Tuesday, September 18th 2012

Overclockers UK is Moving Location Commencing the 22nd October 2012

Overclockers UK is expanding at a phenomenal rate in both product range and business demand, and the time has come to move into a much bigger and better warehouse. The new warehouse triples our current warehouse capacity and we will further expand our product range, customer and technical services, along with logistics. All of this will lead to a faster, more comfortable and more convenient shopping experience at Overclockers UK.

WHEN ARE WE MOVING?
On the weekend of 20th October 2012 Overclockers UK are moving and we'll be up and running from our new location as of 22nd October 2012.

Our new location means we will be able to serve both our online and shop customers even better. Please be aware that as of Monday 22nd October customers picking up orders from our shop, will need to make sure they come to our new location.

The new location is just 5 minutes away from our old High Carr Business Park location and remains easily accessible from both the M6 and A34. Please refer to the map below for more detail or to plan your route to our new location.

WHERE WE ARE MOVING TO?
Overclockers UK
Unit 5 Lymedale Cross
Lower Milehouse Lane
Newcastle-under-Lyme
ST5 9BT

For more information including a map with driving directions, please click here.
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7 Comments on Overclockers UK is Moving Location Commencing the 22nd October 2012

#1
UbErN00b
I will say OCUK customer support has gotten a LOT better over the last couple of years compared to how they used to be, I suspect this is the reason they have seen such growth and hope they remember it too. Only thing is they are more expensive than other online retailers such as Ebuyer etc, sort that out OCUK and you will see a lot more of my money.
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ironwolf
There are Morrison's restaurants in the UK? Learn something new every day LOL. :D
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#3
Jizzler
ironwolf said:
There are Morrison's restaurants in the UK? Learn something new every day LOL. :D
I was wondering the same thing, but it seems that Morrisons in the UK are supermarkets and not related to the closed cafeteria style restaurants.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morrisons

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morrison's_Cafeteria

Now I'm feeling all nostalgic :)

Ate at a Morrisons in the Dadeland Mall, Miami (I think) quite a few times during the late 80s/early 90s.
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#4
UbErN00b
ironwolf said:
There are Morrison's restaurants in the UK? Learn something new every day LOL. :D
Morrisons is a UK supermarket, probably not the same thing you're thinking of ;)
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#5
Vancha
It amazes me that they have such success with their prices...
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#6
Roph
Why does anyone buy from OCUK? They reliably overprice nigh everything they sell.

Find almost any random item and compare it elsewhere. You can get it cheaper from the other usual culprits; dabs / ebuyer / microdirect / scan / aria.
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#7
Initialised
Oh well, still in the other Newcastle
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