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All eGlobal Central Deals, Discounts & Sales for January 2018

Canon 6D mark II  @ eglobal central - £1079
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Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
Another price drop! Does anyone received their 6D mark II from eglobalcentral so could give some feedback their order. Amazon is the cheapest currently at £1623 so I think grey im… Read more

Bought 2 phones from eGlobal. Both arrived fine, no extra VAT duties etc. There were 2 year warranties (LG phone) with both. One went faulty after 14 months and instead of replacing/repairing for free they only gave a reduced amount for the phone...it was initially £160 and they gave me a £120 voucher, which wasn't exactly ideal so proceed with some caution.

Nice deal.
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missy8914 h, 54 m ago

I’m not sure about eglobal central but I ordered my 5D Mark IV with 2 …I’m not sure about eglobal central but I ordered my 5D Mark IV with 24-105mm f/4L lens for £2600 from Panamoz following a load of research and reviews. I ordered on a Sunday night and it was with me Wednesday morning tracked with UPS. I have a full 3yr UK warranty and all import duties were paid by Panamoz (my box was correctly declared too whereas I’ve seen some declared as low value items)From a quick search I can see they’re selling Canon EOS 6D Mark II with the EF 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 lens for £1510 if you wanted good value and peace of mind


Like missy89, I've had amazing service from Panamoz (5DSr + 24-105 f4L + 16-35 f4L). Also purchased from eGlobal couple of times and had no issues.

Cheap_as_Chimps55 m ago

Shoes?! You don't know you're born. I'd go bare foot and spend it on food …Shoes?! You don't know you're born. I'd go bare foot and spend it on food to power my walk!


You had food? You were lucky! We walked hundred and fifty miles a day on two pieces of cardboard and some pink tissue paper. Our dad ( 'e was thrifty like) told us they were wholemeal bread and ham sandwiches.

mcsalty12 h, 30 m ago

A grand on a car?! I’d rather walk for free. Would buy a 100 pairs of d …A grand on a car?! I’d rather walk for free. Would buy a 100 pairs of discounted shoes instead.



Shoes?! You don't know you're born. I'd go bare foot and spend it on food to power my walk!
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HTC Desire 10 Pro D10i 64GB 4GB 20MP Cam - £155.99 delivered from eglobalcentral
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Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
A mid-range phone with a good camera - this seems to tick all the boxes and comes in cheaper than its competitors for a phone with plenty of on-board storage and a decent processor… Read more
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Is this based in China etc? Any risk of import charge etc? Thanks

how long will last this deals?....on this phone for example?

not everyone would appreciate GPU Mali-T860MP2
but good finding tho!

2% quidco as well. Been looking at 2nd hand S6's on Ebay and most going at this price even though, scratched screens and well used. Decided after reading a couple of reviews this is a better option for me. Thanks OP

Tip:
I added this to my basket and proceeded to the checkout page. At that point I clicked on another part of the site to check where this phone would actually be sent from.
I got a popup asking if I really wanted to leave (the checkout page). When I clicked yes, I got an immediate offer of another £5 off.

Might be worth a shot!
Now £898.99 Was: £1,033.99  Microsoft Surface Pro (2017) i5 256GB 8GB Ram with Free Shipping @ Eglobal central
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Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
The Microsoft Surface Pro 2017 FJY-00001 comes with 8GB of RAM, 256GB SSD, and an Intel Kaby Lake i5 processor. Powered by Windows 10, the Surface Pro turns from a tablet into a fu… Read more
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eGlobal - the 'Marmite' of Hong Kong suppliers. Purchased a number of items and never had a problem. But as they say in America: YMMV (Your Mileage May Vary)

E Global Central. No.

I went through this when I was getting my surface. I just couldn't take the risk at that kind of money. In the end I got a refurbished one from argos. No problems.

No way - you'd be mad to spend this sort of cash with eglobal !

Eglobal central has a horrendous rep for some, others say they have no issues. I would err on safety first on such a large purchase.
samsung gear s3 frontier - £225.99 @ eGlobal Central
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Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
samsung gear s3 frontier for £225.99 at eglobal central. cheapest i can find online so thought to share. first post so i hope iv done this right :D

Saw this last week and seemed to good to be true since it's back upto 350 elsewhere so did a quick Google and yeah as people say, avoid. For a start eglobaluk is based out of China.

Horrible company. I placed an order two weeks ago. The status is still showing as processing. Sent them three emails but they have not responded. Have notified PayPal. Steer away.

Another frontier deal.

Another price above 200 quid.

mrew426 m ago

Just wait til it goes wrong.......


Yeah. I appreciate that however I can only comment on my dealings thus far and so far I can't complain.

davy10heads37 m ago

Have bought twice before from eglobal...dji spark and s3 frontier both …Have bought twice before from eglobal...dji spark and s3 frontier both times no issues. Giving some love for this deal.


Just wait til it goes wrong.......
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Sony WI-1000X Noise Cancelling Earphones- eGlobal £170.09 (£5 Code HOLIDAY) inc insured shipping - £260 JL and Amazon
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Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Been needing a new set of noise cancelling earphones since my last set died. Was waiting for a price drop back to £233 on Amazon, however saw this and couldn't resist. Even thoug… Read more

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davening16 m ago

This is out of my budget. I saw a Xiaomi noise cancelling in ear …This is out of my budget. I saw a Xiaomi noise cancelling in ear headphones at 35 to 50 quid a few days ago. I am not sure if it was the recently released ones.Any comments?I have a friend who tests or checks jumbo jet engines. Would NC headphones work?



I think ear defenders are needed for jumbo engines.

I'm on the underground and transport a lot, so these are best for me.

I've found for some of the cheaper NC earphones, the NC refers to the Mic (making calls), and not ambient noise for your ears. Sent back a pair of Anker's from Amazon as a deal of the day.

I had the Phiaton BT 220 NC, which were great NC earphones, but the build quality was awful, luckily I took the warranty on those, so it's helping to pay for these ones now.

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andersonchenghy9 m ago

Is there warranty for this?



They have a 1 year standard warranty, not sure how that'll work in the UK.

So I bought the extra cover for £16 just in case, that gives a total of 3 years cover.

Is there warranty for this?

This is out of my budget. I saw a Xiaomi noise cancelling in ear headphones at 35 to 50 quid a few days ago. I am not sure if it was the recently released ones.
Any comments?
I have a friend who tests or checks jumbo jet engines. Would NC headphones work?
Google Pixel XL 128GB for £433! (Possibly £423)  - Brand NEW Unlocked - Eglobal Central
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Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Google Pixel XL 128GB for £433! (Possibly £423) Use code JBUY599 for another £5.99 discount from the listed price. Possibly another £10 off through their reward scheme! Not a … Read more
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smr14 h, 25 m ago

Strange they don't mention this on their website? Usually PRC based …Strange they don't mention this on their website? Usually PRC based sellers that post from in the UK make it clear on their webpages as buyers would prefer this.


The iPad I bought recently was posted from in the UK

waynehardy19 h, 15 m ago

Just bought the wife an iPad from eglobal, and no issues at all. Posted …Just bought the wife an iPad from eglobal, and no issues at all. Posted from within the UK so no import tax to pay and warranty is with apple via their excellent stores. Would imagine that Google would honour warranty on this too. Buy with a credit card so that any worries about non delivery/ not working on delivery are allayed


Strange they don't mention this on their website? Usually PRC based sellers that post from in the UK make it clear on their webpages as buyers would prefer this.

I thought you couldn't post "deals" from e global central.

I have this phone, paid more via cex as new 128gb. Best handset I've owned, had a Sammy s8 but the screen was over saturated with colour and didn't like it's curves. We'll worth the price. Hot.

morpheus11 h, 28 m ago

Sorry but it is you who needs to get your facts right....“Warranties or o …Sorry but it is you who needs to get your facts right....“Warranties or only valid and enforceable in the locations where the device is purchased.”Apology accepted!


If anything went wrong with the phone and you later found out you weren't covered by warranty as long as you pay by credit card you'd have a very good chance the credit card company would have your back, as the site is. Co.uk and you could argue that you were misled and thought you were buying with a UK company and would have a normal warranty. Limitations act 1980 makes a credit card company liable in consumer contacts under s75 joint liability - consumer credit act 1974 for up to six years. I've argued this successfully, with a Samsung tablet from a similar .co.uk none UK company.
Apple iPad 9.7" (2017) 32GB Wifi - GOLD £238.99 with code @ EGlobalCentral
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31/01/2018Expires on 31/01/2018Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Have been looking and best price i can find for a new 2017 iPad. Use Coupon "JBUY599" at Checkout for a further £5.99 off the sale price ( £243.99 without code). And also cashback… Read more

Ordered! What a great price.

MoshP8620th Jan

Ordered on Wednesday but still saying processing, should I be contacting …Ordered on Wednesday but still saying processing, should I be contacting them?


I'd suggest not. If you've not had any update by, say, Wednesday next week perhaps follow up on the status at that point, but you needn't be overly concerned.

Im still waiting for confirmation of dispatch ,so all i have is the processing email,
Clever me ,i placed an order without registering with them , i have an invoice ,and paypal shows the payment has cleared ..
Trouble is now i have registered with eglobal using the same email that i did make the purchase ,there is no item showing as linked to the account :s

Ordered on Wednesday but still saying processing, should I be contacting them?
iPhone X Silver/Grey- 64GB £829.99 / 256GB £949.99 - eGlobal Central UK
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Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Price on this site dropping every day, was £860 a few days ago! Ships from HK and has ok reviews on TrustPilot, but from comments on this site from people who use the site regular… Read more

Has anyone actually ordered this? Seems to good to be true?

dave8019 h, 34 m ago

That seems like something regulations should restrict them from doing. Why …That seems like something regulations should restrict them from doing. Why should it matter which retailer sold the phone? It still came from Apple.



There is, as long as you buy in the EU you’re covered anywhere in the EU (for now).

All the large manufacturers have regional companies, hence why there is an Apple U.K. and a Samsung UK which are both subsidiaries of their respective European business.

As it stands,if you want to buy from the HK subsidiary then you must also expect to use the HK subsidiary for warranty purposes.

dave8027 m ago

That seems like something regulations should restrict them from doing. Why …That seems like something regulations should restrict them from doing. Why should it matter which retailer sold the phone? It still came from Apple.



Sadly not . We all know most phones ,laptops , in fact most electronic stuff is made in China . However if they are not subject to Apples/ Samsungs /LGs etc quality control and batch testing ,then sold by an official authorised distributer there will be no manufacturer warranty . Not just Apple the same goes for all the major brands probably even the Chinese brands that I can neither spell nor pronounce .
Edited by: "rogparki" 15th Jan

rogparki6 h, 33 m ago

To clear up the warranty miscomprehension - Apple like Samsung , LG and …To clear up the warranty miscomprehension - Apple like Samsung , LG and all the Global brands offer a global warranty (with some exlusions) - but ONLY if originally bought from an " Authorised Dealer " . If not bought from an authorised dealer there will be no warranty.Just click on the website of the brand of your choice, then click on authorised dealers to find out if the seller is an Authorised dealer, hence if you will have any warranty .


That seems like something regulations should restrict them from doing. Why should it matter which retailer sold the phone? It still came from Apple.

rogparki7 m ago

To clear up the warranty miscomprehension - Apple like Samsung , LG and …To clear up the warranty miscomprehension - Apple like Samsung , LG and all the Global brands offer a global warranty (with some exlusions) - but ONLY if originally bought from an " Authorised Dealer " . If not bought from an authorised dealer there will be no warranty.Just click on the website of the brand of your choice, then click on authorised dealers to find out if the seller is an Authorised dealer, hence if you will have any warranty .


Apple may restrict warranty service for iPhone and iPad to the country where Apple or its Authorized Distributors originally sold the device.
Taken from Apple.com.
LG V30+ H930DS Dual Sim 128GB SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Cloud Silver £545.99 @ Eglobal
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Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
DONT FORGET 2.1% TOPCASHBACK Sturdy and Seamless Behold the bezel-less beauty. With its seamless curves and balanced 2:1 ratio, the LG V30+ gives you full immersion while still f… Read more

chriskrt13th Jan

Will be around 400 in 6-8 weeks


Doubt that quickly but hopefully in around 3 months. £400 is my trigger pushing price on one.

Jacek_Gauden14th Jan

Fantastic company. Bought my v30+of them, after waiting 28 days for …Fantastic company. Bought my v30+of them, after waiting 28 days for eGlobal. Came in 5 days including weekend. Just strongly avoid eGlobal. They listening items which are not in stock.


Never had a single problem with eglobal, web page usually states in stock or not. Had stuff land from Hong Kong in 3 days from em!

silverblueray14th Jan

Don't trust LG with updates


Seriously? They seem to support most models for a couple of years the same as Samsung, Sony etc.

Is it worth swapping my s8 for a v30? I really like the idea of a wide angle lens camera.

kcspurs9 h, 28 m ago

Has anyone found a good screen protector for the LG V30



Doesnt exist - gone through a few of them and all produce the rainbow affect sadly which is ironic as rainbows should come after the tears/rain fall!

Cant be said enough, truly a gorgeous phone - its phones like this that take away any credibility Apple have about removing earphone jack - LG fitted a DAC chip just for audio and the phone is incredibly slim
iPhone X 64gb Brand New - £857.99 using code @ eGlobal Central (£869.99 before code)
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Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Use code SKI to get £12 off list price, taking this to £857.99. I ordered last week and my item has now been despatched, expecting to receive tomorrow. Note that this seller has… Read more
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Smadmad10 m ago

Well they may check. £800 is a bit of a risk


Less risk than buying on Gumtree or eBay Believe me! But for all those who are afraid of anything and want all warranties and guaranties - Apple Store best choice.
Edited by: "Rimi" 15th Jan

Rimi5 m ago

Nah, I never had any problems as Apple, never checks that. They might, but …Nah, I never had any problems as Apple, never checks that. They might, but they don't .Best company when comes to warranty or service.


Well they may check. £800 is a bit of a risk

Smadmad18 m ago

[Image] You can Google it to. The only country eligible for international …[Image] You can Google it to. The only country eligible for international warranty is India they can buy from other countries. You got lucky with your claims


Nah, I never had any problems as Apple, never checks that. They might, but they don't .Best company when comes to warranty or service.

Rimi6 m ago

Screenshot please.I had 2 iPhones bought in Malaysia repaired here in the …Screenshot please.I had 2 iPhones bought in Malaysia repaired here in the UK within warranty and one from USA too. No problems at all.


33069764-xf0rI.jpgYou can Google it to. The only country eligible for international warranty is India they can buy from other countries. You got lucky with your claims

Smadmad32 m ago

Sorry you are wrong. Apple's international warranty doesn't cover iPhones …Sorry you are wrong. Apple's international warranty doesn't cover iPhones says so on the apple website


Screenshot please.
I had 2 iPhones bought in Malaysia repaired here in the UK within warranty and one from USA too. No problems at all.
Moto Z2 Play XT1710 Dual sim 64GB SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - £282 @ eGlobal Central
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Get the INSTANT POLAROID MOD for Moto Z Phones! Take pics and share the polaroid! All-day battery,* 15W turbopower ™ charging, and an advanced rear camera with dual autofocus pix… Read more
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GeordieAffy201411th Jan

Moto Z battery is probably the worste in a smartphone however the Moto Z …Moto Z battery is probably the worste in a smartphone however the Moto Z Play is amazing.


I have no idea what you guys are on but I'm easily getting 4hrs of screen on time on my 1st gen Moto Z and I always have mobile data, wifi, gps, Bluetooth and other stuff on. Also I never skimp on display brightness and take plenty of pics/vids, phone calls, emails and other work related stuff.

I've used phones with 3000+ mAh batteries that had worse battery life and much lower screen resolution. I think Moto's software is nicely optimised and considering phone's spec the battery life is more than good enough.
Edited by: "Gagao" 13th Jan

polly6923 h, 16 m ago

I have the 1st gen MotoZ and its 9 months old and the battery is pants im …I have the 1st gen MotoZ and its 9 months old and the battery is pants im not a heavy user and im now trying to get it sorted with motorola. Heres mome pictures of the better battery, yesterday phone froze at 60% had to hold power down for 20 seconds to force a reboot and when it came back on battery was 3%[Image] Heres the best after following Motorola's instructions to reset the battery. Phone was off charge for 13 minutes sitting on the table and it lost 7% battery, so the phone with just those 3 things running from fully charged to dead 3 hours. Its all over the net about a battery drain issue on the MotoZ after a update. Its the worst phone iver ever had it freezes all the time and battery runs flat not doing anything in just a few hours.[Image]


Moto Z battery is probably the worste in a smartphone however the Moto Z Play is amazing.

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jasee9 h, 4 m ago

I've always fancied …I've always fancied thishttps://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/moto-mods-hasselblad-4116-true-zoom-10x-optical-zoom-camera-black.html?Only £149,99Fortunately I don't have a Z Motorola.A Hasselblad lense on a phone! Ridiculous really, but how cool is that


That's what I thought when I saw the mods, hassleblad, Polaroid, they wouldn't team up with Motorola if their phones were rubbish.

I've always fancied this

eglobalcentral.co.uk/mot…tml


Only £149,99

Fortunately I don't have a Z Motorola.

A Hasselblad lense on a phone! Ridiculous really, but how cool is that

polly692 h, 20 m ago

I have the 1st gen MotoZ and its 9 months old and the battery is pants im …I have the 1st gen MotoZ and its 9 months old and the battery is pants im not a heavy user and im now trying to get it sorted with motorola. Heres mome pictures of the better battery, yesterday phone froze at 60% had to hold power down for 20 seconds to force a reboot and when it came back on battery was 3%[Image] Heres the best after following Motorola's instructions to reset the battery. Phone was off charge for 13 minutes sitting on the table and it lost 7% battery, so the phone with just those 3 things running from fully charged to dead 3 hours. Its all over the net about a battery drain issue on the MotoZ after a update. Its the worst phone iver ever had it freezes all the time and battery runs flat not doing anything in just a few hours.[Image]


The battery on my Z Play is at 70% after 23 hours. I charge it every 2-3 days.
HTC U Ultra 64GB (Unlocked) - SnapDragon 821, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage, 5.7" Screen, 16MP and 12MP Cameras  @ E-Global Central UK - £225.99
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Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
Saw this and seems a bit of a bargain, it you fancy a near to flagship 2017 specced mobile but without the £600+ price tag! The phone came in for some criticism when launched, as … Read more

rdrp7 h, 12 m ago

Which country charger did you get from Eglobal? EU, UK or chinese plug? …Which country charger did you get from Eglobal? EU, UK or chinese plug? Also did you get over the air updates to Android and what is the latest security patch date?Thanks in advance.


Eglobal was a EU plug, the other handset came with a UK plug.

Both handsets allowed me to update several times and I'm on security level patch 1st October 2017.

StoneyWales9th Jan

Yes both phones I ordered, from separate sellers, arrived with the …Yes both phones I ordered, from separate sellers, arrived with the headphones and plastic rear cover.I paid £196 and £212 respectively. Placed them on my Barclay gadget insurance as well.Although I admit, I would have preferred to have a UK warranty as well. Its the trade off I suppose of buying cheaper isn't it.


Which country charger did you get from Eglobal? EU, UK or chinese plug? Also did you get over the air updates to Android and what is the latest security patch date?

Thanks in advance.
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zoopakev12 h, 59 m ago

I bought this from E-Global the other day and its currently processing, …I bought this from E-Global the other day and its currently processing, just looked about and found it for the same amount on a site called toby Deals, never heard of it personally, but might entice some that dont like E-Globalhttps://www.tobydeals.com/en_GB/product/htc-u-ultra-64gb-4g-dual-sim-sim-free-unlocked-black.html?utm_source=affiliate-window&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=Affiliate_Window_Sale&awc=6249_1515609278_b3daaebe3bab388301e3eec3a7f1f71f


I am sure I remember someone on here saying Toby Deals is E-Global, and that might explain
the exact same pricing.

Unfortunately after doing a Google search, I can't find anything to confirm this.

Also had my last import phone (LG G4) on my NatWest account insurance. The motherboard failed and I got a UK model as a replacement with no hassle.

yorkie129th Jan

For a big saving it's perhaps worth the risk.


I'm still deciding on whether to bother getting a new phone, but for the price and having made a previous successful bargain purchase from them, I'd take the risk personally.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Midnight Black G950FD 4G 64GB Dual Sim Free / Unlocked FREE Delivery - £475.99 @ eGlobal Central
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Rimi5 h, 49 m ago

Nah, it is cold , because you can have for same price(or even cheaper) …Nah, it is cold , because you can have for same price(or even cheaper) from Amazon Italy, with 24 months warranty.


Do you have a link to this great deal?

Robbo114 h, 32 m ago

I think that statement sums up buying from eGlobal perfectly and why this …I think that statement sums up buying from eGlobal perfectly and why this deal is freezing cold.


Nah, it is cold , because you can have for same price(or even cheaper) from Amazon Italy, with 24 months warranty.

Rimi5th Jan

This is not for all those who after all warranties and guarantees, as you …This is not for all those who after all warranties and guarantees, as you have none.


I think that statement sums up buying from eGlobal perfectly and why this deal is freezing cold.

I see all the typical comments have arrived lol

This is not for all those who after all warranties and guarantees, as you have none. And price is bit steep for today...
Personally, bought many goods form eGlobal for over £5000 in few years and never ever had any problem with delivery or product quality.
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Macbook Air Mid 2017 128GB SSD 8GB Ram i5 £629.99 @ eglobalcentral
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Garble5th Jan

All of the things you mentioned are non-issues to savvy or non savvy …All of the things you mentioned are non-issues to savvy or non savvy persons. I'm not sure why you have a vendetta against this company TBH:-Chinese seller - so what? Incase you didn't realise it pretty much most consumer electronics are manufactured in China so technically most UK consumer electronics retailers are nothing but Chinese proxies.-Rarely have stock in "European Warehouses" - totally unfounded comment here. Tantamount to slander.-No warranty - there is warranty.-Little chance of returning - there is a return procedure.-VAT and Import Duties - there are none!-Risks involved - what exactly are they, maybe you can clarify?



Well said, without doubt there is a witch hunt on the site against this company I have been waiting for 7 working days for a phone I ordered but am fully aware that it takes time to get here. The people who complain seem to be happy to pay the extras for UK sourced items. Good luck to them...

shakerstevens12 h, 48 m ago

I know you've never been asked for proof of purchase but Apple will be …I know you've never been asked for proof of purchase but Apple will be able to track from the serial number part of the supply chain that it went through, certainly the distributor and country Apple sold it to at the start of the supply chain.They will also be able to track the age of the device with the serial number. If they believe it to be outside the 12 months warranty then they would need your proof of purchase to see the date the reseller/retailer sold it to you. This proof of purchase would then highlight the name of that company, which if not an Apple authorised reseller would probably cause problems. (although we know Apple are quite relaxed about this, and also relaxed about the warranty term, often fixing items beyond 13 months old without extended warranty/AppleCare but its at their descretion)


I know they can see the age of the device and country... But if the device is covered by a global warranty, it being from a different country would be irrelevant.

They would never know the specific retailer without seeing a receipt or equivalent and find it very difficult to believe they would request proof of purchase at the Apple Store. As busy as they are if the device is still within warranty they won't bother doing any other extra checks in 99% of the cases. If they do, just go to a different one or see a different "genius". That's my advice

You can check for yourself online with the serial number before you go to the Apple store if the warranty is still there so you're prepared.
Edited by: "hearts22" 13th Jan

From who? Baltic cold.

hearts224th Jan

Anyway Apple's warranty goes by the serial number and I have never been …Anyway Apple's warranty goes by the serial number and I have never been asked for a proof of purchase? How would they know it was sold by an unauthorised reseller?


I know you've never been asked for proof of purchase but Apple will be able to track from the serial number part of the supply chain that it went through, certainly the distributor and country Apple sold it to at the start of the supply chain.

They will also be able to track the age of the device with the serial number. If they believe it to be outside the 12 months warranty then they would need your proof of purchase to see the date the reseller/retailer sold it to you. This proof of purchase would then highlight the name of that company, which if not an Apple authorised reseller would probably cause problems.

(although we know Apple are quite relaxed about this, and also relaxed about the warranty term, often fixing items beyond 13 months old without extended warranty/AppleCare but its at their descretion)
Edited by: "shakerstevens" 12th Jan

A relative ordered a phone from them 3 months ago. Still trying to sort it out. Not had the phone and email response? Nope
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Macbook Pro 15.4 Inches - High Specs 2016 Model £1399 @ EGlobalCentral
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I found that deal and it is a 2016 model, which I think it is pretty good. They also offer a £5 coupon if you subscribe to their email. I haven't seen this seller before but they h… Read more
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Stay awy. Spent £1700 with this company. Sent a damaged unboxed device, now to return PayPal said I have to send to Hong Kong, they decided in sellers favour. Waiting for my bank to deal with this.
Edited by: "Ka11ran" 4th Jan

I have bought a couple ipads from this company with no problems at all.
Spell checker is a bitch sometimes.
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Dawsy6 h, 12 m ago

Does that make you a smug mug sir?



yep, just like all apple users.

justinlinham7 h, 46 m ago

I might be a mug but can can spell “alley” and also know when to use “th …I might be a mug but can can spell “alley” and also know when to use “there and their”



like all apple users, a smug mug.

justinlinham7 h, 15 m ago

I might be a mug but can can spell “alley” and also know when to use “th …I might be a mug but can can spell “alley” and also know when to use “there and their”


I'm pleased you can can spell.
Samsung S8 64gb £459.99 @ Eglobal
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First time posting! I can't decide between this or the OP 5T with student discount
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Lee_Gilbert6 h, 46 m ago

I saw this too, but given its dual sim assume it would not be covered by …I saw this too, but given its dual sim assume it would not be covered by UK warranty if it went wrong, and sending it back to Hong Kong, that I'm led to believe where they opporate may be a gamble.Good price nonetheless


Samsung UK now sell dual SIM versions of the S8, S8plus and Note 8. But you are correct in what you say about warranty. Still a great deal provided you understand the warranty situation.

samiraamassoul30th Dec

Avoid e global they're based in China!!


Being based in China is not an automatic reason to avoid them. I have had three phones from them with no issues and to VAT or duty to pay.

However you do need to understand that Samsung warranty will not be valid as the phones are sourced from outside the EU.

More and more fear mongers hating on Eglobal for no reason at all I see. Dull people. Recieved my Note 8 I got for £586 from Eglobal. No issues. No import fees. No problems with the phone. Brand new and sealed its covered through my home insurance before you plan to spew about warranty.

More and more fear mongers hating on Eglobal for no reason at all I see. Dull people. Recieved my Note 8 I got for £586 from Eglobal. No issues. No import fees. No problems with the phone. Brand new and sealed its covered through my home insurance before you plan to spew about warranty.

I saw this too, but given its dual sim assume it would not be covered by UK warranty if it went wrong, and sending it back to Hong Kong, that I'm led to believe where they opporate may be a gamble.

Good price nonetheless
LG V30+ 128gb SIM Free at Eglobalcentral for £579.99
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Available in black or blue for £579.99, other colours are £589.99 more expensive. The V30+ comes with 128gb of storage rather than the regular 64gb, and unlike the V30, the V30+ i… Read more

laughingman1 h, 37 m ago

i wonder if you are a plant placed by the company, to promote them... no …i wonder if you are a plant placed by the company, to promote them... no one with the right mind set would purchase from egc, unless they love gambling and throwing money in the bin


I understand your caution but my experience has been very positive. I bough an LGG6 phone with a far better spec than the European one for £320 from egc. Three months down the line I sold it on ebay for £320! It is a risk but you must balance that against the low price you are paying.

Vatman951st Jan

Strange that I have bought numerous things and they turned out to be fine. …Strange that I have bought numerous things and they turned out to be fine. Have you ordered from them before or is your opinion based on pure conjecture?


i wonder if you are a plant placed by the company, to promote them... no one with the right mind set would purchase from egc, unless they love gambling and throwing money in the bin

sumomoggy13 m ago

H930 appears to be the Euro variant which EGC is selling …H930 appears to be the Euro variant which EGC is selling (https://www.techwalls.com/lg-v30-model-number-differences/) - this is good as obviously it should fall under warranty. If it was a Taiwan or Korean variant LG UK wouldn't honour that. Its good that EGC are selling this Euro version - last year I bought an LG V20 Taiwan variant. It is running fine but if I get a problem with it I wont be expecting LG UK to help me out.

Ahh - apologies thought mine was non-Euro. Never understood this concept of not honoring warranty/allowing registration for a MOBILE device created by a manufacturer in a different part of the world OR purchased from a different country; its just a cheap way of removing all responsibility. It's the same product globally minus the software/firmware. I travel a lot and live in diff. countries temporarily whilst a project is ongoing, so just pathetic by these big brands to act like this.
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Vatman9557 m ago

Strange that I have bought numerous things and they turned out to be fine. …Strange that I have bought numerous things and they turned out to be fine. Have you ordered from them before or is your opinion based on pure conjecture?



Plenty of -ve reviews all over the web - no smoke without fire - 1 of the worst companies to deal with when things go wrong - they simply do not give a f... period.

captainjack1 h, 29 m ago

[Image] Proof is in the pudding - removed the IMEI for security. And yep …[Image] Proof is in the pudding - removed the IMEI for security. And yep my phone is a non-UK variant. I think the only difference between the UK LG V30+ is £300+


H930 appears to be the Euro variant which EGC is selling (https://www.techwalls.com/lg-v30-model-number-differences/) - this is good as obviously it should fall under warranty. If it was a Taiwan or Korean variant LG UK wouldn't honour that. Its good that EGC are selling this Euro version - last year I bought an LG V20 Taiwan variant. It is running fine but if I get a problem with it I wont be expecting LG UK to help me out.
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Oneplus 3 £300.69 @ Eglobal central
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only £300

rogparki13 h, 47 m ago

Do folks who post offers from these glossy Chinese seller websites really …Do folks who post offers from these glossy Chinese seller websites really understand delivery times , no warranty , abysmal customer service , import duties etc ,etc ? Or just post because they appear cheap ?


Wahay he's back!!! Missed you

Still using the one.

toonarmani34 m ago

Although they originate from HK (usually) they apparently ship from within …Although they originate from HK (usually) they apparently ship from within the EU (from their storage/warehouse there) so no further import tax to pay....



You haven't read the numerous recent posts on here? "Unfortunately we are unable to supply from our European Warehouse due to Inventory issues , you should receive your item from HK in a week or two " . Paraphrasing - but you get the gist .

If you like a gamble by all means go for these Chinese sellers ,fair enough . Why do HUKD not put a health warning on these Chinese sellers (referral fees , perhaps ?) -

I only paid £309 for this phone when it launched. Cold from me. But it's a good phone.

nijjyp28 m ago

Rubbish camera. I paid 220 for this when it came out


No you didn't it was £309 when first launched then went up to £329 a month later.
Xiaomi Mi A1 Dual Sim 64GB 4G Unlocked @ eglobalcentral UK STOCK - £168.77
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I know it's not the cheapest, but this is UK stock I believe? I ordered from geekbuying 3 months ago and only got it a few days ago, and had to pay £42 for customs. This would have… Read more
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Thanks op. ordered one for £159.99 with £10 off code "EASY"

Does anybody with this phone know how to get the little numbers next to text/WhatsApp icons to show when you have received a message? Thanks. I have always purchased my phones from xiaomi online store at Aliexpress and they have been very reliable.
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deany761 h, 6 m ago

HiGlad you have your Mi A1, great device, enjoy!I can highly recommend …HiGlad you have your Mi A1, great device, enjoy!I can highly recommend this case:Xiaomi Mi 5X / Xiaomi Mi A1 Case, AICEK Black Silicone Cover for Xiaomi 5X Black Case (5.5 inch) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B075274D72/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_4LhyAb1BMGBJ6Screen protector, I bought one from Amazon but I can't recommend because it cracked on install (my fault though). Have got a replacement from AliExpress, will be putting that on soon. Very difficult to install these glass protectors. I used to swear by mediadevil when I was iphone, not available for Xiaomi.Hope this helps


Cheers will have a ganders!

ST196532 m ago

Ordered mine on 1 January from eglobal, and initially got worried as it …Ordered mine on 1 January from eglobal, and initially got worried as it was always showing as processing. Emailed them and got a response 48 hours later saying it would be dispatched shortly. On 12 January got an email saying it had been sent with a tracking link which was updated on a 24 hourly basis. On 16 January got a link saying it was with DPD and it was delivered yesterday morning, no custom charges! I think they probably send orders from HK in batches to the UK which would explain why some turn up quicker than others. Mine too was very well packaged, comes with a UK charger in the sealed box as well. Phone easy to set up, initially had a problem getting it to log on to our BT wifi hub but 4 restarts later it connected. Getting 4G on Plusnet sim card so all good. No software update yet, Android 7.1.2 and security patch 1 August 2017 - don't know if I should attempt forced update or give it a few daysSo I've got a great phone 2.5GB, 3000 mins and unlimited texts monthly allowance for equivalent of under fourteen quid a month based on a 2 year comparison contract, well happy. All told slightly nerve racking process, 17 days delivery, but used Visa to buy so had some protection, glad I didn't need to use it.




Yep forgot about Daniel's post, would recommend factory reset from new.

So mine took exactly 10 days from ordering to delivery.
As I have mentioned above only got Android 7.1 and 3g upon initial setup, after factory reset and setting up the phone again everything works as it should with Oreo, 4g and January security patch.