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Topic # 225526 23-Nov-2017 00:01
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I have a small item (Sous Vide Stick) I would like to order as part of Black Friday, but they ship to Australia only, and if there was a chance someone could bring it back with them and either let me pick it up in Auckland or ship to me at my cost from within NZ, I'd be super grateful.


Please PM me if you would be willing to help.

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  Reply # 1906106 23-Nov-2017 06:51
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I think if youshop had a depot in Australia it would make lots of money!

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  Reply # 1906117 23-Nov-2017 07:57
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My sister will be flying back to NZ from Sydney on Wednesday next week and transferring from Akl to Gisborne, where I'll meet her on the Saturday for a 40th birthday. I can ask her if you want?

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  Reply # 1906135 23-Nov-2017 08:44
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I got an Anova Sous Vide delivered to me here, during one of their sales.


I can't remember exactly how I did it, but I worked out it was cheaper to order in USD than AUD, still with the discount, but it definitely shipped ex AU (has AU/NZ plug on it).




Good device by the way.




EDIT - Found out how I did it - you go to the bottom of the shop page where it tells you 'This store serves Australia...' and click on the link for the international store. Anova BT is US129 plus 18.82 shipping. (That's if you are looking at the Anova of course).

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  Reply # 1906138 23-Nov-2017 08:49
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Thanks. I actually didn't realize that it was available to ship from NZ from their US site, though the shipping wasn't free (free to AU but apparently NZ is too far away!) Anyways, I bit the bullet and arranged shipping. 




Thanks for the kind offers though, appreciated.

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