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Mirddes

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#116020 15-Apr-2013 21:23
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http://www.amazon.co.uk/   StarTech-3-5inch-Optical-Mounting-5-25inch/dp/B0009F8DV4

 

id like to be able to source this item locally if possible

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  #805472 25-Apr-2013 15:12
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bump

 

does anyone know where to get these?i want 10 of them;at least 2 or 3 of them would be nice. cant seem to find even one.


 



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  #805514 25-Apr-2013 17:22
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Ok so I know the answer is probably a yes but have you scrawled Trademe or Pricespy or used the price search tool on GZ yet???

Also why do you want to source locally??? Is there a specific reason you're hoping to avoid going through Amazon??? Or is it just the convenience of not sourcing overseas in case of the what if something goes wrong and you have to send it back (which is obviously a lot easier and cheaper if returning to a NZ location).

 
 
 
 


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  #805517 25-Apr-2013 17:30
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Ok so this was the only thing that came up on a pricespy search for Startech optical on the pricespy website. Not sure if it's the same thing if so you're definitely better off going through Amazon as the markup is about 5x the Amazon price.

http://www.acquire.co.nz/acquire/default.asp?PageID=ProductDetail&pf_id=2270646&dept_id=999

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  #805642 25-Apr-2013 22:44
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amazon is the winner.

 

i thought stock could be an issue in addition to returns.

 

that's a huge markup.

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  #809964 2-May-2013 08:58
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how is shipping from amazon possible?

 

none of the items i want will ship to NZ

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