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06.17.10

When looking for high quality grandfather clocks and good grandfather clock discounts, many customers are unsure as to where to turn to get a good or great discount.  Also, many grandfather clock shoppers don’t know the difference between the different types of grandfather clock brands, nor do they know which brands are best.  Grandfather clocks features can cause a conundrum much of the time as well for grandfather clock shoppers.

At 1-800-4CLOCKS.com, we take the time to talk to customers about all of the above, in a very low pressure way, so that they feel they can make an informed and intelligent choice about their floor clocks or gift-giving selections.  At the same time, with our everyday low price guarantee, consumers and organizations can be sure they are getting a good deal.  We also throw in a lot of extras to make the sale both an even better deal and to make delivery and set-up and initial and future operation of grandmother clocks and grandfather clocks as easy as possible.  We want customers to come back time and time again, which many do, and to recommend us to their friends and family, which many also do.

One sad development in recent years, which we see accelerating likely both because of the current economic state and the giant Far East factory production, is a flooding of the marketplace with inferior grandfather clocks.  Some of these clocks are carried and sold by large, well known, and highly regarded chains of department stores and specialty stores (we can’t name names for concern of being sued).  Some of these sub-standard grandfather clocks have model names that are the same model names of clocks made by high-end manufacturers, and the names make them “sound” like well-known long-established brands.

Sadly, we get many calls from customers about their XYZ grandfather clock, and we know right away they have purchased a clunker.  The clocks have no paperwork, nothing about whom to contact if there is a problem, no hint at where they were made, etc.  In a word, these customers are, excuse the term, screwed.  And there is nothing we can do to help them with their “lemon” except to suggest they buy a quality grandfather clocks next time — something we know they don’t want to hear, at least no right then.  A grandfather clocks word to the wise.

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