- People shunned Amazon to buy electronics from China – with terrible results
- As these snaps prove, some people’s purchases really are too good to be true
- Inclused ‘Deats by Nani’ headphones that arrived in place of ‘Beats by Dre’
While some people queue for hours and spend a small fortune to get their hands on the latest iPhone or Apple watch, other people try and beat the system by ordering one online.
But rather than purchasing electrical goods from Amazon or eBay, some canny shoppers attempt to order cheap versions from China. And as these hilarious photos attest, you really do get what you pay for.
From dubious phones to ‘Deats by Nani’ headphones that arrived in place of ‘Beats by Dre’ ones, disgruntled shoppers have taken to social media to share the laugh-out-loud bad electronic knockoffs that have arrived in the post.
People have taken to social media to share the worst electrical knock offs they’ve witnessed – including a hilarious take on the iconic Beats By Dre headphones
People who ordered cheap electronics online are surely regretting their decision to beat the system. Many of the goods have hilariously subtle differences to their original, including this ‘Nokla’ phone, right
A man who was hoping that an X-Box would arrive on his doorstep after ordering online was left disappointed to receive this PlayStation X-Box hybrid
As these hilarious photos attest, some people’s purchases really are too good to be true
Someone spotted this ridiculous Playstation rip off when they were shopping in Asia, proving you do get what you pay for
Someone who didn’t want to queue – or pay through the nose – for the new iPhone ordered one online but was sorely disappointed when this arrived
This dubious version of a Nintendo games console left one online shopper bitterly disappointed
In many cases, the electronic knock-offs were just one letter short of being the real deal
With the name ‘PCP station’, shoppers shouldn’t have been surprised that this device was just £9
Just because this console and the Wii device have the same phonetic spelling doesn’t make them equal
Some of the electronic accessories were so ridiculous, shoppers were left wondering if they were a joke
A disgruntled shopper who thought she was onto a sweet deal was left shocked when this botched iPhone 6 arrived
One company went as far as to use Barack Obama’s image to promote their ‘Blockberry’
These images of online electronic purchases gone wrong might be enough to put you off shopping online