eMachines Desktop Warranty Extension to 3 years - £19.98 @ Ebuyer
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eMachines Desktop Warranty Extension to 3 years - £19.98 @ Ebuyer

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Found 11th May 2011
A bit dull this one. Only applicable if you have an eMachines DESKTOP computer that is less than 1 year old.

This extends the warranty for an EXTRA 2 YEARS after the initial 1 year manufacture warranty.

FREE SHIPPING.

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Good price for all the £99 machine buyers recently!! HOT For Me.

Sorry to side track from this deal, anyone ordered this eMachine on the Monday deal actually has their order confirmed please? I've received a stock warning email from ebuyer and when I checked my order, it says "Not Allocated", I've already left an eNote with eBuyer, but no response yet.

Thanks in advance.

Hot btw!
Edited by: "EDEN188" 11th May 2011

EDEN188

Sorry to side track from this deal, anyone ordered this eMachine on the … Sorry to side track from this deal, anyone ordered this eMachine on the Monday deal actually has their order confirmed please? I've received a stock warning email from ebuyer and when I checked my order, it says "Not Allocated", I've already left an eNote with eBuyer, but no response yet.Thanks in advance.Hot btw!



You would get a better response if posted in this thread. Have noticed few people got them delivered.

Thanks, pre-ordered for the 1401 that bought instead of the £99 because the I got kicked off the Ebuyer site as I was processing payment!!

Thanks manoj123.

As far as I am aware, under the Sale of Goods Act anything that is purchased must last for a reasonable length of time.
My question then is thus; is it not reasonable to expect this (or any other) computer to last for at least 3 years ?
If it is then this is worthless.
If it isn't then perhaps this isn't something people should be buying.
(Incidentally, I bought one of these machines the first time ebuyer were doing the £99 promo).

amdavies

As far as I am aware, under the Sale of Goods Act anything that is … As far as I am aware, under the Sale of Goods Act anything that is purchased must last for a reasonable length of time.My question then is thus; is it not reasonable to expect this (or any other) computer to last for at least 3 years ?If it is then this is worthless. If it isn't then perhaps this isn't something people should be buying.(Incidentally, I bought one of these machines the first time ebuyer were doing the £99 promo).



I see your point, but this is still an electrical item that could fail at any time. I wouldn't rely on Sale of Goods act getting you 3 years on a computer, 2 at a real push and you'd probably have to threaten them with legal action too.

I just look at this as peace of mind for the next 3 years. If it starts smoking behind the TV, or the HDD pops off, it's only a phonecall to the warranty company instead of an argument with some customer services gonk and threatening emails or letters.

I think this is a great deal. It's not simply 2 extra years warranty, it's collect & return as well. I've just bought it anyway.
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