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  Reply # 1534405 17-Apr-2016 14:27
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Tried the Papakura one which is now closed weekends, guess it's not worth paying staff to work weekends and sell low value items...

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  Reply # 1534418 17-Apr-2016 14:57
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richms: I've been to several ds and no luck. If someone sees any can they please pick up 3 or 4 and I'll sort you out money plus courier etc.

Henderson is a write-off except for tablet cases HDMI and junk earbuds basically. Few travel adapters. Many people and it smells like someones taken a leak in there.


 


there where heaps at Sylvia yesterday, I'm not out that way today so I can't help you out.   



Where were they in the shop?




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  Reply # 1534419 17-Apr-2016 15:02
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Guy says all sold out. Damn. Might try pakuranga..




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  Reply # 1534420 17-Apr-2016 15:04
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richms: I've been to several ds and no luck. If someone sees any can they please pick up 3 or 4 and I'll sort you out money plus courier etc.

Henderson is a write-off except for tablet cases HDMI and junk earbuds basically. Few travel adapters. Many people and it smells like someones taken a leak in there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

there where heaps at Sylvia yesterday, I'm not out that way today so I can't help you out.   

 



Where were they in the shop?

 

 

 

they were just in one of those bins near the front, on the right side of the store.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1534423 17-Apr-2016 15:14
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I was there yesterday too and they've moved everything around so I'm guessing they are actually moving stuff this week. Was pretty packed too.




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  Reply # 1534425 17-Apr-2016 15:17
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Looks like pakuranga is gone. No one bothered to update their Google.




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  Reply # 1534426 17-Apr-2016 15:17
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yeah Sylvia was packed, I was at albany, manukau yesterday as well and they were empty.  Takanini today, and they had barely anything left and was pretty empty.

 

 

 

Good time to buy DC adapters though, I have about 5 or so of those now, just in case I need one.


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  Reply # 1534438 17-Apr-2016 16:11
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Riccarton is about 2/3rds empty now, has de-shelved and boxed up a load of stock in a closed off area at the back of the store.  

 

Lots of DC adapters on the racks still there - but note that they are all assbackwards with the pins rotated 180' so the body and wire are "up" instead of "down" if in a wall socket - which isn't so good if you have a switched multi-way power board because the body obscures the switch.





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  Reply # 1534462 17-Apr-2016 17:23
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So it seemes when you put dick smith pakuranga into google it just shows you botany. I went there and it was baron as well. Got some replacement tips for in ear buds, some figure 8 AC cables with a NZ plug on the other end so I can swap some on stuff from china out for a nicer cable, and a wireless charging back for my note 4 since I am getting sick of the flip cover now I am using it more to take photos and I dont think I will be replacing the note 4 anytime soon.





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  Reply # 1534513 17-Apr-2016 18:34
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I wonder if they will be slowly closing stores over the next week, and moving stock to the more busy stores. I can't see them selling all their shop fittings, at least not  the prices they are asking for them, so they will probably end up at going to auction houses.


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  Reply # 1534542 17-Apr-2016 19:28
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Bought 2 twin packs of 5m HDMI cables at $9 each at Westgate and a 2 pack of HDMI joiners at $2.50 at Albany today. Have used them to create a 15m cable to go under the house linking the devices at the lounge tv and dining room tv. Was concerned about the the length of the cable but works a treat. Had been using 3 rca cables for composite video/audio previously. Big improvement in picture quality





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  Reply # 1534556 17-Apr-2016 20:11
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bought 2 hdmi to hdmi mini cables at $3.50 each today





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  Reply # 1535212 18-Apr-2016 21:27
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Found out DSE Johnsonville was closed today .


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  Reply # 1535214 18-Apr-2016 21:30
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Found out DSE Johnsonville was closed today .

 

 

 

 

For good, or just on Monday? I was there last Monday and it was shut, however, it was open the rest of the week.

 

 


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  Reply # 1535221 18-Apr-2016 21:53
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dolsen:

 

 7AH, 12V batteries are cheaper than I can buy elsewhere though. The one I brought had a date of 070813 though...

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just checked the voltage of the SLA battery. It's currently at 8.02Volts. From my research, this means it appears to be stuffed :-(

 

 

 

 


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