ThundeRobot GTR Gaming Laptop 120Hz FHD IPS Screen 16 GB RAM 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD i7-7700HQ GTX 1060 6GB £894.14 @ Gearbest
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ThundeRobot GTR Gaming Laptop 120Hz FHD IPS Screen 16 GB RAM 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD i7-7700HQ GTX 1060 6GB £894.14 @ Gearbest

£894.14£1,049.9915%GearBest Deals
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Found 14th Jun
Brand new Laptop shipped from EU, comes with two year manufacturer warranty from haier

Specs:
15.6 inch 120Hz FHD IPS Screen with 1920 x 1080 Resolution
Offers good experience for watching videos and browsing the Web
Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core 2.8GHz, up to 3.8GHz
Ultra-low-voltage platform and quad-core processing provide maximum high-efficiency power
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Dedicated Graphics
Better and faster in playing games and watching videos
16GB DDR4 RAM for Advanced Multitasking, up to 32GB
Substantial high-bandwidth RAM to smoothly run your games, photos and video-editing applications
256GB SSD + 1TB HDD Storage Capacity
Provides room to store pictures, videos, music and more

laptop takes 3-4 days to arrive

Customer support lines
Phone: +44 1604 3000 40
Email: support@haierstore.eu
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£900 on Gearbest?

Nope
Me: I got warranty issues Mr Gearbest, can you help? Mr Gearbest: What warranty sir?
Edited by: "cf15" 14th Jun
nice specs but anyone buying will be taking a chance.

1) it's gearbest
2) new/unknown brand
3) no reviews of product
Although unknown in the UK ( and even the EU) Haier are not new and are absolutely massive.

Wiki link here
Edited by: "hamodziatko" 14th Jun
100 Comments
nice specs but anyone buying will be taking a chance.

1) it's gearbest
2) new/unknown brand
3) no reviews of product
Although unknown in the UK ( and even the EU) Haier are not new and are absolutely massive.

Wiki link here
Edited by: "hamodziatko" 14th Jun
£900 on Gearbest?

Nope
Steer clear
Me: I got warranty issues Mr Gearbest, can you help? Mr Gearbest: What warranty sir?
Edited by: "cf15" 14th Jun
2 year manufacturer warranty makes it attractive. Haier are well known and the warranty process is a standard affair. Heat.

Unfortunately I don't think people will read past the gearbest
dolanduck6 m ago

2 year manufacturer warranty makes it attractive. Haier are well known and …2 year manufacturer warranty makes it attractive. Haier are well known and the warranty process is a standard affair. Heat.Unfortunately I don't think people will read past the gearbest


will their support be in Engrish just like on their website and adverts?
Given heat, but have not checked the brightness os the screen, keyboard or mouse pad quality.
dolanduck59 m ago

2 year manufacturer warranty makes it attractive. Haier are well known and …2 year manufacturer warranty makes it attractive. Haier are well known and the warranty process is a standard affair. Heat.Unfortunately I don't think people will read past the gearbest


Oh no, Gearbest are fine (for £10-£20), but not £900-fine.
Dealmessiah33 m ago

Oh no, Gearbest are fine (for £10-£20), but not £900-fine.


Fair enough, understandable. It's just the domestic warranty that imo makes this more appealing than the usual rubbish.
dolanduck14th Jun

Fair enough, understandable. It's just the domestic warranty that imo …Fair enough, understandable. It's just the domestic warranty that imo makes this more appealing than the usual rubbish.


Possibly - When I buy from these overseas 'companies', I always assume I'm going to lose my money, then, when the item comes through, I'm surprised.

I only bet what I can afford to lose.

I did lose, once and never received the item. I contested, but never got any result, so I just walked away and will never do business with them again.

A simple life.
ThundeRobot? lol
Dealmessiah59 m ago

Oh no, Gearbest are fine (for £10-£20), but not £900-fine.



up to £30 then, my Okitel is stii working after 6 months
bobo532 m ago

up to £30 then, my Okitel is stii working after 6 months


Enjoy the Malware on that!

Dealmessiah18 m ago

Possibly - When I buy from these overseas 'companies', I always assume I'm …Possibly - When I buy from these overseas 'companies', I always assume I'm going to lose my money, then, when the item comes through, I'm surprised.I only bet what I can afford to lose.I did lose, once and never received the item. I contested, but never got any result, so I just walked away and will never do business with them again.A simple life.



I don't understand how you can lose a non receipt claim? Much worse are when the wrong item is sent. Not received should be easy to claim for and win.
plewis007 m ago

Enjoy the Malware on that! I don't understand how you can lose a non …Enjoy the Malware on that! I don't understand how you can lose a non receipt claim? Much worse are when the wrong item is sent. Not received should be easy to claim for and win.


I raised it with PayPal stating I hadn't received the item.

They showed evidence that they'd sent it - PayPal ruled in their favour and closed the case, so I had no further ability to contest.

For £6 it was not worth my time.
Dealmessiah1 m ago

I raised it with PayPal stating I hadn't received the item.They showed …I raised it with PayPal stating I hadn't received the item.They showed evidence that they'd sent it - PayPal ruled in their favour and closed the case, so I had no further ability to contest.For £6 it was not worth my time.


That's shocking. Proof of sending isn't proof of receipt. On eBay you would win that straight up. I'm surprised PayPal did that to you.
Dealmessiah17 m ago

I raised it with PayPal stating I hadn't received the item.They showed …I raised it with PayPal stating I hadn't received the item.They showed evidence that they'd sent it - PayPal ruled in their favour and closed the case, so I had no further ability to contest.For £6 it was not worth my time.



Thats not the way it works, they would have to prove it was delivered or they would not close the case.
plewis0017 m ago

That's shocking. Proof of sending isn't proof of receipt. On eBay you …That's shocking. Proof of sending isn't proof of receipt. On eBay you would win that straight up. I'm surprised PayPal did that to you.



Its not shocking he is a lying and missing information out, paypal does not operate like that.
plewis0017 m ago

That's shocking. Proof of sending isn't proof of receipt. On eBay you …That's shocking. Proof of sending isn't proof of receipt. On eBay you would win that straight up. I'm surprised PayPal did that to you.


They will always side with the "big" company's

Just remember 99% of the time on eBay the sellers are individuals so PayPal will always refund

EBay and PayPal are 2 of the worst company's ever
plewis0028 m ago

Enjoy the Malware on that! I don't understand how you can lose a non …Enjoy the Malware on that! I don't understand how you can lose a non receipt claim? Much worse are when the wrong item is sent. Not received should be easy to claim for and win.



Thank you, I was wondering what was all that noise at night
Only a crazy person would spend £900 with Gearbest
cood cold cold
darkclouds7 m ago

They will always side with the "big" company's Just remember 99% of the …They will always side with the "big" company's Just remember 99% of the time on eBay the sellers are individuals so PayPal will always refund EBay and PayPal are 2 of the worst company's ever


I’m a business seller on eBay and always send with signature required so we can claim off Royal Mail worst case and buyer can’t claim non-receipt. Doesn’t stop people making up an issue and returning an empty box though (seems to be isolated to specific areas in the country, certain ethnic minorities and always high value tech as well based on when and where it happens to us).

I do think you could have got your money out of PayPal. £6 or not, I would do it on principle. Also PayPal has been very good to us, maybe that’s because we send a lot of business through them but we get good rates and the customer support is excellent and UK based.

bobo535 m ago

Thank you, I was wondering what was all that noise at night



Oukitel are one of the worst for embedded malware. I suggest you check and do some research for your particular phone or blissful ignorance, it’s up to you.
Edited by: "plewis00" 14th Jun
looks like a load of junk
1060 isnt strong to run anything at 120hz lol
plewis0023 m ago

I’m a business seller on eBay and always send with signature required so w …I’m a business seller on eBay and always send with signature required so we can claim off Royal Mail worst case and buyer can’t claim non-receipt. Doesn’t stop people making up an issue and returning an empty box though (seems to be isolated to specific areas in the country, certain ethnic minorities and always high value tech as well based on when and where it happens to us). I do think you could have got your money out of PayPal. £6 or not, I would do it on principle. Also PayPal has been very good to us, maybe that’s because we send a lot of business through them but we get good rates and the customer support is excellent and UK based.Oukitel are one of the worst for embedded malware. I suggest you check and do some research for your particular phone or blissful ignorance, it’s up to you.


I do not actually trust anything at all connected to internet. Also, I do not use any virus software at all, touch wood I never had any problems at all on any device apart for malware/spam in the past which is not affected my experience at all. We all learn after all and I always take a lot of precautions. I always switch off my PC from the main, I always clean install windows on a regular basis whenever I can (something I also love to do for better functionality). In regards to mobiles I would not trust anything at all, I purely use my mobile to keep Skype (no credit at all) and Whatsup, another couple of silly apps and the phone is for the purpose of receiving calls, text and emergencies only. Thank you anyway, now that you told me I will look in to it.
bobo532 m ago

I do not actually trust anything at all connected to internet. Also, I do …I do not actually trust anything at all connected to internet. Also, I do not use any virus software at all, touch wood I never had any problems at all on any device apart for malware/spam in the past which is not affected my experience at all. We all learn after all and I always take a lot of precautions. I always switch off my PC from the main, I always clean install windows on a regular basis whenever I can (something I also love to do for better functionality). In regards to mobiles I would not trust anything at all, I purely use my mobile to keep Skype (no credit at all) and Whatsup, another couple of silly apps and the phone is for the purpose of receiving calls, text and emergencies only. Thank you anyway, now that you told me I will look in to it.


I wasn’t sure if you were joking but I was being serious all the same - had real issues from some of these Chinese phones. Sounds like you have it in hand anyway, you can only be so careful. Good luck checking it over. If you only have that it’s not a lot to worry about, much of the malware on them anyway seems to be related to annoying adverts and possibly social media.
RUGAAL8 m ago

1060 isnt strong to run anything at 120hz lol


Ok well, you're wrong.

Even a 1050 Ti can do 144hz in Fortnite, CSGO, and many other esport titles, stop acting up.
eraldo1 h, 42 m ago

Its not shocking he is a lying and missing information out, paypal does …Its not shocking he is a lying and missing information out, paypal does not operate like that.


Errm, proof of "lying"?
plewis001 h, 39 m ago

I’m a business seller on eBay and always send with signature required so w …I’m a business seller on eBay and always send with signature required so we can claim off Royal Mail worst case and buyer can’t claim non-receipt. Doesn’t stop people making up an issue and returning an empty box though (seems to be isolated to specific areas in the country, certain ethnic minorities and always high value tech as well based on when and where it happens to us). I do think you could have got your money out of PayPal. £6 or not, I would do it on principle. Also PayPal has been very good to us, maybe that’s because we send a lot of business through them but we get good rates and the customer support is excellent and UK based.Oukitel are one of the worst for embedded malware. I suggest you check and do some research for your particular phone or blissful ignorance, it’s up to you.


Maybe so, but I did not receive the item and was miffed sure, but as I first said, I always assume I will lose the money from these sellers, until it shows up.

I am too old and wise to waste my time - it's much more precious than a one-off £6.
eraldo1 h, 48 m ago

Thats not the way it works, they would have to prove it was delivered or …Thats not the way it works, they would have to prove it was delivered or they would not close the case.


I didn't receive any item, did not sign anything and Paypal declined my claim.

Read my comment above.
crazygoldfish1 h, 48 m ago

Only a crazy person would spend £900 with Gearbest cood cold cold


Cood!
ritchiedrama1 h, 22 m ago

Ok well, you're wrong.Even a 1050 Ti can do 144hz in Fortnite, CSGO, and …Ok well, you're wrong.Even a 1050 Ti can do 144hz in Fortnite, CSGO, and many other esport titles, stop acting up.


Nice muscles.
Dealmessiah2 h, 42 m ago

Possibly - When I buy from these overseas 'companies', I always assume I'm …Possibly - When I buy from these overseas 'companies', I always assume I'm going to lose my money, then, when the item comes through, I'm surprised.I only bet what I can afford to lose.I did lose, once and never received the item. I contested, but never got any result, so I just walked away and will never do business with them again.A simple life.



Same here I got burnt a couple of years ago - once bitten twice shy
Dealmessiah2 h, 17 m ago

I raised it with PayPal stating I hadn't received the item.They showed …I raised it with PayPal stating I hadn't received the item.They showed evidence that they'd sent it - PayPal ruled in their favour and closed the case, so I had no further ability to contest.For £6 it was not worth my time.


Where are you from? If the UK just go back to them referencing the consumer rights act and they'll soon change their tune.
Jennatools9 m ago

Nice muscles.


thanks!!! i built them myself
Dealmessiah19 m ago

I didn't receive any item, did not sign anything and Paypal declined my …I didn't receive any item, did not sign anything and Paypal declined my claim.Read my comment above.


You dont need to sign anything for them to know you got it, everytime the code is scanned it updates the tracking all the way to the point it is out for delivery in the country of destination. All the seller has to do is provide the tracking ID for paypal to chase up whether you got the item and lied about it. They would never close a case based on a seller providing evidence they simply sent the item before confirming the tracking showed delivery because as per paypal rules the seller is responsible for the item up until it is delivered.

Dealmessiah24 m ago

Errm, proof of "lying"?


I dont need to prove you're lying, prove it happened. I already have paypals protection rules backing up my claim you're lying and or not including all info.
ThundeRobot is actually a good brand in China. They use Clevo chassis though, it would be better buy from PCSpecialist here in the UK for the warrenty.
I quite fancy a gaming laptop now I'm spending so much time away from home but can you get one for around £500-£600?
the blue trackpad looks ugly , but i bought 10 to warm my house up because they shoot fire out the screen x
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