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  Reply # 1012121 24-Mar-2014 23:10
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how much is all that going to cost in total?

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  Reply # 1012133 24-Mar-2014 23:37
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I've just given you all the resources required to do the calculation for yourself.. 




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  Reply # 1012134 24-Mar-2014 23:41
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the OP doesnt realise it'll cost more time money and hassle to import said product. just get it from someone over here. sleep. wake up and get about daily business.

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  Reply # 1013786 27-Mar-2014 12:08
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Remember, if buying overseas online  & having it sent here....
if NZ Customs see it they WILL charge you 15% gst + processing cost
It could be another $200 for a $1000 lappy. Its a crap shoot as to if you do/dont get charged by customs.

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