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tinshed
10-12-2012, 05:48 PM
Mike must be so well thought of by the powers that be at bid. Constantly Mike lowers the prices to suit us the biduppers no no no Mikes not happy selling to us for £6.99, being so special Mike can lower the price just like that. Silly me thinking its the producer who lowers the price as discussed earlier in the day at their product meeting. So a big thanks from me to you Mike.

http://siyanor.com/photo/Jack-Nicholson-joker2372.jpg

Wirral70
10-12-2012, 06:04 PM
He's full of it.

He just said 'Gianni Ricci, quite simply Italian design, at it's best. You could easily be mistaken for it being a top design brand'. He also directly claimed they paid £20 for this watch, sorry Mikey but I simply do not believe you.

He has got a mouth like The Joker hasn't he!

http://store.bid.tv/bidtv/Gianni-Ricci-Men-s-White-Textured-Dial-Watch-with-Date-%26-Two-Tone-SS-%26--24ct-Rose-Gold-Plated-Strap/WB131287/ProductDetail.raction

tinshed
10-12-2012, 06:12 PM
Yes his mouth has an uncanny resemblance to The Jokers. Mason, Simon, Russell and Jaxx - The Diabolical Four.

Wirral70
10-12-2012, 06:19 PM
Yes his mouth has an uncanny resemblance to The Jokers. Mason, Simon, Russell and Jaxx - The Diabolical Four.

Can we have a sextet of baddies? Caroline Lyndsay plus the utterly grotesque Nicola George can make up a really terrifying line up!!

Mommabear
10-12-2012, 06:26 PM
His outbuilding collapsed the other day :wonder:

deanos
10-12-2012, 06:43 PM
Saw him mentioning a Samsung TV they are selling, apparently you can get a Philips one for £1500 but his will be much lower, last time it went for £899 and was £100 dearer than elsewhere, but why was he comparing with another brand of TV ?

newtobid
10-12-2012, 07:04 PM
the 3d tv is not actually a 3dtv

it is a 2dtv that converts into a 3d image if a setting is pressed

not the same thing and hence comparasions are silly

newtobid
10-12-2012, 07:07 PM
"buy this christin lars to become part of this exclusive club"

merryone
11-12-2012, 08:47 AM
"buy this christin lars to become part of this exclusive club"

Yeah, the "They must 'ave seen me coming club!":giggle:

radio_dayz
11-12-2012, 09:26 AM
I saw the TV he was selling too. He compared it to a Philips TV at a higher price, with what he admitted, has a differnt spec So how can you compare if the Philips has a higher specification I wonder?? He also said it has freeview HD and Freesat HD built in, and you only have to use an aerial. Don't forget the satellite dish Mike, which is needed to receive freesat!

Wirral70
11-12-2012, 09:45 AM
I saw the TV he was selling too. He compared it to a Philips TV at a higher price, with what he admitted, has a differnt spec So how can you compare if the Philips has a higher specification I wonder?? He also said it has freeview HD and Freesat HD built in, and you only have to use an aerial. Don't forget the satellite dish Mike, which is needed to receive freesat!

Don't virtually all Bid presenters compare their products to other well known brands?

Gianni Ricci - Breitling, Omega etc
Thomas Brooks - Crombie
Laurelle - Calvin Klein, Gucci
Tommy & Kate - Fendi, Louis Vuitton
Aquaswiss - Rolex

The list is endless. The crazy thing was the TV Mike was selling is very good, it didn't need any spiel. It was a well overpriced, end of line product though (of course).

radio_dayz
11-12-2012, 09:57 AM
Don't virtually all Bid presenters compare their products to other well known brands?

Gianni Ricci - Breitling, Omega etc
Thomas Brooks - Crombie
Laurelle - Calvin Klein, Gucci
Tommy & Kate - Fendi, Louis Vuitton
Aquaswiss - Rolex

The list is endless. The crazy thing was the TV Mike was selling is very good, it didn't need any spiel. It was a well overpriced, end of line product though (of course).

I wondered why I couldn't find a seller of that TV in the UK! I found a seller in Germany charging 829 Euro, which is a lot cheaper than bid. I have a 37" Samsung Smart TV and it is very good, but I think a Philips TV at twice what I paid for my Sammy has to be better. If you compare TV's, it has to be on a spec to spec as well as price basis.

Wirral70
11-12-2012, 10:39 AM
I wondered why I couldn't find a seller of that TV in the UK! I found a seller in Germany charging 829 Euro, which is a lot cheaper than bid. I have a 37" Samsung Smart TV and it is very good, but I think a Philips TV at twice what I paid for my Sammy has to be better. If you compare TV's, it has to be on a spec to spec as well as price basis.

The model number didn't relate to a UK model but there is a UK version that just has extra letters after the number, it's not in production and hasn't been for over a year.

The Samsung is a decent mid range set but not remotely comparable to a Philips, high end £1000+ TV. Bid were charging about £100 over the odds compared to current, higher spec models.

radio_dayz
11-12-2012, 11:26 AM
Bargains on sit-up are very rare nowadays.

Wirral70
11-12-2012, 11:52 AM
Bargains on sit-up are very rare nowadays.

I suppose at least you can spread out the payments, and it's interest free. Even the P+P is fine compared to £8 for a pair of stud earrings!

Don't get me wrong it's a really good TV and will do everything most people want but if you were lucky enough to have the cash you can get a much better deal on the web or even highstreet.

deanos
11-12-2012, 02:00 PM
Same TV £699 + extras thrown in (think its same anyway)

http://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/national-deal/ASK-Direct/14361918?CID=UK_AFF_1047_10_1_1&utm_source=aff_1047&utm_medium=aff_10&utm_campaign=aff_1&utm_content=aff_1&nlp

Paul_s
11-12-2012, 02:31 PM
I saw the TV he was selling too. He compared it to a Philips TV at a higher price, with what he admitted, has a differnt spec So how can you compare if the Philips has a higher specification I wonder?? He also said it has freeview HD and Freesat HD built in, and you only have to use an aerial. Don't forget the satellite dish Mike, which is needed to receive freesat!

Eh? I'm confused. Who needs a TV when there's the USB internet dongle that can receive 2 billion channels.

Yet Mike pays £65 a month for Sky?

WTF :wonder:

bidtvbs
11-12-2012, 02:42 PM
he pays £75 a month for sky, he paid £900 for his 1st camcorder, he purchased some snow socks for £30, his aftershave cost him £78 (although he never mentions which brand it is) he seems to keep getting ripped off.

radio_dayz
11-12-2012, 03:02 PM
Don't forget the overcoat he paid hundreds for too. He really is a shit shopper!

Mommabear
11-12-2012, 03:06 PM
.......and £30 for a scarf

They must say 'here's that Mikeyboy off the shopping channel, he pays loads more than anybody else for everything, quick, let's up the prices' :happy:

deedee
12-12-2012, 09:35 PM
Don't forget the overcoat he paid hundreds for too. He really is a shit shopper!

You're absolutely right RD, he's just said he paid £500 for one of his winter coats.
I'm a bit concerned that he seems to be shopping in the wrong places and is paying far too much for all of his goods and services! :confused::confused:

Price Plunge
13-12-2012, 10:34 AM
You're absolutely right RD, he's just said he paid £500 for one of his winter coats.
I'm a bit concerned that he seems to be shopping in the wrong places and is paying far too much for all of his goods and services! :confused::confused:
Most of the presenters don't seem to be that bright in their shopping habits, it seems :wink:

Seriously, if any presenter makes such a claim on a regular basis you begin to question both their judgement and their honesty, even though we should be able to guess that if such a claim was true then they were referring to a far superior branded product for the higher price they paid, but of course they conveniently fail to mention this in their sales pitch. (There's a limit as to how you can legitimately compare two very different products.)

Mommabear
13-12-2012, 05:51 PM
He's selling socks, 15 pairs for £2.99, he pays £10 for three pairs. Quite cheap for him :wonder:

bidtvbs
13-12-2012, 05:56 PM
He's selling socks, 15 pairs for £2.99, he pays £10 for three pairs. Quite cheap for him :wonder:

He said he bought 3 pairs for £10 from a well known supermarket chain. I don't think they sell them that expensive in supermarkets do they?

Mommabear
13-12-2012, 05:57 PM
He said he bought 3 pairs for £10 from a well known supermarket chain. I don't think they sell them that expensive in supermarkets do they?

They do when they see him approaching :giggle:

bidtvbs
13-12-2012, 06:03 PM
I think Mikey should hire a personal shopper to teach him how and where to shop the poor bloke gets ripped off with everything he buys.

And Moet&muffins please tell us which fragrance Mikey bought for £78?

Price Plunge
13-12-2012, 07:12 PM
Mikey now going into overdrive mode whilst he's selling a Stührling watch. ("This watch is nothing short of spectacular...")

cazzie
13-12-2012, 07:16 PM
the 3d tv is not actually a 3dtv

it is a 2dtv that converts into a 3d image if a setting is pressed

not the same thing and hence comparasions are silly

It is a 3d tv but it has the function to convert 2d to 3d with the button, to watch 3d they would need to put in 3d media hence they did the conversion.