Macbook Pro 15.4 Inches - High Specs 2016 Model £1399 @ EGlobalCentral
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Macbook Pro 15.4 Inches - High Specs 2016 Model £1399 @ EGlobalCentral

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Found 2nd Jan
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 have good reviews in Google.

Anyone has bought from there before?

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Does anyone know if john lewis or currys price match this?
Ship from China? VAT fees? Admin fees? Non-UK keyboard layout?
Do be serious !!!!! . Would you ? from a Chinese seller ? Oooohh a £5 coupon -that will swing it - NOT !
Edited by: "rogparki" 2nd Jan
Apple Macbook Pro 15.4" Retina Quad-core i7 2.6Ghz 16GB 256GB Pro 450 with Touch ID & Touch Bar Silver - MLW72 (2016 New Version)[US Keyboard]

It's probably just a case of pressing Alt and 3 to get a £ sign.
On UK keyboard Alt 3 = #

Rastafari6 m ago

Ship from China? VAT fees? Admin fees? Non-UK keyboard layout?

Relax guys, I just asked if you have bought from this seller before. You don't have to be aggressive.
Voted cold, only cos the website is well dodgy
" 17. Import, VAT & Customs

17.1 To simplify the process of buying internationally, eglobal central choose to handle the process of custom clearance for customers. By purchasing products through eglobal central, you authorise eglobal central to make arrangements for clearance of customs on your behalf for the products in your order. As importing products from overseas can be a hassle for most of our customers, we organise this process for you. We then provide you with fast local shipping to deliver the goods to your door. As a result, prices shown on this website are the final total you have to pay to have the order delivered to your door, without any hidden charges and customs delay.

17.2 After 3 month of receiving the goods and clearing customs, eGlobal Central will not be held responsible for any custom related fees.
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Why post a deal from a Chinese seller without warning members of the lack of warranty ,the possibility of Import duties /VAT , the virtual impossibility of returning if duff etc ,etc .

I know HUKD Mods and Editors do - but they are told to because of the referral fees these sites pay to HUKD - Shameful
cRuNcHiE3 m ago

" 17. Import, VAT & Customs17.1 To simplify the process of buying …" 17. Import, VAT & Customs17.1 To simplify the process of buying internationally, eglobal central choose to handle the process of custom clearance for customers. By purchasing products through eglobal central, you authorise eglobal central to make arrangements for clearance of customs on your behalf for the products in your order. As importing products from overseas can be a hassle for most of our customers, we organise this process for you. We then provide you with fast local shipping to deliver the goods to your door. As a result, prices shown on this website are the final total you have to pay to have the order delivered to your door, without any hidden charges and customs delay.17.2 After 3 month of receiving the goods and clearing customs, eGlobal Central will not be held responsible for any custom related fees."


And you really believe that ? Read a few posts on this very site
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Cold - overpriced apple
Cold.
I have bought from them, they are good but you won't be able to return because it has a battery in it. Apple offers a global warranty so of your sure I would buy from them all day long.
Chris_Page-1081486957138712 m ago

I have bought from them, they are good but you won't be able to return …I have bought from them, they are good but you won't be able to return because it has a battery in it. Apple offers a global warranty so of your sure I would buy from them all day long.



I think you might want to check on that The global warranty only applies if bought from an authorised Apple retailer . EGlobalcentral, Gearbest ,Banggood etc etc are not an authorised seller for any major brand . You have just made a very misleading and uninformed comment - would you like to amend it to avoid misleading members ?
Edited by: "rogparki" 2nd Jan
Chris_Page-1081486957138718 m ago

I have bought from them, they are good but you won't be able to return …I have bought from them, they are good but you won't be able to return because it has a battery in it. Apple offers a global warranty so of your sure I would buy from them all day long.


Can you explain what you mean by the battery bit
Edited by: "paulj48" 2nd Jan
Have bought camera kits and drones from them without problem. They take a week to deliver but otherwise are very good. No imports duties at all. They ship from HK to different distributions centres in EU in bulk, from there they are sent out individually to customers.
There is so much wrong with this deal.
JackThorneywork1 h, 38 m ago

Does anyone know if john lewis or currys price match this?


No they wont. They only price match major UK retailers. Not a Hong Kong based online seller.
Edited by: "Aftab_Khan" 2nd Jan
Given that apple customers are all mugs anyway, this will be right up there ally
bouncy9929 m ago

Given that apple customers are all mugs anyway, this will be right up …Given that apple customers are all mugs anyway, this will be right up there ally


Bit unfair, I love apple products but am not a mug. I don't update my phone every year, I still have an iPhone 5S (4 years old). I am thinking about getting a SE in the next couple of weeks but I am not going to get a new phone for the sake of it and I am certainly not going to spend £1200 on a phone.
I have a 2011 MacBook Pro that I spent £1000 on new and have spent £200 on a SSD drive and some more RAM. The MacBook Pro is super quick and should last a fair few years yet, bare in mind it is already nearly 7 years old. So my mac has cost me £12.50 a month so far. That is good value in my eyes. The thing with Apple products is to buy wisely and maintain them.
High specs

AMD Radeon Pro 450 GPU (2GB GDDR5)




More like specs
Dj.CUE14 m ago

Bit unfair, I love apple products but am not a mug. I don't update my …Bit unfair, I love apple products but am not a mug. I don't update my phone every year, I still have an iPhone 5S (4 years old). I am thinking about getting a SE in the next couple of weeks but I am not going to get a new phone for the sake of it and I am certainly not going to spend £1200 on a phone. I have a 2011 MacBook Pro that I spent £1000 on new and have spent £200 on a SSD drive and some more RAM. The MacBook Pro is super quick and should last a fair few years yet, bare in mind it is already nearly 7 years old. So my mac has cost me £12.50 a month so far. That is good value in my eyes. The thing with Apple products is to buy wisely and maintain them.


That's pretty much how every computer works. Buy wisely and maintain.
bouncy9957 m ago

Given that apple customers are all mugs anyway, this will be right up …Given that apple customers are all mugs anyway, this will be right up there ally


I might be a mug but can can spell “alley” and also know when to use “there and their”
justinlinham1 h, 34 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”


Does that make you a smug mug sir?
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.
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.
Dawsy6 h, 12 m ago

Does that make you a smug mug sir?



yep, just like all apple users.
I have bought a couple ipads from this company with no problems at all.
Spell checker is a bitch sometimes.
Edited by: "Mech65" 3rd Jan
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
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