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We bought one of these for my sons christmas present but the battery has only just gone flat on it but it won't recharge again - do you think we can still take it back for an exchange (not sure they s…
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
We bought one of these for my sons christmas present but the battery has only just gone flat on it but it won't recharge again - do you think we can still take it back for an exchange (not sure they still sell them)?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/281768/halfords-mini-racer-bike-halfords-w/showthread.php?t=281768&page=2
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
yes, I wonder that too about myself lol
#2
Basically was looking for the advice rather than just knowing if Halfords would exchange, i.e. are they obligated (am sure the random assistant wouldn't let me know even if they were!). So sorry to have bothered you Badass!
#3
dcx_badass
Surely halfords would know if they'll take it back more than the people on hotukdeals, sometimes I wonder how some people survive....


They will likely exchange it.
#4
dcx_badass
Surely halfords would know if they'll take it back more than the people on hotukdeals, sometimes I wonder how some people survive....
The last time I made a similar comment I was slapped down with some pretty foul language by some moron. But I agree, why ask us when you can pick up the phone and ask the people who can tell you?

In answer to the question (in case the person in question doesn't have a phone), the Sale of Good Act states that the item sold must be fit for purpose. If it cost a couple of quid, then you can't expect much. If you paid a substantial amount, then you have the right to expect a higher degree of quality.
#5
If you want an exchange they give you an exchange if they got them,if not you get a refund. Nuisance when things go wrong.
#6
Afterburner
The last time I made a similar comment I was slapped down with some pretty foul language by some moron. But I agree, why ask us when you can pick up the phone and ask the people who can tell you?

In answer to the question (in case the person in question doesn't have a phone), the Sale of Good Act states that the item sold must be fit for purpose. If it cost a couple of quid, then you can't expect much. If you paid a substantial amount, then you have the right to expect a higher degree of quality.


Thank you. I will try not to ask any more questions on HUKD.
#7
Mum2Connor&Cerys
If you want an exchange they give you an exchange if they got them,if not you get a refund. Nuisance when things go wrong.


It will be a real shame if they can't exchange as it's a much loved toy and we got it at a reduced price. I will try calling them when my phone is up and running!
#8
fruityloops
Thank you. I will try not to ask any more questions on HUKD.
There's always one.

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