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Amino Z Hand Sanitiser 1L $19.95 ea + $5 Back in Store Credit ea (Free Delivery 4+ Units, Else $9.99) - More Available @ Amino Z

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May 6 Updates:

  • All orders now shipping within 1 day.
  • Our customer service team is about 2 days behind on emails and are doing their best to catch up (all are doing overtime and we have just hired more people too).
  • Thank you EVERYONE for your patience and overwhelming support while we have been scrambling to get these orders out.

Deal Notes:

In case you're unfamiliar with Amino Z, we're a supplement manufacturer/retailer. And now we're making hand sanitiser in our facility (who'd have guessed). All the obvious reasons why with the gyms being closed.

We are again doing this completely in-house. There's no importing of product and everything is local (ingredients, labour and packaging). Frankly we're just making basic, no-frills hand sanitiser. This is the TGA COVID-19 formulation.

Here's the rundown:

  • It's in an ugly plastic jerry container (We found these after literally days of hunting down containers)
  • I personally created the sticker in Photoshop (Hence why no-frills as this represents the extent of my graphics design skills. As a side note, I am still very jealous of the artwork skills of some of the distilleries.)
  • It's 80% ethyl alcohol (ethanol) with distilled water and propylene glycol (1.45% v/v) and hydrogen peroxide (0.125% v/v). This has been updated as per the TGA guidelines for the COVID-19 pandemic here. This is a slightly viscous liquid formula and is not a gel.
  • It's 100% Australian: We make it in Sydney. Ingredients are all Australian sourced. The bottles are manufactured in Victoria. The labels are printed in Queensland.

The deal is $19.95 each (that's for 1 Litre). Order 4 or more and get free shipping, otherwise shipping is $9.99 Australia Wide (or you can pickup for free).

Plus you'll get $5 back as store-credit per unit. It will be credited to your email once the order ships out and can be used as a discount on any future purchase. Perhaps some added motivation to get back to the gym when they reopen? :)

Orders will now ship within 1 day.

As compared to when we initially launched the deal on April 14th, our cost prices have gone up as I've had to scramble to find more ingredients. However since there will be a slightly longer lead time than last time, I figure it's only fair to keep the deal identical. Plus the previous experience was terrible for some people who spent hours trying to purchase, I cannot in good faith increase this price for all of those who missed out. Instead the only change is that we're accepting credit card (MC/VISA/AMEX) payment directly (using eWay) as to avoid the higher fees of other payment processors (ie. cut out the middle man so we can still make this feasible).

I am aware there have been a number of hand sanitiser deals on Ozbargain lately. I'm hoping that this represents good value given the costs of the components we had to source. Happy to answer any questions!

Jay
Owner/Deals Guy @ Amino Z

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  • +18

    finally, a proper anti-corona bath.

    • +20

      And from a trustworthy store I have purchased many times from

      • +4

        Thanks Mr Chow, really appreciate the support!

        • Jay
        • +1

          sounds suspicious. Jay Chow?

    • Thanks for the upvote Seqool!

      • Jay
    • -1

      Except it is the wrong formulation. Caveat emptor. They might run into the TGA if they don't pull this product.

      • Can you please elaborate on this?

        • +3

          https://www.tga.gov.au/hand-sanitisers-and-covid-19:

          The final formulation of the hand sanitiser must contain only the following ingredients:

          EITHER ethanol 80% v/v (pharmacopoeial grade or food standard grade) OR isopropyl alcohol 75% v/v (pharmacopoeial grade) in an aqueous solution;
          sterile distilled water or boiled cold water;
          glycerol 1.45% v/v (pharmacopoeial grade);
          hydrogen peroxide 0.125% v/v (pharmacopoeial grade); and
          does not contain any other active or inactive ingredients, including colours, fragrances or emollients.

          Provided that the exact formulation and other requirements are followed, this formulation is permitted for use in both healthcare facilities and consumer use.

          OP stated 75% ethanol, which needs to be 80%, also the formulation is missing the hydrogen peroxide (H2O2).

          • +1

            @assailantsky: It looks to me that as the OP has not included any claims to the ability to kill specific organisms (e.g. E.coli or viruses), and/or for it to be used in clinics or hospitals, therefore it will fall under the General Consumer Products ('cosmetics') classification that is not regulated by the TGA, and therefore there is no problem.

            Note that the CDC recommends ethanol concentration above 60%.

          • @assailantsky: The description on their website stated slightly different to what OP stated above.

            This product is only available in a 1L bulk size. It is a slightly viscous liquid formulation.

            Based on the COVID-19 guidelines provided by TGA (The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration), WHO (World Health Organisation) and the US FDA (Food & Drug Administration), we have formulated this hand sanitiser to be 80% ethyl alcohol with the addition of water, propylene glycol and hydrogen peroxide. The combination of ethyl alcohol, hydrogen peroxide and water are necessary for killing germs, while propylene glycol helps moisturise the skin.

            Maybe OP should clarify these numbers.

            • +3

              @anznow: It was originally 75% ethanol but ozbargainers pointed out the Aus gov recommended amount was 80% ethanol.

              OP agreed to change the formula to 80% ethanol.

              OP stated that that the hand sanitiser hasn’t been made yet so the formula can easily be changed.

              • @emoticon: Awesome! Thanks for keep me up to date.

                Just ordered some.

                Thanks Jay and the team for bringing this deal to all of us.

                • +1

                  @anznow: Yup no problemo, there’s heaps of comments posted at different times so it’s all jumbled.

                  Credit should go to assailantsky who pointed out it should be 80%,. Think he was the first to do so which lead to the change.

                  And Jay of course for agreeing to up the alcohol content.

                  They probably needed this preorder to get enough funds to finalise the bottles and ingredients. Which also benefits us cause It’s not too late change the formula.

              • +2

                @emoticon: I'm disturbed that someone who's gone into the business of producing it hasn't done their basic homework. What else haven't they done?

          • @assailantsky: Page not found

      • Why?

        • +2

          https://www.tga.gov.au/hand-sanitisers-and-covid-19

          Specific formulations excluded from TGA regulation for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic

          "On 28 March 2020, specified hand sanitiser formulations were excluded from TGA regulation, as long as they only contain particular ingredients in particular quantities in the final formulation, and comply with certain manufacturing practices, and advertisement and labelling conditions. Provided that the exact formulation and other requirements are followed, this formulation is permitted for use in both healthcare facilities and consumer use."

          If the formulation is not exact, they will be regulated I assume (not a lawyer, I'm a chemist). Happy to be corrected if your reading is different.

          • @assailantsky: https://www.cdc.gov/infectioncontrol/guidelines/disinfection...

            ~70% Ethanol is well accepted as effective for the purpose of killing germs (microorganism)
            The Hydrogen Peroxide is more for killing bacteria spores which is important but not for COVID-19 (virus) purpose. If you are concern regarding bacterial spores then sure have the hydrogen peroxide but how many of us ever uses these hand sanitiser (or worry about spores) before covid comes along?
            Glycerol ~ Polyethylene glycol for moisturising effect though i would personally prefer glycerol.
            I wonder how AminoZ have the distillary to make Ethanol but good on them.

            • -2

              @xzybargain: I guess you'll just have to convince the TGA why their formula is the way they are, because I just copy and paste from their website. But I do note that from TGA's website:

              "The formulations are based on advice by the World Health Organization and similar decisions by the US Food and Drug Administration."

              FDA actually regulates this in the US so CDC is more of an advisory I guess?

          • +3

            @assailantsky:

            If the formulation is not exact, they will be regulated I assume (not a lawyer, I'm a chemist). Happy to be corrected if your reading is different.

            Most store bought sanitisers I've come across, including Dettol, are 70% ethanol v/v. The TGA aren't going after them are they?

            On the same page you linked:

            Hand sanitisers, or antibacterial skin preparations, are considered to be 'general consumer products' (cosmetics) and are not regulated by the TGA if they:

            • are for personal or domestic use only and not for use in a health care setting (this includes aged care facilities), and
            • have claims that are limited to general low level activity against bacteria or germs (for example, kills 99.9% of germs), and
            • have no claims against viruses, and
            • that contain only low-risk ingredients (i.e. does not contain a substance included in Schedules 2, 3, 4 or 8 of the Poisons Standard).

            These guys are selling to the general public, for domestic/personal use and aren't making any claims about killing viruses or otherwise.

            This stuff is actually somewhat reasonably priced, has a very good alcohol content - higher than most store bought stuff, follows a formulation recommended by the WHO. And yet you are negging it…?

            • @Harold Halfprice: Cheers for the heads up, I stand corrected, TGA may not regulate this.

              But in regards to the recommended formula by WHO or otherwise, 80% v/v is recommended.

              Anyhow, Jay has offered to up the ethanol % to 80% and using the TGA formula, so good on him/her and the company!! So win win for them and us!

          • @assailantsky: ….sssshhhhiiiiittttt, all these people getting jibbed into buying ineffective hand sanitizers and disinfectants when most if not all store bought fall under "cosmetics" and really guaranteed to work against this…or any other viruses and diseases…

            General consumer products ('cosmetics') - not regulated by the TGA

            Hand sanitisers, or antibacterial skin preparations, are considered to be 'general consumer products' (cosmetics) and are not regulated by the TGA if they:

            are for personal or domestic use only and not for use in a health care setting (this includes aged care facilities), and
            have claims that are limited to general low level activity against bacteria or germs (for example, kills 99.9% of germs), and
            have no claims against viruses, and
            that contain only low-risk ingredients (i.e. does not contain a substance included in Schedules 2, 3, 4 or 8 of the Poisons Standard).

            So if you want something effective against this and other types of viruses and disease, you should get one that advertises:

            claim to kill specific organisms (e.g. E.coli or viruses), and/or
            are to be used in clinics or hospitals.
            

            So anything that's hospital grade or and specifically states it kills viruses and or diseases somewhere on the label should be good, and according to that site, is mostly hidden behind a pharmacy counter. Who would have guessed that there were two varients of disinfectants, a fake and a real…

            Speaking of which, considering these stuff are still empty, at least from where I am all the shelves are still empty of them, would using dishwashing soap liquid work with water or not really? Since there's plenty of that…. If bar soaps work (apparently, unless I'm mistaken otherwise why would they be emptied), then I assume any other soap like liquid or detergent will work too?

            • @Zachary: Hello Zachary. Looks like you're late to the party. I suggest you google and read about exemptions given by TGA in the current environment; what credible health organisations recommend re personal washing; and what alcohol and % is recommended for killing viruses. I could summarize but you really should do the research and satisfy yourself.

              Suffice to say that there is currently an increased level of trust on behalf of consumers required when purchasing unapproved sanitizers. If there are shonks out there then they are potentially putting lives at risk.

              • -1

                @DisabledUser67242: Nah, I'll be satisfied if someone just spoon fed me the answers. ☺ I'm hungry, feed me pls.

                If there are shonks out there then they are potentially putting lives at risk.

                Gotta make money somehow, right? Whether fake or real, obviously real would cost more because it's real and will do the job properly compared to a fake that would probably not work well….at least compared to one that satisfy the requirements for therapeutic use. Consumers just don't know any better, if the label reads that it kills 100% germs and viruses, then they'll buy it to protect them selves, even if it was false advertisement or and the product itself doesn't exactly pass strict criteria to properly disperse germs and viruses….

                Of course once the customer finds out they were using a dud or a placebo (snake oil if you will) product, then the company making them would be in big trouble if said customer complains and provides evidence of false advertisement…

                • @Zachary: You seem to have trust issues. The simple solution (pun intended) is for you to make your own sanitizer - after someone spoonfeeds you the formula I guess. Second thoughts - probably not a good idea. You'd have no way of testing the raw ingredients without forking out big $ to a lab, and even then how could you trust their analysis, or the formula for that matter?

                  Better you write to the TGA and tell them how consumers are being ripped off by fake claims. They'll want the list of brands and products you reckon are not to be trusted. Heck, I think we'll all be interested in those. When you're ready…..

                  • -1

                    @DisabledUser67242:

                    You seem to have trust issues.

                    How do I have trust issues if I trust the law and trust that someone would spoon feed me the correct answer without me needing to verify what they said is true or not?

                    • @Zachary:

                      Consumers just don't know any better, if the label reads that it kills 100% germs and viruses, then they'll buy it to protect them selves, even if it was false advertisement or and the product itself doesn't exactly pass strict criteria to properly disperse germs and viruses….

                      I can understand why you might be skeptical about claims from some businesses - esp those based in a particular country (bring on the debate about that, readers) - but if you trust the law then you'd trust (most) makers' claims would you not? After all they're required by consumer law not to make false claims.

                      There's plenty of info about sanitizers and personal hygiene out there if you're actually interested. As I've already said, if you have evidence of products not meeting makers' claims we, and the TGA, are all ears.

                      • @DisabledUser67242:

                        I can understand why you might be skeptical about claims from some businesses - esp those based in a particular country (bring on the debate about that, readers) - but if you trust the law then you'd trust (most) makers' claims would you not?

                        I wasn't that skeptical until I read through the TGA guidelines where it specifically stated conditions that they must meet to properly kill viruses and sanitise stuff correctly and if they don't meet them, then it's not guaranteed that it will work as intended and thus I guess would fall in the cosmetic catergoy.

                        After all they're required by consumer law not to make false claims.

                        Mmmm, yes, but isn't what TGA say, it must be up to that standard for it to pass?

                        Here's one that doesn't pass TGA guidelines: https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/89474/care... and it's SDS: http://careline.com.au/Safety%20Data%20Sheet-Careline%20Hand... - so effectively this product is not suitable for use in this current climate of state. Woolworths doesn't seem to have a picture of both sides so it's kinda hard to see what the product looks and if there's anything else of note on the product item.

                        But if going off by that SDS, it states it's got just over 70% Ethanol, TGA standard is minimum 80% and it doesn't even list any other ingredients in detail….

                        They seemed to have removed quite a few hand santiser selections from their website….all that's mostly populated is handwash and in store has more selection but they're all gone from the shelves…lol

            • @Zachary: Yes Zachary, your dishwashing liquid is also effective for cleaning your hand or wiping down surfaces in the home. They all contain surfactants that'll kill the virus.

              And in terms of labeling, you may have noticed that no hand sanitizer claims to kill SARS-CoV2 or any virus for that matter on their label, and only low level claims like kill 99.9% germs. I do think that a lot of people are buying the wrong products for their purpose.

              • @assailantsky:

                Yes Zachary, your dishwashing liquid is also effective for cleaning your hand or wiping down surfaces in the home. They all contain surfactants that'll kill the virus.

                Thanks, we should all be cleaning out the dishwashing detergent shelves as well then! Wait no, I shouldn't be giving out that idea or else these too will be hoarded and cleaned out as well….leaving none to others who actually need some or have ran out…

                And in terms of labeling, you may have noticed that no hand sanitizer claims to kill SARS-CoV2 or any virus for that matter on their label, and only low level claims like kill 99.9% germs. I do think that a lot of people are buying the wrong products for their purpose.

                Yes, that's what I was on about. Of the supposed dis-infectants and hand sanitisers, I've notice none actually state that they kill viruses or this covid19 virus specifically. I've come across a hospital grade hand sanitiser (Aqium) but even that doesn't state that it kills viruses, just low level claims like 99.9% germs and according to TGA standards, that's apparently acceptable for use in this current situation to cleanse oneself, irrespective of its ability to kill viruses including covid19….

                The only thing that I've come across that claims to kill viruses as well and is hospital grade too to boot, is a bottle of Glen 20 spray (which is of course always cleaned out before I get to either coles or woolies stores…)….which, yes as you've guessed would fall under TGA standards for therapeutic use if it was a hand sanitiser instead…

                …although, according to woolies product page, the viruses listed doesn't mention covid19, which means it could, all for we know, useless against cleansing it from surfaces of it….

                Glen 20 Spray disinfectant kills the following germs & viruses:

                Germs/Bacteria:
                - E. coli
                - Salmonella Choleraesuis.
                - Staphylococcus aureus.
                - Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
                - Streptococcus pyogenes.

                Viruses:
                - Rhenovirus Type 37 (a leading cause of common cold).
                - Influenza Type A (H1N1).
                - Poliovirus (on hard surfaces only).
                - Rotavirus SA11.
                - Adenovirus (on hard surfaces only).
                - Avian Flu Virus.
                - Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1 & 2.

                I suppose you could try some Pine O Cleen Disinfectant if you can't find any hand sanitiser since they're usually wiped clean from the shelves…these are supposedly meant for cleaning the really dirty places (like toilets and bins), but if they're good at cleaning those places, then using it to clean your hands would be overkill, despite a warning stating that it's not intended for therapeutic devices (which I assume is use cases as well). It's hospital grade too, to boot so we know it's at least TGA standard level of sanitation. Just make sure to carry a bottle of water with you when you carry a bottle of this on your strolls outside…

                I was lucky to scope out a couple of bottles (the rest of it was of course cleaned out…) because I couldn't find anything that advertises as disinfectants or claiming to kill germs and viruses and I wasn't too sure on the bar soaps and detergents on their effectiveness. Hand wash bottles are also cleaned out too…

                Who was it that said this would be all over in a couple of weeks? Couple of weeks my ass….

                So really Glen 20 would be the most effective in this current pandemic….just spray some on your hands and wipe around until it dries out and hope your hands are cleansed of all the baddies!

      • +53

        Thanks for the feedback assailantsky.

        I've taken a look over this document. Although I'm unsure if the current formulation would qualify under the cosmetic category, I think that it would be better for us just to revise the formulation. The objective of this product is to ensure that it's cost effective (given the crazy prices of late) and is useful in the current crisis. We don't want to be selling a substandard product.

        Since we haven't yet bottled this up, we're going to go ahead and revise the formulation to be as per the TGA formulation.

        If anyone is unhappy with this update please PM us and I'll be more than happy for us to issue a refund. I do not want us to be selling a substandard product.

        • Jay
        • So just to clarify, this will be up to the WHO standard? I managed to finally get 1L after having to (profanity) around for 3 hours! But still very happy to get this stuff as I'll be on teaching rounds in less than 2 weeks.

          • +2

            @AjsGuns: Yes, this will be as per the TGA guidelines which is based on TGA and the US FDA advice.

            And also thanks for the order, I'm so sorry for the troubles.

            • Jay
          • +6

            @AjsGuns: WHO standards? hahahaahaaa

        • +2

          Thanks for the reply Jay. Of course, if you could update the formula then it'll be great for all of people here who has managed to score some at OzBargain. Really appreciate your responsiveness in this matter.

          • +5

            @assailantsky: Of course. And yes the formula has been updated. This will only be a minor modification and I think it's the best thing to do for everyone. Again I really appreciate you bringing this up while I still had the ability to do something about it!

            • Jay
            • +3

              @aminozcomau: Excellent work assailantsky and an intelligent response OP. More power to both your arms.

            • +2

              @aminozcomau: Hi Jay, may I kindly suggest that, after you have tested the product on us :), that you expand your customer base to healthcare and age care settings as arguably they will need this more than we do? You can register your interest here with NSW government: link if you haven't already.

              Good luck!

              • @assailantsky: Good suggestion. Well a big challenge for us is in sourcing the raw materials, but if we have the capacity then absolutely. Thanks for putting that forward assailantsky.

                • Jay
    • +2

      I know this is a joke and all but for the less educated: DON'T BATH IN ALCOHOL

      People have actually died from doing this, your skin absorbs a lot of it then quickly resulting in BAC going through the roof.

      • +10

        Huh so you’re saying there has been an easier and cheaper way of getting drunk this entire time

        • +2

          mmmmm Fruity Lexia jacuzzi.

  • Waits for the - crowd

    • Appreciate the upvote. But ditto on that one :)

      • Jay
  • +4

    I’m confused, this is actually reasonably priced, and if one can make use of the $5 credit it’s well priced…

    • +4

      Thanks mapax appreciate the comment and upvote.

      • Jay
  • Hi whats pickup location?

    • +3

      2/41 Parraweena Rd Caringbah (Sydney). You can order pickup, but you will need to wait for the email confirmation to advise that it's ready for pickup.

      We're open 9am-7pm Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm Sat, and 10am-3pm Sunday, except public holidays.

      • Jay
  • +5

    Finally a relatively normal price (even before taking into account the $5 credit).

    • +4

      Thanks for the positive feedback sqeeksqeek, most appreciated!

      • Jay
  • +4

    Thank you for pricing it so competitively compared to all the recent sanitiser deals posted!

    • +1

      Pleasure! Thanks for the upvote!

      • Jay
  • +5

    For anyone who purchases this and intends on using it regularly, just remember to use moisturiser as this doesn't contain any aloe vera or similar moisturiser

    • +5

      For anyone who purchases this and intends on using it regularly, just remember to use moisturiser as this doesn't contain any aloe vera or similar moisturiser

      It contains propylene glycol which acts as a moisturiser.

    • IT does state Propylene glycol as an ingredient.

    • +8

      The alcohol can be harsh on the skin. We have got the propylene glycol in there to assist the skin to retain moisture. Though I admit with all the extra hand washing and sanitising, moisturiser is a good suggestion too.

      • Jay
      • Possible to add aloe vera or similar?, to add more moisturizing benefit than just Propylene glycol?
        Good to have a rep replying to questions.

        • It's a good suggestion and you can if you prefer. Just be mindful of the quantity to avoid excessive dilution of the alcohol and hydrogen peroxide. We however won't modify our formula as the TGA does not allow for any modifications from their approved formula (including the addition of aloe vera gel). We're sticking strictly with the TGA approved formulation for COVID-19.

          • Jay
          • @aminozcomau: All good, was just curios, as I tend to use it a lot.
            So I'm guessing using more hydrogen peroxide v/v than stated/recommended would negatively alter the effectiveness of the solution?

            • @OrbDaggerZ: To be honest I'm not sure on this as I'm not a chemist. But I would presume so as it is my understanding that the TGA would have advised given the best available information available. This was based on WHO advice.

              • Jay
              • @aminozcomau: Thanks again for the quick reply.
                Anyone else have any insight on this?
                You should have a limit of 4 per customer, to avoid hoarders.

                Seems like a good price, considering I paid $14 for a 400ml Careline hand sanitizer from Woollies the other day.

  • +7

    Thanks OP, bought this instead of Optimum Nutrition protein powder. Hopefully I'll see gains overnight.

    • +2

      This is used for cutting not gains…

    • +1

      Hah! Thanks for the order!

      • Jay
  • +3

    Hi Jay,

    Noting that these are a flammable item, how are they being sent? I assume Australia Post is out of the question?

    • +1

      Actually we are going to have check with our account manager on this one Bob81 and get back to you. We do send typically by Australia Post and Fastway, but if these carriers are both out of the question then we'll be finding an alternative.

      • Jay
      • Typically flammable items can only be sent by road. I have had many flammable solvents sent this way. Class 3 I believe. See Page 9, but a quick call to your acc rep might be useful https://auspost.com.au/content/dam/auspost_corp/media/docume...

        • Thanks for that note sqeeksqeek. None of this will be sent by air, but yes our team will check up on this.

          • Jay
          • +1

            @aminozcomau: Yeah, you usually just need to mark on it road freight only and should be good (just in case planes are used to deal with the current delays)

  • +1

    Have bought supplements from aminoz for many years now and I am a very happy customer.

    • +2

      Thanks for the support riish! Really appreciated.

      • Jay
  • +4

    plus 1.4% cash back

  • +3

    Props to OP for the detailed post and the reasonable pricing.

    • +1

      My pleasure and thanks for the support!

      • Jay
  • +6

    Well done brotha. Showing the love by helping out australia with a decently priced product and sourcing local. Big props to you and aminoz bro😁

    • +6

      Thanks for the comment seekingabargain. Frankly we're all feeling the impact of COVID-19 one way or another, so we do need to help each other out. Really appreciate the support.

      • Jay
  • +2

    Good sup store, decent looking hand sanitiser with a honest sales pitch and and a good price compared to everyone else. If i needed any i would be buying a few thats for sure

    • +1

      Thanks quikrex, really appreciate the feedback and support.

      • Jay
  • +4

    Thank you OP, have placed an order for 4 units. Being Asthmatic and an "essential worker" this will be put to good use. The other bottles will go to my elderly parents and brother.

    • +1

      Oh great thanks for the order! And lucky you got in early before the website crashed from all the traffic!!

      • Jay
      • Indeed I was lucky! Have purchased from yourselves before so the checkout was quick. Thank you again for providing a product at a resonable cost to help those at risk.

  • +1

    And the site crashes!! :)

    Good work on producing and sharing at a good price OP.

    • +1

      Thanks emgee. And yep still working on getting the site back online. I'll be updating the original post as soon as the website becomes reliable once again.

      • Jay
  • +1

    Site is dead :-(

    • +1

      Yep we got smashed and I did not anticipate this level of response. Team is still working on getting the website working again, I'll be keeping the original post updated.

      • Jay
  • +2

    Site under OzBargain bombardment :D

    • Indeed!! Oh boy. Team is still working on getting the website working again, I'll be keeping the original post updated.

      • Jay
  • +1

    Ozbargained :O

    • Still working on this, I'll be keeping the original post updated as we get this resolved. Sorry!

      • Jay
  • Ordered 2 thanks work with disabled children so will come in handy. When do you think it will be ready for pick up?

    • +1

      Thanks for the order mel82! To be safe I would say next week, but you'll get an email notification once it's been allocated to your order.

      • Jay
  • +2

    site has crashed

    • Still working on this, I'll keep the original post updated once we get the server back online. Sorry about this!

      • Jay
  • +1

    Site is dead. Have been a loyal customer for a long time. Hopefully I can get 1L of this and use some of my points that I’ve been accumulating for a few months.

    • Thanks for the support! The site is being temperamental right now but I'll keep the original post up to date as soon as I have an update from the backend team.

      • Jay
  • +6

    Kudos for this reasonably priced locally sourced product in this time of crisis