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43% off - QQ Beauty Nail Clipper Kit $17.00 (Was $29.99) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Queensland Quintesse Amazon AU


Hi All,

Just running another deal for the OzBargainers.

These are Podiatrist-grade, quality nail clippers which are great nail cutters for thick and / or odd nail shapes (ie. those that are more curled / curved due to ingrowing - usually ones that traditional nail clippers won't cut easily / safely). We have 50 sets available which I will reduce the price of from $29.99 to $17.00 (43% off) for the coming two weeks (if stocks last!).

There is no code needed. Easy.

And an EXTRA THANK YOU to everyone who left a review on Amazon for us with our last round of deals. It's really helpful to our business and we're super grateful!

Feel free to grab them whilst you can - only available whilst stocks last sorry! Of note I am not selling these elsewhere for cheaper.

If you miss out on the deal I'm always happy for people to message me personally!



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  • https://au.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B08SL1ZK8D

    hmmm. Always $17.99 - SOOOOO where's the deal? Oh wait, 99 cents is the deal. WOW!!!!!!!!

    Otherwise known as a spam post

    • +11

      Hey HellBent,

      Thanks for the engagement. It's definitely not a spam post!

      I used to use CamelCamelCamel for helping to track competitors' deals on Amazon but unfortunately it is a fairly unreliable source for Amazon Australia; the reason for this is that Amazon AU generally has much lower sales than US and so it finds it more difficult to track. When you look online or join the Amazon sellers groups on Fb you'll find lots of people having frustrations with its inaccuracy.

      During the Covid-19 pandemic you'll see Amazon even asked them to stop tracking specific regions! They haven't said where but in our group we basically have come to the conclusion this is Australia. Sigh.

      So the reason it shows $17.99 is because I ran a deal last month for $17.99 and sold 50 of them in about 1-2 days - all that I had in stock basically. So, I've been selling them back at their normal price, but more gradually of course, and so CCC has only tracked the spike in sales - not the reversion back to its normal price > mainly because it told Amazon it won't track it, …or rather it does! Badly. lol.

      In fact, I have a few of my products which I'm running some deals on at the moment and CCC doesn't appear to be tracking any of them accurately.

      In any case, I'm not trying to be confrontational, I just wanted to reply because I'm always happy to respond, answer questions and am on a personal mission to make sure our customer service is as good as possible! I've been using OzB myself for the last few years and so I just thought it would be worth explaining that having CCC is a great help for everyone, but it definitely doesn't track overly accurately all of the time - especially for Amazon AU. See the Wiki article, etc. on it I've copied below.



      PS: Here are some examples;

      • Or you could have just said Camel's last update scan was 30 days ago which is pretty much where the graph starts.
        And also happens to be when you last posted this.

      • wow … +1 just for taking the time to go through and explain what you did.

        kudos to you :)