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Topic # 111748 13-Nov-2012 20:09
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Samsung Chromebook 11.6" For Sale
Be the first to get your hands on it
$450 is what I'm after, asking pretty much what I paid for it including shipping to US, then to NZ and currency conversion charge on credit card. 
Brand new boxed, bought for someone who doesn't want it any more.
I paid $249 for chromebook, freight to US $15.00 and then freight and insurance to NZ $95 US which makes it $359 US converted to NZ comes to $439 + 2.5% currency conversion charged by bank $10.98 total comes to $449.98 and was hoping to make a bit as it's currently sold out

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  Reply # 716668 13-Nov-2012 20:17
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Freight and insurance for $95? What'd you use? Sounds awfully steep

Either way, good luck with sale



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  Reply # 716670 13-Nov-2012 20:19
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Yeah it was packed in a really large box,so the volumetric weight was lot more than what it should have been as laptop box it really small.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 723827 27-Nov-2012 20:11
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Sold to fuhsiang Thanks everyone

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