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  Reply # 1465261 7-Jan-2016 16:30
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Wow that's a nice option at a pretty good price.  Thanks for letting us know.  I can think of at least one place I could use this solution.




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  Reply # 1465287 7-Jan-2016 17:31
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Coolerguys.com has a wealth of nice stuff. Not too badly priced. I loaded up all my kit - fanciest stuff possible with LCD displays etc for $100. However.... they appear to use USPS Int Shipping Expedited only as none of the other options would work and to post two LCD thermal controllers and 2 fans was priced at $90 US...I order a fair bit from the states and $135 NZ for postage for a couple of small electronic parts seems ridiculous.  

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