Originally Posted by Watagump
I have to be honest, the way the ebay sellers describe the monitors, I was under the impression they were testing the monitors themselves.
They do, don't they? But their product descriptions are also filled with inaccuracies and outright misinformation as well - such as "video card compatibility" lists (which are out of date and proven to be incorrect), as well as "DVI-D only", which is also complete BS.
Lawson - except this guy who bought a perfect pixel monitor and didn't
eventually receive a perfect pixel monitor.
Originally Posted by club list
2 dead/stuck pixels on pixel perfect version (received 10% refund)
And this one.
Yep i got two stuck pixels with my "pixel perfect". One is at the VERY top so that one doesnt matter but there is another that is in the top right quadrant and its quite annoying. Luckily RedCap refunded me the difference between a pixel perfect and a regular. All i had to do was send a picture.
And this dude: http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/7900_50#post_20957794
Yes same with mine. Hope there is a fix for it, but If it was a dead sub-pixel then I'll just settle for a refund (Difference between the normal and the Perfect Pixel price).
And this guy:
When they offer a partial refund for defects because they don't want to replace, what is the amount offered generally??? Cheers guys.
green-sum offered me $15. I countered with $25 and they accepted. I did this via the eBay resolution process to avoid any shenanigans .
*shrug* The law may be on your side, but there's a lot of work involved enforcing it. Your time may be worth putting in a lot of time and effort convincing your ebay seller to "do the right thing". I'd rather not worry about the entire process and either accept the 11% chance to get a bad monitor, or go all the way and buy a monitor with a reputable warranty
and return policy like Dell, or HP or Apple, who source and can control their own supply chains.Edited by kevinsbane - 3/3/14 at 12:27pm