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I have had pretty good luck with as is items. Like Mousiegirl says, if you receive an as is item that is defective, you can ask for the full amount to be refunded, plus not be charged for return shipping.  I also agree with Shopr, that the savings on as is items seems to be shrinking.

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I have had pretty good luck with as is items. Like Mousiegirl says, if you receive an as is item that is defective, you can ask for the full amount to be refunded, plus not be charged for return shipping.  agree with Shopr, that the savings on as is items seems to be shrinking.


 

@rosehill, rosehill, did you receive the Luminara candles yet?

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Yes Mousiegirl. I received them at the end of last week, and finally opened them a few days ago. I have not put batteries in them yet, and tested the timers. I love them. I love them so much, that I ordered some as is of the same design, today for my DIL. I sure hope she loves them as much as I do. I think they are beautiful, and they probably look even more beautiful when lit. 

 

The light grey color is growing on me, and I may even consider them. What do you think of the light grey? There are some really good reviews of the grey.

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Yes Mousiegirl. I received them at the end of last week, and finally opened them a few days ago. I have not put batteries in them yet, and tested the timers. I love them. I love them so much, that I ordered some as is of the same design, today for my DIL. I sure hope she loves them as much as I do. I think they are beautiful, and they probably look even more beautiful when lit. 

 

The light grey color is growing on me, and I may even consider them. What do you think of the light grey? There are some really good reviews of the grey.


 

@rosehill I'm so glad you love them.  I can't get enough of them.  I put one inside of a red glass holder to see what they would look like inside of something, and it looked wonderful.

 

The grey looks nice during presentations, but I can't think of where to put that color here right now.  I will look at them again. Smiley Happy

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@rosehill wrote:

Yes Mousiegirl. I received them at the end of last week, and finally opened them a few days ago. I have not put batteries in them yet, and tested the timers. I love them. I love them so much, that I ordered some as is of the same design, today for my DIL. I sure hope she loves them as much as I do. I think they are beautiful, and they probably look even more beautiful when lit. 

 

The light grey color is growing on me, and I may even consider them. What do you think of the light grey? There are some really good reviews of the grey.


 

@rosehill I'm so glad you love them.  I can't get enough pf them.  I put one inside of a red glass holder to see what they would look like inside of something, and it looked wonderful.

 

The grey looks nice during presentations, but I can't think of where to put that color here right now.  I will look at them again. Smiley Happy


They look too blue for me, rosehill.

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Haha! Outlet road trip it is! (Though they're not having any good extra percent off sales this month unfortunately. I need to cut back anyway...)
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Haha! Outlet road trip it is! (Though they're not having any good extra percent off sales this month unfortunately. I need to cut back anyway...)

Oh, don't we all? ;-)  I will be giving away some more Christmas items whenever I starting pulling it all out this year. 

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@SHOPR @J9  We need to practice the saying, "when you bring in a new item, take out an old one" and then we wouldn't be so overrun with decor.  I've been donating but I just bring more in.  I'm not tempted by new items for today though so maybe I'm getting better.

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@SHOPR @J9  We need to practice the saying, "when you bring in a new item, take out an old one" and then we wouldn't be so overrun with decor.  I've been donating but I just bring more in.  I'm not tempted by new items for today though so maybe I'm getting better.


 

I keep telling DH this re his clothes, but unless I steal something without him knowing, nothing leaves, so I have become a clothes thief.

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@lucymo wrote:

@SHOPR @J9  We need to practice the saying, "when you bring in a new item, take out an old one" and then we wouldn't be so overrun with decor.  I've been donating but I just bring more in.  I'm not tempted by new items for today though so maybe I'm getting better.


 

I keep telling DH this re his clothes, but unless I steal something without him knowing, nothing leaves, so I have become a clothes thief.


@mousiegirl  Your DH is my kind of guy.  I have a thing about getting rid of clothes too.  But, honestly, I am overrun with clothes too.  I can only wear so many.  Every year I get a new sequined dress, jacket or scarf for holiday events but never dispose of any of them.  I told myself this is the year to do that.  We'll see.  :-)