Not a bad saving. Right, I’m off to Brighthouse.
Interesting that they are selling these with a quoted 7 year life span.
Should lead for some pretty good comeback if you have any problems (outside of a specified manufacturer warranty period) in that time frame which, especially on those quoted brands above, is certainly possible.
@JD64 – think the 7 years is Which’s supposition not the manufacturers.
@Big Mozzer – yup although the article says that this information may be represented on John Lewis’ tickets.
If so then I think that would be a reasonable case for a customer buying one of those products from John Lewis to go back within that period and claim that the John Lewis ticket indicated they could expect 7 years worth of reliability.
Otherwise this could come across, for John Lewis, as a case of false advertising. Advertising a cost over 7 years and describing it as the ‘lifetime’ of the appliance would indicate that anything less that this may mean it wasn’t fit for purpose and would certainly be worth an argument in store!