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Luxury Airbed - £29.99 ALDI
Luxury Airbed - £29.99 ALDI

Luxury Airbed - £29.99 ALDI

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Inflates in minutes (electrically) to provide guests with a super-soft bed of air.

Built-in 220V pump
Inflation time: approx. 4 minutes
Raised 42cm from the floor for superior comfort
Available in: Dark Blue (flocked finish)
Duffle bag
Size: 208 x 163 x 47cm

13 Comments

Bargain, thanks

But its an article that could well go wrong in the first 12 months, and as Aldi are NOT INTERESTED after 30 days, good luck with the support line.

CS is everything. Aldi CS sucks.

COLD

a friend of mine got one last year - amazingly comfortable for an air bed

h and r added

WalterSmith;6388084

But its an article that could well go wrong in the first 12 months, and … But its an article that could well go wrong in the first 12 months, and as Aldi are NOT INTERESTED after 30 days, good luck with the support line.CS is everything. Aldi CS sucks.COLD



it has 3 year warranty on it, voted hot

WalterSmith;6388084

But its an article that could well go wrong in the first 12 months, and … But its an article that could well go wrong in the first 12 months, and as Aldi are NOT INTERESTED after 30 days, good luck with the support line.CS is everything. Aldi CS sucks.COLD



Talking rubbish.......:whistling:

I got one a couple of years ago; works pretty well and is definitely more comfortable than a folding/Z-bed.

WalterSmith;6388084

But its an article that could well go wrong in the first 12 months, and … But its an article that could well go wrong in the first 12 months, and as Aldi are NOT INTERESTED after 30 days, good luck with the support line.CS is everything. Aldi CS sucks.COLD



That's where you are going wrong then.

The County Courts service doesn't suck :-)

Do not buy if you have a cat.

nihcaj;6393016

That's where you are going wrong then.The County Courts service doesn't … That's where you are going wrong then.The County Courts service doesn't suck :-)



I don't take kindly to being threatened with the police for explaining the sale of goods act to these muppets. I'll just avoid and bad mouth them at every turn.

WalterSmith;6402222

I don't take kindly to being threatened with the police for explaining … I don't take kindly to being threatened with the police for explaining the sale of goods act to these muppets. I'll just avoid and bad mouth them at every turn.



Again, big mistake!

[I know EXCTLY the situation you feel you are in... it first happened tro me back in the early 80's when I got a complete LEMON of a car from British Leyland, and the dealer was poor, while the manufacturer was deliberately obstructive! - I had to wait a LOT of years... but they all ended up on the DOLE eventually & I got my satisfaction!! :-) ]

For one thing, you are telling them nothing they already know - they KNOW the Sale of Goods Act BACKWARDS, and it is depending on people NOT going further that is the reason they mess people around! Supposedly far more reputable companies than Aldi will do EXACTLY the same!

Don't TALK to anyone... from any company (see the Tesco case on the news yesterday... that's the way they treat you, and that's the way you end up frustrated!) if they won't play the game, with reasonable requests, then its not going to happen - you won't get anywhere talking, go straight to the Courts service, (online now too) once you win, (and for most things of this sort, that's not hard) and get the Bailiffs to enforce the judgement too - generally they get very edgy when the guy turns up to seize stock to sell to pay the bill! They can call the Police then OK, that is if they are not already there! In fact most companies pay up prompt before this stage, as they know what happens then.
Costs a little, so always a gamble, but for these cases, it would be worth every penny even if they didn't refund costs if you win!

Loved the effect when a friend of mine sorted a problem at Comet this way! :-)

County Courts sound an English thing, I'm based in Scotland.

Compare and contrast with an Acer laptop that developed a problem, that I purchased at Asda. Refund after 6 months with a smile. I know who gets my custom and who gets my bad mouthing.

If your need is a quick fix bed then its a deal for sure.:thumbsup:
Gets my vote, I will gladly allow it to self-inflate in any country and as for CS issues...I will sleep on it...40;-)'s

WalterSmith;6406067

County Courts sound an English thing, I'm based in Scotland.



No, County Courts are in Scotland too.

In reality, Scotland has a bit of a habit of being in the Lead of England & Wales when it comes to judicial processes!
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