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|Thank you for the follow up, Paul - and the fair price & reasonable shipping on quality merchandise. I promise to look your way first should the need for future purchases arise, as well as mention your establishment to friends on this side of the pond. |
Best of luck to you,
Eric W., Amityville
Hi Paul, Jacket arrived on time, many thanks, oh also please give my regards to the very helpful lady I spoke to on the phone.
John D., Flintshire
Just to thank you and let you know the wheels seem to do the job. They are a bit smaller than the originals, which must really have been more like 73-74mm in diam., but they seem to protrude sufficiently to work properly.
Thanks for your help.
Mr. D., Herts.
Walking stick ferrule arrived safely and fits very well. I was rather dubious aboout getting a ferrrule for a stick with an oval cross-section and no taper but this is fine and just needed a couple of good thumps on the floor to seat it firmly. All the best,
Robert A., Rugby
Thanks, once again, great service.
I would like to tell you an amazing tale.
I bought a Barbour Border jacket from you about 4 years ago. Great advice on the telephone, great customer service and great value.
I decided I needed to replace my 15 year old Beaufort jacket, but for the life of me, I couldn’t remember where I’d bought the Border jacket from. I searched on the internet, but was searching under Barbour not saddler. Suffice to say, I’d given up hope of remembering or finding your name.
I travelled to Chester yesterday to both the Barbour outlet and Outdoor & Country. Both told me nobody wants a navy Beaufort, they only stock the olive colour. So I’d resolved to ordering one online from O & C, but they were very expensive.
Late yesterday evening, my wife was watching BBC iPlayer. The item finished and she exited iPlayer. The tv defaulted back to a live broadcast. It was midway through an episode of, 'Cuckoo', the comedian Greg Davies was talking to a group of people. I think he was a canvassing politician.
I was reading a book, so looked up very briefly, but took little notice.
Then a child started shouting, I think he said “fat man”, "fat man”, “fat man”. This annoyingly drew my attention.
I looked up again, the screen cut to a wide shot, with Greg Davies walking away.
And you know what I’m going to write now.
There in the background was your shop with Cox the Saddler as clear as anything.
I couldn’t believe it, I said to my wife, “That’s the name of the shop I’ve been trying to find for ages”.
It is probably one of the most serendipitous moments in my life. There were so many coincidences.
For her iPlayer programme to finish at that time, and for the tv to default back to the channel we were watching earlier (it could have been one of several), and at almost the exact moment that your shop came into view. Even more amazing is that I looked at the tv at that particular moment. As I said, I was deep in a book, normally I wouldn’t bother, but the shouting child disturbed my concentration.
My very best regards, John
John M., Merseyside
Sara and Paul,
Thank you received today; a pleasure doing business with you.
Richard R., Luton
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