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[Klarna] Apple AirPods 2 $139.50, AirPods Pro $220.50 / AirPods Max Pink $635, Black $640 + Delivery ($0 w/ Kogan First) @ Kogan

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Utilising the current Klarna x Kogan 4th instalment waived deal there are some deals to be had with Apple AirPods:

Update - User JonL123(https://www.ozbargain.com.au/comment/10878192) has noticed that the same items on the Sky Phonez website mentions them being an 'Overseas Model'. This is not mentioned on the listings on the Kogan website, but is an anomaly that could have consequences for warranty if they are indeed grey/direct imports.
Link to all the screenshots taken 20210812 of all items below have been saved - send me a PM if you would like a copy.

Newly-found listings that come from AU sellers:
NEWYL ADDED - Apple AirPods 2 via Sky Phonez - $149.25 + delivery (free with Kogan First sub/trial) with full 2 year warranty - 100% AU Stock
NEWYL ADDED - Apple AirPods 2 with Wireless Charging Case via Sky Phonez - $189 + delivery (free with Kogan First sub/trial) with full 2 year warranty - 100% AU Stock
NEWYL ADDED - Apple AirPods Pro via Sky Phonez - $236.25 delivered with full 2 year warranty - 100% AU Stock
NEWLY ADDED - Apple AirPods Max - Black via Sky Phonez - $640 delivered with full 2 year warranty - 100% AU Stock
NEWLY ADDED - Apple AirPods Max - Silver via Mobile World / Mobilecity AU - $648 delivered with full 2 year warranty - 100% AU Stock

Original deals that I from Kogan.com:
Apple AirPods 2 - $139.50 + delivery (free with Kogan First sub/trial)
Apple AirPods 2 with Wireless Charging Case - $183.75 + delivery (free with Kogan First sub/trial)
Apple AirPods Pro $220.50 + delivery (free with Kogan First sub/trial).
Apple AirPods Max - Pink $635 delivered.
Apple AirPods Max - Green $648 delivered.

All prices above take into account the 4th payment being fully/partially waived by Klarna.

Cheapest price I've seen on OzB for the AirPods Max on a cursory search, with the next closest deal being at $635.95 during the AfterPay x eBay 15% off sale

All the above links are for items sold directly from Kogan Australia. I've chosen not to include the other AirPods Max on sale currently on the Kogan.com website as they are from another vendor operating out of HK. YMMV on warranty and/or peace of mind with such devices not coming from Kogan Australia.

Original Klarna x Kogan deal.
Thanks Abadabba, <3 yojabbajabba

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  • +1

    Thoughts on +3yr warranty for AirPods Pro for $40 via Kogan.com? Seems much better value than AppleCare+ for 2year @ $49.

    • +38

      I'd rather deal with Apple than Kogan for warranty

      • +1

        AppleCare covers you breaking them / water damage. I doubt Kogan will give you a new pair if you break them

        • I was thinking at end-of-life when the batteries are shot after 3 years, that's when I'd want to make the most of the warranty. I owned an OG pair of Airpods which had batteries that tanked just after the 2 year mark.

          • +7

            @yojabbajabba: Just like all 3rd party warranties… Prepare to fight the seller about "user damage" or "wear and tear"

            • +10

              @krisspy:

              What is not included…. 16. Faults arising as a result of normal wear and tear (e.g. batteries, belts, fuses, seals);

              Well, that seals it.

            • +2

              @krisspy: Yep, these 3rd party warranties ("insurance" more than a warranty as such) are not usually as easy to claim as many might think.
              Sometimes you'll need to fight it for some length of time.
              Standard Australian warranty is 2 years without any cost, but yes, this is the warranty I am referring to (not damage caused by the user).

              • @SimAus007: FYI There isn't really any standard period for the statutory warranty. Under the Australian Consumer Law its just a reasonable period of time depending on the good.

                • +1

                  @txchou: I wasn't referring to "statutory warranty", 2 years is the required warranty on electronic goods sold under the ACL, see the ACCC article which pressured Apple to provide 2 years of warranty a few years back.
                  Statutory warranty can protect you for longer than the 2 years, and I used this last year for my 26 month old Mac which Apple wanted to charge me $950 to fix until I argued the statutory warranty and that any reasonable person would expect a 3.5k computer to last longer than that just over 2 years.
                  You can easily get 3 years of warranty, including statutory warranty, out devices like a PC/Mac due to its value.

    • +1

      Hahaha haha hahaha

  • +3

    Airpods Pro showing $294.

    • +3

      Correct. Minus 4th payment / 25% brings it down to $220.50

  • +2

    Don't forget the 5000 flybuys points.

  • +1

    Anyone know how to pay the first 3 payments straight away, or do you just pay in full and they refund the difference?

    • +12

      You can advance pay the middle 2 payments using the Klarna app. It'll automatically charge the first payment to your card on checkout at Kogan (provided you chose the Klarna checkout option). After order confirmation, go in to the Klarna app and complete the second and third payments (takes about an hour for each payment to process). After the three payments clear, ask Klarna Chat to forward you to a 'specialist' to have the fourth instalment waived, or wait the 14 days for Klarna to waive it automatically.

      • +1

        Thanks so much for the info, first time using klarna

  • +5

    I bought AirPods Pro using Klarna and received email mentioned “ we've got your final payment covered”. Thanks mate 🙏

    • +3

      I got a similar mail. Not a bad deal. Cheers

    • +1

      I didn't get similar email. Is your purchase above or below $400?

      • +1

        Below 400. I got the email after 15-20 minutes of the purchase.

      • +1

        Below $400

        • Interesting. I haven’t got an email on 4th instalment being waived. Depends on the item purchased may be… I purchased AirPods 2 wireless charging and haven’t got an email yet.

          • +1

            @silencedies: 4th payment waived email arrived for me after the 3rd payment completely cleared (not processing).

  • If you buy from Kogan, can you buy apple care separately even though this is Grey Import?

    Generally Apple wouldn't service any grey import and you'll have to deal with Kogan directly

    • Unfortunately no Apple care+. I and some others got some AirPods Pro’s from the flash sale earlier this year and could only get a warranty date starting from 3 months before we actually purchased it. THOUGH this probably works on a case by case and sale by sale basis

    • See update to listing - found a pair of AirPods Pro from Sky Phonez @ $236.50 which are AU stock and therefore applicable for AppleCare+

    • +1

      Yep, good luck with the warranty if something does go wrong with any imported device. Having to deal with Kogan for this I say, no thanks.

  • Are Airpods pro the Gray import ones even though the product description says that they can’t be excluded from the Australian Consumer Law warranties?

    • +3

      I reckon you should be covered, apple just replaced my AirPods Pro due to ANC issues. They were 18 months old purchased from Kogan. Booked a Genius Bar session and they did some tests before giving me a new pair.

      • +1

        Thank you! Ordered AirPods Pro finally for $220.50 (the cheapest I have seen so far).

      • what issues did you have with your ANC?

        • I heard crackling on some occasions and it got progressively worse especially for loud noises - on phone calls mainly

      • Damn, My right side AirPods Pro earbud decided to not work and so the Apple Store decided to send it away to be repaired.

    • +2

      See update to listing - found a pair of AirPods Pro from Sky Phonez @ $236.50 which are AU stock and therefore applicable for AppleCare+

      • +1

        Was going to jump on this but I'm now not sure after looking at the equivalent listing on the SkyPhonez website - states that 'Its an Overseas Version'

        • Thanks for picking this up. Will amend the post soon.

          When I read the Sky Phonez Ts and Cs this is what caught my eye on first glance:

          We are Australian seller. All items are ready to be dispatched within 1-3 business days (weekend and public holidays are not included) after the payment is completed from our Sydney warehouse.

          and

          • All the brand-new products come under manufacturer And all the Australian products have 2-year manufacturer warranty under - Australian consumer law. You must contact manufacturer customer care centre to claim your warranty.

          There is no mention of the Overseas model or Direct Import on the Kogan listing for any of the devices.

          I hope for everyone’s sake that they do ship AU stock.

  • What’s Klarna when it comes about? Popping up on heaps of deals 🧐

    • Another Buy Now Pay Later provider which is trying to gain market share.

  • Great deal but kogan is a nightmare

    • +3

      My only experience with Kogan was a Nexus 5X that I had which started bootlooping, they replaced it with a brand new one for free
      What happened with you?

  • $600+, must be good.

  • Really tempted to get the AP Max but I have 10+ headphones and earpods in my drawers

    • +4

      Do it, make it 11 pairs of headphones in your drawers

  • Has anyone bought AirPod Pros from Kogan? My AirPods gen 2 just went through the wash and so I’m looking for the Pros but these grey imports have any issues? I feel like I’ve seen it mentioned that they may not work 100%

    • Some units of Pro might have a cracking sound in one of the buds, easier to replace/exchange if bought from a trusted seller.

      I bought mine from Officeworks, and the right one was faulty, they replaced it with a new unit and no questions asked.

      Can highly recommend the Pros, they are very comfortable and can stay in your ear all day long without causing any discomfort.

    • Yeah they work brilliantly!

      *Results may vary. You may not receive the full warranty + service from Apple.

    • See update to listing - found a pair of AirPods Pro from Sky Phonez @ $236.50 which are AU stock and therefore applicable for AppleCare+

      • +1

        Thanks for the post, will go for the SkyPhonez and buy the AppleCare+
        Been searching for ages for a decent price!

        • Update - User JonL123(https://www.ozbargain.com.au/comment/10878192) has noticed that the same items on the Sky Phonez website mentions them being an 'Overseas Model'. This is not mentioned on the listings on the Kogan website, but is an anomaly that could have consequences for warranty if they are indeed grey/direct imports.

    • They are all made in the same factories if they are genuine products, so I can't see why it would be any different.
      Most Apple devices have moved their manufacturing back to China, (plenty of recent news articles on this) but they tend to have good QA for brands like Apple, Microsoft, Google etc.
      Warranty is the issue on imported devices :)

  • Updated listing to include the Sky Phonez listing of the Black Airpods Max @ $640 (Full AU 2-yr warranty) + AirPods Pro @ $236 with full AU 2-yr warranty.

    • +1

      Wish I didn't order yesterday.

      • Me too, Me too. Just got the shipping confirmation as well in my inbox. Thankfully it's not all bad. They're real AirPods BNIB at a decent price. Fingers crossed for no dramas for us in 2-3 years time!

    • Hmm…is it worth cancelling yesterday's order for this AU stock ? Mine order is still under processing.

      • I highly doubt you'll be able to cancel if it's gone beyond the payment stage. All the best! (I tried myself, no dice)

  • +1

    Purchased! Thanks Op!

  • +1

    Hope you dont mind, I linked this post to the Kogan + Klarna deal
    Was on the fence in regards to the AirPods Pro coz of the warranty, but your post made me pull the trigger

    Cheers :)

    • Update - User JonL123(https://www.ozbargain.com.au/comment/10878192) has noticed that the same items on the Sky Phonez website mentions them being an 'Overseas Model'. This is not mentioned on the listings on the Kogan website, but is an anomaly that could have consequences for warranty if they are indeed grey/direct imports.

      • Guess will have to wait and watch. Hopefully the don't have issues

        Cheers

          • @yojabbajabba: Cheers, really appreciate it

            Do you want me to update the original listing with this anomaly as a footnote or something?

  • Thanks op, do the AirPods 2 have the 2 years warranty as well ?

    • The only AP2s I could find were from Kogan.com - no other sellers on the Kogan platform that I could cross-check for AU (A-tick) stock).

      edit: I take it back - Sky Phonez to the rescue! $149.25 + delivery - will update the listing.

      • Thanks mate, just for anyone word of caution stupidly added credit card details for the area that requests payment info for Kogan first which the processed the whole order at $186.

        And didn’t realize there’s no call support with kogan or webchat. Does anyone have anyway to deal with kogan more efficiently ?

  • +1

    Thanks for adding the update OP!

    2 pairs of APP's ordered from Sky Phonez :)

    • +1

      Update - User JonL123(https://www.ozbargain.com.au/comment/10878192) has noticed that the same items on the Sky Phonez website mentions them being an 'Overseas Model'. This is not mentioned on the listings on the Kogan website, but is an anomaly that could have consequences for warranty if they are indeed grey/direct imports.

      • +1

        Thanks for the update. I have since cached and taken screenshots of the website if any recourse is required.

        The ACCC state this:

        Your obligations as a seller of parallel imports

        You need to:

        Provide accurate information to consumers about the products you sell.

        Make it clear upfront that the product you are selling is a parallel import.

        • +2

          Great idea. I've just cached ALL of the listings + the Ts and Cs as PDFs. Will upload them to the post… somehow

          • +1

            @yojabbajabba: Is that going to help at all with the kogan airpods products?

            • +1

              @Brakus: I'm hoping the documents helps anyone who has purchased the Sky Phonez AirPods should the need arise.
              I chose to share the Sky Phonez items because a) there was no mention of grey/direct import on the original listings (which I have since taken screenshots of) and b) the Ts and Cs document states that Australian products get 2 years warranty.
              As ItsJonesy777 states correctly above sellers are obliged to declare the parallel stock.

              I'll take screenshots of the Kogan.com sold item listings too, as there is no Direct Import declaration on those items as well.

            • +2

              @Brakus: The seller, in this case Sky Phonez need to advertise the item as being an overseas model so it would be misleading to sell it but not advise the consumer that's what they were purchasing.

              • @yojabbajabba: Amazing! Thanks for doing all that. I have saved the one I got. Although I doubt the screenshots are going to convince apple if an issue arises. I hope we get at least 3 years from these.

                By the way, will the invoice show sky phonez (if you got it from them) or just Kogan?

                • @Brakus: Excellent question - no idea! I’ve never bought from a Kogan third party before. Maybe someone else who has experience can share?

                • @Brakus: I will take the issue up Sky Phonez (or Kogan) if an issue arises if either a) I can't register for Apple Care or b) Apple won't repair them if I have issues.

                  I wouldn't bother trying to use the evidence with Apple, they'll just redirect you to the seller anyway.

  • It's still showing up as 4th payment full price on the payment schedule and no confirmation email about 4th payment free?!

    • Wait for the payment to process fully, then send Klarna a message to be escalated to a 'specialist' to have the fourth payment waived.

  • Kogan website is dealing with a massive traffic spike!

    • +1

      Are you a traffic police?

  • It's making me use my Mastercard to confirm the purchase ($294) as I am a new Kogan First member. How do I use Klarna as a payment method to waive the 4th instalment fee?

    Thanks

    • +1

      From the original deal:

      If signing up for a free Kogan First trial at checkout, customers will need to use a credit card to sign up prior to processing an order to receive the offer. New members can pay for their order with Klarna by starting a separate order after signing up for the free Kogan First membership.

      • thank you!

  • Is anyone else having some trouble with selecting Klarna as the payment option? I have tried, and it says Klarna is not available on this order. I got my friend to try, with the same result…

    • Potentially trying to check out purchasing a gift card? I have heard that immediately disables Klarna on checkout.

      • I see. I'm not purchasing a gift card, the only thing in my cart is the Pink AirPods Max :/

        I contacted Klarna, and they told me it seems to be an issue with Kogan. I've tried contacting Kogan, but I'm not sure if they will reply before midnight tonight.

        • If someone who has success with Klarna and Kogan, and is willing to help me out, please let me know.

  • I got rejected by Klarna, which is a bit of a wow moment, given I sit in the top percentile of income and assets ; zero consumer debt.
    Looked at my credit score in Lllion and was in the mid 900's. Maybe they are only targeting those with greater than $500K incomes with dec-millions in assets.


    Sorry, you can't use Klarna due to your credit history
    As a responsible lender, Klarna considers a number of factors when reviewing a request for credit. This includes but is not limited to:

    The personal information provided in order to confirm your identity.

    Your credit file, supplied by Illion Australia. www.checkyourcredit.com.au

    If you would like to request a copy of your credit file please contact Illion Australia directly.
    • Those with 500k income won’t bother with Klarna, let alone Kogan, to buy stuff.

    • That sucks. Sorry to hear that. I wonder what the Illion credit file will reveal.
      Just checked my credit file on creditsavvy and have a 900+ score also.

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