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iscan pro bargain

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by buns, May 13, 2001.

  1. buns

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    All this time and I didnt see the hypocrisy
     
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    Im not sure to be honest. I just saw the price and thought i would mention it to anyone interested. You could always e maiul them and find out.....but as far as i am aware....whether the manufacturer warranty applies or not, the guy who actually sells it to you is obliged to stand over it for the warrantied time. That could be wrong however.
     
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    UK law doesn't specify a warranty period, just a reasonable length of time the product must meet the conditions/terms of consumer law. The one year warranty we usually get in the UK is purely customary not a legal requirement.
     
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    i read somewhere that owl had distribution rights... do you think the warranty is all ok?

    Mike
     
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    I stand corrected!
     
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    Hi folks! I found a website that sells the "iscan pro" for $700.00 plus $75.00 delivery charge to the UK. They are based in the states.home theater world

    This works out at £516.66 inc. shipping costs. I e-mailed them recently.The price advertised on their website is higher. :D
     
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    How does that work with the different voltages and mains frequencies? Are there converters for that sort of thing?
     
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    Haven't you got to add import duty about 5% and VAT to that price? It doesn't make it so attractive then :(
     

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