Star Wars Darth Vader Shape 3D LEDLamp - £5.26 @ GearBest
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Star Wars Darth Vader Shape 3D LEDLamp - £5.26 @ GearBest

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Found 20th Dec 2017
My boss will either be very impressed or concerned...
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Imagine waking up in the morning and seeing that... no thanks!

But it's so cool so have some heat.
Its 3D "effect", not 3D. Its just a flat piece of plastic.
I think its from China - so no chance of delivery this year - but a cool thing for a fan
Great for a super fan
Heat added, but really wish they the R2D2 version for one of our daughters!
vegasbaby20 m ago

Heat added, but really wish they the R2D2 version for one of our daughters!


They do have an R2D2
m.gearbest.com/nov…=21
Edited by: "pat-w" 20th Dec 2017
Cheers OP & pat-w, ordered the R2D2 lamp for my niece.
If it comes with a dodgy adaptor, my money is on "concerned"
I find your boss' lack of enthusiasm disturbing.
Edited by: "ScroopEgerton" 20th Dec 2017
the R2D2 one.
bought the Death Star one--- there crap! save your money
This belongs in the ‘80s
louiselouise3 h, 21 m ago

If it comes with a dodgy adaptor, my money is on "concerned"


If its like the R2D2 one, it wont come with an adaptor at all. Its a micro USB port
aperfectm3 h, 8 m ago

This belongs in the ‘80s

I'd say the dustbin but either works.
In an effort to get gearbest to sort issues some info for everyone.
I have bought lots of stuff from them and generally good, but when it goes wrong its a mountain to climb.

However recent android box went wrong. First remote then box. Gearbest customer service woes started.
Offered a couple of quid refund and no joy, or even understanding of English through gearbest ticket system, next to useless.
Escalated to paypal, eventually full offer of refund.
Eventually through paypal offered a UK return address for info (gearbest ticket system contradicted what they were saying through paypal)

Weiwen Luo
Address:
Woodgate Business Park,
Clapgate Lane,
Bartley Green
B32 3BZ
Birmingham
United Kingdom
Phone: 07780841791

They then repeatedly refused delivery from courier. One could interpret this as a device to 'pretend' to offer refund then refuse to accept the returned goods. No goods return=no refund to pay.
Only when I refused final paltry offer from through paypal, (after they had previously offered full refund) did the return that mysteriously had been repeatedly rejected, was now accepted, on the day Paypal ruled in my favour for full return of money.
coincidence?
doubtful.

So if everyone uses paypal for payment and escalation, keeps full records, they will compel gearbest to fully refund. If everyone does this then maybe gearbest will sort it properly.
Hope this helps.
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