Offer & Pricing
On every product details page, you will find information about delivery times and the availability of the respective product. The following entries will be displayed:
- Delivery: between x and y: The product can be delivered between the given number of days and can be ordered.
- Only x stock products available: Only a limited number of stock remain. The number shows how many are still available for purchase.
Note: The availability refers to one of the desired products. Should you wish to order more, the availability may differ.
The price of the product is determined by the distributor. On the one hand, the distributor can adapt the price as he or she wishes. On the other hand, it is possible that several distributors offer the same product at different prices. Should a specific product not be available from a distributor, the same product may be displayed for a different price by another distributor. It can, however, be the case that the current price of the product differs from the price which the product previously cost when you added it to your shopping basket. Please note that the current price of the product cannot be reserved.
Additionally, on myWorld.com, prices include statutory sales tax for the respective country in which myWorld is active. When sending a product to another country, it may be that, due to differing statutory sales tax rates, the end price differs. As this is dependent on the delivery address, the final price of the product is only confirmed once the delivery address is confirmed at the end of the purchase process.
The EU energy label was introduced by the European Union as a means of identifying the level of energy which an appliance consumes to ensure that electronic devices and lighting use less energy. This simplified system is designed to help consumers when making a purchase decision, as they are able to objectively consider whether the product is right for them based on the clear labelling system indicating its level of energy consumption. In keeping with the guidelines, the energy label must be easily visible, positioned either on the top or on the front of the energy-consuming product. Products which consume energy when used and thus require an EU energy label are, for example, washing machines, fridges, hoovers, ovens etc.
You will find the following information on the EU energy label:
- A coloured scale which acts as a representation of the energy efficiency class to which the products belong. The green columns (A) represent the most efficient devices and the red columns (G) represent the most inefficient energy consumption class. Further gradations exist (A+, A++ or A+++) within these classes.
- Other information may also be displayed (depending on the product), such as annual water consumption in litres, the annual energy consumption in kWh etc.
Should you require more detailed information regarding the energy efficiency class of any product, you can find this in the product information on myWorld.com or in the handbook which is delivered with the product.