MacRumors has learned that British electronics retailer Currys, which co-brands some locations as Currys and PC World, has added the Apple Watch to its internal inventory system as it gears up to begin selling the wrist-worn device.
Currys and PC World has a large presence throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, with a combined 295 superstores and 73 high street stores in both countries. It remains unclear how many of those locations will be carrying the Apple Watch.
When searching for the Apple Watch on the Currys website, a banner informs customers that the device is "currently not available at Currys and PC World" and advertises a range of smartwatches from Sony, Motorola, LG, Pebble and others.
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Top Rated Comments
Seriously, these guys are the dregs. The staff are clearly paid next to nothing and treated like dirt, they know nothing about the product(s) you enquire about and all they are there to do is "shift boxes" by pointing you at wherever device will earn them the most commission that day.
If there was ever a way for Apple to devalue the Apple/Watch "Experience", selling in C/PCW is it.
You have been warned...
Oh wait wrong Curry...
Me: "I would like to purchase this laptop please" points to laptop that I had selected after browsing what was available.
Sales Person: "I can offer you a better deal on this one" points to laptop I wasn't interested in.
Me: "No thank you, I would like this one please"
SP: "Sir, I think you should consider this one, I can offer you a much better price"
Me: "I'm not interested in that one, I would like this one please"
SP: "You should really take a look at this one"
Me: "I've chosen this one and I would like to purchase it please"
SP: "Sir, I insist that you should look at this other model, I can do you a fantastic deal"
Me: "No thank you, I've already looked at that one and it doesn't meet my requirements. Could you please sell me the one that I have chosen"
SP: "But sir this other model is considerably less expensive I really think you should reconsider"
Me: "Ok, I have reconsidered. I won't be buying anything from you today" makes to leave store.
SP: " [expletive] you. Thanks for wasting my time"
Suffice to say that I haven't been back to a PC World ever since.
If anyone buys any Apple device from PC-World then I really feel sorry for them. PC-W do not know the meaning of support (And guidance). They are the last place in the world to buy any electronic kit let alone something a sophisticated as an Apple Watch.
For those on the R-H side of the Pond, PC-W is worse than Best-Buy.
The previous comments about warranty are only the tip of the iceberg.