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'[AD] Elekto Magazine - 2005 - 2007'
OK, before I whop these up on Ebay, you gentlepersons have one last
chance to purchase either the complete sets or individual magazines.
Each year has Jan - Dec (11 issues July/August is one issue).
All in good condition apart from July/August 2006 which is coverless.
A complete set weighs 2K2g or about 5lbs in old money, bear that in
mind when considering freight costs. Individual magazines are about
250g or 8oz.
I will sell them individually for AU$3.45 (GBP1.40, US$2.28 or
NZ$3.94) or as a complete set for AU$23.00 - work that out yourselves.
If anyone in NZ is interested, we might be able to do a deal on
freight as I'll be 'doing a Helen Clarke' to North Island as of the
I will accept, GBP into my UK bank account, or any currency via PayPal
or direct deposit into my Australian account in Oz$ only.
Cost of a box or envelope will be at cost.
I can email pretty pictures of the magazines if someone needs the eye
candy before making up their minds.
cdb, on 31/10/2008
Oh ok, well i guess quick just wasnt quick enough LOL
My apologies, lol - didnt put 2&2 together (along with the late night
stupidity of not thinking of latin with 'in toto') and presuming it to
be a place in australia !!!
I'd better get some sleep now and hopefully awaken with more sense tomorrow.
Thanks once again
Ha ha ha
> An offer has been made for the magazines in toto, the person is at
> this moment pouring themselves a stiff drink and returning to a
> vertical position after finding out the freight cost.
> Just for a laugh - DHL want AU$253.00 for a 3 hour journey.
But why use DHL ?
New Zeeland Post has a number of pre-payed
flat-rate boxes in the range of NZD $30-90
depending on size and allowed weight. I guess
one of in the lower range will do.
Select (in my case) "Sending overseas" under "Boxes & Tubes".
:: But why use DHL ?
Australia Post (where I am ) wanted AU$70, which i thought expensive,
and they don't have boat costs anymore on their website.
DHL was just the first carrier to pop into my head, though trying to
find the price chart on the Aus site is a feat in determination by
itself. FedEx aren't much better in that regard.
:: New Zeeland Post has a number of pre-payed
:: flat-rate boxes in the range of NZD $30-90
:: depending on size and allowed weight. I guess
:: one of in the lower range will do
This makes NZ post cheaper, but then I hate to point this out UK post
is cheaper than Aus post, wasn't always the case.
By the way, I've got assorted Circuit Cellars and Electronics World
(Wireless World that was), which I might be purging myself of soon.
Skal jeg sender blader til sverige? Ingen gratis selfogelig - hmm mit
stave er ikke saa bra!
cdb, btech-online.co.uk on 31/10/2008 colin
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OK, sorry, you wasn't clear about where
you lived. You mentioned NZ in one of your post,
so I made a guess... :-) :-)
Anywan, maybe Australien Post has some of these
"flat-rate" boxes also ? Here is what I found :
Express Post International $77.20 20kg
Air mail $72.20 20kg
Sea mail $37.85 20kg
I selected the 2.0-2.5 Kg weight range and
destination Sweden, so I guess this is some
kind of flat-rate box good for up to 20 Kg.
> ...which i thought expensive,
Well, it's up to the buyer, not ? :-)
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