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FS: BRAND NEW LOGITECH X540 SPEAKERS

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months agoFeedback:8 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I bought a set from Dell for £57 and they were faulty so I ordered a replacement, in that time I managed to fix the faulty pair (just a simple wiring problem) and so had a spare one.

Unfortunately, my term for University started so didn't/couldn't return them, now looking to sell this pair for same as I paid for them

Not sure how much a courier is but that will be added to the price, or collection from Reading area.

Will upload pictures in a couple of hours
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months agoFeedback:8 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
So you're trying to flog something with no guarantee for the same price someone could buy them from Dell? Plus whover is nuts enough to buy them will also have to pay for postage.
Good luck.
#2
Logitech give everything a 2 year warranty with all their products and have one of the best Customer Services I have dealt with. Furthermore, Dell don't sell them anymore, and next best from a reputable seller online is around £90.

So in short, do one.
#3
qg2
Logitech give everything a 2 year warranty with all their products and have one of the best Customer Services I have dealt with. Furthermore, Dell don't sell them anymore, and next best from a reputable seller online is around £90.

So in short, do one.


Yeah, I wouldn't be so rude if I were you...

They're currently £72 at ebuyer... I'd say they're reputable enough...
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tomwatts
qg2
Logitech give everything a 2 year warranty with all their products and have one of the best Customer Services I have dealt with. Furthermore, Dell don't sell them anymore, and next best from a reputable seller online is around £90.

So in short, do one.


Yeah, I wouldn't be so rude if I were you...

They're currently £72 at ebuyer... I'd say they're reputable enough...


Checked Kelkoo and they didn't have that so apologies for missing out on that. But my price would still work out to about £10-15 off.

Don't see the point in a reply like his to try and ward off potential buyers, trying to threadspoil hence the hasty reply.


Edited By: qg2 on Feb 24, 2011 16:38
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