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Topic # 74853 9-Jan-2011 02:06
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i was goin to buy pentax k-r.
when i went to camera warehouse it was like 1200$
but from electron-world, its only 1079$
why is it so cheap?

and can i trust them? 

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  Reply # 425518 9-Jan-2011 19:24
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I have used them to buy an e-reader. They drop ship everything and they seemed pretty trustworthy to me. Not sure exactly where they get their stuff from though.

Would use them again.

edit. not an e-reader, it was my cellphone. And I ended up using them through sella as the price there was cheaper than their online store.

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  Reply # 425520 9-Jan-2011 19:28
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I have no experience with the site you mention but I do recommend www.cameras.co.nz they are owned and operated in Hamilton. and don't sell any parallel imported gear that most other discount camera e-stores do.

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