….You can interperet this any way you like, but….
I’d like to say a mighty big ‘Thank You’ to the O2 Store in Brent Cross shopping centre.They treated me with utmost respect and care when I turned up to queue for my new iPhone 4G yesterday afternoon.
When I explained I had 2.5hrs of O2 in my concentrator, and after being told the queuing time could be 3 hrs, they took me under their wing. Not by queue jumping, how frightfully unBritish and unsporting that would have been!
But they brought me a chair and kept checking me in the queue every 10 minutes or so. Asking how my oxygen was going and bringing me cups of water. I was soon so waterlogged I began to think I would have to leave the queue to waddle off in search of a restroom! They even asked me if I’d need an ambulance if my oxygen ran out.
But I got to the front after 1hr 20 mins, and was served on a soft sofa by the Manager who understood it would be difficult to ask me to stand at a pod, and I was presented with my prize for queuing (after presenting my credit card!).
So here is iLudwig 4G as he is affectionally and musically known, and hopefully the last grainy picture on this blog, taken with my old iPhone 3G:
And I am eternally grateful for the kind and considerate way in which all the Staff at Brent Cross treated me, yesterday.
But especially to Danesh, the queue supervisor and Gary the Manager who served me.
It was an impromptu shopping trip, with a superb finale.
But seeing as I am such a great advocate for the little Airsep Freestyle O2 concentrator,
….I do wish the company would hurry up and reply to my email letter….
….You can also read about yesterday’s purchase experience on my Project365 blog, day 29, here!….