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Purchasing a phone from gearbest £150.... Is it the unregistered air mail the one to chose to th uk ? there will be one that taxes have to be paid . advice would be appreciated.. thanks Read More
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4m, 2w agoPosted 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Purchasing a phone from gearbest £150.... Is it the unregistered air mail the one to chose to th uk ? there will be one that taxes have to be paid . advice would be appreciated.. thanks
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4m, 2w agoPosted 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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go for free shipping, last 2 or 3 items I've had off them have taken between 8-15 days,
as others have said it can take up to 5-6 weeks, I have never wanted longer than 4. I've had 15+ tablets/phones/android boxes from them.
if you want it really quick look elsewhere but the amount I've saved its worth it.
I've never paid customs.

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#1
Good luck with that. I'm still waiting for an item ordered on 3rd December. Paid a bit more for registered air mail and still not arrived. I will not be using them again, they are only a dropshipper with poor service
#2
You can only hope to minimise the possibility of a package not being pulled for import fees. Can't recall all the shipping options Gearbest offer. Previous posters suggest "British Express" didn't attract fees, but certainly UPS / DHL / other big-name couriers tend to respect import fees onligations.
#3
Fozzy1957
Good luck with that. I'm still waiting for an item ordered on 3rd December. Paid a bit more for registered air mail and still not arrived. I will not be using them again, they are only a dropshipper with poor service

It'll be slower with the Christmas period. It can take anywhere between 2-6 weeks from my experience.

Edited By: rev6 on Jan 02, 2017 13:28
#4
I GOT A PHONE 6 MONTHS AGO AND THEY SAID NO CUSTOMS CHARGE BUT WHEN ARRIVED I HAD TO PAY£25 CHARGE AND THAT WAS ONLY BECAUSE THEY MARKED ITEMS IN BAG AS ONLY BEING WORTH £75 AND NOT THE PHONE WHICH WAS £260 SO GOOD LUCK
#5
i opened a case with my bank after 28 days, was told be here in 10
what people don't know is that that site is a front for many factory's in china
and they only send when the item is deemed in stock.
i did in fact get the item 39 days later, but already got money back from bank
#6
AndyRoyd
You can only hope to minimise the possibility of a package not being pulled for import fees. Can't recall all the shipping options Gearbest offer. Previous posters suggest "British Express" didn't attract fees, but certainly UPS / DHL / other big-name couriers tend to respect import fees onligations.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v281/kiltylyn/8th%20feb/th_postage.jpg
#7
go for free shipping, last 2 or 3 items I've had off them have taken between 8-15 days,
as others have said it can take up to 5-6 weeks, I have never wanted longer than 4. I've had 15+ tablets/phones/android boxes from them.
if you want it really quick look elsewhere but the amount I've saved its worth it.
I've never paid customs.
#8
Fozzy1957
Good luck with that. I'm still waiting for an item ordered on 3rd December. Paid a bit more for registered air mail and still not arrived. I will not be using them again, they are only a dropshipper with poor service
Dont know why im buying again ... First ordered this phone 3 rd November ... No phone came .... numerous emails sent , eventually refunded other day . Now ive reordered with an apology and £15.00 discount code...Will be paying via credit card as did first purchase . Had to send them ,copy of driving licence , utility bill and copy of credit card so they could see my name ( i deleted the card number ) . Such an awful experience for my meant to be Christmas present.. Here I am again , its still the cheapest online for the model im after...or else I would buy elsewhere ..
#9
Funny to see all these bad reviews. I'm a drone/ quadcopter guy who builds his own and I've placed around 150 orders with these guys. Never paid imports duty or anything like that. Had a few turn up later than expected but apart from that been smooth sailing
#10
In my view people buying off this firm get what they deserve. I hope you do pay duty.
#11
alcurtis93
Funny to see all these bad reviews. I'm a drone/ quadcopter guy who builds his own and I've placed around 150 orders with these guys. Never paid imports duty or anything like that. Had a few turn up later than expected but apart from that been smooth sailing
agree ive read a lot of good also..
#12
Don't buy from Gearbest unless it is less than a tenner, the GUARANTEE IS WORTHLESS!
I bought a fanless i3 computer for what I thought was a great price but when the motherboard failed after a month they wanted more to repair it than it cost. £110 down the drain. Thanks you robbing barstewards!!!
#13
Why can't we like comments here!!?? Plus who's the *God* to say what the *best answer* is?
Christ hukdeals is going down the pan too with all it's BS and edited referral inks oO
PS Happy 2017 to all the honest folks around :p
#14
justanotherpunter
Don't buy from Gearbest unless it is less than a tenner, the GUARANTEE IS WORTHLESS!
I bought a fanless i3 computer for what I thought was a great price but when the motherboard failed after a month they wanted more to repair it than it cost. £110 down the drain. Thanks you robbing barstewards!!!
£110? Presumably you paid with a credit card to gain the possibility of Section 75 protection?
#15
lyngeorge
AndyRoyd
You can only hope to minimise the possibility of a package not being pulled for import fees. Can't recall all the shipping options Gearbest offer. Previous posters suggest "British Express" didn't attract fees, but certainly UPS / DHL / other big-name couriers tend to respect import fees onligations.
http://smg.photobucket.com/user/kiltylyn/media/8th%20feb/postage.jpg.html
Not much of a choice, but the expedited shipping option is probably the most likely to be pulled.
#16
AndyRoyd
lyngeorge
AndyRoyd
You can only hope to minimise the possibility of a package not being pulled for import fees. Can't recall all the shipping options Gearbest offer. Previous posters suggest "British Express" didn't attract fees, but certainly UPS / DHL / other big-name couriers tend to respect import fees onligations.
http://smg.photobucket.com/user/kiltylyn/media/8th%20feb/postage.jpg.html
Not much of a choice, but the expedited shipping option is probably the most likely to be pulled.
yes i agree

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