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Optoma HD143X HDMI 3000 ANSI Lumens Projector - Black - £335.99 @ Amazon
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Optoma HD143X HDMI 3000 ANSI Lumens Projector - Black - £335.99 @ Amazon

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  • Bright 1080p Projection: Bring the cinematic experience home with this 3,000-lumen 1080p home theater projector
  • Stunning Picture Quality: Add stunning color and detail to every home theater experience. High contrast (23,000:1), Reference Mode and RGB combine to deliver bright, accurate Rec.709 colours
  • Extended Lamp Life: With an extended lamp life of an impressive 12,000 hours, your projector's lamp should last over 10 years, even if you watch a two-hour movie every day
  • Clear, powerful audio - 10 W speaker
  • Flexible Zoom & Throw Ratio: 1.1x zoom and 1.47 - 1.62 throw ratio allow for flexible and easy installation for various spaces and screen sizes up to 300"
  • Flexible Connectivity: Connect to a cable box, Blu-ray player, high-performance gaming PC or console. Inputs and outputs include 2x HDMI, audio-out, 3D Sync port, 12V trigger, USB power.
  • Includes 1 year UK warranty on the projector and 1 year/1,000 hrs warranty on the light source

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I love Amazon as much as the next bargain hunter & I don’t know how much Richer Sounds would sell this for but I would always recommend buying electronics such as these from them. You can’t beat a no nonsense 5-6 year guarantee. I used their guarantee service recently and am both pleased and relieved that I purchased my projector from them.

On another note, I recently discovered that Amazon cover their electronics for 2 years, not the single year that I originally thought. That’s pretty good but obviously not as safe as a 5-6 year guarantee from Richer Sounds.
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I love Amazon as much as the next bargain hunter & I don’t know how much Richer Sounds would sell this for but I would always recommend buying electronics such as these from them. You can’t beat a no nonsense 5-6 year guarantee. I used their guarantee service recently and am both pleased and relieved that I purchased my projector from them.

On another note, I recently discovered that Amazon cover their electronics for 2 years, not the single year that I originally thought. That’s pretty good but obviously not as safe as a 5-6 year guarantee from Richer Sounds.
If you have an amazon business account then there's a 15% off code AB15
Same terms as the old 50% off one, Amazon sold items, no warehouse etc
jaydeeuk122/08/2019 22:25

If you have an amazon business account then there's a 15% off code …If you have an amazon business account then there's a 15% off code AB15Same terms as the old 50% off one, Amazon sold items, no warehouse etc


Any info on this please, can't find a link.
tonez22/08/2019 21:01

I love Amazon as much as the next bargain hunter & I don’t know how much R …I love Amazon as much as the next bargain hunter & I don’t know how much Richer Sounds would sell this for but I would always recommend buying electronics such as these from them. You can’t beat a no nonsense 5-6 year guarantee. I used their guarantee service recently and am both pleased and relieved that I purchased my projector from them.On another note, I recently discovered that Amazon cover their electronics for 2 years, not the single year that I originally thought. That’s pretty good but obviously not as safe as a 5-6 year guarantee from Richer Sounds.



Not relevant to this but *Amazon don't fulfill statutory rights on electronics - if the item is older than 6 months and less than £30 they refuse to help, this goes against their policy in the terms and conditions which links to citizens advice for statutory rights and states its up to the retailer to resolve.

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Edited by: "roons111" 23rd Aug
roons11123/08/2019 10:05

Not relevant to this but they don't fulfill statutory rights on …Not relevant to this but they don't fulfill statutory rights on electronics - if the item is older than 6 months and less than £30 they refuse to help, this goes against their policy in the terms and conditions which links to citizens advice for statutory rights and states its up to the retailer to resolve.


Who doesn’t? Amazon or Richer Sounds?
tonez23/08/2019 10:40

Who doesn’t? Amazon or Richer Sounds?



*amazon.
roons11123/08/2019 12:46

*amazon.


Interesting. I’m a bit confused because I’ve had items stop working such as electric toothbrushes which Amazon have refunded without fuss. The items were under £30 too. Often, Amazon will tell me to keep the item but refund me anyway.

I do always go through their chat rather than simply trying to go through the return process myself.

Or am I missing the point?
Edited by: "tonez" 23rd Aug
tonez23/08/2019 12:55

Interesting. I’m a bit confused because I’ve had items stop working such as …Interesting. I’m a bit confused because I’ve had items stop working such as electric toothbrushes which Amazon have refunded without fuss. The items were under £30 too. Often, Amazon will tell me to keep the item but refund me anyway.I do always go through their chat rather than simply trying to go through the return process myself.Or am I missing the point?



Was it after 6 months? I was on the chat and they stated (in writing) that was their policy exactly - less than £30 and more than 6 months they refuse to support and its up to the manufactures.

I agree with your experience normally but there was no budging and they stated that as policy and even after I pointed out it goes against their terms / statutory rights there was no movement.
roons11123/08/2019 13:52

Was it after 6 months? I was on the chat and they stated (in writing) …Was it after 6 months? I was on the chat and they stated (in writing) that was their policy exactly - less than £30 and more than 6 months they refuse to support and its up to the manufactures. I agree with your experience normally but there was no budging and they stated that as policy and even after I pointed out it goes against their terms / statutory rights there was no movement.


Yes it was just a few days shy of a year. I would maybe try getting back on the chat to see if you have more luck with someone else?
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