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Philips 190B6CS - Monitor 19" for £109 clearence
Philips 190B6CS - Monitor 19" for £109 clearence

Philips 190B6CS - Monitor 19" for £109 clearence

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19" philips monitor for £99, this is clearence item, normal price is £287.99...2% with quidco as well

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Amended price above to reflect the £10 delivery charge as well.

]http://www.empiredirect.co.uk/images/products/250/PHI/190B6CS.jpg

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Better hurry if you want this, just one in stock at the bargain price!

This isn't Wide-screen is it?

remlap

This isn't Wide-screen is it?


T'isn't... :? Nope.

Pitty it would of been a steal at that resolution if it was.

My brother is after a 19" so I just took a chance and "bought" it.

There is only one of these available and it's first come first served in the case of possible multiple orders so I may not get it....

But, for anyone else looking this is now gone.

Cheers matar

thepearce

My brother is after a 19" so I just took a chance and "bought" it.There … My brother is after a 19" so I just took a chance and "bought" it.There is only one of these available and it's first come first served in the case of possible multiple orders so I may not get it....But, for anyone else looking this is now gone. Cheers matar



I ordered this at 9:25am, kind of know that someone else will already have bought it and there are suggestions all were sold out yesterday, so not holding my breath.....just got to be in it to win it.

I have ordered one at 11.am as well. Hope I will get it!
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Manuel

Hopefully they supply this on a first come, first served basis!

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but....


Gone.. ..no mention of them from the page the link goes to or the normal computers section.

Ric.

ricpaton

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but....Gone.. ..no mention of them … Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but....Gone.. ..no mention of them from the page the link goes to or the normal computers section.Ric.



lol, there was only 1, which was mentioned earlier and at least 3 people have ordered it!

In any case i hope that you clicked http://www.hotukdeals.com/images/vote-expired.gif

Heh.. It's Sunday morning man, you think I read the whole thread?

ricpaton

Heh.. It's Sunday morning man, you think I read the whole thread?



Haha, excuses excuses! :-D no worries I'm just messing!

[FONT=Times New Roman]Thank you for your recent order. Unfortunately, due to high demand the item you have ordered is out of stock. We must allocate the stock on a 'first come, first serve' basis and I am afraid to say we do not have enough free stock to allocate to your order on this occasion. The unit has now been discontinued by the manufacturer and our stocks will not be replenished. A refund has been issued back to your card.[/FONT]
[FONT=Times New Roman]We may be able to source a similar product for your requirements. I would ask that you check our main site for more great bargains. Should you find something suitable please contact our sales team on 08701201122.[/FONT]
[FONT=Times New Roman]On behalf of Empire Direct I would like to apologise for not being able to fulfil your order on this occasion.[/FONT]
[FONT=Times New Roman]Kind Regards,[/FONT]


[FONT=Arial][SIZE=4]Ben Cumming[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=4]Empire Direct Sales Advisor[/SIZE][/FONT]

i thought that they shouldn't have taken any money from credit cards until they have shipped the product is that not how it usually works ?

ijwia

i thought that they shouldn't have taken any money from credit cards … i thought that they shouldn't have taken any money from credit cards until they have shipped the product is that not how it usually works ?


It depends on the retailer. Quite a few try and say they don't take payment until despatch (and until then no contract exists).

Frankly they seem to try and have it all ways. As far as I'm concerned a contract exists when they take payment. In the past I had some fun with "skybuy" - they took money for a TV and then said they couldn't supply it. I pursued them for "loss of bargain" and they (eventually) relented and coughed up ;).

Usually they "ring" or reserve the amount from your card which means they have up to seven days to actually debit your account.

fordy

Usually they "ring" or reserve the amount from your card which means they … Usually they "ring" or reserve the amount from your card which means they have up to seven days to actually debit your account.

Ah yes..... that's true........and ruddy annoying sometimes
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