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Jase2985
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  #1181363 22-Nov-2014 17:44
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old3eyes:
dickytim: W57 + gst?


No.  Including GST..  $49 without..


you do realise the sale is on monday? the price listed on their site is the current price they are selling it for. its the same for every other item.

I would say the prices will change on Monday at 6pm as stated in the flier

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  #1181395 22-Nov-2014 18:56
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sbiddle: I was keen to get one of the Syndology 213air NAS units - a true bargain at $253 incl which is literally 1/2 price.

The queue at 5pm in Wellington was around 100m long extending around the corner so I flagged it - I just thought I'd check on my way back to the car after dinner and found both they had were still in stock. It's quite amazing that people overlooked this bargain, however it probably helped me that the sign they had up in store for the special was wrong and said a lot more than it scanned for. smile


Just checked this out, an impressive little device. 

I bought the seagate wireless plus which does some of the same things and on battery power, but, a few less features. 

 
 
 
 


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  #1181397 22-Nov-2014 19:10
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Jase2985:
old3eyes:
dickytim: W57 + gst?


No.  Including GST..  $49 without..


you do realise the sale is on monday? the price listed on their site is the current price they are selling it for. its the same for every other item.

I would say the prices will change on Monday at 6pm as stated in the flier


Here is I assume as posted in another thread the Monday one  which still shows $57.  http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?p=OFFMST2567062




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  #1181400 22-Nov-2014 19:17
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that is the identical page that was sent in the email which was linked to above. it will be that price on Monday between 6pm and 10pm, if you go look at it now it wont be that price because its not between 6pm and 10pm on Monday when the sale is.

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  #1182226 24-Nov-2014 16:17
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The prices for the online sale tonight from 6pm:  http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?group=Cybermonday


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  #1182293 24-Nov-2014 18:04
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the prices now reflect those in the mailer/deals page

website is rather slow though

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  #1182294 24-Nov-2014 18:11
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yup and keep getting Sql server fail errors too!


 
 
 
 


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  #1182350 24-Nov-2014 19:35
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My purchase experience:(

Failed: SQLSTATE[08004] [1040] Too many connections
Failed: SQLSTATE[08004] [1040] Too many connections
Failed: SQLSTATE[08004] [1040] Too many connections
No stock in branches at this time. Please call to order..

Should have been quicker on the clicker...

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  #1182353 24-Nov-2014 19:43
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Sidestep: My purchase experience:(

Failed: SQLSTATE[08004] [1040] Too many connections
Failed: SQLSTATE[08004] [1040] Too many connections
Failed: SQLSTATE[08004] [1040] Too many connections
No stock in branches at this time. Please call to order..

Should have been quicker on the clicker...


once it was in the shopping basket, i got a 30min countdown on each item (independently) and so just had to keep clicking back/f5 etc till each stage worked (including a password reset!) luckily I still had 11 minutes on the first added itema nd eventually the order went thourh when i clicked the 'poli' pay link...

I started exactly on 6pm and only finished at 6:23.... seriously underestimated their demand I think? :)

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  #1182356 24-Nov-2014 19:51
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Eww, you used poli? Better change your internet banking password then.




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  #1182359 24-Nov-2014 20:01
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richms: Eww, you used poli? Better change your internet banking password then.

really?

never had a problem before myself??

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  #1182447 24-Nov-2014 22:14
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PhantomNVD:
richms: Eww, you used poli? Better change your internet banking password then.

really?

never had a problem before myself??


Seconded. I found it to be fantastic.

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  #1182467 24-Nov-2014 22:45
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giving access to your internet banking to a third party is against the terms of banks, doesnt matter if its automated or not. asb have specifically advised against it, particually when they were doing their fake internet banking website model, but even the plugin model is voilating the browser to bank trust.




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  #1182475 24-Nov-2014 23:03
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If the banks didn't want to support it couldn't they opt out/block that service?

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  #1182485 24-Nov-2014 23:42
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just sent off a query to my 'online banking relationship manager' so will report back the Kiwibank stance on this when I get a reply tomorrow :)

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