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[Cuisinart] Cuisinart Conair Warehouse Sale - December 7th and 8th

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Cuisinart Conair Warehouse Sale - December 7th and 8th

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Drove by this sign today...
Hope this helps a few of you!

CONAIR CUISINART RUSK BaBylissPro
Warehouse Sale

Friday December 7th 12:00pm- 7:00pm
Saturday December 8th 9:00am- 6:00pm

100 Conair Parkway
Woodbridge, Ontario
L4H 0L2

From the last time I went, I would suggest arriving early and expect lineups but prices were so good on brandnew and refurb items. This is directly at Cuisinart and Conair.
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I bought a Cuisinart popcorn maker earlier this year. When I opened the box there was a bright yellow paper that said do not return to retailer and to contact us. I found that strange when I opened it but whatever. The very first time we tried to used the pop corn maker, billows of smokes started coming out and non of the pop corn popped. It then would not power on after that. So I email them on the email on the yellow paper and get "Please be advised that we do not cover the cost of shipping to us. As per our warranty policy, the cost of shipping to us is covered by you.". So they probably knowingly sold a defective product and then expected me to pay to ship it back to them to replace it.

I returned it for free via Amazon and refused every to buy a Cuisinart or Conair product ever again.

Not saying you will have a bad experience, just sharing mine.
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Warehouse sale at 12pm?

It used to be super early. So nothing good again...
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Jaytee wrote:
Dec 5th, 2018 9:32 pm
I bought a Cuisinart popcorn maker earlier this year. When I opened the box there was a bright yellow paper that said do not return to retailer and to contact us. I found that strange when I opened it but whatever. The very first time we tried to used the pop corn maker, billows of smokes started coming out and non of the pop corn popped. It then would not power on after that. So I email them on the email on the yellow paper and get "Please be advised that we do not cover the cost of shipping to us. As per our warranty policy, the cost of shipping to us is covered by you.". So they probably knowingly sold a defective product and then expected me to pay to ship it back to them to replace it.

I returned it for free via Amazon and refused every to buy a Cuisinart or Conair product ever again.

Not saying you will have a bad experience, just sharing mine.
That makes no sense at all. They wouldn't knowing sell you a defective product just to make a few bucks. They would lose much more in the long run since you won't buy from them again and will tell others not to.
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Jaytee wrote:
Dec 5th, 2018 9:32 pm
refused every to buy a Cuisinart or Conair product ever again.
Not saying you will have a bad experience, just sharing mine.
i've actually had the opposite experience
bought a electric kettle, stopped working probably 2 weeks before the warranty was over, probably because we over fill and water splashed onto the charging part(I am not exactly sure but it is possibly user error)

brought it to the warehouse, the gave me a new one, no questions asked.
I can understand why shipping is a bummer, if you are local, they are great.
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tew wrote:
Dec 5th, 2018 9:52 pm
That makes no sense at all. They wouldn't knowing sell you a defective product just to make a few bucks. They would lose much more in the long run since you won't buy from them again and will tell others not to.
The warehouse sale is all refurbished or re-certified electronics
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It's fair for companies to put that "do not return to store" yellow paper in the box. They are at loss if any purchase gets returned. Companies are directing customers to contact services before making returns. The "issues" can be something really simple.

Plus, returns are usually made with resellers(Amazon, in your case.), unless it's out of warranty but covered by manufacture warranty. This is also another reason why there's "all inclusive" extended warranty that you don't have to pay for shipment or anything during the warranty period.
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Bought both the red popcorn machine and the coldcut slicer from the warehouse. Popcorn machine works great 2 years later. Returned the coldcut slicer since it won’t cut much unless you intend cutting butter. POS.
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Jaytee wrote:
Dec 5th, 2018 9:32 pm
I bought a Cuisinart popcorn maker earlier this year. When I opened the box there was a bright yellow paper that said do not return to retailer and to contact us. I found that strange when I opened it but whatever. The very first time we tried to used the pop corn maker, billows of smokes started coming out and non of the pop corn popped. It then would not power on after that. So I email them on the email on the yellow paper and get "Please be advised that we do not cover the cost of shipping to us. As per our warranty policy, the cost of shipping to us is covered by you.". So they probably knowingly sold a defective product and then expected me to pay to ship it back to them to replace it.

I returned it for free via Amazon and refused every to buy a Cuisinart or Conair product ever again.

Not saying you will have a bad experience, just sharing mine.
I bought some stainless cookware last week and it had the same bright yellow instruction not to return to store.I Didn't like the cookware, it went back to Amazon
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blackston3 wrote:
Dec 5th, 2018 10:00 pm
The warehouse sale is all refurbished or re-certified electronics
Jaytee bought it from Amazon not the warehouse sale.
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Do they have those mini food processors? Theyre usually 35-40 on amazon
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Absence wrote:
Dec 5th, 2018 10:09 pm
It's fair for companies to put that "do not return to store" yellow paper in the box. They are at loss if any purchase gets returned.
This wouldn't be in issue if
1) Their products were good quality and they had decent quality assurance
2) I didn't have to pay for shipping for a repair. I'm guessing shipping would be around $20 for me for a $40 item that never worked once.
3) Part of the reason Costco is so popular is the easy return policy. Honestly, thats not my problem if the retailer accepts returns and thats the cost of doing business.
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So crap

A billion coffee makers and no one is buying them. Barely anything else

No big appliances and stand mixers, all sold out during yesterday's private family/friends sale. Very disappointing warehouse
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blackston3 wrote:
Dec 7th, 2018 1:31 pm
So crap

A billion coffee makers and no one is buying them. Barely anything else

No big appliances and stand mixers, all sold out during yesterday's private family/friends sale. Very disappointing warehouse

Agree...It was a better sale in previous years.

I picked up a toaster oven because I needed one and it didn't break the bank. It was pristine and not a scratch or dent on it. My cheap $20 B&D one lasted 18 yrs so we'll see if this one wioll live up to that.

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