65 Balham Hill, London SW12 9DR, UK – 020 8265 7276
I have been dealing with Mr Salam for the past 17 years and I have found him to be most professional,trustworthy and honest I have no complain with his workmanship therefore I can honestly say that I am truly satisfied.
Excellent Service - understood the problem straight away, talked me through it step by step and solved the problem 1st time. Fantastic Customer Service, very friendly service and all done with a smile. Thanks so much would recommend Atlas to anyone - 5 stars all around.
unit a, 51-57 Effra Rd, Brixton, London SW2 1BZ, UK – 0344 561 0000
Very helpful staff. I used to work at a Currys and was always pushed to aggressively up-sell and push extra warranties which always frustrated customers, but staff here seemed far more keen on just helping you find the right product for you. Easy to get to with a bus stop right outside, handy as we had to lug a big telly home with us!
It has stuff, you can buy. It might not be the stuff you want, and what help you get is largely a matter of luck. For computer supplies, components, peripherals and consumables, the shelves seem very sparsely stocked on some occasions, and what the do have often seems to have been previously opened and returned - be vigilant. If they've got it and you need it quickly and the price is okay then go ahead and buy. But you will almost invariably be able to find a better range of choices at lower cost online, which is a shame. With Maplin gone there are precious few places left for electronics and computer enthusiasts, and Currys PC World is far from a cornucopia.
60 Salusbury Road, London SE19 3RW, UK – 020 8653 1552
Lovely shop lovely owners
180-182 High Rd, London SW16 1BH, UK – 020 8677 3031
Great store for all sorts of products including, books, stationery, magazines, calendars, birthday, Christmas and others cards. They also sell printers and printer inks for most of the popular makes. They sell all types of packaging materials. They used to sell DVDs and CDs, but I'm not sure they do now. And not forgetting there is a Post Office and a Bureau de Change inside on the first floor.
This branch of WHSmith is small, however it does have two floors. There is a post office on the upper floor. To get to the upper floor of WHSmith there is stairs and a lift towards the back. The post office on the upper floor has about seven counters. However sometimes there is one or two people available to serve so the que can get long. There is a WHSmith counter downstairs which sells a few books and other stationary supplies, there is also a few popular gift cards which can be bought downstairs.
11 Greyhound Ln, London SW16 5NP, UK – 020 3105 1498
Good stock much products 👍👍👍
Good stock of things I needed