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Back to Work Tradies Sale - 20% off Selected Stores @ eBay

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Terms & conditions:

  1. By using or attempting to use the redemption code for this offer, you agree to accept and be bound by these terms and conditions.
  2. This offer commences at 10.00 (AEDT) on 16 January 2018 and ends at 23.59 (AEDT) on 22 January 2018 (“Offer Period”).
  3. The offer entitles you to a 20% discount off the purchase price (excluding postage) at Participating Stores on eBay.com.au during the Offer Period, up to a maximum discount of $1000 per transaction.
  4. Participating Stores means:
    • 4wdindustries
    • archm-suspension
    • auto8
    • bargainsonline-australia
    • c_tools_plus
    • chalet-essentials
    • discountbrandsaustralia
    • handyimports
    • hooked-online
    • klika-living
    • klika-trade
    • knives-online
    • knivesandmoreaus
    • laj9100
    • laser.tool.specialist
    • outbaxcamping
    • ozo.estore
    • ozo.online
    • ozplaza.living
    • panatechnology
    • plasteringsupplies
    • sparesbox_auto
    • sunyee-au
    • superbargainoz
    • tradetoolsupplies
    • wholesale-superstore
  5. Only 3 transactions per person during the Offer Period.
  6. The total discount is capped at $1000 per transaction.
  7. Multiple items may be purchased in one transaction (up to a maximum of 10 items per transaction).
  8. eBay reserves the right to disallow or reverse a discount in circumstances where it believes a sale or purchase of any item as part of this sale has not been made in good faith. This includes any collusive conduct by buyers or sellers or any other conduct which eBay considers unfair or untoward.
  9. To redeem this offer during the Offer Period, enter the redemption code PRO20 into the redemption code box during the checkout process. You must be an eBay.com.au registered member.
  10. Items will only be shipped to addresses within Australia.
  11. Gift cards/certificates/vouchers are excluded from this offer.
  12. Not to be used in conjunction with any other eBay offer, coupon or voucher. Only one redemption code can be used per transaction.
  13. Your eBay.com.au account must be active at the time of redemption (not suspended nor made inactive by eBay).
  14. In the event you return or seek a refund on any item purchased using this discount, the value of the discount will not be refunded to you.
  15. This offer cannot be withdrawn into your bank account and cannot be transferred.
  16. Sellers are responsible for their own stock and eBay does not guarantee the availability of stock.
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  • +1 vote

    Nice find crazynic

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    WHAT

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    I am looking at getting a "car Jump starter power bank". It is still cheaper to buy from sellers not listed above.

  • +2 votes

    Yep, back to work fellas. I got myself a camping tent. What did you get?

  • +6 votes

    I don't know about you fellas buy I bought myself a sweet ass testing only do not buy. what a bargain
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/For-Test-Listing-Only-Do-Not-Buy...

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    All those sites sell the same stuff at the same price……

    I think this might be a scam BUT stand to be corrected.

  • +1 vote

    Hi All

    I am looking at purchasing a cordless drill and wondering what is a decent brand. I understand Makita is but might be out of my price range so are there any mid range that still good?

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      I'm real happy with my ryobi…drill driver set put up a 100 sq m hardwood deck a few years ago and still going strong (both deck and drills)

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      https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/355018

      The prices here are pretty good, but this is trade level stuff.

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      If you want a drill that does everything and cheap buy the Rockwell drill from SCA which is listed here, it's great and does hammer with 2 batteries for 48 buck except its just gone back up to 97, bound to come back down if you can wait though

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    Good timing looking for a new cordless drill. Did any find any good deals for ryobi drills?

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    Anyone in the market for a 12V solar panel, they are fantastic prices with this code @outbaxcamping. For example 160W for $99 delivered: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/160W-Mono-Solar-Panel-12V-Single...

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      That Panel will never deliver more than ~100W. Here is the math

      1000w per m3, 17% efficiency, 1200x550mm, ~90% surface area is solar cells

      1000 x 0.17 x 1.2 x 0.55 x 0.9 = 100.9

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        Interesting point you make there. Surely that would be covered by PayPal buyer protection.

        I ordered one of the same seller's other panels (not 160W), and while doing the same calculation for its specifications gives slightly better results, it still ends up a lot below specified Wattage.

        I'll test it once I receive it and we shall see. With Paypal and a 99.7% seller rating I am sure things will end up all right somehow.

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          Yeah, I’ve purchased and returned some “200w” panels that were more like 110w from eBay. I bet there are MANY people who’ve been scammed by cheap mislabeled Chinese products. (10000mah 18650s anyone)

          Ended up getting some genuine 160w panels from supercheap auto during a 20% off sale for $160

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          @Ice-Eyes:
          I think you are onto something. Multiple sellers on Ebay sell panels of exactly the same size and rated wattage. They must be aware of what they are selling (even if their overseas supplier already changed the labels), but they probably get away with it because most buyers never notice and processing a few refunds every now and then still works out more profitable overall. Shame on them!

          For 200W panels I found one seller who sells panels at a similar price (~ $150), but sized 1580x808, which would be realistic. Unfortunately they are not part of the 20% off deal. Too late now anyway since I'd already ordered.

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          @Ice-Eyes:
          Thanks again for alerting me to the issue. The "200W" panel turned out to be about 150W. It still does work for the intended application so I asked for a partial refund and got 25% back.

          They gave 25% of original price. Since I bought with 20% discount I ended up paying only $81.40 for that 150W panel. Great deal, but of course only for people who notice the discrepancy and lodge a dispute.

          Next question is how long the panel will last. It came with no documentation whatsoever, no way to claim anything after the 1 year warranty given by the seller. Well, it will mostly have paid for itself within a year.

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          @team teri: you’re welcome. Price per watt is definitely very good. But check for damaged cells, and be prepared for issues later just in case.
          I bought 160w panels from supercheap auto, exactly as rated and working perfectly with a local warranty if I have issue, but I paid about $1/watt, vs your 60c

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    Anyone have any recommendations re a one-person swag? Is this reasonable quality? https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Weisshorn-Biker-Swag-Camping-Sin...

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      check out the 4wdsupacentre Kings brand swags, got one myself, good quality and cheap.

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        Yeah I've been looking at the 4wdsupacentre ones prior to this. The one I linked comes out ~$10 more, I was hoping someone would say it is $100 better than the Kings one. :-)

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    Cheers, just in time for brake pads

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    Which drill is best for roofing screws?

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    Any good deals on decent woodoworking saws? Table saws, mitre saws, circular saw etc.

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      Aldi's got a table saw $149 and circular saw $69.99 on sale at the moment. Donno if it's decent though.

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    Was thinking of getting a petrol chainsaw… need to hit some golden cane palms soon… Nothing branded (Stihl/Husqvarna/Makita etc) seem to be included in this 20% off ebay special… only relatively light duty disposable stuff… anyone sees anything noteworthy please reply below. Any +ve feedback for Giantz, Yukon, ArmorBilt etc? Thanks in advance.

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      i've got a Yukon branded multi tool. Contained 32cc motor, 2 steel brush cutter blades, a nylon trimmer head (unused), a hedge trimmer & my favourite - 6 metres of extendable chainsaw goodness.

      look, it was cheap ($215 delivered for the kit) but it's been fine. only issue has been that the chain tensioner has worn slightly, I'm pretty sure I will be able to find a replacement item. it works loose after ten minutes of cutting. it had a solid workout the first year I bought it including cutting through six inch dead red gum limbs, less so since then. as with most tools, maintenance is important. Very important to keep the chain nice and sharp - i use a stihl branded manual sharpener, little and often.

  • +1 vote

    Was hoping to get a Dremel rotary tool (e.g. Dremel 3000), but no results unfortunately — only drill bits and accessories.

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    everything is overpriced

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    Any good all in one tool sets. Looking for a multipurpose tool set that can cover most around the house duties and maintenance and home care. All I got now is a $2 screwdriver set and a hammer.

    Looking at changing a few door locks and maybe some windows in future among other things.

    A simple 2 in 1 tool set etc will suffice. Don't really need the electric stuff but I won't complain for the right price.

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    Anyone has a Ryobi cordless and rechargeable lawn mower? Based on reviews on youtube they appear to be great but was thinking what people here think?
    Any recommendation on any lawn mower (can be petrol based as well)?

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      I bought the Ryobi brushless 20in 36v self propel 2 months ago, I cant believe how good it is. Will never go back to petrol.

  • +1 vote

    Price Jack Warning: I added several items to my watchlist/cart over the day and when I went to buy them I noticed the prices had increased ($5 - $20. The sellers had also updated the banners over the picture with 20% discount instead of the old 5%.

    They know how to ruin a bargain :(