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AdvantagesGood range of products (at least online) and good home delivery service

DisadvantagesUseless refund procedure, bad helpline, a weak manager and heavy handed sales assistants

...It was high time we needed to buy a new fridge in the Jewell household as our current one was just not efficient anymore and was getting seriously overworked. Currys is such a reputable company in the sale of household white goods and other electrical equipment that we decided to buy a sparkling new Hotpoint fridge from them (via their online website) since they were offering pretty good deals...

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Advantagesmixes well

Disadvantages54p more expensive than Wilko's hand mixer

...and where I use the mixer. ~size This white electric hand mixer is really quite small (19cmx13cmx8cm) with whisks/beaters removed. Whisks 17 cm long. So this mixer is easy to put away in my cupboard and does not take up much space really. ~Attachments. Currys website says two what they mean is there are two standard stainless steel metal beaters of the same sort... These you insert into the mixer to...

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“Failing To Curry Favour”

published 02/01/2002

AdvantagesLots of demo stock for "hands-on" feel

DisadvantagesNot backed up with real stock, even in the warehouse-sized stores

...for £849 (!) including 3 year?s warranty. They will also give a £50 discount on the VCR, so guess where my pal is redirecting his money, and quite rightly so. So let?s recap. The total potential spend at Currys would have been £399 + £999 + £90 (approx for VCR), all with no extra warranty at a grand total of £1488. Total cost by splitting the purchase , £324 (at QED) and £849 +£90 (at Electrical...

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