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  • +11 votes
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      I keep seeing these come up. I'm guessing they are pretty well regarded. How many charges can you typically expect to get from one?

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        All depends on the device - I found the older 10000mAh to be enough to keep my S8 going off-grid for a long weekend (Bluetooth speaker, couple photos here and there etc.)

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        Well an iphone battery has around 3000mAh, so 3 or so full charges. But given not many people let their phone completely die, you would see 6 or more 50% charges.

        An iPad battery is about 10000mAh so one full charge roughly.

        • +5 votes

          You'll have to take into account efficiency loss so not a direct 10,000/3,000

          Not sure of the efficiency percentage off the top of my head tho..

          • +3 votes

            @AAAB: Actual capacity is 6,500 mAh

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              @Rakddon: This here. They're measuring the mAh based on the battery voltage, not the output voltage. Bit dog of them but whatever.

        • +1 vote

          It depends how efficient the voltage on the device is. Normally if it's 10000, then expect actual capacity to be around 8-9. Top of the line powerbanks will be almost the same as listed. Treat it like hard drives - 4TB will actually give 3.63Tb. Better to work off that percentage.

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        dont leave them in your car on a hot day :)

    • +2 votes

      Not quite, i picked one up from this same seller for $15.16 a few weeks ago. I put it up, but the deal was unpublished due to insufficient stock, which was incorrrect there was planty of stock - the seller just keeps putting them up as different listings

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      Plus $15 in postage?

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      $15 for postage ? no way…..

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        Free delivery with eBay plus.

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      No stock?

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        Just put it on your watch list. More stock should be added soon.

  • +16 votes

    Allphones Online have already price jacked their Apple Watch 4 to $836. $37 above RRP at the apple store.

    Friggen bulldust grrrrr… ebay lets these jokers get away with it for the sake of marketing.

    • +1 vote

      Kogan was fined for same behavior.

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      It really is upto the general public to be vigilant, not spoonfed dummies. If they are dodgy, don't deal with them. No, don't.

      RRP afterall is only the Recommended price anyway, not mandatory price.

      A quick google search will give the average slob a good guide to what something is worth. Esp, an Apple product. If they can't be f'ed to do that, maybe the seller who thinks they can sell higher than Apple, deserves the sale. Similarly, like a $5 coke in a BP servo vs Colesworth. No need for the gov to crack down on BP.

  • +4 votes
    • +7 votes

      Ah damn, beat me to it :) You missed smarthomestoreau. Added them here

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        Both links above did not work

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        Thanks - used a script that missed that URL format ;-)

  • +2 votes

    Some of the Lego works out cheap at Hobby Warehouse

    https://www.ebay.com.au/sch/m.html?_ssn=hobbywh&LH_PrefLoc=&...

    • +1 vote

      Thx, bought LEGO 8293 Power Functions Motor Set. Its not cheap though, other places are selling it at $38. Got it from ebay coz I got credits in it.

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      Hogwarts castle down to $535.. not too bad.

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        It was cheap when I looked earlier, Jack is back.

        • +1 vote

          Took a quick look : Ferris Wheel , Boost , Dragon Boat Race, Fishing store and Parisian Restaurant great prices after 15 % off .

    • +1 vote

      Thanks for the link mate :)

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    When will the support the users who list stuff an not their stores they look after all the time.
    Ebay probably have a built in price jack feature on % off deals for them

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    Any Switch games?

  • +6 votes

    At the very least these businesses should not have their prices above the already inflated Australian RRPs smh

  • +4 votes

    Numerous prices above RRP

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    Waiting for next 20% off on TVs…

    • +2 votes

      with a price increase of 25%

  • +2 votes

    Did you hear about the pelican? It's beak can fit more than it's belly can

    • +5 votes

      Well… everybody knows that the bird is a word.

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    Price jack plus postage is no deal. Had a good run over the weekend though.

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    Zion!

  • +4 votes

    Price jack of all time.

    8 sold. Only 1 left.

    ONLY $100,329 PLUS Shipping!

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-618-GREY-SOFA-BED-FABRIC-3-T...

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      A 3 seater sofa bed for $100,000 :) wow.. must be made of gold and diamonds

    • +2 votes

      Different form of price jacking, they put the price up so no one buys. Likely the seller had no stock left but wants to keep the listing for some reason while they restock (search ranking may be). History shows the sold ones were $329. The true price jack items are those intentionally fool people thinking they are getting a 15-20% sale.

  • +1 vote

    Jack is back. NO BARGAIN!!!

  • +1 vote

    So many jacks…

  • +2 votes

    goose session IPA - went up to $45 from $35. Would have bought some if it wasnt jacked.

    • +2 votes

      Never mind they fixed it up… bought a case for $29.75 now

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    Don’t buy with Gearbite. I bought a Xiaomi robot vacuum cleaner from their eBay store less than a year ago, when I asked to claim the one year warranty they promised. They simply don’t respond and it’s still not resolved. If you don’t want to waste $300 odd dollars, don’t buy Xiaomi with them

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      There's a Gearbite rep that posts here… maybe you can find that user and message them?

    • +1 vote

      Gearbite seem to be excellent around here, and the rep here seems great in responding. Honestly, your comment is the first negative time I've read about gearbite.

      Did you mean gearbest?

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      They have replied to my Facebook message this morning. Bryan from Gearbite was quite helpful and I have successfully posted the item for warranty. I was told that my previous message was blocked by eBay because I left my person email there. Anyway, looking positive now.

  • +2 votes

    The 2 stores I checked that were of interest, Hobby Warehouse and Lemony Gem Toys, were more expensive even with the discount than lots of other places. I imagine other stores will be the same. No deal.

  • +2 votes

    Enter the item number at the end of this link if you want to see the previous selling price of an item: https://offer.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewBidsLogin&ite...

  • +1 vote

    Jack seems to be working hard today.

  • +2 votes

    Hmm the item I wanted to buy has been jacked up and costs more than me walking into JB or Bing Lee at their normal price…

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    Wow. So I just discovered German Dick knives.

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/FDICK-F-DICK-GERMAN-6-INCH-SKINN...

    Wow.

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      Do-it-yourself circumcisions.

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      Perfect for cutting German wieners.

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    Searching for a new Apple Phone . Don't get these are new in generic boxes . This iPhone 6 is a fully functional factory second and may have some minor mark and scratches to the housing . Then no normal warranty unless pay . Loophole ?

    New Iphone 6 from $190 if true lol .

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-Apple-iPhone-6-16GB-64GB-128...

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    Coffee and wine seller, might look at their beans now I have a machine! Any ideas on beans PM or comment. Looking through old forums now

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      About my understanding from same position is # around with cheaper beans till you get the feel of the machine . Then find fresh beans to your liking after that :)

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    Chalet/Knives Online used to regularly be 20% off.

    boo-urns, eBay.

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    Hi, I tried the code on the Ninebot ES2 from Gearbite but it doesnt seem to work. Anyone having difficulties on some items too?

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      Worked for me but did not checked out, I've read somewhere that you can only use the PELICAN code 5 times?

      If it's the case then you might've used it all up.

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      Ended up checking out and paid the Ninebot ES2 for $559.95 using the PELICAN code

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    I was hoping to see the good guys or bing lee in the list

    Buying a dishwasher and wanted to save a bit

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      Find any deals? I'm also looking for a dishwasher.

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    Failed with Ebisu. Damn…