Wireless Arc Foldable Mouse With Mini USB Receiver - £9.99 @ 7DayShop.com - HotUKDeals
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RRP £49.99

The revolutionary design of the Arc Mouse combines the comfort of a desktop mouse and the portability of a notebook mouse. Arc Mouse folds to 60% of its fully expanded size when you’re on the go. Runs on 2 x AAA batteries (Not Included). Resolution: 600/800/1200CPI.

2.4 GHz - 30 ft. Wireless Range
The 2.4 GHz wireless Mini USB transceiver connects wirelessly right out of the box with almost no interference and has up to a 30 foot wireless range (10m).

Folds For Portability
Mouse folds to 60% of its fully expanded size using the strong metal hinge. Folding the mouse closed automatically turns it off, saving battery power too.

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This is NOT made by Microsoft! Still stylish though.
This is NOT made by Microsoft! Still stylish though.

I didn't say it was made by Microsoft !
Can get these lots cheaper from Chinese Wholesale or eBay. :/
Can get these lots cheaper from Chinese Wholesale or eBay. :/

Any import charges?
Any charges from Royal Mail for collecting/processing these items through their system?
What happens if it goes wrong when buying from China?
Ebay are mostly from Hong Kong, and even when they say UK, they are usually posted from abroad somewhere in the end.

Edited By: hotdealsuk on Oct 07, 2010 19:36: .
looks good, though a bluetooth version would be great :)
Never paid import charges on anything from chinese sellers on ebay and got quite a few things.

And the charge that RM make is called shipping, and you pay that up front.
Purchased items below £18 don't get charged VAT.

Got stung once about 10 years ago, never again! It's galling enough having to stump 17.5% extra, but it's a damn kick in the balls that Royal Mail charge you extra for the privilege.
AFAIK (so I might be wrong, it happened once....) You don't get the same level of consumer protection buying things from the Channel Islands (where Play and 7dayshop, amongst others, are located) as you do from a high-street shop or a mainland-based website.

This is not to say you won't get any after-sales service whatsoever, just that it would be more weighted towards what the retailer was prepared to give you rather than what the law specified you were entitled to. So, like buying from the far-east, you have to weigh potential savings against the likelihood of reduced legal coverage.
You can pay by paypal, so you get a bit of cover through them.

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