Match Box Lighter Lites 15000 Times Keyring Gadge Gift - Camping Hiking Outdoor living fire lighter - £2.98 Fulfilled by Amazon
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Match Box Lighter Lites 15000 Times Keyring Gadge Gift - Camping Hiking Outdoor living fire lighter - £2.98 Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 20th Jan 2013
Handy little tool to have around for camping or smokers.

Refillable cigar lighter
Small size and light weight
Works with ordinary lighter fluid and can be lit over 15000 times
Ideal for outdoor activities such as camping, fishing, hunting, and so on.
Material: plastic internal and metal external
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Go on eBay.com and you'll get it for $1
Must you wear gloves
99p delivered on eBay
i can find any on ebay for a quid
koshba

i can find any on ebay for a quid



thats because its 65p
Less then a pound on ebay!!
Can't see any on eBay UK from UK seller for £1?
eyebaws

Can't see any on eBay UK from UK seller for £1?



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ukshred

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Please can you post the link?, I wouldn`t mind one from th UK for a quid - TA!
smokemeakipper

Please can you post the link?, I wouldn`t mind one from th UK for a quid … Please can you post the link?, I wouldn`t mind one from th UK for a quid - TA!



ebay.co.uk link
Edited by: "ToneEQ" 20th Jan 2013
ToneEQ

ebay.co.uk link



Hong Kong.. Will take about 3 weeks!

thats from hong kong...

ToneEQ

ebay.co.uk link

"Warning: To prevent possible injury by entanglement, remove this toy when the child starts trying to get up on its hands and knees in a crawling position"

WTF?? oO

Edited by: "joesmith1992" 20th Jan 2013
joesmith1992

"Warning: To prevent possible injury by entanglement, remove this toy … "Warning: To prevent possible injury by entanglement, remove this toy when the child starts trying to get up on its hands and knees in a crawling position"WTF?? oO



Well it's fine if the baby can't get at you with the flame because it's immobile. Letting it actually be mobile with it is just irresponsible.
ToneEQ

ebay.co.uk link


Slightly off the subject, how the hell do they make a profit on these, surely the postage from Hong Kong must be more than 99p?
steadyeddie

Slightly off the subject, how the hell do they make a profit on these, … Slightly off the subject, how the hell do they make a profit on these, surely the postage from Hong Kong must be more than 99p?


After they sell you something they then sell your email address and phone number to others and this is where they profit.
steadyeddie

Slightly off the subject, how the hell do they make a profit on these, … Slightly off the subject, how the hell do they make a profit on these, surely the postage from Hong Kong must be more than 99p?

they don't send just odeliverne item but loads of different things in one container thus making it cheap to deliver
BigBuds

Slightly off the subject, how the hell do they make a profit on these, … Slightly off the subject, how the hell do they make a profit on these, surely the postage from Hong Kong must be more than 99p?


After they sell you something they then sell your email address and phone number to others and this is where they profit.[/quote]

That's odd. Because I get stuff like this delivered to work. I've never had any junk mail yet. And I'm not usually asked for my phone number (whereas UK sellers often ask for it). I have a specialist email for ebay and it gets no junk at all.
Edited by: "newsgroupmonkey" 20th Jan 2013
steadyeddie

Slightly off the subject, how the hell do they make a profit on these, … Slightly off the subject, how the hell do they make a profit on these, surely the postage from Hong Kong must be more than 99p?



China is the largest exporter in the world, which makes it much much cheaper for chinese companies to export stuff. If these chinese companies buy a bulk export deal it makes it ridiculously cheap to send lots of products.
How safe are these though.
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Nearly bought one of these purely because I thought it would go well with my HDUK deal Bear Gyliss multi tool ROFL. Must resist!
Be careful with these, had one which managed to set the entire pot full of fuel on fire, to make matters worse I was inside at the time!
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Little tip: The minimum buy it now price on eBay in the UK is £0.99, whereas in America it is $0.99. Most of the time if you need something cheap (from China/Hong Kong) if you go to eBay.com rather than eBay.co.uk then you will usually find the same thing you was looking at on the UK site and still has the option for free UK delivery. Then it will cost about 65p rather than 99p. A decent saving of around 34%
Edited by: "hulse2k" 20th Jan 2013
I like to burn things
BigBuds

After they sell you something they then sell your email address and phone … After they sell you something they then sell your email address and phone number to others and this is where they profit.

hulse2k

ThisLittle tip: The minimum buy it now price on eBay in the UK is £0.99, … ThisLittle tip: The minimum buy it now price on eBay in the UK is £0.99, whereas in America it is $0.99. Most of the time if you need something cheap (from China/Hong Kong) if you go to eBay.com rather than eBay.co.uk then you will usually find the same thing you was looking at on the UK site and still has the option for free UK delivery. Then it will cost about 65p rather than 99p. A decent saving of around 34%


I still dont get it, the cheapest price to send a large letter (which I assume these would be posted as in the UK) is 69p. Add on to this the cost of shipping from China/HK and manufacturing costs, it just doesn't add up oO
newsgroupmonkey

After they sell you something they then sell your email address and phone … After they sell you something they then sell your email address and phone number to others and this is where they profit.


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That's odd. Because I get stuff like this delivered to work. I've never had any junk mail yet. And I'm not usually asked for my phone number (whereas UK sellers often ask for it). I have a specialist email for ebay and it gets no junk at all.
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Like you I set up an email address just for eBay and After buying 100's of Nintendo ds stylus's for 1p that email address got 100s of spam emails.
Edited by: "BigBuds" 20th Jan 2013
Buying from the USA seems to work fine. Not the biggest risk to find out. Thanks to all
steadyeddie

I still dont get it, the cheapest price to send a large letter (which I … I still dont get it, the cheapest price to send a large letter (which I assume these would be posted as in the UK) is 69p. Add on to this the cost of shipping from China/HK and manufacturing costs, it just doesn't add up oO



Because the UK is a massive rip off. Simple as that. Everything is way overpriced!
i have no need of this but ..... must ..... buy....
koimaster

Because the UK is a massive rip off. Simple as that. Everything is way … Because the UK is a massive rip off. Simple as that. Everything is way overpriced!



No, its all about relative value. Its not as "simple as that" I'm afraid. The whole free market is not based on absolute cost.

Got one of these off eBay a while back. Thought it would be a cool backup lighter when I can't find a proper one or they've all run out. Unfortunately that doesn't really work - the fuel seems to evaporate after a couple of weeks like a Zippo even though it looks fairly well sealed. Fun novelty item but not much practical use.
Have to say i bought one of these last year, and it was rubbish! Got maybe about 100 lights out of it before th flint and the wick burnt out... Still, cheaper than matches i guess!
steadyeddie

I still dont get it, the cheapest price to send a large letter (which I … I still dont get it, the cheapest price to send a large letter (which I assume these would be posted as in the UK) is 69p. Add on to this the cost of shipping from China/HK and manufacturing costs, it just doesn't add up oO




They work on lower profit margins

20p to us is not worth hassle, 20p to someone in HK worth more

hwangeruk

No, its all about relative value. Its not as "simple as that" I'm afraid. … No, its all about relative value. Its not as "simple as that" I'm afraid. The whole free market is not based on absolute cost.






agreed... its all based on margin
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