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Old 5th July 2004, 15:48   #1
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fellas,

just wanted to know whether anyone has tried to buy things from the baazee site ? is it safe and worth it ? or shud i look at ebay or other sites...

the rates for the item are almost similar (ebay has shipping charges ) .

can anyone enlighten me ..quick ?

thnx guys
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crap crap and only crap........... was a fan once... but after realizing the fact...... it`s a big CRAP and wastage of time and bandwidth.

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well NC,

i wouldn't agree with 2f2f...i've been a regular shopper ( bought good worth more than 20 K) on baazee and have found the site to be quite effective provided u know the right kinda stuff over there.... i have bought my nokia 7650 on baazee and touchwood its been working absolutely fine for close to a yr now...i remember having saved upto 1.5 to 2 K on this purchase.

There are a lot of sellers who sell replicas for watches n other stuff which u shud generally avoid....read the description of the product ( including the fine print ) carefully...clarify all the doubts from the seller before bidding..read the feedback that the seller has recd... and then go ahead once u r convinced..

Try and choose buyer picks and pays option ( so that u have the option to reject the goods if u don't want to complete the deal) and desist from making online payment as far as possible

If u take all these precautions mentioned above, there is no reason why u shudn't have a fruitful deal

Happy baazeeing

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I agree with adityapd. Just read between the lines carefully before bidding or buying.
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well,

i agree with all thats above



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thnx guys.

was thinking of going in for the bluetooth usb adapter , to connect my 6600 to my pc. its coming arnd 1800 bucks and the dealer here is giving it for 2200. is it worth trying baazeee then ?

thnx for the valuable opinion again fellas

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Insist on buying from your home city itself. This way, you can pay and take delivery of the product at the same time. Most sellers allow this.

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check sellers rating...call him talk to him...if u feel he is a genuine go ahead.
I was amazed to hear my cousin bought a 40k sony handycam thru Bazee
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hey,normally_crazy, i too have the nokia 6600. my friend in chennai is the leader in mobile accessories. u can call him at 09884085001. his name is alagaa. i got my bluetooth usb adapter from him for very less than that u've quoted.
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guys ,

do u have any clue whether a bluetooth USB adaptor is available for the Nokia 7650 too ? Have some pics in the fone which i want to download to my pc. Until now i was doing this by sending mail from the fone using GPRS and was wondering whether there is alternative for this process ?


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do u have any clue whether a bluetooth USB adaptor is available for the Nokia 7650 too ? Have some pics in the fone which i want to download to my pc. Until now i was doing this by sending mail from the fone using GPRS and was wondering whether there is alternative for this process ?
Simple. Use Infrared

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Quote[/b] (adityapd @ July 06 2004,10:27)]guys ,

do u have any clue whether a bluetooth USB adaptor is available for the Nokia 7650 too ? Have some pics in the fone which i want to download to my pc. Until now i was doing this by sending mail from the fone using GPRS and was wondering whether there is alternative for this process ?


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for 7650 file transfer u can use gprs or infrared or Bluetooth. i had a 7650 last yr replaced it with a 6600 now
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do u have any clue whether a bluetooth USB adaptor is available for the Nokia 7650 too ? Have some pics in the fone which i want to download to my pc. Until now i was doing this by sending mail from the fone using GPRS and was wondering whether there is alternative for this process ?
Simple. Use Infrared

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don't have an infrared port on my machine

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Things might get better with Ebay taking over - will be more stringent
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Baazee is OK, bought a few things of it with no probs. Just gotto watch out for the fakes!!

Only thing I don't like about the selling part is that they charge too much for each sale!

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