CONDITIONS OF SALE
1. All Orders shall be subject to these Conditions. The acceptance by the Seller of any Order from the Buyer shall be deemed to Incorporate these conditions and no variation contained In any Order form or other document of the Buyer shall have any force or effect whatsoever unless the Seller has expressly agreed thereto in writing.
2. Any representation made by or on behalf of the Seller shall not have any force or effect whatsoever unless the Seller has expressly agreed thereto in writing.
3. Prices are quoted and agreed in sterling on the basis of costs prevailing at the time. If after the Contract has been agreed but before the goods are invoiced the Seller shall sustain any direct or indirect increase in cost then the Seller may, by notice in writing to the Buyer, increase the price appropriately.
4. (a) The ownership of the goods passing under this contract shall remain with the Seller who reserves the right to dispose of the goods until payment in full for the said goods has been received by the Seller in accordance with the terms of this Contract or until such time as the Buyer sells the goods to its customers by way of bona fide sale at full market vale.
(b) The risk in the goods for insurance purposes shall pass to the Buyer.
(i) When the Seller delivers the goods in accordance with the terms of this Contract to the Buyer or its Agents or other person to whom the Seller has been authorised by the Buyer to deliver the goods or
(ii) If the goods are appropriated to the Buyer but kept at the Seller's premises at the Buyer's request the Seller shall have no responsibility in respect of the safety of the goods thereafter and accordingly the Buyer should insure the goods thereafter against such risks (if any) as it thinks appropriate.
(c) If payment due in accordance with the terms of this Contract is overdue in whole or in part the Seller may (without prejudice to any of its other rights) recover or resell the goods or any of them and may enter upon the Buyer's premises by its servants or agents for that purpose. Such payment shall be come due immediately upon the commencement of any act or proceeding in which the Buyer's solvency is involved.
(d) If any of the goods are incorporated in or used as material for other goods before the seller has received payment in full the property in the whole of such goods shall be and remain with the Seller until such payment has been made or the other goods have been sold as aforesaid and all the Seller's rights hereunder in the goods shall extend to those other goods.
(e) Until the Seller is paid in full for the goods the relationship of the Buyer to the Seller shall be fiduciary in respect to the goods or other goods in which they are incorporated or used and if the same are sold by the Buyer the Seller shall have the right to trance the proceeds thereof according to the principles in the re Hallett's Estate (1880 13 CLD 696). A like right for the Seller shall apply where the Buyer uses the goods in any way so as to be entitled to payment from a third party.
5. All prices are exclusive of:
(ii) Charges for packing, shipping, insurance, postage, carriage duties etc., which charges shall be for the account of the Buyer.
6. Unless agreed by the Seller in writing these Conditions shall in all respects be construed and operate in conformity with English law.
7. (a) Unless the Contract provides to the contrary the Seller may deliver by instalments.
(b) When delivery is to be made by instalments each instalment shall be treated as a separate Contract and delay, default or non delivery in respect of any instalment by the Seller shall not entitle the Buyer to cancel the remainder of the Contract.
(c) Failure by the Buyer to pay for any instalment or delivery when payment is due shall entitle the Seller to withhold further deliveries.
(d) If the Buyer fails to accept delivery of any goods when delivered or in the event of any goods being delayed at the Buyer's request or in the event of the Buyer failing to make any payment for goods when it is due the Buyer shall be liable to the Seller for all additional costs incurred by the Seller in relation to such goods or to any other goods which the Seller is then entitled to withhold.
(e) Unless expressly agreed no times quoted, specified or agreed for delivery of the goods by the Seller shall be of the essence of the contract.
8. (a) Prompt payment is of the essence of the contract.
(b) Payment is due in full within the agreed terms of the invoice.
(c) If payment of the price or any part thereof is not made by the due date the Seller shall be entitled to charge interest on the outstanding amount at the rate of 2.5% per calendar month.
9. If the Seller is prevented or delayed from making delivery of any goods by reason of acts of God war hostilities civil disturbances governmental restrictions strikes or industrial disputes or any other cause whatsoever beyond the Seller's control the Seller may give notice in writing to the Buyer either cancelling the Seller's outstanding obligations to deliver those goods which the Seller is prevented from delivering or extending the time for delivery by a period equivalent to that during which delivery has been prevented and the Seller shall not be liable to perform or to pay damages for non-performance in this event.
10. The cancellation of an Order by the Buyer shall not be effective without the prior written consent of the Seller and upon any cancellation the Buyer shall pay to the Seller such sum as is reasonable in respect of work done and material ordered or supplied.
11. Except where the Seller and the Buyer have otherwise expressly agreed in writing the Buyer is deemed to have satisfied himself as to the suitability of the goods for the purpose for which the Buyer requires them and the Buyer so warrants to the Seller.
12. No returned goods will be accepted unless a Goods Return Number is obtained and quoted on the Returned Parcels, with prior written consent of the Seller.
13. The Firm Reserves the right to levy a 20% handling charge on goods accepted back.
14. Notification of Damage or Wrongly shipped items must be made within 7 Days of invoice date, in writing.
15. SAPONA Limited will not be liable to any indirect, incidental or consequential damages.
Read the safety instructions provided carefully before using Bebipod and keep them for future references.
1. Ultraviolet light is damaging to the eyes and skin. Do not press the on button when the appliance is open and do not look directly into the light to avoid damage.
2. This appliance is used for teat and dummy sterilisation. Any other use is not recommended as it may cause damage to the product or user.
3. Do not use the steriliser if:
- the bulb has been damaged
- it does not work properly
4. This steriliser is an electronic product, don’t put it into water and avoid any splashing on the light tube.
5. Avoid strong blows against the UV ray lamp.
6. Never use detergents, petrol, window cleaner, furniture wax nor any other solvent to clean the steriliser.
7. This appliance is not designed for use by people (including children) who have reduced physical, sensory or mental capacities or who have no experience of and are not familiar with it, unless they are supervised by someone responsible for their safety or who is providing them with training in how to use this appliance.
8. Do not try and repair this product yourself as by opening it and handling it you may damage the device or expose it to a hazard.
9. The batteries must be inserted with their terminals placed properly.
- Dead batteries should be removed from the device.
- Take the batteries out when the device is put away or not used for long time periods.
THIS IS NOT A TOY! Don’t let children play with this device.Serious damage could be caused. This appliance must only be handled by adults. Children must be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the steriliser.
IMPORTANT: Bear in mind that any change or modification to the equipment not carried out by Bebipod, will not be covered by the product warranty.
Sapona Ltd offers a 12-month warranty for Bebipod from the date of purchase, for manufacturing defects on any of the materials in the product.
Sapona Ltd shall repair or replace the product within said period.
Only when it is not possible to repair the product, the user may request a replacement for the same item or one with similar features. Sapona Ltd shall be able to use parts of equivalent performance and reliability for the repair or replacement.
For the warranty to be valid, the user must present the receipt or invoice to Sapona Ltd that proves the product is still under warranty.
A new waranty period shall not start after repairing or replacing the product, it remains at 12 months from the date of purchase.
The user must follow the instructions for use carefully to start up and use the product. This warranty shall not be valid if the fault on the product is caused by accidental damage, misuse, inadequate maintenance or adjustment, or a repair carried out by an unauthorised service. In that case the user shall have to cover transport and repair costs.
No return shall be accepted without prior authorisation from Sapona Ltd.
Consumable parts, such as batteries or covers that suffer normal wear and tear are not under warranty, once the initial 6-month period is expired. The warranty shall only be valid for demonstrable defects that existed at the moment of purchase.