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Thread: WTS: looking to sell this lot

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    WTS: looking to sell this lot



    From left to right;
    - Orchid v4 clone, used once.
    - Phemis 50w, Igo w6 RDA and some odd drip tip my friend made.
    - Aerotank turbo *30mm* used for one tank and left the spare coils unused.
    - Vaperesso Target, used a few times over the last few weeks.
    - Aqua RTA clone, put a build in it, filled it but yet to use it.

    Asking $130 Ono for the lot, paid $160 with items bought individually, only reason of selling really if because I want to try squonking, must see what the fuss is about. That being said I'd swap for a squonker


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    WTS: looking to sell this lot

    Bump - will take $100 + postage of your choice, mods do come with 18650's. Today only.

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    Hi Hotdayum, I'm interested in your items, can you send me your details for payment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by possum View Post
    Hi Hotdayum, I'm interested in your items, can you send me your details for payment.
    Have PM'ed you my deets


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    Good buy Possum - well done!
    hot - be aware you can only post batts via regular post, not Express.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Drake View Post
    Good buy Possum - well done!
    hot - be aware you can only post batts via regular post, not Express.
    Cheers Tom, I had only just remembered that whilst packaging it


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    You can post batts express. Ive done it many times.
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    You can post batteries by express, if they are travelling by air then the courier may need you to declare them.

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    edit - I just had a look at the Australia Post guidelines and it seems they have had a recent change. Before it was that
    lithium batteries could travel by road only but now they have amended it to include air travel under certain conditions.
    You can see here Dangerous & prohibited items - Australia Post

    Here is a quote from an Aust Post rep on the whirlpool forums talking about the new changes......
    Quote Originally Posted by emma@auspost
    From 30 November 2015, Australia Post outlets will be able to accept some types of lithium batteries for carriage overseas or through domestic air network (i.e. via Express Post), providing specific conditions are met:

    Be installed in a device.
    Have no more than two batteries or four cells in a package.
    Be under 100 watt-hours or two grams of lithium content (most lithium batteries used in consumer electronics fall under these limits).
    Have internal packaging that prevents movement and prevents damage to the device and the installed battery.
    Have a method for stopping the device from accidentally activating during transport (e.g. internal packaging that prevents the power button being activated).
    Have strong external packaging that provides good protection of the device from the usual shocks and loadings that occur in transit (satchels and padded bags must not be considered external packaging).

    Emma
    Probably should make a thread about this cause its relevant info to all of us
    Last edited by Tara; 11-03-16 at 04:11 AM.

 

 

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