USB AA/AAA battery charger only around £1.60 @ DealExtreme
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USB AA/AAA battery charger only around £1.60 @ DealExtreme

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Found 4th May 2009
Just ordered this little thing
The reviews on it are ok, And the price is great
Also free postage

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Looks like a wee bargain :thumbsup:
Cant grumble at that price even if you do have to wait 3 weeks for it to come ;-)

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hunchback;5113551

Looks like a wee bargain :thumbsup:Cant grumble at that price even if you … Looks like a wee bargain :thumbsup:Cant grumble at that price even if you do have to wait 3 weeks for it to come ;-)



I orded a DS charger of there, and was here within 10 days

I got a Wii rechargeable USB thingy and it took 26 days so laws of averages I suppose ;-)

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hunchback;5113704

I got a Wii rechargeable USB thingy and it took 26 days so laws of … I got a Wii rechargeable USB thingy and it took 26 days so laws of averages I suppose ;-)



Yeah, Its probably just waiting for stock

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Thanks for the rep anyways

NintySix;5113725

Yeah, Its probably just waiting for stock



To be honest at the price I wasn't complaining!

sorry, not related to this deal specifically but more generally to this seller.
Can anybody tell me if they have ever been stung with import tax as a result of buying from this site? I am always a little worried buying something from the USA in case the Goods and Excise people get hold of it.
Thanks very much.

pegsw;5114248

sorry, not related to this deal specifically but more generally to this … sorry, not related to this deal specifically but more generally to this seller.Can anybody tell me if they have ever been stung with import tax as a result of buying from this site? I am always a little worried buying something from the USA in case the Goods and Excise people get hold of it.Thanks very much.



DX are in Hong Kong, though the prices as US$. Under th4e rules stuff that's less than £18 in value isn't taxed, nor are gifts upto, I believe, £35 - helpfully DX mark their items as gifts, so below this you shouldn't have any bother. Above this then it's a possibility, but my own experience is that more often than not you don't get charged. Hope this helps.

That is very usefull to know. Thanks ever so much!:thumbsup:
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