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H96 PRO TV Box Amlogic S912 Octa Core 3GB RAM + 16GB UK PLUG 4K x 2K HDR H.265 Decoding Android 6.0 2.4G + 5.8G Dual Band WiFi Bluetooth 4.0 £53.53 With Code @ Gearbest

£53.53 @ GearBest
I have no idea what these new S912 devices are like, but decent for 3GB RAM! Code GBH96P3 takes it down to £53.53. (Think you have to sign in before you can apply the code). Presale ends 10th Septembe… Read More
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I have no idea what these new S912 devices are like, but decent for 3GB RAM! Code GBH96P3 takes it down to £53.53. (Think you have to sign in before you can apply the code). Presale ends 10th September (now says 25th September) - Ships after September 12th (now says Ships after 27th September).

The H96 PRO runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow which can guarantee the high performance and stability. The latest Amlogic S912 Octa Core CPU will bring you an unprecedented experience.

● The powerful Amlogic S912 octa-core processor provides stellar performance for high definition video playback.

● Dual band WiFi plus 1000M LAN can improve the speed and the performance to a large extent.

● HDR demonstrates the vivid contrast and clarity.

● KODI 16.1 is designed for playing almost all latest audio and video formats.

● 4K x 2K H.265 decoding guarantees high-premium visual effects.

● During the spare time, you can talk or have an intimate chat with your friends, relatives and family members in the Skype, Facebook, Twitter or QQ etc.

GPU: ARM Mali-T820MP3

System: Android 6.0

CPU: Amlogic S912

Core: 2.0GHz,Octa Core

RAM: 3GB

ROM: 16G

Max. Extended Capacity: 32G

Color: Black

Decoder Format: H.264/AVC,H.265,RealVideo8/9/10

Video format: 1080P,4K x 2K,AVI,AVS,DAT,ISO,MKV,MOV,MP4,MPEG,MPEG-1,MPEG-4,MPG,RM,VC-1,VP9-10 Profile-2,WMV

Audio format: AAC,FLAC,MP3,OGG,RM,WMA

Photo Format: BMP,GIF,JPEG,JPG,PNG

WIFI: 802.11 a/b/g/n

Bluetooth: Bluetooth4.0

Power Supply: Charge Adapter

Interface: AV,DC Power Port,HDMI,Micro SD Card Slot,RJ45,SPDIF,USB2.0

Language: Multi-language

System Bit: 64Bit

WiFi Chip: AP6330

KODI Pre-installed: Yes

KODI Version: 16.1

Power Type: External Power Adapter Mode

Product weight: 0.250 kg

Package weight: 0.520 kg

Product size (L x W x H): 11.00 x 11.00 x 2.50 cm / 4.33 x 4.33 x 0.98 inches

Package size (L x W x H): 16.00 x 15.80 x 8.00 cm / 6.3 x 6.22 x 3.15 inches

Package Contents: 1 x H96 PRO TV Box, 1 x Remote Control, 1 x HDMI Cable, 1 x Power Adapter, 1 x English Manual
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Aeschylus
No AC wireless which is a big oversight

http://i.imgur.com/D0qkG4A.jpg

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2 Likes #1
Code GBH96P3 takes it down to £54.87.

Hands-on look here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BZ7vrq0teg (2GB version though)
http://i.imgur.com/ByDIfED.jpg
http://des.gearbest.com/uploads/pdm-desc-pic/Electronic/image/2016/08/15/1471222394804359.jpg
http://des.gearbest.com/uploads/pdm-desc-pic/Electronic/image/2016/08/13/20160813111635_94281.jpg
http://des.gearbest.com/uploads/pdm-desc-pic/Electronic/image/2016/08/13/20160813111635_87967.jpg

Edited By: louiselouise on Sep 03, 2016 03:05: a
2 Likes #2
Can't vouch for this but a Youtube user asks if the H96 Pro and R-Box Pro are the same - "It's the same box with different custom branding, and there will be others on this same box". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQS0yKS7Y7w (Youtube videos with computerised voiceovers annoy me :p)!

Also branded Vensmile T92, I think?

I quoted this the other day

This article about Amlogic S905, S905X and S912 processor speeds is interesting http://www.cnx-software.com/2016/08/28/amlogic-s905-and-s912-processors-appear-to-be-limited-to-1-5-ghz-not-2-ghz-as-advertised/

One comment from diegor says: "The trick here is that Amlogic kernel reports 2.02 GHz, even through it’s apparently not running at that speed. That’s why it took so long to discover the issue, as people needed to run benchmarks at various frequencies to find out."
#3
Deal already posted [qhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/h96-pro-tv-box-amlogic-s912-octa-core-3g-16g-uk-plug-65-91-gearbest-2497127uote=louiselouise]
I have no idea what these new S912 devices are like, but decent for 3GB RAM! Code GBH96P3 takes it down to £54.87. (Think you have to sign in before you can apply the code). Ships after Sep 12th.
The H96 PRO runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow which can guarantee the high performance and stability. The latest Amlogic S912 Octa Core CPU will bring you an unprecedented experience.
● The powerful Amlogic S912 octa-core processor provides stellar performance for high definition video playback.
● Dual band WiFi plus 1000M LAN can improve the speed and the performance to a large extent.
● HDR demonstrates the vivid contrast and clarity.
● KODI 16.1 is designed for playing almost all latest audio and video formats.
● 4K x 2K H.265 decoding guarantees high-premium visual effects.
● During the spare time, you can talk or have an intimate chat with your friends, relatives and family members in the Skype, Facebook, Twitter or QQ etc.
GPU: ARM Mali-T820MP3
System: Android 6.0
CPU: Amlogic S912
Core: 2.0GHz,Octa Core
RAM: 3GB
ROM: 16G
Max. Extended Capacity: 32G
Color: Black
Decoder Format: H.264/AVC,H.265,RealVideo8/9/10
Video format: 1080P,4K x 2K,AVI,AVS,DAT,ISO,MKV,MOV,MP4,MPEG,MPEG-1,MPEG-4,MPG,RM,VC-1,VP9-10 Profile-2,WMV
Audio format: AAC,FLAC,MP3,OGG,RM,WMA
Photo Format: BMP,GIF,JPEG,JPG,PNG
WIFI: 802.11 a/b/g/n
Bluetooth: Bluetooth4.0
Power Supply: Charge Adapter
Interface: AV,DC Power Port,HDMI,Micro SD Card Slot,RJ45,SPDIF,USB2.0
Language: Multi-language
System Bit: 64Bit
WiFi Chip: AP6330
KODI Pre-installed: Yes
KODI Version: 16.1
Power Type: External Power Adapter Mode
Product weight: 0.250 kg
Package weight: 0.520 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 11.00 x 11.00 x 2.50 cm / 4.33 x 4.33 x 0.98 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 16.00 x 15.80 x 8.00 cm / 6.3 x 6.22 x 3.15 inches
Package Contents: 1 x H96 PRO TV Box, 1 x Remote Control, 1 x HDMI Cable, 1 x Power Adapter, 1 x English Manual
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2 Likes #4
what about customs charges?
2 Likes #5
No AC wireless which is a big oversight
#6
Aeschylus
No AC wireless which is a big oversight
Is there anything with these specs + wireless ac?
2 Likes #7
powerbrick
what about customs charges?
General concensus for Gearbest items ex-China is that unless you request big-name courier delivery such as DHL or UPS, the other shipping methods (including "British Express") do not tend to be pulled by customs. There was/is even a HUKD user who guaranteed that an item shipped via a non-name-courier would not attract customs interest! My own experiences of many orders with Gearbest tends to support this theory.
If customs charges are applied, the cost would be VAT (about £11) + shipper's admin fee (about £10), so around an additional £21 assuming customs accurately assess the value of goods+shipping.
1 Like #8
AndyRoyd
powerbrick
what about customs charges?
General concensus for Gearbest items ex-China is that unless you request big-name courier delivery such as DHL or UPS, the other shipping methods (including "British Express") do not tend to be pulled by customs. There was/is even a HUKD user who guaranteed that an item shipped via a non-name-courier would not attract customs interest! My own experiences of many orders with Gearbest tends to support this theory.
If customs charges are applied, the cost would be VAT (about £11) + shipper's admin fee (about £10), so around an additional £21 assuming customs accurately assess the value of goods+shipping.


actually it will be much less. I got £100 box a few years a go via dhl. Was £5ish. they put the item value on the front really low, not the actual price you paid.
4 Likes #9
louiselouise

I have no idea what these new S912 devices are like, but decent for 3GB RAM! Code GBH96P3 takes it down to £54.87. (Think you have to sign in before you can apply the code). Ships after Sep 12th.
The H96 PRO runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow which can guarantee the high performance and stability. The latest Amlogic S912 Octa Core CPU will bring you an unprecedented experience.
● The powerful Amlogic S912 octa-core processor provides stellar performance for high definition video playback.
● Dual band WiFi plus 1000M LAN can improve the speed and the performance to a large extent.
● HDR demonstrates the vivid contrast and clarity.
● KODI 16.1 is designed for playing almost all latest audio and video formats.
● 4K x 2K H.265 decoding guarantees high-premium visual effects.
● During the spare time, you can talk or have an intimate chat with your friends, relatives and family members in the Skype, Facebook, Twitter or QQ etc.
GPU: ARM Mali-T820MP3
System: Android 6.0
CPU: Amlogic S912
Core: 2.0GHz,Octa Core
RAM: 3GB
ROM: 16G
Max. Extended Capacity: 32G
Color: Black
Decoder Format: H.264/AVC,H.265,RealVideo8/9/10
Video format: 1080P,4K x 2K,AVI,AVS,DAT,ISO,MKV,MOV,MP4,MPEG,MPEG-1,MPEG-4,MPG,RM,VC-1,VP9-10 Profile-2,WMV
Audio format: AAC,FLAC,MP3,OGG,RM,WMA
Photo Format: BMP,GIF,JPEG,JPG,PNG
WIFI: 802.11 a/b/g/n
Bluetooth: Bluetooth4.0
Power Supply: Charge Adapter
Interface: AV,DC Power Port,HDMI,Micro SD Card Slot,RJ45,SPDIF,USB2.0
Language: Multi-language
System Bit: 64Bit
WiFi Chip: AP6330
KODI Pre-installed: Yes
KODI Version: 16.1
Power Type: External Power Adapter Mode
Product weight: 0.250 kg
Package weight: 0.520 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 11.00 x 11.00 x 2.50 cm / 4.33 x 4.33 x 0.98 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 16.00 x 15.80 x 8.00 cm / 6.3 x 6.22 x 3.15 inches
Package Contents: 1 x H96 PRO TV Box, 1 x Remote Control, 1 x HDMI Cable, 1 x Power Adapter, 1 x English Manual
I saw your thread a few weeks ago, but whilst looking up S912 boxes last night I found this code from a few articles. It's not a repost if the price is cheaper.

Edited By: louiselouise on Sep 03, 2016 10:40
1 Like #10
I've been using the Acemax M12N for a couple of weeks now and talking to a few other people that have similar boxes, some manufacturers and using the same hardware in their own case with the same firmware apart from launchers and basic customisation.

None of the S912 firmwares come with a working navigation/notification bar and a few other omissions, so I made a modded firmware that at least resolves a few issues.

Auto adjust display rate is not working, whether in firmware of Kodi/SPMC in all firmwares.

It looks as if the SDK needs some improvement before things can really move forward but the S912 has possibilities, especially with the updated GPU.

Where the S912 really shines at the moment is in regards to it's video colour quality, which has great depth and has only been matched by my Rk3288.

When using Kodi, leave the amcodec switched off and with SPMC, switch it off as it has no use with these latest SOC's and will prevent video from showing with some formats. SPMC yields slightly smoother results than Kodi 16.

There is a lot of talk at the moment about the actual speed of the CPU, which has been advertised as 2.0Ghz but may, from tests that some have run, to only between 1.5 and 1.7Ghz with a sort of quick burst mode that can reach 2.0Ghz for brief periods, although as far as I am aware, confirmation from AMLogic is still forthcoming.

Mine came though DHL and I ended up paying a whopping £21. £9 duties and £11 DHL handling payment, which was very unusual as the last box I bought only added £3.50, which I didn't mind paying.

Surface shipping is the delivery method least likely to become subject to duties.


Edited By: reddit on Sep 03, 2016 16:48: update
2 Likes #11
reddit
I've been using the Acemax M12N for a couple of weeks now and talking to a few other people that have similar boxes, some manufacturers and using the same hardware in their own case with the same firmware apart from launchers and basic customisation.
None of the S912 firmwares come with a working navigation/notification bar and a few other omissions, so I made a modded firmware that at least resolves a few issues.
Auto adjust display rate is not working, whether in firmware of Kodi/SPMC in all firmwares.
It looks as if the SDK needs some improvement before things can really move forward but the S912 has possibilities, especially with the updated GPU.
There is a lot of talk at the moment about the actual speed of the CPU, which has been advertised as 2.0Ghz but may, from tests that some have run, to only between 1.5 and 1.7Ghz with a sort of quick burst mode that can reach 2.0Ghz for brief periods, although as far as I am aware, confirmation from AMLogic is still forthcoming.
Mine came though DHL and I ended up paying a whopping £21. £9 duties and £11 DHL handling payment, which was very unusual as the last box I bought only added £3.50, which I didn't mind paying.
Surface shipping is the delivery method least likely to become subject to duties.

you dont have to pay that handling charge you know:)

your contract is with Gearbest not DHL...if you have paid it then it is to late, but next time refuse and email them citing there is no contract with you and them and you suggest they go to Gearbest for their handling fee

works 100% of the time, apart from parcel force who kidnap your goods until you pay
#12
Aeschylus
reddit
I've been using the Acemax M12N for a couple of weeks now and talking to a few other people that have similar boxes, some manufacturers and using the same hardware in their own case with the same firmware apart from launchers and basic customisation.
None of the S912 firmwares come with a working navigation/notification bar and a few other omissions, so I made a modded firmware that at least resolves a few issues.
Auto adjust display rate is not working, whether in firmware of Kodi/SPMC in all firmwares.
It looks as if the SDK needs some improvement before things can really move forward but the S912 has possibilities, especially with the updated GPU.
There is a lot of talk at the moment about the actual speed of the CPU, which has been advertised as 2.0Ghz but may, from tests that some have run, to only between 1.5 and 1.7Ghz with a sort of quick burst mode that can reach 2.0Ghz for brief periods, although as far as I am aware, confirmation from AMLogic is still forthcoming.
Mine came though DHL and I ended up paying a whopping £21. £9 duties and £11 DHL handling payment, which was very unusual as the last box I bought only added £3.50, which I didn't mind paying.
Surface shipping is the delivery method least likely to become subject to duties.
you dont have to pay that handling charge you know:)
your contract is with Gearbest not DHL...if you have paid it then it is to late, but next time refuse and email them citing there is no contract with you and them and you suggest they go to Gearbest for their handling fee
works 100% of the time, apart from parcel force who kidnap your goods until you pay

Oh I tried that and they would not budge and if you look at their terms and conditions, they can charge it if they like and there is nothing that can really be done.
1 Like #13
Does the Netflix app on these do 4K material?
4 Likes #14
Just to clarify, there was no mention of the code on chrisshein's thread last night or even earlier today - sorry if I've put his nose out of joint but cheap prices are what HUKD is all about. He seems to have edited his post to show the code now - but I haven't "stolen" his deal. I found the code through reading S912 articles and blogs.

For some reason his thread says £54.71 (?) and not £54.87.

Edited By: louiselouise on Sep 03, 2016 15:53
3 Likes #15
garryallen
Does the Netflix app on these do 4K material?

No. None of them will have the necessary widevine level support and are probably unlikely to get it for HD, let alone 4K.
2 Likes #16
garryallen
Does the Netflix app on these do 4K material?

probably need a fire TV box from amazon for that. though chromecast new version rumoured...
9 Likes #17
Aeschylus
No AC wireless which is a big oversight

http://i.imgur.com/D0qkG4A.jpg
1 Like #18
garryallen
probably need a fire TV box from amazon for that.

Even then, only at 30Hz.
#19
Does anyone know if these boxes support 24p? I still have an old popcorn hour that produces better results that all these android based players.
#20
When these boxes get Android 7, adding the ability to have more than one window on screen at the same time, then I'll be buying.
#21
3 Likes #22
ws007
When these boxes get Android 7, adding the ability to have more than one window on screen at the same time, then I'll be buying.

Why do you need that for a TV Streaming box?
#23
Any suggestions on what to get that's got DVB T-2 built in and runs on Android?
#24
kavakava
Any suggestions on what to get that's got DVB T-2 built in and runs on Android?

Have a look at wetek, they have what you're looking for
#25
Is there an easy way to add IR support for this device. If my Harmony Remote wont control it, the family wont use it. I have a Dell MCE USB IR device plugged into a Windows 7 PC at the moment. Wondering if this, or these classes of device, has PnP support in Android?
1 Like #26
Heat added
#27
whistlingdogg
Does anyone know if these boxes support 24p? I still have an old popcorn hour that produces better results that all these android based players.
http://kodi.wiki/view/NVIDIA_SHIELD_TV
#28
bianco
kavakava
Any suggestions on what to get that's got DVB T-2 built in and runs on Android?

Have a look at wetek, they have what you're looking for


I think wetek has Android 4 so not very upto date
#29
ollie87
garryallen
probably need a fire TV box from amazon for that.

Even then, only at 30Hz.


didn't know that. thanks!
1 Like #30
gnarlybear
ws007
When these boxes get Android 7, adding the ability to have more than one window on screen at the same time, then I'll be buying.

Why do you need that for a TV Streaming box?


Well I'd like the ability to watch a show while browsing.
#31
reddit
Aeschylus
reddit
I've been using the Acemax M12N for a couple of weeks now and talking to a few other people that have similar boxes, some manufacturers and using the same hardware in their own case with the same firmware apart from launchers and basic customisation.
None of the S912 firmwares come with a working navigation/notification bar and a few other omissions, so I made a modded firmware that at least resolves a few issues.
Auto adjust display rate is not working, whether in firmware of Kodi/SPMC in all firmwares.
It looks as if the SDK needs some improvement before things can really move forward but the S912 has possibilities, especially with the updated GPU.
There is a lot of talk at the moment about the actual speed of the CPU, which has been advertised as 2.0Ghz but may, from tests that some have run, to only between 1.5 and 1.7Ghz with a sort of quick burst mode that can reach 2.0Ghz for brief periods, although as far as I am aware, confirmation from AMLogic is still forthcoming.
Mine came though DHL and I ended up paying a whopping £21. £9 duties and £11 DHL handling payment, which was very unusual as the last box I bought only added £3.50, which I didn't mind paying.
Surface shipping is the delivery method least likely to become subject to duties.
you dont have to pay that handling charge you know:)
your contract is with Gearbest not DHL...if you have paid it then it is to late, but next time refuse and email them citing there is no contract with you and them and you suggest they go to Gearbest for their handling fee
works 100% of the time, apart from parcel force who kidnap your goods until you pay
Oh I tried that and they would not budge and if you look at their terms and conditions, they can charge it if they like and there is nothing that can really be done.

it's illegal in the uk to charge handling fee for postage, some old postal law from ages ago.

their terms and conditions don't mean anything.

but it is difficult to fight with their workers who have no clue.

Edited By: oceanic on Sep 06, 2016 16:20
1 Like #32
oceanic
reddit
Aeschylus
reddit
I've been using the Acemax M12N for a couple of weeks now and talking to a few other people that have similar boxes, some manufacturers and using the same hardware in their own case with the same firmware apart from launchers and basic customisation.
None of the S912 firmwares come with a working navigation/notification bar and a few other omissions, so I made a modded firmware that at least resolves a few issues.
Auto adjust display rate is not working, whether in firmware of Kodi/SPMC in all firmwares.
It looks as if the SDK needs some improvement before things can really move forward but the S912 has possibilities, especially with the updated GPU.
There is a lot of talk at the moment about the actual speed of the CPU, which has been advertised as 2.0Ghz but may, from tests that some have run, to only between 1.5 and 1.7Ghz with a sort of quick burst mode that can reach 2.0Ghz for brief periods, although as far as I am aware, confirmation from AMLogic is still forthcoming.
Mine came though DHL and I ended up paying a whopping £21. £9 duties and £11 DHL handling payment, which was very unusual as the last box I bought only added £3.50, which I didn't mind paying.
Surface shipping is the delivery method least likely to become subject to duties.
you dont have to pay that handling charge you know:)
your contract is with Gearbest not DHL...if you have paid it then it is to late, but next time refuse and email them citing there is no contract with you and them and you suggest they go to Gearbest for their handling fee
works 100% of the time, apart from parcel force who kidnap your goods until you pay
Oh I tried that and they would not budge and if you look at their terms and conditions, they can charge it if they like and there is nothing that can really be done.
it's illegal in the uk to charge handling fee for postage, some old postal law from ages ago.
their terms and conditions don't mean anything.
but it is difficult to fight with their workers who have no clue.

I did some digging and spoke to a friend who works at HMRC who confirmed that fees charged for paying the relevant duties and handling is something that many a delivery company (including Royal Mail) do and is perfectly legal as far as they are concerned.
#33
I wonder if this box is rooted? Many of the newer S912 boxes haven't had root (Beelink GT1 and MXQ Plus M12N are two that come to mind).

Weirdly, one reviewer also thinks the GT1's remote isn't as responsive as the older one supplied with the MiniMXIII or MiniMX.
#34
reddit
oceanic
reddit
Aeschylus
reddit
I've been using the Acemax M12N for a couple of weeks now and talking to a few other people that have similar boxes, some manufacturers and using the same hardware in their own case with the same firmware apart from launchers and basic customisation.
None of the S912 firmwares come with a working navigation/notification bar and a few other omissions, so I made a modded firmware that at least resolves a few issues.
Auto adjust display rate is not working, whether in firmware of Kodi/SPMC in all firmwares.
It looks as if the SDK needs some improvement before things can really move forward but the S912 has possibilities, especially with the updated GPU.
There is a lot of talk at the moment about the actual speed of the CPU, which has been advertised as 2.0Ghz but may, from tests that some have run, to only between 1.5 and 1.7Ghz with a sort of quick burst mode that can reach 2.0Ghz for brief periods, although as far as I am aware, confirmation from AMLogic is still forthcoming.
Mine came though DHL and I ended up paying a whopping £21. £9 duties and £11 DHL handling payment, which was very unusual as the last box I bought only added £3.50, which I didn't mind paying.
Surface shipping is the delivery method least likely to become subject to duties.
you dont have to pay that handling charge you know:)
your contract is with Gearbest not DHL...if you have paid it then it is to late, but next time refuse and email them citing there is no contract with you and them and you suggest they go to Gearbest for their handling fee
works 100% of the time, apart from parcel force who kidnap your goods until you pay
Oh I tried that and they would not budge and if you look at their terms and conditions, they can charge it if they like and there is nothing that can really be done.
it's illegal in the uk to charge handling fee for postage, some old postal law from ages ago.
their terms and conditions don't mean anything.
but it is difficult to fight with their workers who have no clue.

I did some digging and spoke to a friend who works at HMRC who confirmed that fees charged for paying the relevant duties and handling is something that many a delivery company (including Royal Mail) do and is perfectly legal as far as they are concerned.


No idea if legal or not, but HMRC would be the last people to ask if you wanted an actual answer to this. He/she wouldn't have a clue about whether the company has a right to charge this....only the fact that they can bill for the service and that the income would be taxable as a valid service as incurred regardless of whether the actual activity was legal or not.
#35
Came up as £53.53 for me with UK Express shipping for free.
#36
draeburn
Came up as £53.53 for me with UK Express shipping for free.
Thanks, just signed in and tested it, £53.53 today :)
#37
Gearbest sent me wrong item, I had to return at my own cost!!! Yes even PayPal said it's my responsibility to pay for postage! £9.45 it cost to send an android box back!!! beware!
1 Like #38
When these boxes have Android quasimodo, red stripe down the side, a hyper jump port 2.00 and a free signed picture of Ant and Dec then I'll be buying
1 Like #39
I will never deal with gearbest after they've sent me 2 wrong items and it's down to you to return at your own cost... I wouldn't send them back so I got a part refund, sold the items on eBay and made my money back that way..
#40
Why have the boxes gone up in price so much recently?

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