Sunday, January 10, 2010

OSIM Is Customer Friendly

I recently transported my OSIM massage chair to my parents' house in another state. I must say that I had quite a hard time looking for relocaters who knew how to handle the chair, knew how to unhook and hook it back up as well as be responsible enough not to 'lose' it over the course of the long journey. I have no idea why I went through all the trouble looking for an honourable transportation company when all the while, the answer was right at my fingertips!

I called OSIM and yes, of course they have a relocation service. Damn! I WAS surprised - but it makes sense right? I mean this is not an easy to handle piece of equipment - it weighs 130kg and has sensitive parts.

So, anyway, they transported it for a VERY Reasonable price - that's the second reason right there why I love them.....Sorry - the third - the first is that I love their chair first of all.

But I would say one of the biggest reasons why I love them would be that upon arrival and test checking, we found that one of the arm massagers wasn't working anymore.....And guess what, they made it all ok - they replaced the sensitive part - all without COST! Now I know many of you out there would say that yeah that's what they HAVE to do since they moved it and caused the fault in the machine. But the thing is that, they did it without any fuss, without any issue to me about even paying a portion of the cost or labour charges, ANYTHING! And the thing actually cost quite a bit!

All you need to do to contact them is to write in to them via their website - and they'll call you back soonest.

So there you go - FIVE Major Reasons Why I Love OSIM.

1. It's easy to contact them
2. They are professional and efficient
3. They understand the services you require as an OSIM 'shareholder'
4. Their chairs are expensive yes, but they do also offer reasonable pricing for other services.
5. Their chairs are DA BOMB!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, January 05, 2010

NO Resolutions

Why do people lie to themselves??? If they really had the balls and gumption and willpower to make a change in their lives, they don't need to wait til a new year to state, hand on heart, that they are going to , , (sorry, watched 'Obsessed' on BIO last night....Hehehhehehehe....

So, for me, it's just tell myself I'm going to exercise on Tuesday and Thursday nights cos Wednesday nights are for American Idol Season.....Latest....and swimming with hubby on Sun morning. Other than that, I shall do what I can.....

Of course I didn't start today know...I attended a Press Launch and reached home at almost 9pm. So.....

TEEK Brasserie Lot 10

Today I attended a Press Launch at Teek Brasserie on the Rooftop of Lot 10. It was quite nice. I especially loved the rounded sofas and their table stands which looked like layers of meat stacked one on top of the other but a bit wonky to align with the quirkiness of the place. It's not really quirky though, but the sofas lended it that persona while the rest of it looked pretty conventional.

The food there is good and I Likee.....especially the Pan Seared Scallops which are apparently 2 for RM24.....but yum! The restaurant serves a mixture of Western and Eastern dishes and a 'Sar Hor Fun' goes for like RM32 so that gives you an idea of the price of the place. Probably good for a once in a while but not too often cos I don't see it having THAT much appeal to keep people going back for more. There is a bit of a drinky, hang out feel to the place that will probably put off the real food connoiseurs. Teek and the nearby club Rootz belong to the YTL Group so I got the message that the quality is there if you're willing to pay for it - not really prices of an arm and a leg but definitely pricier.

The h'or deouvres served that I liked tonight included the curry chicken pau which had very nice curry chicken (with santan) which I seldom go for, and the minced chicken salad was ok, there was also this very special spring roll dipped in passionfruit puree which was cool!!!!! The spring roll was filled with pieces of mango I think but it was different and very refreshing. And I really enjoyed the way the food was presented.

Someone asked for coffee, which I didn't have so can't say if they serve good coffee. But for you peeps who enjoy your cappucino - Starbucks in SS2 and Secret Recipe in Giant Kota Damansara serve them fact, the last time I went - the coffee was the only thing I really enjoyed in Secret Recipe! :(

Btw, Starbucks does not have an ISO Rating right???? Cos the Cappucino in the Penang and JB City Square Mall outlets were KRAPPPP!!!!