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RE: EDP outside the US?
Guys i was offering mine for 800.-eur. for quite a
while to all europenas and ended up selling it for
750.-eur. with loop IV but nobody showed any interest!
--- Guy Joyce <email@example.com> wrote:
> Yes, I've had the bank-breaking experience of buying
> two EDPs from a UK retailer.
> The list price was something like (wait for it)
> $1,600 EACH ! (i.e. about £900 GBP), although I
> managed to get mine for the (ahem) 'knockdown' price
> of about $1,350. Yes, I realise this is
> double the price charged in the US, but I really
> needed these things and I calculated that the
> customs and shipping charges if I'd ordered these
> things direct from the US would have been almost
> as great, plus no customer support if they break.
> This ridiculous expense was made all the more
> frustrating when, whilst waiting for the order to
> arrive I noticed in the manual download that these
> units have 'made in the UK' stamped on the back
> Does this mean EDPs are manufactured in the UK, then
> exported, then re-imported ??! No wonder
> they're expensive ! I bet they only cost about $300
> to make. The world's gone crazy !
> Anyway, despite the expense I can now make lovely
> stereo loops, which are well worth every penny
> of the ridiculous price tag.
> Hoo-ray for Matthias Grob, Kim Flint, etc !
> Guy Joyce
> aka XISTH (nothing to do with Star Wars BTW)
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