Trevor Perry
In 1793 the original French definition of the metre was slightly off one ten-millionth the north pole-to-equator distance -- but at shoe-scales the ruler does not lie! '45' Caesars from Turkey are noticeably longer, both internally and externally, than original '45' Obamas made in Korea. And the soiled 'Joya', off-centre, leather back, heel-top tab would have been apparent to the dispatching packer. Consumer law assures buyers that discounted products are as good as full-priced ones, unless the seller clearly describes any differences or deficiencies. I find it really weird that Joya should choose, as its sole UK distributor, a company based in a remote Yorkshire hill-town, which never answers its telephones, over a firm within a significant population centre, with guaranteed walk-in customers. At full cost, Joyas are, in my opinion, over-priced. Half-price with minor flaws are acceptable, if notified, and I may keep the Caesars after cleaning the leather tab and re-checking the fit. Ladies' Joyas are mostly attractive but I find the men's multicoloured shoes stylishly incongrous, being drawn more to the one-colour styles. Capri sandals fall apart after 4 years but Obamas last very well. Joya should use a style-testing panel before tooling for production. I suspect some of the odder men's dark-light colour combinations sell very few.
1 year ago
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