Hi there! Happy Friday and as I promised (requested too) here is my second post in my series of products I regret buying and this week it’s Gadgets – eBay & DHgate. I will say I love eBay and buy things there often but the lot below left a bad taste in my mouth. Let me know what you think and if you’ve had similar experiences.
1. Ipad connector – the first connector I bought was wrong for my iPad so my bad, I went back to same store and bought the correct one. When it arrived I read the instructions and proceeded to use it. To my disappointment it did not work so I waited till the weekend up try it out and it key telling me “item not recognised, functionality not accepted” in English that means it ain’t gonna work. So regretted spreading my £3.50 on not working items.
2. Mini tripod stand – I am not good with measurements so even though it said mini plus dimensions I was thinking small enough to take full picture with. Well it does that when I sling it onto my dresser but it’s legs are a bit wably and I am always scared it will drop my camera.
3. iPad stand – well this was one waste of space kinda item, my iPad did not even like being put in it so kept falling. Not sure if I will head back to this buyer.
4. Fake galaxy phone (DHgate) – a while back I wanted a galaxy phone (Korean version). Well I got Korean version o’right just it turned out to be a fake of a fake can you believe that lol fake of a fake. That was a new one on me and now my buying of mobiles is restricted to the UK shores only.
5. 5-in-1 connector – this like the iPad connector had same faults and now I feel like I am collecting a lot of junk for no other reason than I enjoy it lol x
So that’s the second post in the products I regret buying series. How good are you at purchasing electrical goods? My fault in being too frugal and trusting wrong people too much x
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