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Can someone please explain what "Re-Sleeve" means

mousey Avatar
2y, 4m agoPosted 2 years, 4 months ago
Hi, looking to buy Madagascar 1-3 dvd from Tesco Direct £10 - says Re-Sleeve - does anyone know what this means?
I've never heard of this before. Thanks in advance for any answers!
mousey Avatar
2y, 4m agoPosted 2 years, 4 months ago
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whatsThePoint
its not the original sleeve
Oh thanks, so does that perhaps mean that it might be second hand?
#2
mousey
whatsThePoint
its not the original sleeve
Oh thanks, so does that perhaps mean that it might be second hand?

Not necessarily. I've purchased refurbished goods or items that have been unsealed for display purposes. Not heard the term "Re-Sleeve" used before, sounds like they've either lost the original inlay sleeve and copied it or something. Doubt Tesco would do that though.

I think you're covered by your consumer rights, so if you buy it and it doesn't reach the requirements you should be able to return it for a full refund. But don't quote me on that :)

Hope this helps.
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AcornGuy2012
mousey
whatsThePoint
its not the original sleeve
Oh thanks, so does that perhaps mean that it might be second hand?

Not necessarily. I've purchased refurbished goods or items that have been unsealed for display purposes. Not heard the term "Re-Sleeve" used before, sounds like they've either lost the original inlay sleeve and copied it or something. Doubt Tesco would do that though.
So sorry for delay in reply, just back from 10 days holidays, thanks!
I think you're covered by your consumer rights, so if you buy it and it doesn't reach the requirements you should be able to return it for a full refund. But don't quote me on that :)

Hope this helps.
#4
mousey
AcornGuy2012
mousey
whatsThePoint
its not the original sleeve
Oh thanks, so does that perhaps mean that it might be second hand?

Not necessarily. I've purchased refurbished goods or items that have been unsealed for display purposes. Not heard the term "Re-Sleeve" used before, sounds like they've either lost the original inlay sleeve and copied it or something. Doubt Tesco would do that though.
So sorry for delay in reply, just back from 10 days holidays, thanks!
I think you're covered by your consumer rights, so if you buy it and it doesn't reach the requirements you should be able to return it for a full refund. But don't quote me on that :)

Hope this helps.

I told you not to quote me on that...lol! X)
#5
Thanks, enjoy your week-end!
#6
Thanks, you too! :)

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