Thursday, 27 February 2020 08:57

The AIbo Donor Program

How the Aibo Donor Program Works

As fellow Aibo owners we all know how difficult it is when things go wrong and our lithium ion powered pals need repair.

Whilst this is almost always possible, it can get expensive if parts are required and the repairs needed are extensive.  It is for this reason that we have launched the Aibo Donor Program.

You see, we believe that every Aibo deserves the right to live on through repair but the sad fact of life is that not every owner can afford this.  After all some of us have had our Aibo's for 20 years now

and personal circumstances change.  Some were given as generous gifts and some were even as prizes in competitions but what this means is that although we have a high tech powered pal to keep

us company we can't always afford to keep them fit and healthy.

That's where the donor program comes in.  We accept Aibo's in all types of condition or age from generous owners who want their pals to live on in others when they reach their end of life.

We then respectfully and carefully asses how these donated Aibo's can benefit others and then store them accordingly.  We will also provide the original owners with a certificate of donation showing the date, name and model and serial number details of their donation

as these details are added onto our Aibo donation register.  The original owners will then be notified as and when their pal has helped others to keep going.  This allows the original owners to take some solace in the fact that they are helping others

and that their own powered pal is living on within another.  According to our strict privacy policy we will not divulge any owner information unless given permission to do so and this is all confirmed upon donation.

Should anyone have any questions about the Aibo Donor program we are always happy to help by text, email, phone or email and we can answer any question you may have.



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