As we've said before, this is what makes a complete mockery of their urgent-toned 'you must buy now, this is gonna sell out!' sales tactic. To an extent, it would be a valid approach if the item wasn't due back on air for say at least 2 months. However, given much of their stuff shows up again x days later or after a couple of weeks, it just makes the whole urgency thing completely and utterly unwarranted.FFS that bloody linear treadmill is back again, only sold out a few days ago.
Now with a demo from a granny who looks like she was an extra in Shaun of the dead.
I'm just waiting for Jenny's story to come on for the millionth time this year.
Let's face it, on any selly telly not just Unideal World, very few products have true heritage.Shaun - "tell us about the brand"
Bordell - "They started in 2003, it was launched with lots of premium Swiss brands, they were different, they were innovative, blah, blah"
More lies from the con artist, that's the history of the original Nubeo, which were made in Switzerland, which is no longer with us, not the Nubeo you're flogging, their history is Solar Time acquired the old defunct Nubeo's name and started a totally new Nubeo brand, which are made in China.
Yep.Was it shown as being the cheapest it has ever been shown at compared to the last even cheaper price since the last cheapest price that was more than the last one?
Don't show me a carpet cleaner on freshly spilled stuff, show me how well it cleans a real-life dirty section of carpet.Just watch a BBQ show, and some of the lids, tray etc are pretty manky, do they not give them a proper clean before going on air. Thought to myself, why don't IW use Shadazzle, which Simon Iles says is great for cleaning burnt in grease from ovens, pans, grills & BBQs etc, for cleaning the BBQ stuff? Or maybe they have and it just doesn't work on real burnt in grease just the fake studio grease.
Mark Stewart is even worse, he never seems to cook anything as he just dishes up the food which is already cooked.The guy on the BBQ show makes Paul Bodel look like a Michelin star chef …
Mike M has completely the wrong sales pitch when doing the Hoover vacs. He tells the story of his dear old ma and how he remembers her using a Hoover when he was a child. It eventually gave up, sucked its last suck as he says, so what did his ma do? Well of course, she went out and bought another Hoover. He then talks about all these other brands that come along with their 'bells and whistles', however they invariably aren't as good as Hoover, who are the original and the best.
So what is the viewer to think when you're on a couple of days later selling a different brand of vacuum, telling us it's the best thing since sliced bread?!?
As others have said, it's almost as if they treat each show as being in a bubble, completely standalone, with absolutely no thought of what they've said in previous shows or will say in future ones.