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Hand Sanitiser 75% Alcohol 500ml $12.50 or 6 for $59.70 + $7.95 or $9.95 Shipping @ Inspirited

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Hey Ozbargain,

I've been a lurker on your community for many years now and I hope that in some small way I can give back. We have sea-freighted hand sanitiser and are looking to distribute to as many people as we can during these difficult times with units that are reasonably priced - some might call it a bargain. Our shipments will be ready for despatch on the 28th of April (5,000 units) and the 15th of May (20,000 units).

It's explained in more depth on the website but TLDR, through our networks developed from creating our brand, Convict Bitters, we had a contact that was manufacturing hand sanitiser. We wanted to pass this onto you for as cheap as possible whilst also supporting our staff, so it would be very much appreciated if you can purchase a bottle of Convict Bitters to keep you company during quarantine.

Single unit hand sanitiser (500mL) is $12.50 + $7.95 Australia-Wide Flat Shipping
6-pack hand sanitiser (500mL) is $9.95/unit + $9.95 Australia-Wide Flat Shipping
Convict Bitters is $19.95/unit + Free Shipping

Yours in discounts,
The InspiritedAU Team

(Pre-Order 28/4, 15/5 Despatch)

ABN: 32 632 786 522
Address: 18 Pike Street, Rydalmere, 2116, NSW (As per the Convict Bitters Website)

EDIT: We completely understand that the preorder date is half a month away, so if anyone makes a purchase and decides they no longer need the product, please get in touch with [email protected] and we will provide you with a full refund, provided the product hasn't been despatched!

EDIT 2: We've received the goods and will start despatching tomorrow (28/04/2020)!

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    always the same old ones ———

  • +10 votes

    your titel says: " $9.95 for 6 Units"

    that's misleading, as the price is $9.95 per unit when buying 6 pack.

  • +2 votes

    Website looks dodgy as hell 🤔

    • +3 votes

      If there's anything I can provide you to prove that we're not dodgy, please let me know and I'll amend the description. I'm sure lots of people have this concern, however, we wanted to get this website up as fast as possible. You can see our primary website at convictbitters.com.au if that alleviates any concern.

      • +3 votes

        Abn nunber. Address of your business location

        • +11 votes

          ABN: 32 632 786 522
          Address: 18 Pike Street, Rydalmere, 2116, NSW (As per the Convict Bitters Website)

      • +9 votes

        You should really add the sanitiser as an additional product on your existing website, like what other distillery’s have done.
        It makes no sense to register a new domain name and create a new website just for this hand sanitiser 😒

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    Checkout says no payment method available.

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    Do you provide pickup?

  • +44 votes

    These hand sanitiser posts are cancer. I don't even mean the product, the deal, the OP. What are we doing people? Want some? Buy. Generally the product is hard to get. Don't want it? Then don't buy. Above all, let's be more kind to each other. Many here are going through stuff, many are scared. I love ozbargain. The positivity has gone down the toilet. As the weeks and months get tougher, we should feel cool posting here and getting kindness not negative vibes. But hey maybe that's just my opinion. A great place has lately been less great.

    • +7 votes

      Let's make OZB great again..

    • +5 votes

      part of the issue is with the increased demand there is is also people setting up shops with popular items as scams

      so people are also hyper vigilant and more so than normal

      • +6 votes

        I agree. Just the amount of bitching about hand sanitiser.. I couldn't take it anymore. Let's simply not give a + to average posts and the rest will take care of itself. The banging on about it is getting worse than the potentially crappy deals. Almost giving posts more life by bringing posts that should be hidden from the frontpage to life with an inordinate amount of controversy.

    • +3 votes

      This.

    • +2 votes

      Issue is, its meant to be about bargains, not stock or back in stock posts. As well as when you see companies price gouging and playing on peoples fears.

      • +2 votes

        You can deal with your "issue" by doing exactly what seamonkey said. Don't like it, don't buy. Just move on.

        • +4 votes

          Actually thats why there are positives and negative voting abilities as well as comments. And this site is I repeat, about bargains and deals. Otherwise might as well link it to a online shopping website.

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            @lonewolf: Yeah so you could leave it at a positive or negative vote and let that speak for itself. You refer to bargains and deals as if it were the objective goal of everyone, but bargains and deals are subjective and therefore depend on circumstance. That's why it's better to just vote and leave it at that. Anyway I know I'm perpetuating the negative vibe so I'll stop replying.

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              @spiff: Actually voting negative is worse for the OP than pointing out the pitfalls of the deal as in, its not a good price or the company is bad etc etc. As well as leaving comments helps other people understand the issues. So then they can make an informed decision.

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                @lonewolf: You've been here a long time lonewolf, you know that users can't cast negative votes without comments, right?

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                  @Gorian4: I never said to leave a vote without a comment that was the previous user.

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                    @lonewolf: Ah yes, my apologies

                    • +1 vote

                      @Gorian4: You all have really good points. I feel like the negative votes lately are just pointing at ugly/fat people in the street and screaming 'you're ugly/fat!

                      Must be a mindset because, for me, no positive vote no negative vote is about as powerful for me. If you haven't made the post really positive (I'm talking in terms of your votes) then I'm not very motivated to look at what's on offer. I trust you all. No positive means deal is crap. Heaps of negatives just make it messy and personal.

                      We are living in unusual times when we should expect overpriced sanitiser. Just as we this week don't expect to see the same kind of toilet roll deals we expected 2 months ago.

    • +1 vote

      I'm not sure if I'd ever say Ozbargain was a positive place, would you? Anonymous negatives, disputes, people begging others to be nice in the first post, criticisms etc.

      Great bargains and resourceful, yes. Positive, no.

  • +3 votes

    just keep in mind itsmore than a month away for delivery.

  • +3 votes

    Do you have the capacity to take on a big order. I do community nursing and we are really struggling to find any but really are in need of it.

  • +3 votes

    Hi, question…why don’t you guys make your own like other places than importing it from China???

    • +2 votes

      i maybe wrong, but I see the distilleries making the hand sanitiserrs and not the breweries, so I guess a different process?

      • +1 vote

        Yes could be the case!

      • +4 votes

        The vast majority of "distilleries" in Australia don't distill the alcohol themselves, even some of the more prominent Australian Distilleries are just buying in their Ethanol in bulk (usually at ~94% alc/vol). What the Distilleries do is distill the aromatics to infuse into Ethanol.

        All the Distilleries that are making hand sanitiser now are just using their already existing supply chains of Ethanol to pivot their business into bottling hand sanitiser instead. The biggest hurdle that all of these distilleries are having now is a shortage in reagents such as glycerine or propylene glycol as well as actual bottles to put the end product in.

    • +1 vote

      Hey mate, making bitters making is a week long extraction process using alcohol so we don't actually make our own alcohol for that process.

  • -1 vote

    Is it Made In CHINA?

    • +1 vote

      Probably.
      But vote with your dollar in the next 6 months. Right now, live however it needs to happen.

      I agree with what you're getting at just, not in the middle of the peak.

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        It doesn’t make any sense buying a “safety” product that’s made in China! The origin of fake, poor quality products!
        Yes, I’ve just voted today with my $ by buying a 500ml Australian Made for $10.

  • +5 votes

    Apologies Op,
    just double checking.

    If I go by the brand "aitemay' on the bottle/picture, a search brings up Aitemay as registered/located in Shenzhen China?

    also a whois on the domain inspirtedau.com shows the domain was registered 14/05/2019 to a company in singapore?

    Domain Name: INSPIRITEDAU.COM
    Registry Domain ID: 2390672269_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
    Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.crazydomains.com
    Registrar URL: http://www.crazydomains.com.au
    Updated Date: 2019-05-14T03:25:11Z
    Creation Date: 2019-05-14T02:58:19Z
    Registry Expiry Date: 2020-05-14T02:58:19Z
    Registrar: Dreamscape Networks International Pte Ltd

    that tells me, maybe the sister company is located in Singapore and you have 2 deliveries coming?

    It doesn't matter if the sanitizer is coming from China, it would be ridiculous to assume it's bottled corona.

    • +1 vote

      Hi mate, yes the goods come from China! In regard to your question our IT team said "Crazy domain is part of dreamscape. I suspect dreamscape is a global company and the regional head office is in Singapore. The name "Pte Ltd" in Singapore is the same as "Pty Ltd" in Australia." but the company is definitely Australian made and owned

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        Thank you, order placed including a bottle of Convict.

        • +1 vote

          Thank you, really appreciate it! We'll despatch that this coming Tuesday for you and we'll despatch your hand sanitiser when it arrives. Happy Easter!

    • +4 votes

      Hi mate, definitely understand where you're coming from. The factory we were introduced to has been making hand sanitiser for many years now and are FDA approved (certificate and certificate number are on the website) so this is not a repurposed factory. Hope this alleviates some concern!

      • +2 votes

        Sorry mate but FDA says different.

        FDA does not approve cosmetics.

        Examples of cosmetics are perfumes, makeup, moisturizers, shampoos, hair dyes, face and body cleansers, and shaving preparations. Cosmetic products and ingredients, and their labeling, do not require FDA approval before they go on the market. There’s one exception: color additives (other than coal-tar hair dyes). Cosmetics must be safe for their intended use and properly labeled.

        FDA doesn’t approve companies.

        FDA does not “approve” health care facilities, laboratories, or manufacturers. FDA does have authority to inspect regulated facilities to verify that they comply with applicable good manufacturing practice regulations.

        Owners and operators of domestic or foreign food, drug, and most device facilities must register their facilities with FDA, unless an exemption applies. Blood and tissue facilities also must register with the agency.

        Mammography facilities must be FDA certified and must display their FDA certificates where patients can see them. The certificate indicates that the facilities have met stringent standards for providing quality mammography.

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          Hey mate, sorry I believe I may have misunderstood. The certificate says the facility and company is FDA registered? Unsure whether that makes a difference or not, but happy to take down that section if I'm wrong.

          • +2 votes

            @InspiritedAU: I am not fussed. If you think it will help yourself avoid liability just have it as FDA registered. Do not use approved.

            I've done business with Chinese businesses a few times and my suggestion is to do research and research some more.

    • +2 votes

      ‘True ozbarginer’?? I bet some people are buying their own because their work won’t provide it and they need it (supermarkets for example)

      • +1 vote

        Got 400ml hand wash from Woolies for $1.40 a bottle. Got 4 bottles in Feb while it was all blowing up in Iran and Italy while people were still acting like nothing was happening.

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          Just paid $14 at Woolies for a 400ml bottle yesterday (sad panda), it's Careline branded (Au made), it does have fragrance thou, a bit more than I liked, but would buy again.

          Wished I had stocked up a bit, before things went bad.
          I read up about the virus in Jan, then thought it was a minor issue, till 2-3 months later, all bad then on.
          I never watch the news or TV much & live alone, it took my brother mentioning about it, that things are shutting down/going bad.

          I now read about it daily.
          Bloody idiots who approved the letting of passengers from the 2 cruise ships.

          Anyway, I was using the 24 Daily brand 1L for $10 from Terry White Chemist before all this.

          Stay safe people.

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    Is this ozbargain, or lets pay expensive prices?

  • +3 votes

    Thanks for the posting… I think it is a bargain! At least I got somewhere to buy what I need, the chemist giants like chemist warehouse, they always have stock for internal use but never nothing for sale!

    • +3 votes

      No problem, I'm glad we could help! This is just as much for our staff as it is for you guys. I want to make sure they're still being paid through this pandemic, really appreciate your comment!

  • +7 votes

    This works out at $23.22 per Litre if buy 6 after delivery.

    This is a very reasonable price, considering Aqiam Hand Sanitiser usually sells for approximately $15-$17 per litre during normal times.

    • +4 votes

      Thanks mate, really appreciate the feedback! We really have made this as cheap as possible whilst allowing a small margin so that we can still pay our staff.

    • +2 votes

      As a comparison, Aqium Antibacterial Hand Sanitiser 375ml is listed on Chemist Warehouse for $7.99 (although no stock available).

      At this price, 1 Litre works out to be $21.31 per litre for the 375ml.

      Need to buy the 1 Litre Aqiam bottle to get $15-$17 per litre price.

      But it is almost impossible to find at the moment.

      So $23.22 per litre delivered or $19.90 per litre if picked up, for 6 x 500ml bottles, is very reasonable in my opinion.

  • +5 votes

    Personally I would not purchase from the direct sites without PayPal.

  • +3 votes

    Tough crowd today.

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      When confined to limited spaces, mankind channels its anger into the species referred to as 'keyboard warrior'

      Mind you, when limitations were not in place, people still didn't go outside anyways lol

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      It’s a good deal, much better than the one I posted.

      Between the DB cosmetic 500ml 6 pack and now this one, I’m set for the next few months.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks OP - wife is a front line worker and we've got major risk factors in our family, had trouble getting some and appreciate what you're doing here. Ordered some bitters too 😊.

    • +2 votes

      Thank you, really appreciate it! We'll despatch that this coming Tuesday for you and we'll despatch your hand sanitiser when it arrives. Happy Easter! Also, all the best to you and your wife. Our team and I'm sure everyone appreciates the hard work and risk she has undertaken.

  • +4 votes

    I just purchased 6, I'm trusting it will be good quality.

    The price isn't that bad. I purchase regularly from my local chemist and coles. I pay around the same price.

    I'm guessing OzBargainers get hand sanitizer for less elsewhere during normal periods, but considering this stuff has become hard to get I think the price is good.

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