TOSHIBA EQUIUM M70-337 Recon Laptop 1.7Ghz Pentium mobile cpu £419.99 or much less! - HotUKDeals
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Use price10 discount code to get this delivered for just £377.99

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# Intel Pentium M 735 Processor 1.70GHz
# 400 MHz FSB
# 1 MB Cache
# 512 MB RAM
# 40 GB Hard Drive
# DVD ReWriter SuperMulti Drive
# 15.4" Display
# Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
# 128MB Intel Media Accelerator Graphics
# includes 1 year warranty

THIS IS A REFURBISHED PRODUCT AND COMES WITH A FULL 12 MONTHS WARRANTY
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#1
Hi MikeT,

Think that this is quite a good find. Particularly with the 10% discount coupon and free delivery.

Has anyone bought any reconditioned products from Currys.co.uk at all?. Are they reconditioned to such an extent that they're similar to as-new?.

Don't forget to go through Quidco for 3.5% money-back.

Best Regards.
#2
itxweather , I just got a reconditioned Laptop from currys, thanks to Mike who posted another good deal previously.

I must say i was impressed as the Laptop looks like new , the charger is the only item what showed any signs of use but i am not bothered about that as the Laptop has no scratch marks and its in great condition...you would never know it was reconditioned :thumbsup:
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What is build quality like on the Equium? Looks like a very nice price!
#4
Another one stapped up, but got the packard bell for £314.99 plus quidco....

don't think a bad deal with 80gb hard drive and a gig of ram...also dvd writer and wi-fi....
#5
dogonbike
Another one stapped up, but got the packard bell for £314.99 plus quidco....

don't think a bad deal with 80gb hard drive and a gig of ram...also dvd writer and wi-fi....

Placed an order for one of these as wanted a sub-£400.00 notebook and was supplied with the same machine that you were supplied with by the sound of things. A HP Pavilion DV1448EA by any chance?. Think it's Currys.co.uk stock No. 329565 (although this does not produce any results on their web-site).

A quick search of the part number (via Google as there's no search result via Currys.co.uk) reveals their part No. 217039.

http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/Computing/Laptops/HEWLETT+PACKARD/DV1448EA/217039

Wouldn't be disgruntled if the machine that Currys.co.uk sent was in good condition but it's quite badly cosmetically damaged. Really unhappy.
Think that the Dell Inspiron that was on offer last week was a much better buy but missed out on that.
[mod]#6
Sorry to hear that you were unlucky on both counts MacNewbieInTraining, maybe ask for a substantial discount or just pop into a local curry's and see if you can blag an exchange....did I just say that:roll:
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MikeT
Sorry to hear that you were unlucky on both counts MacNewbieInTraining, maybe ask for a substantial discount or just pop into a local curry's and see if you can blag an exchange....did I just say that:roll:

Hi MikeT, Hmmmm.... Easier said than done (on both accounts I think), first of all I know for a fact that i'll get absolutely nowhere asking for any form of compensation/good-will gesture/discount (even if only a small percentage) and secondly I do not think that a local store would even entertain an exchange due to the fact that the delivery label and invoice do not reference to the HP Pavilion that Currys.co.uk decided to supply as opposed to an Equium M70 that they were paid for.

Really dislike DSGi in instances like this. E-mailed and wrote to them by Recorded Delivery (am anti-0870) am not hopeful that they will respond favourably.

Should've kept clear of the offer as DSGi are not the best where customer services are concerned in my experience. A nightmare in fact.

Kind Regards.
#8
You have a statutory right to return under the Distance Selling Regs, and a contractual right to return if the goods are different from those ordered.
#9
FF99
You have a statutory right to return under the Distance Selling Regs, and a contractual right to return if the goods are different from those ordered.


Hi FF99,

Thank you for the info'. Much appreciated. Really dislike DSGi company ethics and customer services where complaints are concerned. Would've returned to a local store but did not want to go through the hassle of explaining that i'd been supplied with a substitute. E-mails sent to customer services ignored 24-hours after initially contacting them. No doubt the Recorded Delivery letter won't be acted upon promptly (if at all) either :-(.

Do they seriously think that customers are happy to accept cosmetically damaged kit?.

Kind Regards.

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