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LogitechShop - Back to School Promotion (Free Delivery)

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Back to school promotion on selected items [Free Delivery]
Logitech G9x Laser Mouse $69 Buy now http://bit.ly/kl3XOY
Logitech K400 Wireless Keyboard $39 Buy now http://bit.ly/zpSy91
Logitech M950 Performance Mouse $70 Buy now http://bit.ly/ky2D0X
Logitech M905 $55 Anywhere Mouse Buy Now http://bit.ly/xPB7a6
Logitech Mk320 Wireless Keyboard & Mouse $38 Buy Now http://bit.ly/SiPaVp
Logitech Mx5500 Wireless Keyboard & Mouse $115 Buy Now http://bit.ly/yCgIQH
Logitech M325 Wireless Mouse $24 Buy Now http://bit.ly/VJjAPy

And More http://www.logitechshop.com.au/products/back-to-school-3?p=1

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  • Shame no MK710 on sales.

  • PS3 Harmony adapter?

  • I actually need M500 or G500 for general use. Is G9x too gaming oriented?

    • Nope. I have both the G500 and G9x. They both have very similar features such as adjustable weights, adjustable scrolling and DPI. The main difference is if you use a claw grip or palm grip. Get the G9x if you use claw grip. G500 is better for palm grip users. I prefer my G9x ;)

  • M905 used to be cheaper: $49 http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/61080

  • You might want to include in the description what each item actually is rather than just the model number. E.g.

    Logitech G9x Laser Mouse $69 Buy now http://bit.ly/kl3XOY

    instead of

    Logitech G9x $69 Buy now http://bit.ly/kl3XOY

    Means we don't have to click on each link to know what it is :)

    • I bought petrol for 80c a litre 10 years ago. I'm gonna neg every petrol discount listing.

      • +5 votes

        ok thats a bit "stupid" everyone knows tech goes down in price not up.

        and other costs such as fuel go up not down.. if anything i'd say his neg was not really valid as prices do fluctuate… and some great specials can only be had once… IE even though its been cheaper in the past - at the current price, its still a good deal.

        • Can you explain what's "stupid" about a long running product eventually coming under price increase pressure? All the costs that go into manufacturing, distributing and selling it only go up, how could something that hasn't been replaced technology wise and can outlast current technology cycles always go down in price?

        • +4 votes

          cant really be bothered going though it all, Im sure someone else may want to take the challange:

          However briefly, with most things IT related, once the fab is set up, and you've recovered your intial outlay for it and R&D maufaturing the components is quite cheap.

          you streamline your process, paid off your initial incestment, a simple computer chip only costs a anywhere from a few cents to a few dollars to manufacture.

          hence being able to lower the price, when a simple product stays high for too long other manufacturers procude simular products which forces price cuts due to compitition…

          hence my argument given time IT equipment (specially non specilty items) go down with time.

          also no one wants to pay bleeding edge prices for old technoligy forcing the prices down.

          demand tends to drop for tech once its been out for a while, or something better comes along - and people will only pay so much for what they preceive to be the best.

          This is basic finance 1-0-1 stuff!

        • -2 votes

          Well said

  • What LS need to have is a Back To Work sale after the Xmas break and in the first week of Jan each year. Who cares about school? Let them do it the hard way - a book, a pen, and the library computer :-P

  • Thanks. Been wanting to buy another K400 at this price.

    • How much has it been going for?

      • Somewhere between 50 and 60. Can't remember exact price but it was somewhere around there a few weeks ago when I had a look. Enough over $40 to make me decide wait and see.

  • LTS deals have really gone downhill. 18 months ago there were so many good deals that you would see 3 LTS postings on OzB front page; these days in over 7 hours it manages to pick up 8 + votes, including the OP's.

    The LTS sales are too few and far between, and the discounts are pretty ordinary - it's almost better going to a bricks and mortar retailer during a sale and asking for a little extra off. In fact, I bought the UE900 at a price lower price from a B+M retailer than LTS is doing the UE9000 (which has the same RRP).

    I find that OzB favourites (like LTS used to be) have a nasty tendency to hit up awesome deals for a little bit then fade away ingloriously like a fart in the wind.

    • Just like their shop fluidtek nobody remember them now.

    • +3 votes

      I agree there was a few super deals and hopefully we will bring you more.
      We still do our best to bring you great bargains when we can. its as simple as when the distributors have deals and aging stock to offer we pass on the savings immediately. but when overall the pricing is increased from the vendor, and new products are introduced a price increase shows up. Take a look at the G19 for example we did a few sales at $120ish 30ish, now the entry buying price for us is over 160. Even if you look at staticice prices have overall increased while bargains on discontinued stuff have disappeared. Z5500 etc.
      A few days ago the Z623 gets over 50 votes all depends on the bargain and the street price at the time. http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/90135
      Having said all that we do our best to be competitive and bring you savings as we can when we can and there will always be bargains.
      BC

    • +1 vote

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  • What's the go with the Mx5500 Wireless Keyboard & Mouse $115, now $115.