3, Robinsons Industrial Estate, Shaftesbury St, Derby DE23 8NL, UK – 01332 298400
Fab service here .... had a problem with business printer and they came out and sorted it immediately . will always support a Company that supports its clients.
Excellent, friendly but professional advice and service. They never try to sell you anything. They offered a free refill when I just happened to mention that the last one had printed fainter than usual. Price, on mine anyway, not increased in years. I pay £32.99. Manufacturers new are nearly £60, even with shopping around.
Kingsway Industrial park, Kingsway Park Cl, Derby DE22 3FT, UK – 01332 345950
Can't fault, Simon was very experienced and knowledgable!
Great UK company
66-68 Babington Ln, Derby DE1 1SX, UK – 01332 343469
Can't go wrong if you go here. If they don't have what your looking for, which is very rare by the way, they will point you in the right direction.
All I needed was a simple iec cable. Not only are there no large electronic retailers within Derby City centre, their prices are way too high. Stores such as maplins or pc world were charging upwards of £10 for a simple iec cable. I decided to use RF Potts, their prices are great, only £2.50 for a simple iec cable. Their staff were also very helpful and knowledgeable. I was also surprised by the vast selection of electronic, computer and audio components available. I would definitely recommend this store to anyone!
SU241, Derby DE1 2NQ, UK – 01332 362672
Love this shop ,lots of (funny) cards and aesthetic stationary ,only down side is it's a bit on the pricy side.
Very very nice shop again look around shop
5 London Rd, Derby DE1 2NS, UK – 01332 364259
The staff are very good and helpful you can get most things in the Stationary store including books,children toys Art and craft things etc
Everything you need from books to stationary good selection of magazines for children and adults well worth a visit
Derby Railway Station, Railway Terrace, Derby DE1 2RU, UK – 01332 343896
This small Smiths can get very busy at times. They stock magazines, drinks, chocolates, crisps etc. The staff are polite and generally friendly. Usually you would pay through the nose for items in a train station. Smiths at the train station has some reasonable pricing although you look at some items and think how much. There ia certainly a mark up here in prices but not as much as you would expect. A good place to get some snacks for your train journey but they do need to sort out some of their pricing.
Just what you need before a trip, papers/magazines, drinks and a few bites at reasonable prices. Can be busy at times
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