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You Can Get Paid £35 An Hour To Watch TV

You Can Get Paid £35 An Hour To Watch TV

Spending hours in front of the telly has become the new norm for many of us.

Formerly, the activity would be tinged with guilt as we wondered what more 'productive' pursuits we could be getting up to.

But with the past three months spent in lockdown, we've found a new love for slobbing out in front of the box, entirely guilt-free - the way it should be.

Anyway, what if we told you you could actually be paid for the task?!

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Testing tellies? Sign us up (Credit: Pexels)
Testing tellies? Sign us up (Credit: Pexels)

Yes, there is literally a job on offer to test out tech such as TVs, home cinema systems and more.

Not only will you get to keep some of the gear, you'll be payed a very decent sum of £35 per hour.

The part-time position - official name: Tech Tester - is being recruited at UK online marketplace, OnBuy.

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According to the job ad: "If successful, you'll receive a selection of products from the site every month to make yourself familiar with, in order to improve the product page onsite.

"You'll be required to thoroughly test each product, focusing on design, performance and durability, as well as discussing qualities including sound, display, functionality and value for money."

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What OnBuy will want is a 200-word assessment of the piece of tech - which could also include smart watches, mobile phones, cameras, headphones - along with some nice photos.

You could also be asked to test smart watches, cameras and headphones (Credit: Pexels)
You could also be asked to test smart watches, cameras and headphones (Credit: Pexels)
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As we said you'll be making £35 per hour for a minimum of 20 hours per week, which means you'll be making at least £700 per week and £2800 per month. Not bad at all.

OnBuy founder Cas Paton said: "We aim to provide customers with accurate information and a seamless experience, so by collecting feedback from a tech expert, we can provide customers with in-depth information from someone who's really put the product through its paces.

"I'm confident our first Tech Tester will help deliver that, and it's important to us that the individual be a normal everyday tech enthusiast, who commonly uses the products on sale and knows what consumers are looking for.

"Depending on what customers want, they will now be able to read an insight-filled analysis from another gadget-loving consumer - without having to leave the product page!"

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OnBuy's Tech Tester job pays £35 an hour (Credit: Pexels)
OnBuy's Tech Tester job pays £35 an hour (Credit: Pexels)

If this sounds like the job for you, you can apply using the form here.

But be quick, there's currently only one Tech Tester position and we think it's going to be a popular one.

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Ciara is a freelance writer working for Tyla. After graduating with an English Lit and Media degree from the University of Sussex, Ciara held jobs at GLAMOUR and Yahoo Style before packing up for a solo travelling trip around South America.