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Nintendo Switch Lite (Turquoise) £157.97 (£153 with fee free card) @ Amazon Italy
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Nintendo Switch Lite (Turquoise) £157.97 (£153 with fee free card) @ Amazon Italy

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Posted 28th Jan

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Cheapest price yet, and a respectable saving if paying using a fee free card. Only Turquoise is available at this price. You can use your UK Amazon account details to purchase.

The console for gamers on the go. Nintendo Switch Lite is a compact, lightweight addition to the Nintendo Switch family, with integrated controls.

Nintendo Switch Lite supports all Nintendo Switch software that can be played in handheld mode. It’s great for people who have lots of opportunities to play outside, and also for anyone who wants to play online or local wireless multiplayer with friends or family who already own a flagship Nintendo Switch console.
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ADIDASADDICT28/01/2020 12:18

Eu warranty so can deal with Nintendo UK right?? Are we still in the EU???


Check back next week lol
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In case of faults can these be returned to amazon uk or would I have to deal with amazon italy?
StragesHardboiled28/01/2020 08:42

In case of faults can these be returned to amazon uk or would I have to …In case of faults can these be returned to amazon uk or would I have to deal with amazon italy?


Italy, I believe. Bear in mind the last time I dealt with them, nobody in their customer service knew English, so I literally had to Google translate my communications to them. Very odd
Edited by: "MUFCristiano" 28th Jan
Very tempting but something’s still making me wait .
why uk amazon prices so bad
hmmmmm tempted but i dont know
i had to return my switch lite as it had dead pixels. not sure about ordering abroad
Rudedawg28/01/2020 09:28

Very tempting but something’s still making me wait .


Read my mind
Also I'm weary of joycon drift on the lite. Not a easy fix.
dedbeat28/01/2020 09:47

why uk amazon prices so bad


Never heard of rip off Britain?
Malabus28/01/2020 12:07

Read my mind Also I'm weary of joycon drift on the lite. Not a easy …Read my mind Also I'm weary of joycon drift on the lite. Not a easy fix.


It's an easy fix to replace drift stick for a few dollars from China. You tube is ur friend.
Eu warranty so can deal with Nintendo UK right?? Are we still in the EU???
ADIDASADDICT28/01/2020 12:18

Eu warranty so can deal with Nintendo UK right?? Are we still in the EU???


Check back next week lol
You have to love the way some people mention ripoff Britain, no doubt the sort of fellows to vote for Brexit and not understand basic economic laws.

In reality people can't understand simple facts, such as how we are bound to exchange rate as these aren't made in the UK. The Pound is as bad as its been in our history so whilst some will call €189 vs £193 "ripoff Britain" they're ignoring the main facts, that being exchange rate is very important. Back in 2016 this would have cost £135. The yen itself is down about 25% since 2016 resulting in direct cost increases, because they aren't gonna lower the profit they make per unit, it just doesn't work like thar.

It's brutal, it's gonna cost me £170 for my galaxy's edge lightsaber in Florida, would have been less than £100 in 2008 exchange rate was my first true love.
Edited by: "jonnyh132" 28th Jan
on amazon japan the limited edition grey is just over £150. I think £160 is probably about right. amazon uk sells it for £235. It is a bit of a rip, amazon uk prices that is
jonnyh13228/01/2020 13:13

Back in 2016 this would have cost £135.


You mean when the Switch and Switch Lite didn’t even exist
jaypr28/01/2020 13:49

You mean when the Switch and Switch Lite didn’t even exist


Just the example I needed, you're my star to my "people can't understand simple facts" comment.

The price would have existed thought wouldn't it? Or did €189 not exist in 2016 either?
dedbeat28/01/2020 13:36

on amazon japan the limited edition grey is just over £150. I think £160 i …on amazon japan the limited edition grey is just over £150. I think £160 is probably about right. amazon uk sells it for £235. It is a bit of a rip, amazon uk prices that is

jonnyh13228/01/2020 16:18

Just the example I needed, you're my star to my "people can't understand …Just the example I needed, you're my star to my "people can't understand simple facts" comment.


I understand that you wish it was 2008 but will settle for 2016, that the current exchange rate is poor and that you’re unhappy with the Brexit vote.

Ive been to the US and Japan when the exchange rate was great, but it’s not anymore. it’s not ideal but it’s not going to stop me going on holiday, but I’m not crying over purchasing a £170 galaxy’s edge lightsaber in Florida like you appear to be.

You seem to have plenty of disposable income so just enjoy yourself.
Edited by: "jaypr" 28th Jan
yea i think you
jonnyh13228/01/2020 13:13

You have to love the way some people mention ripoff Britain, no doubt the …You have to love the way some people mention ripoff Britain, no doubt the sort of fellows to vote for Brexit and not understand basic economic laws. In reality people can't understand simple facts, such as how we are bound to exchange rate as these aren't made in the UK. The Pound is as bad as its been in our history so whilst some will call €189 vs £193 "ripoff Britain" they're ignoring the main facts, that being exchange rate is very important. Back in 2016 this would have cost £135. The yen itself is down about 25% since 2016 resulting in direct cost increases, because they aren't gonna lower the profit they make per unit, it just doesn't work like thar.It's brutal, it's gonna cost me £170 for my galaxy's edge lightsaber in Florida, would have been less than £100 in 2008 exchange rate was my first true love.



Yea i think u r getting things abit mixed up they are imported from japan (light sabers from the usa ???!) . even with the conversion they are still £150 to buy from amazon japan. £160 from amazon italy. whats up with the amazon uk pricing at £200.
ADIDASADDICT28/01/2020 12:18

Eu warranty so can deal with Nintendo UK right?? Are we still in the EU???


Direct from Amazon Italy? If so all gone.
dedbeat28/01/2020 09:47

why uk amazon prices so bad


Because we live in rip-off Britain.
dedbeat28/01/2020 18:06

yea i think you Yea i think u r getting things abit mixed up they are …yea i think you Yea i think u r getting things abit mixed up they are imported from japan (light sabers from the usa ???!) . even with the conversion they are still £150 to buy from amazon japan. £160 from amazon italy. whats up with the amazon uk pricing at £200.


How am I getting mixed up, the scenario is exactly the same but with yen, and obviously they are imported from Japan

But the point is still there, the fact the Japanese pay half as much sales tax adds some, then you put importing fees and the fact that exchange rate doesn't fluctuate for amazon, when they're buying the consoles the price is solid and they will still have stock paid for with a different exchange rate, whilst adjusting for new orders with a new exchange rate.

When buying a Japanese imported console from Europe you're really stiring the pot. It goes from Yen, to Euros, and finally to Pounds, with endless fluctuations inbetween.

The switch lite Is £154 from japan, £160 from Italy, and £193 from UK.

But that's just amazon, and as I've tried to explain they are at the mercy of current exchange rate mathematics. It's why it costs £165 in Germany despite them using euros.

It's not a rip of UK thing, you can get it cheaper elsewhere in the UK. Its simply a economic variant that happens for everything. Much of the time we benefit.
jonnyh13228/01/2020 21:02

How am I getting mixed up, the scenario is exactly the same but with yen, …How am I getting mixed up, the scenario is exactly the same but with yen, and obviously they are imported from Japan But the point is still there, the fact the Japanese pay half as much sales tax adds some, then you put importing fees and the fact that exchange rate doesn't fluctuate for amazon, when they're buying the consoles the price is solid and they will still have stock paid for with a different exchange rate, whilst adjusting for new orders with a new exchange rate. When buying a Japanese imported console from Europe you're really stiring the pot. It goes from Yen, to Euros, and finally to Pounds, with endless fluctuations inbetween.The switch lite Is £154 from japan, £160 from Italy, and £193 from UK. But that's just amazon, and as I've tried to explain they are at the mercy of current exchange rate mathematics. It's why it costs £165 in Germany despite them using euros. It's not a rip of UK thing, you can get it cheaper elsewhere in the UK. Its simply a economic variant that happens for everything. Much of the time we benefit.



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