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Elonex 37" LNX378BB HD Ready LCD TV £299 @ Asda Direct + Free Delivery to Local Store !
Elonex 37" LNX378BB HD Ready LCD TV £299 @ Asda Direct + Free Delivery to Local Store !

Elonex 37" LNX378BB HD Ready LCD TV £299 @ Asda Direct + Free Delivery to Local Store !

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Good offer for those people who do not wish to pay for an integrated digital TV ,no Freeview built in :-(

good deal. not much point getting built in freeview, not unless it's compatible with freeview HD which is due to launch before the end of the year.

Posted on a weekly basis. £289.97 delivered at ebuyer
ebuyer.com/pro…933

AuctionSniper;5660245

Posted on a weekly basis. £289.97 delivered at … Posted on a weekly basis. £289.97 delivered at ebuyerhttp://www.ebuyer.com/product/158933



DO NOT BUY FROM EBUYER. I got a "box damaged" tv last week. It had already been used and had a fault. Checked on google about the fault and everyone who had the same problem had bought from Ebuyer.When driver came to collect he said always seems to be collecting returns for ebuyer.

scunny;5661593

DO NOT BUY FROM EBUYER. I got a "box damaged" tv last week. It had … DO NOT BUY FROM EBUYER. I got a "box damaged" tv last week. It had already been used and had a fault. Checked on google about the fault and everyone who had the same problem had bought from Ebuyer.When driver came to collect he said always seems to be collecting returns for ebuyer.



Problems perhaps - but saying "do not buy from ebuyer" is a bit strong - 95% of people dotn have issues, and their CS is generally pretty good.

Perhaps the driver works for the company assigned to collect for ebuyer....!!!

MrShed;5661609

Problems perhaps - but saying "do not buy from ebuyer" is a bit strong - … Problems perhaps - but saying "do not buy from ebuyer" is a bit strong - 95% of people dotn have issues, and their CS is generally pretty good.Perhaps the driver works for the company assigned to collect for ebuyer....!!!



It was a UPS van. Why can't they say ex-display instead of box damaged? Also as stated doing a google search to sort my problem out, all with same problem had bought from ebuyer over a period of 6 months. Other replies from buyers of same TV from other outlets had no problems. My friend also returned a product to ebuyer saying it was not new as stated in advert. Anyway I won't use again and I wouldn't reccomend them to anyone.

scunny;5661969

It was a UPS van. Why can't they say ex-display instead of box damaged? … It was a UPS van. Why can't they say ex-display instead of box damaged? Also as stated doing a google search to sort my problem out, all with same problem had bought from ebuyer over a period of 6 months. Other replies from buyers of same TV from other outlets had no problems. My friend also returned a product to ebuyer saying it was not new as stated in advert. Anyway I won't use again and I wouldn't reccomend them to anyone.



If lots of customers had issues I'm sure they'd soon go bust, especially in today's trading climate. I've never had any issues with them or the products I've bought, but I guess it's only the disgruntled customers that shout about it.

How do you do the "Free Delivery to Local Store" as mentioned in title?

When I view the TV on Asda Direct, it says "Standard delivery charge £4.95 (Highlands/Islands/N Ireland & Remote areas £9.90)", but on going through checkout, there is no mention of Free Delivery to Local Store and the delivery charge changes to £18.95 as it is a "large item".

Thanks
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