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Topic # 51948 1-Dec-2009 17:27
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I have been checking out the availability and price of the T7373 in New Zealand.  The best I have found is http://www.einfo.co.nz/shop/product_info.php?products_id=14764?utm_source=priceme&utm_medium=cpc

Last week their price was only $859, but on Friday they added another $30 to the price?

Source - http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=402307

Has anyone seen anything better?





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  Reply # 278466 1-Dec-2009 19:53
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That's a pretty good price, as far as an NZ retailer goes. I think they're cheaper than Parallel Imported NZ.




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  Reply # 278483 1-Dec-2009 20:46
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Parallel Imported are expensive. Best prices are usually E-Info or Gadgetsonline.




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  Reply # 278494 1-Dec-2009 21:05
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Don't, repeat, *don't* visit e-info if you want any service (pre sale or after sale). You'd be better to spend a little more and go somewhere where a retailer treats their customers properly and with respect.

Seriously, it's not worth the hassle of saving a few bucks.

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