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  # 2362451 28-Nov-2019 22:39
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premiumtouring:

 

The plot thickens.. Mitre 10 are now listing that kit for $299 for tomorrow!

 

https://www.mitre10.co.nz/shop/dewalt-flexvolt-combo-kit-2-piece-18-volt-6-0ah/p/327395

 

Time for y'all to go to Bunnings and get them to beat Mitre 10's price by 15% LOL!

 

 

Selected stores only, cant tell me which ones or if they still have stock on the website. FFS joke of a website. Hope people suceed with bunnings matching it. Get in early because the orange tags go up as soon as someone matches prices to drop it to a few cents below what was matched with them.





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  # 2362459 28-Nov-2019 23:06
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10tb WD external for $160 currently on Amazon. There is speculation that it may drop further.




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  # 2362472 28-Nov-2019 23:27
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kiwijunglist: 10tb WD external for $160 currently on Amazon. There is speculation that it may drop further.

 

Is it them or seagate that are picky about power connectors when you schuck the drives? I tried the kapton tape thing and had it come off in my hotswap bay so not keen on doing that again.





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  # 2362473 28-Nov-2019 23:35
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I think it's the wd but I'm not sure. Seagate's are smr I think and the wd are not?




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  # 2362479 29-Nov-2019 00:56
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Must stop buying Echos and home automation stuff...


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Scored the Dewalt for $254 @ Bunnings this morning. Bought 2. It was cheaper to buy 2 packs for the extra battery and charger. Will flick off the skin only drill and impact driver and keep the spare battery and spare charger.






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  # 2362496 29-Nov-2019 06:38
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billgates: Scored the Dewalt for $254 @ Bunnings this morning. Bought 2. It was cheaper to buy 2 packs for the extra battery and charger. Will flick off the skin only drill and impact driver and keep the spare battery and spare charger.

 

Nice work!





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  # 2362521 29-Nov-2019 07:52
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kiwijunglist: 10tb WD external for $160 currently on Amazon. There is speculation that it may drop further.

 

 

 

Link Pls?

 

 


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  # 2362525 29-Nov-2019 08:09
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I just bought a Samsung 65" Q90R TV from Noel Leeming for $4188 - I am hoping that still stands out as the best pricing across the various stores doing deals!

 

It is waaaaay cheaper than the most expensive I have seen it for here ($6500) even though that price was pretty outrageous.

 

Current deal puts it on a par with the American pricing I think, which is about as good as we usually get!

 

https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/televisions/televisions/ultra-hd-televisions/60-69-uhd-tvs/samsung-qa65q90rasxnz-65-uhd-quantum-hdr-4k-smart-qled-television/prod180834.html

 

 





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  # 2362526 29-Nov-2019 08:10
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Lol - I now see Harvey Norman are running it $3 cheaper.

 

https://www.harveynorman.co.nz/tv-and-audio/televisions/qled-televisions/samsung-65-qled-4k-smart-tv-en-3.html

 

 

 

I don't feel too salty about it.

 

 

 

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Highly reccomend the bunning ryobi package if you like their tools (I do).

 

 

 

https://imgur.com/GOxMpSF

 

 


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If you need a new suitcase, luggage.co.nz has some great deals. Just bought a Samsonite 78cm suitcase for $198. Cheapest I found elsewhere was $300++

 

See here.


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  # 2362545 29-Nov-2019 08:46
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Anyone found any Hue stuff on special yet? It's notorious for staying at RRP :\


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  # 2362546 29-Nov-2019 08:48
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billgates: Scored the Dewalt for $254 @ Bunnings this morning. Bought 2. It was cheaper to buy 2 packs for the extra battery and charger. Will flick off the skin only drill and impact driver and keep the spare battery and spare charger.

 

 

 

Seriously, I don't know what is going on.. but DeWalt just sent out a promotional email saying the Black Friday price for that kit should be $279! Mitre10 have it as $299 and Bunnings still stuck at $345.

 

I don't even.





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  # 2362557 29-Nov-2019 08:55
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DeWalt's NZ website is still stating Black Friday special of $349.

 

https://www.dewalt.co.nz/yellow&blackfriday





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