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Discussion in 'Home Power and Microgeneration' started by [email protected], Aug 21, 2007.

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  1. Guest

    Anyone up on the lowest price for a few KAWs, including shipping?

    Nick
     
  2. Guest


    Newegg (excellent vendor) - normally $21 delivered
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...ctronic+Gadgets-_-P3+International-_-82715001,
    $20 delivered if you use a promo code (according to
    http://www.bestdeal.com/lastchance.cfm)

    Amazon, $21 delivered if you spend more than $25

    Low BIN price on Ebay seems to be $21 delivered, although some went
    recently for $17.50 delivered.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/Kill-A-Watt-Ele...oryZ3188QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

    Wayne
     
  3. Guest

    Can we buy them at an Officemax store? Amazon has 'em for $20.99, with
    free shipping for $50 and up, but when I tried to order a few, they said
    they only had one in stock.

    Nick
     
  4. Guest

  5. Guest

    About 3/4 of the way down the page - "Newegg has the Kill A Watt for
    $19.99 when you use promo code "EMC807HOAP01" to save $3 with free
    shipping included." I just tried it though, and got "sorry, promo code
    is invalid". This search http://tinyurl.com/3chz9r turned up a link
    http://www.uberbargain.com/archives/2007/08/p3_kill_a_watt.php that
    says "exp 13/08/2007". We will never surrender! Another search reveals
    that Super Media Store had it for $18 delivered up until the end of
    July. Might be worth emailing to see if they'll tell you when the next
    promotion might be. Perhaps it's this one - "SuperMediaStore.com has
    the P3 International P4400 Kill A Watt (Killawatt) for $26 - $7 code
    acc106 [Exp 10/2] + $0 shipping = $19 shipped"
    http://dealspl.us/rss/user.xml?id=ophello&profile_case=submitted Or
    repeat this search http://tinyurl.com/2w4z5p once a week or so until
    you squeeze the last nickel out of these Internet robber barons. :)

    Wayne
     
  6. Guest

    Plus shipping no doubt.
    I expect he paid a couple bucks *more* than it would have cost at
    Newegg. Still, lots of good deals for savvy shoppers on Ebay. I prefer
    the small-time vendors who work out of their home, so long as they're
    competitive. They tend to communicate well, as do I when I
    occasionally sell on Ebay. You do need to use common sense. One can
    add an extension to Firefox or IE which allows quick right-click
    access to a seller's negative feedback.
    http://toolhaus.org/cgi-bin/negs I've purchased a half-dozen KaWs on
    Ebay, all good experiences. Dozens of other purchases as well with
    only a few grumbles, about what anyone should expect when buying used
    stuff sight-unseen. I'm bound to have a bad experience sooner or
    later, just like I've occasionally had bad experiences at big
    retailers and swap meets alike. IMO, the most aggravating thing is
    buying something locally and paying extra for "service" that's just
    empty rhetoric. I still buy locally sometimes, but if I'm paying a
    premium I take care that I'm likely to get what's promised.

    Wayne
     
  7. Steve Spence

    Steve Spence Guest

    Amazon is a good source. $17 - $20. There is a newer model, the 4460, with
    battery backup and the ability to enter your kWh charge for calculating
    costs, for under $45.

    http://tinyurl.com/23qvyn
     
  8. Steve Spence

    Steve Spence Guest

    Amazon is a good source. $17 - $20. There is a newer model, the 4460, with
    battery backup and the ability to enter your kWh charge for calculating
    costs, for under $45.

    http://tinyurl.com/23qvyn
     
  9. Considering that the Seasonic Power Angel is the same device as the P4400
    Kill-A-Watt I wonder how long it will be until they release their own
    version of the P4460.
     
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