The Coby Electronics Corporation was an American manufacturer of televisions and other consumer electronics equipment. The headquarters of Coby were in Lake Success, NY. They shut down in 2013 although some corporate assets were purchased by Gordon Brothers Group in the same year, according to a Gordon Brothers press release.
Unfortunately for former customers of Coby, the Gordon Brothers Group did not acquire the liabilities of the defunct company. This fact means that individuals who received defective products were unable to exercise their prerogatives under any applicable warranties by contacting Gordon Brothers. HHGregg has independently decided to honor warranties for Coby products, according to Gizmodo. It is unclear how many, if any, other retailers honored Coby warranties as of January 2015.Learn More
Kirkland Signature products are the in-store brand of Costco, a popular wholesale members-only warehouse club. The Kirkland Signature label is applied to roughly 10 percent of products sold in Costco and is found on a wide variety of items throughout every store, from potato chips to blue jeans. Kirkland Signature products may also be bought online. Like many store brands, emphasis is placed on high quality and value.Full Answer >
EverStart batteries are made by Johnson Controls and sold at Walmart. There are automotive, marine, powersports, and lawn and garden batteries available in the EverStart product line.Full Answer >
Lenovo computers are made by the Chinese multinational corporation Lenovo Group, Ltd. This company was founded in Beijing in 1984 and was originally named Legend. In 2005, Lenovo bought American company IBM's personal computer business, and as of 2014, it is the largest vendor of personal computers in the world.Full Answer >
Cutting Edge Industries manufactures the Stiffel lamps as of 2014. The original Stiffel Lamp Company was bought by Salton, Inc., but it was acquired by CEI in 2013 in an attempt to return the brand to its former glory.Full Answer >