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Topic # 228610 14-Jan-2018 11:41
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Any advice out there on a cheaper ($75 or less) polarised sun glasses. Im over losing/damaging expensive glasses, just after somthing comfortable i can knock arround. Cheers.

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  Reply # 1938543 14-Jan-2018 11:43
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Please can we change the name of this thread to:

"ONLY for ANNOUNCING deals and bargains"




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  Reply # 1938545 14-Jan-2018 12:01
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Glarefoil by Polaroid. Around the $50 mark at Farmers.

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Otherwise Aliexpress has lots available for cheap.





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  Reply # 1938551 14-Jan-2018 12:15
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Plenty of options out there, as mentioned Farmers have some.

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  Reply # 1938553 14-Jan-2018 12:16
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mcraenz: Please can we change the name of this thread to:

"ONLY for ANNOUNCING deals and bargains"

 

 

 

there needs to be some sort of warning message before people submit a post in Deals that tells them what this place is for. Preferably in red text, all caps and a link to Offers and wanted forum. 


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  Reply # 1938563 14-Jan-2018 13:01
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Re: Forum comments, it is already pretty clear.

You can use this forum to share current bargains and deals. Please read the sticky post for special conditions. A minimum number of posts is required to create new topics. 
Not much we can do if people misread the forum description.


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  Reply # 1938566 14-Jan-2018 13:10
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Got some from aliexpress for 20 buck



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  Reply # 1938641 14-Jan-2018 15:43
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Thanks guys, will take a look at Farmers. Also ali express.



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  Reply # 1938642 14-Jan-2018 15:43
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Thanks guys, will take a look at Farmers. Also ali express.

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  Reply # 1938662 14-Jan-2018 16:37
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I brought my Bolle sunglasses here

$100 cheaper than buying retail in NZ,here in 6 days from ordering a very happy customer here.

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  Reply # 1938697 14-Jan-2018 17:52
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I get mine from Farmers (one pr I broke in Aus and got same aus cancer society ones :D )

 

Not a fan of wraps so get the Trundle.

 

Freaks people out at the river when they struggle to see the Trout and then I tell them to put mine on.

 

http://sunscreen.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Cancer-Society_Mens-2017.pdf 


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  Reply # 1938715 14-Jan-2018 18:50
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Check out the Adidas big sale items on here.

 

 


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  Reply # 1938720 14-Jan-2018 19:23
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1-Day also from time to time have some good deals on name brands.  





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  Reply # 1938721 14-Jan-2018 19:23
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1-Day also from time to time have some good deals on name brands.  





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  Reply # 1938723 14-Jan-2018 19:29
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$25 polarised at The Warehouse. Variety of styles available.

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