Biozet Attack Rapid 2.3L $12 @ Big W (Save $13)

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Clearance line but lots of stock still around.

This is my favourite laundry detergent. It is made in Japan unlike regular Biozet and is ultra concentrated - just 10c per wash.

Unfortunately it looks like it is being deleted completely from the Aus market.

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    Says $25

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    Sorry showing right price now thanks op must be the slow NBN .

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    Yup $12.00 here in Perth Just ordered 3 for pick-Up

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    Still able to get it at Costco, although $20 normal price, can be had on discounts for $15.

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    This stuff is really good. Been using it for years for all my washing. It claims to be a rapid product but I just use a normal cycle. It doesn't contain any brighteners, so other detergents will deliver whiter whites over time.

    The best deal I found a month ago was 500ml refills of Biozet Rapid for only $2 at Reject Shop. Made in Japan, 7c per wash.

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    do not know why show $25 on website for me.

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    still shows 25 for me on multiple browsers + clearing cache + entering postcode :(

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    I think these were $11 from Woolies over the weekend. Picked up two for $22. Not sure if it's exactly the same thing though

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      No this is a higher concentrate formula and is made in Japan unlike the regular Biozet/softener/odour eliminator versions which are made in Taiwan.

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      This one?

      Not as concentrated, claims 40 washes vs 120 of the one in OP.

      (oops, should have refreshed)

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        yeah that's it. I dunno jack about laundry detergent and saw it on sale for half price so I picked up two.

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    Thanks OP

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    Thanks op just order 6

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    Showing as $12 for a few Victorian stores I tried, but $25 for anything near me in NSW.

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    Still showing $12 for me in Vic…but some stores now out of stock compared to before.

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    bigw website bug.

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    Make sure it is always made in Japan. We've used this brand for a long, long time. Made in Japan formula cleans very well. Made in Taiwan formula isn't the same product from our experience and cleans nowhere near as good (we will not buy the Taiwanese version). We will only buy the made in Japan version. It seems the Taiwan version is made for the "50% off" market and that reflects in the cleaning especially with collar grime, blood and sweat, grass type stains, light grease, food spillage with colours (red & yellow spices)

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      We will only buy the made in Japan version.

      Where else would you look for the one made in Japan once Big W run out ?

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        if not available anywhere else, then we'll switch brands. The non Japanese version, IMHO is just a generic mid-range product. This may sound harsh, but I see it as a 'no frills' home-brand product using the brand of a premium product

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          if not available anywhere else, then we'll switch brands.

          Let me drill the question a bit further.

          Which brand will you switch to, that also have Made in Japan formula or perhaps similar formula?

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    Ordered 4 in WA for pickup, a few hours later, biwW said no stock, will refund me in a week. :(

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    Thanks Op and Singlemalt72, just ordered 4 hopefully they honour it.

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    Thanks a lot, OP. Just ordered two. Loganholme, Beenleigh and Capalaba stores in Brisbane still have stock if someone is interested.

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    No stock in Perth

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    i ordered 3 got 2 :)

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    This product received a poor rating in Choice.

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    I didn't know too much about this product until I saw it was produced by KAO. Have used this product now for about a month and so far, fairly happy. Clothes clean as much as others though there is a weird thing I can't explain. My bees like the smell when hanging the clothes out to dry. You get one or two normally looking for moisture but this laundry detergent has them very interested.

    I use KAO white soap (From Japan) which is a fantastic product and thus this is why I went with their laundry liquid. Foodland had them for $10 each for I think the 2 l containers. Bought about 5 of them but will see if there are any more at the local Big W. It's not like milk is it? Shelf life should be good for a year.

    Saying that, Foodland have restocked again and yes, back at $20.

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      KAO white soap (From Japan)

      Care to elaborate more? I love KAO products.

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        Yes though it's weird.

        I am a snowboarder who started visiting Japan back in 2006. Forgetting to pack toothpaste and soap I thought I would go and buy from the supermarket. The smell of this soap brings back memories of Japan, it's a distinct smell and a spin off is using it as a lather for shaving. Great product which has reduced cuts etc. when shaving. It's just a great lather for general use in the shower and I don't use anything else.

        I buy it on ebay, every year that I visit Nihon I end up bringing a hell of a lot of the soap back in my snowboard back.

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