Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has seen many changes. From altering our working lives to managing our relationships with friends and family, we’ve all found new ways to adapt and thrive in an ever-uncertain time. One of these changes has been the increased use of electronic goods.
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The ‘Ecodesign and Energy Labelling Regulations’ better known as the ‘Right to Repair’ has now come into force. After calls for household appliances and electrical gadgets to be more repairable, the law has been put in place to ensure that companies selling consumer electronics need to ensure these goods can be repaired for up to 10 years.
As we start to think about taking down the Christmas decs and clearing away the leftovers, let’s stop and think about how we’re going to dispose of it all.
There’s no doubting this Christmas is going to be a difficult one for many. So let’s all try to do our bit and help in any way we can.
Running out of time and money this Christmas? We’ve got you covered!
Question – why do you trust a second-hand parachute but not a second-hand TV?
Instead of shop ’till you drop, we say slow down and buy second hand!
We give hand-me-downs to siblings, get excited over ‘vintage’ furniture and have cars with previous owners. So why not buy second-hand appliances too?
If you’re tired of an inbox full of deals and you’re sick of the sight of the colour red this month, you’re definitely not alone! Although savings can be a good thing if it’s something you really want, we think spending hours in a (virtual) shopping queue and shouting at your laptop screen isn’t a great way to spend a Friday!
Black Friday hasn’t even arrived yet and we bet your inbox, notifications and news feed are already packed with deals, sales and discounts!
According to finder.com, last year UK shoppers spent a whopping £5.6 billion in Black Friday sales. This figure is estimated to rise to £6 billion for Black Friday 2020.