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#21658 3-May-2008 12:53
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I ordered my Apple iPod nano from Apple Store which had stated that its Estimated Shipping is within 24 hrs. So, I was in the thought that I will receive my iPod in a day. But now its 3 days since I ordered my iPod, its yet to arrive! Yell

So, what does this Estimated Ship within 24 hrs mean?



In this very small country, it is taking more than 3 days to arrive from Auckland to Dunedin - WTF!!! Yell





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#128162 3-May-2008 13:15
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It doesn't come from Auckland. It comes from Sydney. "shipping" means "leaving the warehouse" it doesn't mean "arriving at your door step".

YMMV. I bought a Mac mini on Thursday 12pm and had it at home in Wellington on Friday at 1pm.




 

 

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  #128164 3-May-2008 13:25
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freitasm: It doesn't come from Auckland. It comes from Sydney. "shipping" means "leaving the warehouse" it doesn't mean "arriving at your door step".


Oh! Then I interpreted it wrong Surprised

freitasm:
YMMV. I bought a Mac mini on Thursday 12pm and had it at home in Wellington on Friday at 1pm.


WHAT!!! Mine hasn't arrived here yet and the order status says Shipped on: Apr 30, 2008 via TNT INTERNATIONAL EXPRESS - AP Yell

BTW, are you sure it comes from Sydney Laughing. I got he TNT track number which was in my order status and this is what it shows,






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#128165 3-May-2008 13:30
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Well there you go - quite quick, coming all the way from China just for you!

It arrived here and cleared customs. There is no delivery on Saturday so it should be here on Monday.

Quite good time I think. You could always have walked to a DSE and got one there though.




 

 

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#128167 3-May-2008 13:32
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Awesome service!! How could you be upset over that!!!!

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  #128168 3-May-2008 13:34
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freitasm:
Quite good time I think. You could always have walked to a DSE and got one there though.


I wanted Free Engraving and Gift box option which is available only via online Laughing




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  #128169 3-May-2008 13:36
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johnr: Awesome service!! How could you be upset over that!!!!


Sorry, I dont have any idea whether this delivery is fast or slow and thats why I am discussing here Embarassed

Being now confirmed that its coming from China, I accept that its pretty fast




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  #128172 3-May-2008 13:38
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chakkaradeep:
freitasm:
Quite good time I think. You could always have walked to a DSE and got one there though.


I wanted Free Engraving and Gift box option which is available only via online Laughing


Free engraving and shipping for $21 Tongue out

 
 
 
 


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  #128180 3-May-2008 14:06
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rscole86: Free engraving and shipping for $21 Tongue out


Apple Online Store gives you Free Shipping for purchase more than $100 and I had to pay extra only for the Gift Box which was $7 (including GST)




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  #128189 3-May-2008 14:17
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What day did you order it on? as if it was a friday, 24 hours will likely mean by monday night type thing







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  #128191 3-May-2008 14:30
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pebbles: What day did you order it on? as if it was a friday, 24 hours will likely mean by monday night type thing


If you see my earlier posts, the order status is Shipped on: Apr 30, 2008 via TNT INTERNATIONAL EXPRESS - AP

But its coming from China and its quite quick, and should be here by mondy or tuesday




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The could make it a bit clearer, often when people buy stuff they're slightly influenced by a little excitement and read things in a way that meets their expectations at the time, so yes I'd be going wow fantastic and waiting for the courier 24 hours later.

Thats pretty fast shipping from china though!

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hmm in transit from auckland

better hope it flys down other options sound a bit slow

or go by super fast bullet train down to welly (yawn, yawn)

or truck down to welly (yawn)

and then in a big rubber dingy to picton (yawn)

 and then gets driven down to dunny (yawn)

So by the time you yawn three times it'll be there please note yawns take 12-24 hours batteries not included




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  #128207 3-May-2008 15:24
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idlearts: hmm in transit from auckland

better hope it flys down other options sound a bit slow

or go by super fast bullet train down to welly (yawn, yawn)

or truck down to welly (yawn)

and then in a big rubber dingy to picton (yawn)

and then gets driven down to dunny (yawn)

So by the time you yawn three times it'll be there please note yawns take 12-24 hours batteries not included




Its not Welly, even more down South - Dunedin Sealed




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Yes, he knows it is Dunedin. Note he listed the worst case scenario transport options to Dunedin, by truck through Wellington, via ferry to Picton:


... down to welly (yawn)

and then in a big rubber dingy to picton (yawn)

and then gets driven down to dunny (yawn)



Note the *and*. Boolean logic applies.






 

 

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freitasm:

... down to welly (yawn)

and then in a big rubber dingy to picton (yawn)

and then gets driven down to dunny (yawn)






dunny meant Dunedin !! Sorry there (again) Sealed




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