Russell Hobbs Turbo Vac Pro 2 in 1 cordless vacuum cleaner £25 Sainsbury's instore
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Russell Hobbs Turbo Vac Pro 2 in 1 cordless vacuum cleaner £25 Sainsbury's instore

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Found 7th FebMade hot 7th Feb
Just picked up this handy 2 in 1 cordless Vac, instore Sainsbury's Tamworth. Varying prices online raging from £40-£80. 2yr Warranty, 16v lithium battery. The reviews I've read vary from loving it to hating it but for £25 it's ideal for quick pick ups.

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would you have a barcode so I can call my local Saintsbury's. thanks

Original Poster

The barcode on box is 5060440041860
There is another shorter number above it which is 129917864
Another sticker on it says PO 1988392

ok
It has no barcode or sku on till receipt just says Russell Hobbs Vac,Hope that helps
Edited by: "mummymelly" 7th Feb

thanks

Russell hobbs dont deserve customers. They have put profit over customer safety in the past.

Sorry, but i wouldnt want one for free.
Edited by: "SoggyBeans" 7th Feb

Original Poster

SoggyBeans

Russell hobbs dont deserve customers. They have put profit over customer … Russell hobbs dont deserve customers. They have put profit over customer safety in the past.Sorry, but i wouldnt want one for free.



Why is that?

SoggyBeans

Russell hobbs dont deserve customers. They have put profit over customer … Russell hobbs dont deserve customers. They have put profit over customer safety in the past.Sorry, but i wouldnt want one for free.


similar experience with one of their irons. in my experience their quality is inferior to other brands but are usually keenly priced - you get what you pay for! for £25 you've nothing to lose and no risk of electric shock in a cordless vacuum :-).

SoggyBeans

Russell hobbs dont deserve customers. They have put profit over customer … Russell hobbs dont deserve customers. They have put profit over customer safety in the past.Sorry, but i wouldnt want one for free.


ALTERNATE Facts Donny!

mcormack

ALTERNATE Facts Donny!



Dont know what that means!
Edited by: "SoggyBeans" 13th Feb

mummymelly

Why is that?



Just look up russell hobbs and watchdog. They are cheap for a reason in my opinion. They left customers using dangerous products and kept selling them for over a year after knowing that they were severely burning customers.

A while ago now, but same company at the end of the day.
Edited by: "SoggyBeans" 13th Feb

Original Poster

SoggyBeans

Just look up russell hobbs and watchdog. They are cheap for a reason in … Just look up russell hobbs and watchdog. They are cheap for a reason in my opinion. They left customers using dangerous products and kept selling them for over a year after knowing that they were severely burning customers. A while ago now, but same company at the end of the day.


Similar to Hotpoint/indesit with tumble dryers, or Beko few years back too! Most larger names like this have products recalled/faulty. As I said it's £25 it's cordless I'm not expecting it to be the best vac ever(_;)

mummymelly

Similar to Hotpoint/indesit with tumble dryers, or Beko few years back … Similar to Hotpoint/indesit with tumble dryers, or Beko few years back too! Most larger names like this have products recalled/faulty. As I said it's £25 it's cordless I'm not expecting it to be the best vac ever(_;)



Absolutely. Im not pulling your post down either, but just hold a massive grudge against Russell hobbs.

Its a shame as the products tend to look smart and great value. Maybe great value is acheived by using inferior parts! I was sold a faulty iron and didnt appreciate it not being recalled for over a year after Russell Hobbs knowing about the dangerous fault, infact they knew about people receiving electrical burns before selling one to me and many others, so I feel entitled to hold a grudge. I understand that it doesn't put everyone off though.

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