Rechargeable Aroma Diffuser $32.25 (Was $43.97) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Vytal Goods Amazon AU

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Vytal Goods Essential Oil Diffuser 26% OFF

SALE PRICE: 33.97 with a 5% coupon ($32.25) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU
ORIGINAL PRICE: $43.97 + Delivery ($0 with Prime) @ Amazon AU

Creating a fragrant, pleasant, and healthy atmosphere in your home was never easier. All you have to do is pour 5-10 drops of your favorite essential oil in the diffuser, fill it with water and turn it on. Not only will your home be filled with a subtle, yet wonderful aroma, the vaporizer will also improve the air quality, lift your mood, and relieve you from stress!

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  • Wireless Use & Powerful Emmission - Battery-operated, essentially wireless, functionality. It can work wirelessly for up to 5-8 hours on a single USB charge
  • SILENT OPERATION & NIGHT LIGHT FUNCTION - Perfect for Night-time Use!
  • LARGE CAPACITY & SMALL UNIT - Unlike the competitors, the Vytal Diffuser has the ultrasonic unit at the top. This allows the tank to use the whole lower section, 300mL.

The duration of the continuous spray can last up to 12 hours and the intermittent spray can last up to 18 hours.

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  • +3 votes

    Vytal Goods Essential Oil Diffuser 26% OFF
    $32.25 (Was $43.97)
    SALE PRICE: 33.97 with a 5% coupon ($32.25)
    ORIGINAL PRICE: $43.97

    Either you are lying, or the wise camels are.

    • It has been $31.97 since Apr 06, 2021
    • Under product details, the wise camels have your list price as $33.97
    • According to the price history it was never sold for $43.97
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      Hey mate,

      I just looked on the wise camel's site, and their data does not match what we have been selling it for. This does not make sense as the product was 43.97 before Christmas.

      Thanks!

      • This does not make sense as the product was 43.97 before Christmas.

        Thanks for confirming.

        Read this: https://www.accc.gov.au/consumers/prices-surcharges-receipts...

        What are misleading prices?

        Misleading prices may include:

        • a ‘before’, ‘was’ or ‘strike through’ price that is not the price those items were sold for in a reasonable period immediately before the sale period started
        • ‘savings’ or ‘discount’ statements when compared to the recommended retail price (RRP), but the goods have never been sold at the RRP or the RRP does not reflect a current market price.

        In this instance, Christmas was 4 months ago and since then it was sold for way less. Also does not change the fact that it has been $31.97 since Apr 06, 2021 so your price comparison to your RRP is misleading.

    •  

      Hey mate,

      Yes, that is in fact the product that we are selling.
      However, I'm sure for $5.58 each you wouldn't want the MOQ (Minimum Order Quantity) of 60. This would equate to you paying $334.8 for the diffusers and not including shipping. Additionally, you could get same-day shipping for any of our products.
      To also complicate the pricing, we have to pay an amount to Amazon for their fulfillment services.

      Thanks,

  • Increase the original price —> create a coupon —> advertise on Ozbargain —> sell on original price —> but why?