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Purchasing a screen from abroad


law89
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Did anyone here order a screen from Asus / Samsung? Is the free shipping they register also to Israel?

 

In addition, do Blake Friday promotions still apply at Asus?

I also looked at mobiles, what psychic differences. abroad Which will cost something like 4 thousand, in the country it costs 8 thousand

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I ordered my Benq PD3200U from Amazon several years ago. Shipping is not free (not cheap, but not expensive considering the screen size) and you also have to pay VAT, but it still came out at the same point at 1000-1500 shekels cheaper, because this is a screen that would hardly be brought to Israel, and in such situations the importer cuts any coupon he wants .

 

If it agrees that they have regular imports and in large quantities - ordering from abroad by personal import will usually not come out significantly cheaper, and perhaps even more expensive.

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There is a significant difference between To Amazon.

Asus - something like $ 170 (plus 17% on it).

Amazon - over $ 400 (better already purchased in the country).

 

If Ships to Israel with free shipping, I will already take a larger 32-inch screen that costs them something like 1,000 NIS, which is about the price of 24 in Israel.

 

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If it agrees that they have regular imports and in bulk

 

All the screens I looked at have gone up in the last few months. I do not know if this is something sweeping. Prices at Dell have gone up a lot. The p2419h I bought before answering went up in the 630 area, today it costs about 200 NIS more. The p2421 cost a little over 700 NIS when it was launched and is also today over 800 NIS.

 

What goes on in the country is excessive (especially with laptops that I suddenly realized how much they jump the price in the country. I could buy Top overseas at the price I bought Medium maybe even medium minus in the country)

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All the screens I looked at have gone up in the last few months. I do not know if this is something sweeping. Prices at Dell have gone up a lot. The p2419h I bought before answering went up in the 630 area, today it costs about 200 NIS more. The p2421 cost a little over 700 NIS when it was launched and is also today over 800 NIS.

I happened to be looking for a screen recently, and from a conversation with the owners of some stores I realized that there is a general problem with the supply of screens - the stock is unstable, importers order shipments and do not know if and when it will actually arrive. Apparently the global shortage of chips of certain types is affecting the screen market as well. This is probably the reason for the rise in prices, and it is not just at .

 

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If Asus Ships to Israel with free shipping, I will already take a larger 32-inch screen that costs them something like 1,000 NIS, which is about the price of 24 in Israel.

 

You better find out directly from them - but $ 170 and free shipping when Amazon takes 400? Very skeptical that it would really be possible.

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I sent them two days ago, still have not answered. Tomorrow the operations in the country end, so I preferred to ask here in case they would not have time to answer.

I've been trying to get into part of the Black Friday campaign now and they've listed that it's over . problem.

 

Regarding the difference. Take $ 170 on screen because of the promotions while on Amazon it is over $ 200 because that is where the promotions ended. They take something else like $ 100 shipping and $ 100 taxes.

 

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Do not understand what you have to talk to them, there is a store put a product in the cart go to the shopping page put in an address and see what the shipping price is.

In my experience manufacturers' stores are usually limited to a certain geographical area and will simply not ship to the country and that's it but give it a try and see.

 

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The truth is I did not think of it, but most such stores want to register and enter a credit card before. I sent them an email because when I get to the store I do not get the sale (they had a discount of something like 33%) so I did not think to try to move on from there.

 

Does anyone know if you pay 17% only on the price of the product or also 17% on the price of the product and 17% on the shipping costs?

 

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Pay the VAT on the final price that includes everything (shipping, handling fees, packaging fees and also Hanukkah fees). To avoid sophistication like a product that costs $ 75 plus $ 2500 shipping fees, below $ 75 right, so there is no VAT ...

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What is said on the following screen:

 

https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-Gaming-מעוקל-1440P-VG32VQ/dp/B07VFKSGRW/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?qid=1638710842&refinements=p_89%3AAsus&s=pc&sr=1-3

 

I have no experience with over 24 inches and I have no experience with curved screens.

 

In terms of cables - does it come with those that are adapted to electricity in the country?

 

EDIT: I noticed this is a VA panel

 

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