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Representative: 19.9% APR (variable); Purchase interest rate: 19.9% p.a. (variable);
Assumed Credit limit: £1,200

Minimum payment due still applies to 0% offer balances. Any remaining balance due after the 4-month promotional period or any baskets under £99 will be charged interest at 19.9% p.a. (variable). In order to maintain the 0% offer, you need to keep up monthly repayments and stay within your credit limit. Credit subject to status. Terms and conditions apply. UK residents only. PayPal Credit is trading name of PayPal (Europe) S.à r.l. et Cie, S.C.A. Société en Commandite par Actions Registered Office: 22-24 Boulevard Royal L-2449, Luxembourg RCS Luxembourg B 118 349.

Help & Advice

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  • How to Use Your Portable Generator In Case of a Power Cut

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  • Reclaim Your Garden this Summer

    Summer is here and now is the perfect time to get your garden in shape for those long afternoons in the garden and the family barbecues. How can you possibly relax with a good book under your tree if the deckchair has been reclaimed by the thicket? S Read more
  • How to Power a Developing Country

    It's no secret that the world's energy needs are growing more and more each day and our reliance on fossil fuels needs addressing. In our latest infographic, SGS Engineering takes a look at some shocking statistics about our energy consumption and wh Read more
  • Mystery Monday Round-Up for July

    It’s time again to look back over the month and recap the SGS Engineering Mystery Monday cars that we posted on our Facebook page for July. There were three vehicles featured across the last few weeks and in some cases we’ve seen our car nerds st Read more
  • How To Fit the Chain Brake on Your SGS Chainsaw

    Fitting the chain brake casing to your SGS chainsaw can be a little bit fiddly. This quick how-to should help if you're having any problems assembling your chainsaw.  Scroll through the picture how-to above and follow the instructions. We also have Read more
  • Ordering The Correct Gas Strut for Your Camper/Recreational Vehicle

    If you're the owner of a camper van then you will know just how much you rely on the gas struts for lifting, lowering and adjusting of the various tailgates, van roofs and bonnets found on every camper van. It can be incredibly frustrating and e Read more
  • Mystery Monday Round-Up for June

    Thanks to the way the Mondays have fallen in June, we’ve had the added treat of getting an extra week in our Mystery Monday challenge. Five different cars have graced the SGS Engineering Facebook page this month, some of which proving to be quite t Read more
  • The Power of the Gas Strut

    At SGS Engineering, we live and breathe gas struts and are the experts when it comes to these ingenious little devices. We know that our gas struts deal with some impressive forces and this led us to question what the equivalent cumulative power of Read more
  • Typical Power Ratings of Common Electrical Equipment

    You can use this guide to help select the appropriate generator for your needs. This is an approximate guide only. Please consult the equipment manufacturer for precise wattage. If in doubt, select the next largest generator.  1000Watts = 1.0KW Read more

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