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Topic # 113965 3-Feb-2013 10:48 Send private message

I am thinking of purchasing a System76 Bonobo Extreme laptop.

Wondering if anyone has a System76 unit and how much did you have to pay as customs duty towards importation?

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  Reply # 754997 3-Feb-2013 11:29 Send private message

It looks to be about $300 import duties.

http://www.whatsmyduty.org.nz/

That is assuming no shipping cost and you take the baseline model.


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  Reply # 755015 3-Feb-2013 12:02 Send private message

There is no duty imposed on computers. You'll simply pay GST and the IETF fee.

 

 





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  Reply # 755062 3-Feb-2013 13:48 Send private message

@blackjack17 - thanks for the link :)

@sbiddle - thanks for the info. Looks like my GST and IETF fee works out to over $300!

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