Xbox One X @ John Lewis Pricematched at £429.99 with 2 years warranty
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Xbox One X @ John Lewis Pricematched at £429.99 with 2 years warranty

£429.99£449.994%John Lewis & Partners Deals
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Found 10th Dec 2017
£449.99 on the website but if you put in a pricematch request they will match smyths toys this works out a better deal as you have a 2 year guarantee included
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John Lewis one of the last decent customer services. Heat from me.
I still have a wee chuckle for those eejits that got 2-3 consoles trying to make big profit off it
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John Lewis one of the last decent customer services. Heat from me.
the 2 year warranty makes this what it is. Heat.
I still have a wee chuckle for those eejits that got 2-3 consoles trying to make big profit off it
blanka10 m ago

John Lewis one of the last decent customer services. Heat from me.


Not in my experience. Dreadful when I had an issue with a TV I bought from them. Agreed to price match a competitor then refused, then TV arrived with no screws to affix stand to TV and they didn’t want to know. Had to phone Samsung direct (and before anyone says, they’re special screws so not the sort you can just get from B&Q).
All electrical goods are currently guaranteed by law for two years anyway,
worth remembering
Daft_Aider5 m ago

All electrical goods are currently guaranteed by law for two years …All electrical goods are currently guaranteed by law for two years anyway,worth remembering


Technically 6 years, but after 6 months the onus is on the customer customer to prove that the product did have an inherent fault at the time of purchase
Good price
Got this at £460 (I think that included £10 for some kind of insurance) on pre-order.
Did anyone else get a price match refund based on the 28 days price promise as I know it was widely available cheaper, but was too busy (argh - my own fault) to investigate and apply
johnwillowlfc16 m ago

Technically 6 years, but after 6 months the onus is on the customer …Technically 6 years, but after 6 months the onus is on the customer customer to prove that the product did have an inherent fault at the time of purchase



Not entirely,
(because of two conflicting laws)
within two years you have the right to have an electrical item repaired or replaced,
it's recently been tightened because of certain mobile phones having contracts that last longer then the items are expected to last,
unless the fault is obviously down to the buyer of course
Daft_Aider5 m ago

Not entirely, (because of two conflicting laws)within two years you have …Not entirely, (because of two conflicting laws)within two years you have the right to have an electrical item repaired or replaced,it's recently been tightened because of certain mobile phones having contracts that last longer then the items are expected to last,unless the fault is obviously down to the buyer of course


The consumer rights act is the same if you can prove it was an inherent fault at the time of purchase you have the right to a repair, replacement or refund
Daft_Aider8 h, 41 m ago

All electrical goods are currently guaranteed by law for two years …All electrical goods are currently guaranteed by law for two years anyway,worth remembering


This is simply not true or accurate.
johnwillowlfc8 h, 15 m ago

The consumer rights act is the same if you can prove it was an inherent …The consumer rights act is the same if you can prove it was an inherent fault at the time of purchase you have the right to a repair, replacement or refund


The only right you have past the 1 year warranty, is the right to get your item independently inspected and take the retailer to court and ask a judge to agree with you.
Azzin25 m ago

The only right you have past the 1 year warranty, is the right to get your …The only right you have past the 1 year warranty, is the right to get your item independently inspected and take the retailer to court and ask a judge to agree with you.


Yes. UK law is not the same as the eu where you have a 2 year proper warranty. Ours is longer but unless the retailer plays ball you’re only option is to go to court. Who’s going to bother for a £450 Xbox which in a years time is worth under £200
Azzin58 m ago

The only right you have past the 1 year warranty, is the right to get your …The only right you have past the 1 year warranty, is the right to get your item independently inspected and take the retailer to court and ask a judge to agree with you.



Nope,
sounds like you are confused
Edited by: "Daft_Aider" 11th Dec 2017
I still havent gone for this yet need to make a decision this week hoping to see one more price drop or bundle deal
Daft_Aider8 h, 47 m ago

Nope,sounds like you are confused


Perhaps you could enlighten us all on what you think the law states then?
I had a TV from tesco which had pixels start dying after 16 months I think, all tesco would do is refund me £90 of the £210 spend, they wouldn't repair and the tv model had been discontinued. And at the time I couldn't get anything more (circs 2014). Tv last about another year before a whole line failed and I sold it for £40 as spares and repair
Edited by: "lasuil" 11th Dec 2017
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