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FULL HD 1080P 37" LCD - ONLY £649.00

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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
1st post so apologies if this goes wrong! For a full HD screen this seems a cracking price for an allbeit budget model! Who cares!

May require the code P00093.

Also have 40" screens for £799!!
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#1
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Wouldn't touch them with a bargepole.

Besides, it's an unbranded 37" 1080P TV for the price of a top brand one - you can get Sharp and Toshiba (etc) 1080P highly rated sets for that price.. No thanks!

If it was £450 and being sold by a REPUTABLE company, then maybe!
#3
Oh dear, what a start to the forum, I seem to have offered up a turd!
#4
Nevermind, welcome to the forum anyway:thumbsup:

I tought this Hitachi 37" 1080p model posted earlier was a cracking buy.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/129820/hitachi-l37v01u-37-widescreen-lcd-t/all/all/hot/
#5
AW36OME
Oh dear, what a start to the forum, I seem to have offered up a turd!


Don't worry about it!

We've probably all posted a turd at some time or other! (not literally of course!!!) :whistling:

Typing TimeUk is a bit like typing c*nts on sharp consumer websites like this!!
#6
Time/Tiny UK were bought out by Savastore aka Watford when they went bust. Apparently the Time people are running Evesham for the administrators. I just gota 22" Viewsonic TFT off them for £119 in a tread a few days ago. Some of the T&C's looked well dodgy (i.e 20% restocking fee etc thats ilegal), But I got the monitor and it was fine
#7
the 20% restocking fee is not illegal as this only applies after 7 days :)

"If you wish to return non-faulty goods after 7 days, this can be done at our discretion and in accordance with our returns policy after first obtaining an RMA number from Customer Services. There will be carriage costs plus a restocking charge of 20% for returning such goods"
#8
This is from TIME UK. Don't even think about ordering. They have gone out of business at least 3 times so far, so warranties are useless.

You can get 1080p TV’s from the likes of Hitachi, Toshiba Philips, Samsung, etc... for the same or less and they have a much better specification. This TV is an unnamed make and as such I would steer well clear of it for that price.
#9
deanos;1413434
the 20% restocking fee is not illegal as this only applies after 7 days :)

"If you wish to return non-faulty goods after 7 days, this can be done at our discretion and in accordance with our returns policy after first obtaining an RMA number from Customer Services. There will be carriage costs plus a restocking charge of 20% for returning such goods"

It's going back a bit, but my cousin got a PC bundle from them and the printer was cream crackered. She emailed them the day she got it, waited 3 days without reply so phoned and phoned... and phoned. Eventually she got so ragged off the decided to send the full lot back so asked for the return code which took over a week to come through.

THEN they decided she had to pay the 20% fee.

Time et al have some real bargains on the face of it but most people I know just aren't willing to take a risk on these lot!
#10
in that case it is illegal, they can only imply fees after 7 days if you return because you have changed your mind

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