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Apple iPhone 7 32gb sim free £599.00 @ John Lewis with 2 year guarantee included

£599.00 @ John Lewis
Thought this was a good deal for anyone who wants to buy an iPhone 7 outright with the security of a 2 year guarantee. Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Thought this was a good deal for anyone who wants to buy an iPhone 7 outright with the security of a 2 year guarantee.
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1 Like #1
This is RRP.
7 Likes #2
2minutenoodles
This is RRP.


Rest In Peace
2 Likes #3
Your spot on there mate but it's the 2 year guarantee I'm trying to make people aware of not saying it's a bargain price wise.
1 Like #4
Our guarantees and what they're worth

Your guide to John Lewis inclusive guarantees

What kind of inclusive guarantees does John Lewis offer on electronics and electricals?
Most manufacturers typically offer a one-year guarantee, but we extend that to 2 years at no extra cost to offer you extra value. Our own brand John Lewis appliances (excluding microwaves) carry a total guarantee of 3 years, because we can be absolutely confident in their quality.
We also offer a 5-year guarantee on televisions – that might be up to 4 years over and above the guarantee offered by the manufacturer. We know we're not the only retailer doing that now, but we were certainly one of the first to offer it, and we offer it on every single television we sell.
Why does John Lewis do this?

We recognise that certain items are what you might call considered purchases, which people may feel a bit nervous about because of the financial outlay and the reliability factor involved. We want to offer you some extra reassurance that you won't incur expensive repair bills in the unlikely event of something going wrong.
What's the small print?
We're covering the product to remain in working order for the life of that guarantee – in other words against manufacturing defect causing breakdown. If the product's used in the prescribed way and it breaks down, our duty is to get the appliance back to working order – and if we can't do that, we'll replace it with the same model, or discuss an alternative with you if that's no longer available.
So repair's the first course of action?
Yes, because it's essentially a repair guarantee – but of course sometimes it's more expedient or economic to actually replace the appliance. If it's something like a washing machine, it's probably less disruptive for an engineer to visit and repair it in situ rather than deliver a new one, whereas you'd probably be willing to return a faulty kettle to store – and we'd nearly always replace something like that.
What happens if you do replace? Does the guarantee start again?
Afraid not in the case of home technology! If you buy your product from us, then we're guaranteeing you'll have a working item for x number of years, so you'll get the remainder of the guarantee if we replace it during that time. For electrical/kitchen appliances though, you get a full guarantee again if the item's replaced.
What doesn't the free guarantee cover?
The main things not covered are damage caused by accidents or misuse. I'm afraid if you spill a glass of water down the back of your TV, you'd need to be looking to your contents insurance to cover that. As long as you've used your appliance for the purpose it's intended for, then we'll repair or replace.
What are guarantees worth in cash?
It's difficult to categorise typical repair bills, but call-out fees tend to be at least £50, then charges for parts and labour on top of that – so the average TV repair bill, for example, is likely to be well over £100.
What happens when the guarantee comes to an end?
If you buy Added Care within 60 days of buying your product, this insures you against future repair bills once the guarantee has expired. It will also safeguard you against accidental damage from day one (excluding large electrical appliances) - worth it if you know you or your family are a bit accident-prone!
So what do I need to do to claim under my guarantee?
Procedures vary depending on the kind of product, because there'll be different arrangements for repair. Just keep the paperwork we give you – including the receipt – somewhere safe, and if you have a problem with your product, follow the instructions, or email
([email protected]) or call John Lewis Technical Support on 0330 123 0106 (call charges will depend on your telephone provider. Please check with your operator for exact charges). The team is available 8am - 9pm weekdays, 8am - 8pm Saturdays, 10am - 6pm Sundays. To help us handle your query promptly, please have your receipt and model number ready.
What if I'm having issues with my new computer?
We offer you access to a helpline when you buy a new desktop, laptop, netbook or tablet computer from us, available to you for
90 days from the date of purchase.
1 Like #5
Halal meat is cruel. Cold.
1 Like #6
Does anyone know if JL will provide a loan mobile phone whilst they're repairing your faulty one under this free 2-year guarantee?

One to thing to bear in mind though, is unlike when you pop into an Apple Store after making an appointment, most of the time they replace a faulty handset on the spot. Granted JL are not charging £130 or whatever AppleCare costs these days for one extra year of warranty.
#7
Heat,
I thought you had to buy from Apple for it be sim free
#8
I know, ridiculous isn't it
3 Likes #9
It's freezing in here. Sticker price so no deal here.
1 Like #10
Not too sure to be honest. I went for this after my daughter's last iPhone developed a problem after 18 months. I could handle being without it for a short time as long as it gets fixed in the long run.
1 Like #11
I don't understand whats wrong with John Lewis 2 year guarantee? so much to read I can't be bothered!
1 Like #12
May be its a good price with 2 year warranty. I would buy something more useful with £599 though, just my personal view.
1 Like #13
Personally I would rather have an android phone but my kids wouldn't be seen dead with one it's an iPhone or nothing.
#14
Plus £3.50 delivery, £2.00 click & collect
#15
When you add to basket then checkout it says click and collect is free, not sure how that is but it worked in my favour.
#16
iz123456789
I don't understand whats wrong with John Lewis 2 year guarantee? so much to read I can't be bothered!

I think it's do with you have basically a 2 year warranty from retailers in the EU anyway, regardless if the manufacturer will only stand by their products for only a year.

Also, the price seems to be the standard full price of the product, unless John Lewis normally change even more for this product normally.

Edited By: androidavis on Nov 13, 2016 19:46
#17
don't we get 3 years warranty by deafault with any iphone products? I remember we should.

In argos its 600 pounds,if you buy before 17th then can get 10 pounds gift card.

heat added :)
#18
It's not as simple as walking into any electrical store and telling them you have a 2 year eu warranty. They will more than likely tell you that this doesn't apply unless you can prove that the defect existed at delivery which could be extremely difficult.
1 Like #19
catherton
Plus £3.50 delivery, £2.00 click & collect
it is free when you spend 600 bones
#20
Apples stores honour the 2 year eu warranty.
1 Like #21
peter72
Personally I would rather have an android phone but my kids wouldn't be seen dead with one it's an iPhone or nothing.


i'd call their bluff and give them the nothing option!!
#22
peter72
It's not as simple as walking into any electrical store and telling them you have a 2 year eu warranty. They will more than likely tell you that this doesn't apply unless you can prove that the defect existed at delivery which could be extremely difficult.

Yeah that's true, many ignorant employees do that and I came across a store manager once who just refused to even discuss the issue as my receipt was over a year.

My point earlier was that John Lewis are just stating an eu thing when they say two year warranty.
#23
No, I believe it is a full two year guarantee in the normal sense. i.e. iPhone is faulty 18 months down the line, take it in-store with proof of purchase and they'll repair or replace it.

JL offer a 3-year guarantee on Apple laptops free of charge, so it's definitely not them just stating an EU regulation or similar.
#24
Buy direct from Apple every time over John Lewis. As previously mentioned Apple do give the same warranty as John Lewis, plus have the added benefit of switching out faulty products on the spot.

Have taken a few products back that have been over 18 months old and have been swapped out without issue or argument. Don't bother with Apple care unless you're clumsy and break stuff a lot.
#25
Heard somewhere on articles 32gb version has cheap/slower spec then other gb versions
#26
fcuk
Heard somewhere on articles 32gb version has cheap/slower spec then other gb versions


Yes, has cheaper flash memory with slower read/write speeds.
#27
jaypr
Buy direct from Apple every time over John Lewis. As previously mentioned Apple do give the same warranty as John Lewis, plus have the added benefit of switching out faulty products on the spot.

Have taken a few products back that have been over 18 months old and have been swapped out without issue or argument. Don't bother with Apple care unless you're clumsy and break stuff a lot.


That's fine if bought from Apple - they're not receptive to iPhones bought from places like EE etc after 12m though and simply ask you to go to the store; though they will fix/swap them within 12m
#28
mus_ne
Halal meat is cruel. Cold.


Where did you get that from meat is meat if yo don't like it you know where the door is or better brome a vegan
#29
misterleoni
jaypr
Buy direct from Apple every time over John Lewis. As previously mentioned Apple do give the same warranty as John Lewis, plus have the added benefit of switching out faulty products on the spot.
Have taken a few products back that have been over 18 months old and have been swapped out without issue or argument. Don't bother with Apple care unless you're clumsy and break stuff a lot.
That's fine if bought from Apple - they're not receptive to iPhones bought from places like EE etc after 12m though and simply ask you to go to the store; though they will fix/swap them within 12m

Thats because consumer law lies with the retailer. Apple will always cover the 12 months but after that if it was bought from EE its up to EE to offer the repair/replacement. At least with Apple they repair/replace stuff there and then for 98% of issues.
#30
jaypr
Buy direct from Apple every time over John Lewis. As previously mentioned Apple do give the same warranty as John Lewis, plus have the added benefit of switching out faulty products on the spot.

Have taken a few products back that have been over 18 months old and have been swapped out without issue or argument. Don't bother with Apple care unless you're clumsy and break stuff a lot.


Thanks for the info but could you please let me know how they match the same guarantee period of 2 years like JW?

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