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Topic # 91582 16-Oct-2011 16:11
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Should i buy this paralell imported or NZ version?

Besides the power adapter, whats different?

Price is about $150 cheaper.

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  Reply # 533970 16-Oct-2011 16:28

Warranty?

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  Reply # 533975 16-Oct-2011 16:34
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Are you buying and importing it directly from an overseas supplier, or buying from a parallel importer here in NZ?

If you're buying it from overseas then depending on the price it may attract duty and GST fees on the way in which could make the savings not worth any potential warranty hassle.

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  Reply # 534010 16-Oct-2011 17:32
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bond and bond have them on sale - check their web site.

i would buy from a local retailer - wait for a special.

 

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  Reply # 534020 16-Oct-2011 17:46
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I bought mine from Ebay. Didn't get stung on GST (this time) and got it significantly cheaper with a bunch of accessories.

I considered the pros and cons of warranty and so on but figured I'd take a punt. So far (a few months later) and all is going swimmingly.



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  Reply # 534198 17-Oct-2011 10:43
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I ended up getting it from bond and bond as they had a hundy off.

There was a shop on the shore selling imported ones for 875ish but rarher pay 25 more and get nz version.

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