Ice King IK8951AP2 A+ Rated 91 Litres Fridge 56 Litres Freezer in White - £143 (with code) @ EBAY COOP
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Ice King IK8951AP2 A+ Rated 91 Litres Fridge 56 Litres Freezer in White - £143 (with code) @ EBAY COOP

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Nice one Sam. Cheers.
Will google if plastic backed next?
Please don't buy this rubbish it is dangerous and mostly banned from 1st world countries except UK

56 Litres freezer is tiny and the insulation is toxic
Edited by: "nougat" 30th May
nougat58 s ago

Please don't buy this rubbish it is dangerous and mostly banned from 1st …Please don't buy this rubbish it is dangerous and mostly banned from 1st world countries except UK


Why?
nougat4 m ago

Please don't buy this rubbish it is dangerous and mostly banned from 1st …Please don't buy this rubbish it is dangerous and mostly banned from 1st world countries except UK56 Litres freezer is tiny and the insulation is toxic



Do you have any suggestion at similar price ? Reviews on Amazon are all good.
sam_of_london10 m ago

Do you have any suggestion at similar price ? Reviews on Amazon are all …Do you have any suggestion at similar price ? Reviews on Amazon are all good.


No. nothing at this price range will be safe.especially "ICE KING" take your chances though if you aren't bothered by harmful everyday items like teflon, non band 20, non 4k, polished rice,rice cookers,500hz extenders or anything else that hasn't been new tech for 19 days

Probably good for cryogenic freezing of small brains for research in the future.

I can see why you posted the deal
Edited by: "nougat" 30th May
What nougat is saying, translates to "it is a good deal" as all reasons submitted have no substance?
Edited by: "davening" 30th May
nougat4 m ago

No. nothing at this price range will be safe.especially "ICE KING" take …No. nothing at this price range will be safe.especially "ICE KING" take your chances though if you aren't bothered by harmful everyday items like teflon, non band 20, non 4k, polished rice,rice cookers,500hz extenders or anything else that hasn't been new tech for 19 daysProbably good for cryogenic freezing of small brains for research in the future.I can see why you posted the deal


Ice King has 2 year standard warranty compared to Beko with only one year
Amazon lists this at £179 and mentions that top ice compartment has frost and 1 star comments being a small fridge.
Next recommendation Beko has frost guard at £200+.
All down to is this plastic backed and if so, would that still be a good deal?
Its the funniest thing I have ever read so far. Well done. Hahahaha. :-) :-) :-)
Tangent is, nougat, I want to buy a fridge.
"Hey, why the cold votes. Ice King is totes legit".33887808-gElyw.jpg
Are you sure its this one?
Always being foiled in trying to marry Princess Bubblegum?

en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_King

Originally depicted as a two-dimensional, humorously over-the-top villain trying to kidnap Princess Bubblegum on a regular basis, the character's personality was subsequently expanded, revealing him to be a kind-hearted but misunderstood old man with completely twisted senses of morality and social behavior, suffering from loneliness and memory loss. Later seasons unveil his tragic backstory, revealing he was once a good human named Simon Petrikov who lost his mind, memories, and loved ones due to the magic crown giving him his ice powers. [Shades of Tolkien The Ring & The one who calls herself "Queen of Narnia"]

Although the character originally received lukewarm reception and was considered an "irritating antagonist", his later backstory and development into a tragic figure were widely acclaimed, and he came to be seen as an accurate and touching depiction of social isolation and mental illness, notably Alzheimer's and bipolar disorder; the episodes "I Remember You" and "Simon & Marcy", which unveil the Ice King's relation with Marceline the Vampire Queen almost a thousand years before the beginning of the series, are often considered two of the show's very best.[3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]
Edited by: "davening" 31st May
It annoys me that in the photo they put 1 item per shelf
Can anyone advise the best way to get rid of an old freezer?
sam_of_london14 h, 16 m ago

Ice King has 2 year standard warranty compared to Beko with only one year


Don't worry about the 1 year or 2 year warranty issue, cos an item has to "Last for a reasonable amount of time" according to consumer LAW

EXAMPLE via Fergus Muirhead BBC 4 July 2013

Q. Eighteen months ago I purchased a laptop. I did not take out an extended warranty. In March, four months after the one-year warranty expired, the motherboard gave up the ghost, and I had the laptop checked at a local dealer. Do I have the right to invoke the Sale of Goods Act, and ask for either a replacement or a refund?

A. When you buying something like your laptop, there are two ways that you are protected if something goes wrong. Firstly, as you say, you were provided with a warranty from the manufacturer that lasts one year from the date of purchase. On top of this, and not instead of, you are also protected by the Sale of Goods Act, which says that the goods you buy have to be "fit for purpose, as described, and of satisfactory quality".

If something goes wrong in the first six months then there is an assumption, unless the retailer can prove otherwise, that the fault was there at the point of sale. If the fault appears later, as in your case, then you need to be able to show the retailer that the fault is due to a defective computer rather than to wear and tear, and it may be that the report you got from your local dealer supports this.

You should take the report to the shop and explain that the life of your computer motherboard should be more than 16 months and that you feel that the computer must have had some sort of fault from the beginning, and you would like it to be dealt with.

It would be useful to do some research before you go to find out the expected life of the motherboard on your machine. You can make a claim under Sale of Goods legislation for up to six years from the point of sale in England and Wales, and five years in Scotland.

Also
WHO you deal with matters, so I've found. AMAZON and ROBERT DYAS CS have been A1, and as for ARGOS? when the BUSH Fridge Freeze (outside warranty) gave up the ghost, and the fridge became a freezer? A phone call to Argos CS in MK, with a polite reminder of the law produced an instant offer of a replacement. Be nice...polite but firm :-)
Zuulan47 m ago

Can anyone advise the best way to get rid of an old freezer?



D I V O R C E it
Gazz592 h, 6 m ago

Don't worry about the 1 year or 2 year warranty issue, cos an item has to …Don't worry about the 1 year or 2 year warranty issue, cos an item has to "Last for a reasonable amount of time" according to consumer LAW EXAMPLE via Fergus Muirhead BBC 4 July 2013Q. Eighteen months ago I purchased a laptop. I did not take out an extended warranty. In March, four months after the one-year warranty expired, the motherboard gave up the ghost, and I had the laptop checked at a local dealer. Do I have the right to invoke the Sale of Goods Act, and ask for either a replacement or a refund?A. When you buying something like your laptop, there are two ways that you are protected if something goes wrong. Firstly, as you say, you were provided with a warranty from the manufacturer that lasts one year from the date of purchase. On top of this, and not instead of, you are also protected by the Sale of Goods Act, which says that the goods you buy have to be "fit for purpose, as described, and of satisfactory quality".If something goes wrong in the first six months then there is an assumption, unless the retailer can prove otherwise, that the fault was there at the point of sale. If the fault appears later, as in your case, then you need to be able to show the retailer that the fault is due to a defective computer rather than to wear and tear, and it may be that the report you got from your local dealer supports this.You should take the report to the shop and explain that the life of your computer motherboard should be more than 16 months and that you feel that the computer must have had some sort of fault from the beginning, and you would like it to be dealt with.It would be useful to do some research before you go to find out the expected life of the motherboard on your machine. You can make a claim under Sale of Goods legislation for up to six years from the point of sale in England and Wales, and five years in Scotland.Also WHO you deal with matters, so I've found. AMAZON and ROBERT DYAS CS have been A1, and as for ARGOS? when the BUSH Fridge Freeze (outside warranty) gave up the ghost, and the fridge became a freezer? A phone call to Argos CS in MK, with a polite reminder of the law produced an instant offer of a replacement. Be nice...polite but firm :-) D I V O R C E it


She's already been divorced but she refuses to leave the garage unless 2 burly men come and take her away.
Oh dear oh dear oh dear...stubborn AND frigid eh, what an unfortunate combination, I'm not surprised yer divorced her already
Sometimes when buying stuff off ebay eg a dab radio from vodafone ebay store, I realised I received a faulty unit but onlybmuch later and attempts at contacting vodafone ebay store get no replies.

Is it still possible to deal with such issues?
davening20 h, 17 m ago

Sometimes when buying stuff off ebay eg a dab radio from vodafone ebay …Sometimes when buying stuff off ebay eg a dab radio from vodafone ebay store, I realised I received a faulty unit but onlybmuch later and attempts at contacting vodafone ebay store get no replies.Is it still possible to deal with such issues?


When did you buy it?
As a buyer yer ass is pretty much covered on eBay. eBay LOVES bidder/buyers...SCREWS sellers, but loves bidder/buyers.
Gazz5951 m ago

When did you buy it? As a buyer yer ass is pretty much covered on eBay. …When did you buy it? As a buyer yer ass is pretty much covered on eBay. eBay LOVES bidder/buyers...SCREWS sellers, but loves bidder/buyers.


I was able to dig up receipt but ebay dont have the order details on my acct anymore. I dont think I deleted it.
Possibly 3 years by now. Originally purchased a batch of refurbs to give but by time opened to doublecheck was year or so later. Going to vodafone ebay store was fruitless. Gave up. Must have been a year or so since.
davening2 h, 54 m ago

I was able to dig up receipt but ebay dont have the order details on my …I was able to dig up receipt but ebay dont have the order details on my acct anymore. I dont think I deleted it.Possibly 3 years by now. Originally purchased a batch of refurbs to give but by time opened to doublecheck was year or so later. Going to vodafone ebay store was fruitless. Gave up. Must have been a year or so since.


Oh well, nothing you can do me thinks. WAY to late TBF.

You can often find details of an eBay purchase via your paypal account

eBay can be good from a buyers point of view if you have a problem (honest or otherwise) yet I do believe paypal give you much more time, a crazy amount of time. Upto 100 days in some cases (for some reason) springs to mind, where you can open a claim, but don't quote me on that.

Going to any company CS can be fruitless full stop, as ALL they wanna do is quote "I'm sorry, but as it's been over 12 Months" etc...etc it's out of warranty, but that simply IS NOT TRUE.

Of a 12 month warranty it is down to the COMPANY to prove an item ISN'T faulty in the 1st 6 months, then for the 2nd half of the year, it's down to us to show an item has a fault, and even then, if an item is in need of replacement?, you must take into account the use you've had from it, in relation to the time you could reasonably expect an item to last, as, guarantee aside, an item MUST "last for a reasonable amount of time"

Example
A DAB radio @ £200 can (for example) be expected to last for 5 years?, so £40 a year...It "dies" at the end of year 2 (so 1 year out of warranty)

2 years @ £40 = £80 worth of use, so you could be looking at a refund of only £120. or a replacement, witha contribution from you. to take in to account your 2 years of use.
Edited by: "Gazz59" 1st Jun
nougat30th May

Please don't buy this rubbish it is dangerous and mostly banned from 1st …Please don't buy this rubbish it is dangerous and mostly banned from 1st world countries except UK56 Litres freezer is tiny and the insulation is toxic


TBF it (the freezer compartment) does LOOK tiny, and that is in a "frost free" state (new, not powered/iced up)

Cost is a consideration, but it would still be a waste of money if it doesn't have the freezer capacity volume YOU need.
Norseg31st May

It annoys me that in the photo they put 1 item per shelf


True...true, but then again it does show how SMALL the freezer compartment is, and that's not a good look :-(
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