It works like this:
They buy it, find out it doesn’t work, find out they can’t get their moneyback, and then complain to us.
They come here asking if it works, we tell them no, they decide that we are “protecting our turf”, buy it anyway, find out it doesn’t work, find out they can’t get their money back, then ask us if we can help them get their money back.
OR,… I am sure you can supply some other variations.
There is no hygenic reason to bar returns on this product. The Epi-lady was designed to be “un-hygenic” when they made the inner spring non removable, and therefore uncleanable. When the spring was a removable cartridge, the product could be returned, but they had so many returns (Hey, $75 to $100 for a revolving coil spring!) they decided to protect their profits at the consumer’s expense. The skin contact surfaces on this device are cleanable. The only reason underwear is not returnable is because some contaminates require special cleaning to make it safe for reuse of the item. How would one know this was needed? As long as the skin contact surfaces were glass and or non porous metal, re-sanitation would be possible.
The line “this doesn’t effect your statutory rights” basically says, sue us and you can have your money back after much trouble and a court date.