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# 160407 5-Jan-2015 22:40
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Been a while since I posted something here, but I'm sure you all love a good SSD deal.

The prices are mentioned in the subject, and are in USD including delivery.

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  # 1208857 5-Jan-2015 22:59
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So anyone know roughly how much youshop would charge to get one of these drives back to nz?



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  # 1208858 5-Jan-2015 23:00
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jtbthatsme: So anyone know roughly how much youshop would charge to get one of these drives back to nz?


Would be the minimum, isn't it $15 or $17?

Amazon charge ~$5.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1208861 5-Jan-2015 23:06
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When you say $15-$17 is that nzd or usd? I know that the Amazon prices are usd but this may end up being my first ssd purchase as my pc hard drive died so was thinking of possibly going for a 120ish gig ssd instead of a 2Tb hard drive with those prices though I might be able to get a 256 instead of the smaller size.



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  # 1208863 5-Jan-2015 23:10
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jtbthatsme: When you say $15-$17 is that nzd or usd? I know that the Amazon prices are usd but this may end up being my first ssd purchase as my pc hard drive died so was thinking of possibly going for a 120ish gig ssd instead of a 2Tb hard drive with those prices though I might be able to get a 256 instead of the smaller size.


I'd say NZD, but having not purchased through them before, I can't be sure.

The total price, delivered, using Amazon's currency converter, for the 256GB is: NZD 129.27

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  # 1208884 6-Jan-2015 00:23
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Only the 256 and 1TB show as shipping internationally. Hmmmm, 256 is a bit small and 1tb is way worse value per gig. May wait this one out.




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Master Geek

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  # 1208885 6-Jan-2015 00:25
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richms: Only the 256 and 1TB show as shipping internationally. Hmmmm, 256 is a bit small and 1tb is way worse value per gig. May wait this one out.


Yea, noticed not long ago that the other two sizes have sold out.

They will be back in stock at some point though, and the prices aren't going to rise over time.



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  # 1208886 6-Jan-2015 00:29
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You can also find Amazon under the 'Other Sellers' which gives an estimate for when more will be in stock, and allows you to purchase.

"In stock on January 8, 2015" for the 128GB.

 
 
 
 




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  # 1209738 7-Jan-2015 10:24
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richms: Only the 256 and 1TB show as shipping internationally. Hmmmm, 256 is a bit small and 1tb is way worse value per gig. May wait this one out.


512GB back in stock, not sure how long for though.

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