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Ian G Batten

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Cut off for next-day delivery: 2pm.

Ian orders lock and floor anchor: 3pm Monday.

Man knocks on Ian's house with heavy box: 7.30am Tuesday.

You can't fault it, can you?

ian
 
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Tony Raven

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Ian G Batten wrote:
> Cut off for next-day delivery: 2pm.
>
> Ian orders lock and floor anchor: 3pm Monday.
>
> Man knocks on Ian's house with heavy box: 7.30am Tuesday.
>
> You can't fault it, can you?
>
> ian

Were there any wine gums included?

Tony
 
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Richard Bates

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On Tue, 10 Feb 2004 09:14:11 +0000 (UTC), in <[email protected]>, Ian G Batten
<[email protected]> wrote:

>Cut off for next-day delivery: 2pm. Ian orders lock and floor anchor: 3pm Monday. Man knocks on
>Ian's house with heavy box: 7.30am Tuesday. You can't fault it, can you?

Depends if you got some wine gums with it ...
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Richard Bates

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On Tue, 10 Feb 2004 09:37:15 -0000, in
<[email protected]>, "Tony Raven"
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>Were there any wine gums included?

Tony, we appear to have a simultaneous **** sense of humour!

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Dave Larrington

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Ian G Batten wrote:

> Cut off for next-day delivery: 2pm.
>
> Ian orders lock and floor anchor: 3pm Monday.
>
> Man knocks on Ian's house with heavy box: 7.30am Tuesday.
>
> You can't fault it, can you?

I wish my postie, UPS, etc. etc could bestir themselves from bed that early. Then I wouldn't have to
lug all the heavy stuff back from work...

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Ian G Batten

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In article <[email protected]>,
Dave Larrington <[email protected]> wrote:
> I wish my postie, UPS, etc. etc could bestir themselves from bed that early.

I was first on the route. Or at least, first on the sheet of the route, and I'd be surprised if
they'd done 20 calls before they got to me.

ian
 
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Chris Harrison

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Dave Larrington wrote:

> Ian G Batten wrote:
>
>
>>Cut off for next-day delivery: 2pm.
>>
>>Ian orders lock and floor anchor: 3pm Monday.
>>
>>Man knocks on Ian's house with heavy box: 7.30am Tuesday.
>>
>>You can't fault it, can you?
>
>
> I wish my postie, UPS, etc. etc could bestir themselves from bed that early. Then I wouldn't have
> to lug all the heavy stuff back from work...

http://www.beckandcall.co.uk

They take delivery of your package and delivery it at your convenience. You give them a hour slot
from 0700 to 2300 - and I've not had them be late (I'll let them off for arriving at 0757 when I'd
asked for an 8-9 slot :)
 
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Pete Biggs

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Ian G Batten wrote:
> Cut off for next-day delivery: 2pm.
>
> Ian orders lock and floor anchor: 3pm Monday.
>
> Man knocks on Ian's house with heavy box: 7.30am Tuesday.
>
> You can't fault it, can you?

Their speed of despatch is excellent but I can fault their willingness to correct technical
information.

Wiggle's description of Campagnolo bottom brackets is incorrect. I've emailed to correct them but
they've ignored me. People are buying the wrong products because of this. I know they got my email
because they answered another enquiry at the time.

What they call "double" Mirage, Veloce and Centaur BBs (111mm) are actually intended also for TRIPLE
chainsets on bikes with 28.6 seat tubes. Unlike Shimanos, double and triple Xenon-to-Centaur cranks
are especially designed to fit the same BB. The "triple" 115.5mm is only for triples with 32+mm seat
tubes (to allow more clearance for the front derailleur). This is clearly stated on the Campag
website and catalogues. It's best to use the 111 when possible for sake of chainline and q-factor,
etc. By the way, a trick to use the 111 with fat seat tubes is to file a bit off the mech. Wiggle's
Campag prices are OTT anyway. Better to buy from Parker International. The worry is though: if
they've got these descriptions wrong (and don't care), what else could be wrong?

~PB
 
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Chris Heys

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On Tue, 10 Feb 2004 16:01:16 -0000, "Pete Biggs"
<ptangerine{remove_fruit}@biggs.tc> wrote:
*snip*
The worry is though: if they've got these descriptions
>wrong (and don't care), what else could be wrong?
>
>~PB
>

I had a problem with Wiggle and returning faulty goods (Endura clothing of all things). Took a long
time and eventually a letter direct to the head honchos before I saw my money again (to their credit
it was very quick once they had received said letters).

Cheers,

Chris
 
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Dave Larrington

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I bought an Astrale computer off them the other week, which turned out not to have the rear wheel
speed sensor as advertised and thereof being of No Use At All. Refund came very quickly.

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Vincent Wilcox

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Pete Biggs wrote: <snip>
> Wiggle's Campag prices are OTT anyway. Better to buy from Parker International. The worry is
> though: if they've got these descriptions wrong (and don't care), what else could be wrong?
>
> ~PB
>

They had or may still have an incorrect listing for Shimano SPD cleats, I emailed them but got
no response.

Other than sending me red instead of salmon red koolstops which they rectified they seem pretty
reasonable.

I never get wine gums though.
 
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Just Zis Guy

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On Tue, 10 Feb 2004 13:01:29 +0000, chris harrison <[email protected]>
wrote in message <[email protected]>:

>They take delivery of your package and delivery it at your convenience.

Now that's what I call service - do they bring you the paper as well?

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Dave Larrington

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Just zis Guy, you know? wrote:
> On Tue, 10 Feb 2004 13:01:29 +0000, chris harrison <[email protected]> wrote in message
> <[email protected]>:
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>> They take delivery of your package and delivery it at your convenience.
>
> Now that's what I call service - do they bring you the paper as well?

Yebbut, AFAICT you have to order you stull from one of their list of suppliers, which appered, at
the last count, to include no[1] online bike shops. Or did I miss them hiding under "books" or
something?

1 - I counted them. Twice.

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Just Zis Guy

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On Thu, 12 Feb 2004 11:33:29 -0000, "Dave Larrington"
<[email protected]> wrote in message
<[email protected]>:

>Yebbut, AFAICT you have to order you stull from one of their list of suppliers,

Why would I want a bike when I'm in the convenience? The list of things I want in there is
quite short...

Guy
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