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  Reply # 291810 21-Jan-2010 11:27
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Good point - I justed added insurance too, seeing as it was free.

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  Reply # 291813 21-Jan-2010 11:31
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jamesyb0i: just a quick video unboxing, shows how big the shipito box is! 





just for reference what was the measurements of the box and approx weight, so if I can get a friend to send me another one, I can calculate shipping.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 291815 21-Jan-2010 11:34
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helicrew: Good point - I justed added insurance too, seeing as it was free.



What were your FedEx postage cost

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  Reply # 291849 21-Jan-2010 12:34
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twobikes:
jamesyb0i: just a quick video unboxing, shows how big the shipito box is! 





just for reference what was the measurements of the box and approx weight, so if I can get a friend to send me another one, I can calculate shipping.


Google sent it to me in a fairly large box. That is really unnecessary. I think you can just bubble wrap the box containing the phone and send that out. It's about 26x12x8 (guessing since I threw the box away when I brough the phone back with me)




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  Reply # 291864 21-Jan-2010 13:00
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USD $53.00 for FedEx shipping (inc insurance), my package size is (according to shipito) 11" x 8" x 7" and weighs 1.9 lb

And it's on the way from shipito as well, I have my new Fedex tracking number just arrived in the email.

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  Reply # 291869 21-Jan-2010 13:12
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Yeah, my N900 came from Amazon in a massive box with inflatable bags to fill the rest of the space... Maybe they do it to standardize shipping packaging and make their life easier?




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  Reply # 292055 21-Jan-2010 23:59
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Found that shipito re Eastbiz has a ytube channel. check this repacking video

http://www.youtube.com/user/eastbiz#p/u/3/W07kAwRnCyc

There are also other shipito videos

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  Reply # 292448 23-Jan-2010 12:06
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My phone is passing thru Honolulu. Note to self, when impatient for a new toy to arrive use a faster shipping method LOL.

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  Reply # 292669 24-Jan-2010 12:57
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 One or more of your listing/s have been withdrawn as it does not comply with New Zealand Electricity laws which require electrical items for sale to be fitted with a plug approved for sale in New Zealand. Due to this, the following listing/s have been removed.



All Nexus One's!




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  Reply # 292682 24-Jan-2010 14:55
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jamesyb0i:
 One or more of your listing/s have been withdrawn as it does not comply with New Zealand Electricity laws which require electrical items for sale to be fitted with a plug approved for sale in New Zealand. Due to this, the following listing/s have been removed.


All Nexus One's!


Yeah, they seem to be hung up on the chargers - mine got pulled a few days ago and it took me two days to purchase new micro-USB chargers and convince TM that I actually had them.  They wouldn't accept a US-NZ converter (even though it is an international 100-240 switching supply), they stipulated that I prove the charger is NZ certified or they would not let me list it again (tried and they pulled it within minutes...).

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  Reply # 292684 24-Jan-2010 14:58
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lol... silly tardme. I can't seem to get rid of this thing! blame the recession Sealed

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  Reply # 292776 24-Jan-2010 22:36
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I think all those styluses are non conductive ie non capacitance

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Reply # 292794 24-Jan-2010 23:50
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I notice people using the "Hotspot Shield"  I use Tor to represent my IP as US I use Linux as desktop as well.
I tried the "Hotspot Shield" in my Virtual Box windows XP and my Eset Virus checker told me there is a trojan in that
application?   Anyone else consider this important?

Cheers

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  Reply # 292796 25-Jan-2010 00:12
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Yes that was me XD.... they removed my auction... someone bought my htc magic today tho :) $400 less than what I payed 4 months ago Surprised So once the payments come through I might get 2 more n1's (one for a friend) and combine the shipping since more than one can easily fit inside the shipito boxes (about 2 face up, 4 on their sides, and again ontop)

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