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Old 21st March 2014, 18:44   #1231
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Thanks a ton buddy for your guidance.

Can you kindly point me out to the right direction where we could purchase it ?

Does the nozzle be fitting for regular BSA cycles ?

Appreciate your help
it works with presta and schrader. Indian cycle tubes would need an adapter afaik. but do check with your dealer.
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HI All,

Has anyone tried WWW.EACHBUYER.COM. This website does seems to have lucrative prices, so any feedback is welcome.

The reason for asking is that this is the only website where i could find a 5000K HID. Though I am looking for a 4300K or 3000K
Here is the link of the two Items i am interested in.:

5000k HID for 600 Rs.
http://www.eachbuyer.com/2-x-car-aut...0k-p32818.html


Central Locking Kit: for 2552 Rs.
http://www.eachbuyer.com/2-4-door-re...12v-p7283.html

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Its Just a Bulb,not the complete kit,so prices are Normal.
And a basic Autocop central locking kit is available for 2700 bucks in open market.
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Old 21st March 2014, 18:54   #1233
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HI All,

Has anyone tried WWW.EACHBUYER.COM. This website does seems to have lucrative prices, so any feedback is welcome.

The reason for asking is that this is the only website where i could find a 5000K HID. Though I am looking for a 4300K or 3000K
Here is the link of the two Items i am interested in.:

5000k HID for 600 Rs.
http://www.eachbuyer.com/2-x-car-aut...0k-p32818.html


Central Locking Kit: for 2552 Rs.
http://www.eachbuyer.com/2-4-door-re...12v-p7283.html

Regards,
Saurabh.
Well, I would say, I had an Okayish experience with them. I had ordered some led w5w bulbs, a 12v socket extender and a cheap dash cam. While I got the dash cam in about 40 days, the other 2 arrived after more than 60 days! So, the mantra for success with EB is to order and forget. Not suitable for items you want within a deadline.

All products are flawless though - working as expected. Good packaging too.
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Old 24th March 2014, 12:43   #1234
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Its Just a Bulb,not the complete kit,so prices are Normal.
And a basic Autocop central locking kit is available for 2700 bucks in open market.
Thanks for the price Quote of AutoCop, Akshay4587.. I'll pick it up from market if it fits my requirements.

I have a complete projector kit with 6000k HID & is too white I think. Hence was looking for something with 4300K or 5000K. I have the Ballast hence was ok with the price.
This was the only site I found. Still looking for the same.

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Well, I would say, I had an Okayish experience with them...All products are flawless though - working as expected. Good packaging too.
Thanks Dry Ice. Looking at the time in which you recieved your products, I will keep this as last option ...
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Bought a high value shipment off Ebay. A Toshiba 39" LED TV. Lowest store price I got in Bangalore was INR 40500. Got this for INR 33741 after applying a coupon.

I did below checks before placing order.
1. Seller feedback. Was almost 100%.
2. Got a email confirmation from Seller that the piece is box sealed/New and carries Toshiba Three year warranty.
2. Emailed Toshiba and got a confirmation from them that TVs bought off Ebay will be covered by warranty. They said it will be provided it is sold by authorized reseller and is not a direct import etc.

Got delivered in 6 days from date of placing order.

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Bought a high value shipment off Ebay. A Toshiba 39" LED TV. Lowest store price I got in Bangalore was INR 40500. Got this for INR 33741 after applying a coupon.

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Good buy i must say. I was watching this for a few days now. I'll be the next buyer for sure..

& looking at the second attachment in your post, looked to be decently packed.
Please accept my two cents:
On a lighter note, don't throw away the wooden casing that your recieved as the outer packing for your LED. That can be upgraded/converted to a showcase/bookshelf by using some sunmica or thin plywood on its outer/inner body. wood be worth a 2000 at least if bought from the market. (i am sure you might have thought of it by some way or the other.) indirect savings i say. . Would be like geeting 50% off on a bookshelf with TV. Ignore if already done with it.

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Good buy i must say. I was watching this for a few days now. I'll be the next buyer for sure..

& looking at the second attachment in your post, looked to be decently packed.
Please accept my two cents:
On a lighter note, don't throw away the wooden casing that your recieved as the outer packing for your LED. That can be upgraded/converted to a showcase/bookshelf by using some sunmica or thin plywood on its outer/inner body. wood be worth a 2000 at least if bought from the market. (i am sure you might have thought of it by some way or the other.) indirect savings i say. . Would be like geeting 50% off on a bookshelf with TV. Ignore if already done with it.
Thanks. You know what, that is exactly what I am planning. Have you come across any DIY guide? Thanks a tonne!
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Day-before-yesterday [24 March 2014] evening, I ordered a pair of Woodland Camel Outdoor shoes with Jabong. [MRP: ₹3,195; paid ₹2,181 by credit card]. Today morning, I received the shoes. I am fully satisfied with the quality and perfect fit of the shoes.
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Thursday night I ordered a pair of CAT shoes from jabong.com. Saturday afternoon the shoes were delivered home. They came from Gurgaon.

Same time I also ordered a pair of Clarks shoes from flipkart. Was surprised that the shoes from jabong reached before the ones from flipkart which was from whitefield.
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Had ordered a Traxxas 70054 Pro 4 Wheel Drive Short Course Truck, 1:16 Scale from Amazon.com. Placed the order on Mar 13th & it was delivered on Mar 21st in Pune. I was really impressed with the speed & efficiency.

Most of the online shopping websites in India take forever to deliver within India itself!!!!
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- Ordered a hardcover copy of The Maruti Story from Amazon.in yesterday at 10:30 AM and it was delivered at 3:00 PM today. The delivery guy had some issues locating our apartment but otherwise super prompt responses and a quick delivery! The hardcover version was retailing the cheapest on Amazon compared to Flipkart and Snapdeal. And this also happens to be my first purchase from Amazon India!

- Ordered a bunch of novels from Flipkart yesertday around the same time and it was also delivered a while back! I find Flipkart's 'Free Home Delivery if total order amount for WS Retail is Rs. 500 or above' a bit absurd considering a single 150 page novel would hardly cost these guys anything for delivery charges.

But regardless to both Amazon India and Flipkart!

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Received the Moto G CDMA (Boost, USA) 8gb model from I2C today on second try at 6.7K landed, link for which I had posted earlier. Great phone for the price. 1.2Ghz Quad Core, 4.5" HD 720p display with Gorilla Glass, Android 4.4.2 Kitkat, 5MP camera with panorama and continuos shot, Front camera, 2070 mAh non removable battery, water repellent nano coating, FM radio, wifi, gps, stereo bluetooth 4.0. Comes with just a white travel charger as visible in the photo.

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Received the Moto G CDMA (Boost, USA) 8gb model from I2C today on second try at 6.7K landed,
What does second try mean? How many days did the delivery take after order placement?
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Received the Moto G CDMA (Boost, USA) 8gb model from I2C today on second try at 6.7K landed, link for which I had posted earlier. Great phone for the price. 1.2Ghz Quad Core, 4.5" HD 720p display with Gorilla Glass, Android 4.4.2 Kitkat, 5MP camera
Thats an excellent phone and deal. Pardon my lack of knowledge - what is I2C?
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Good buy i must say. I was watching this for a few days now. I'll be the next buyer for sure..
Just FYI:

http://www.snapdeal.com/product/tosh...edium=11271542

Found a Toshiba 39" at around the same price from SNAPDEAL. When I bought my Sony Bravia 42" it was 65K in Indian market but got a deal from gray market sellers for 53K. But this almost 40 inch TV, at this price is a good deal and I can trust Snapdeal since I have bought from them in the past.

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