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Master Geek

Topic # 9169 26-Aug-2006 17:11
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Does anyone know what the average i-mate SP5 price is for a new one? Or a good place to get it from. The best I can find is expansys at the moment but i still have a feeling 'I dont want to pay that much'! So was wondering if there are any better prices out there!

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  Reply # 44749 26-Aug-2006 17:35
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Try Pricespy

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  Reply # 44750 26-Aug-2006 17:40
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tried it. Prices there are still higher than expansys...


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  Reply # 44751 26-Aug-2006 18:05
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Then it looks like expansys it is then-presumably they source from Australia and up to 5 days wait for shipping. Price looks ok even when converted it was below NZ$700-=best on pricespy was just over $800 so whats wrong with that??
There is always Trademe-I see there are 2 new ones list at about the same price ie $700

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  Reply # 45070 31-Aug-2006 14:50
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I got one off TradeMe

$650 :) Brand new.


Retail is, I think, around $1100

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  Reply # 45109 31-Aug-2006 21:00
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I was watching that same auction Nic :-) , but decided to wait a little longer for buying one.

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  Reply # 45346 4-Sep-2006 15:45
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Because of work I've got access to Techpac (well now Ingram Micro), and the pricing wasn't that much different to expansys's when I bought mine. The only reason I went with Techpac was that 1) they had stock, and 2) it's definitely 'NZ supplied', so I shouldn't have any warranty issues.


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