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  # 1775491 4-May-2017 12:02
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richms:

 

Last time I ordered something from Aussie that was just sent over by post in an A5 padded envelope it was about $14 shipping so I expect that the UK will still be cheaper. If only they were available out of China.

 

 

 

 

What I'm liking about ordering from AU if I order more RPI kits a least it will come with a AU/NZ power brick.

 

 

 

Shipping Prices in AUD.

 

  • INTL AIR MAIL (NO TRACKING, 3 TO 10 DAYS) $6.26 
  • INTL PACK AND TRACK (TRACKING, 3 TO 10 DAYS)  $11.94
  • INTL EXPRESS (TRACKING, 2 TO 5 DAYS) $16.50





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  # 1775494 4-May-2017 12:11
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@2tapry

 

Yes, I agree.

 

D1 Mini / ESP8266 for any "dumb" wireless nodes.
Orange Pi / C.H.I.P for anything that needs a bit more intelligence / power.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1775906 4-May-2017 20:56
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jimbob79:

What I'm liking about ordering from AU if I order more RPI kits a least it will come with a AU/NZ power brick.




I got the genuine adaptor with international plug set with mine from modmypi UK.

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