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Stick Blender was £29.99 NOW £2.99 from Studio + £4.99 delivery £7.98
Stick Blender was £29.99 NOW £2.99 from Studio + £4.99 delivery £7.98

Stick Blender was £29.99 NOW £2.99 from Studio + £4.99 delivery £7.98

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Versatile stick blender, ideal for making soups, milk shakes, smoothies etc

Postage & packing will be charged at a fixed rate per order of £4.99 within mainland UK
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Postage & packing will be charged at a fixed rate per order of £4.99 within mainland UK

honestly not worth the hassle of dealing with the company. I have £1 in "credit" which they owe me which i will never use as i will never use them again, its a pretty crummy business style they have, you can literally have everything delivered to your house for free and don't pay till everything has arrived but there is a set deadline to pay and its all just an unnecessary way to do business, I have read many scare stories about the company . As someone who has Zero debt of any kind using this site just unnerved me even though i only spent £30. Its completely geared towards people who have money problems who cant help but spend money as soon as they make it which is a pretty grim way to run a business.

smudge92

honestly not worth the hassle of dealing with the company. I have £1 in … honestly not worth the hassle of dealing with the company. I have £1 in "credit" which they owe me which i will never use as i will never use them again, its a pretty crummy business style they have, you can literally have everything delivered to your house for free and don't pay till everything has arrived but there is a set deadline to pay and its all just an unnecessary way to do business, I have read many scare stories about the company . As someone who has Zero debt of any kind using this site just unnerved me even though i only spent £30. Its completely geared towards people who have money problems who cant help but spend money as soon as they make it which is a pretty grim way to run a business.



I worked there many moons ago whilst at college, they were just a catalogue company then. I remember it being mainly gullible women who would call in. They would pay a certain amount every so often, for goods they had purchased on credit. Which if they didn't pay on time they would get a penalty for. Yes very grim, the company just relied on selling tat at high prices and hope people wouldn't pay on time, probably why they still have enough money to have moved upmarket and sell online.

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