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Offline Marcb

Vesalia and Australia?
« on: April 19, 2008, 10:46:12 AM »
Apologies to all the non-Aussies for this as it is only aimed at aussies...

Just wondering what delivery times are to Australia in general for items bought from Vesalia?

I bought a Buddha from Vesalia ( I did check Amigakit but they are out of them)and according to the German Postal tracking thingo it was given to the International mail centre for posting on 09/04...

I tried tracking on the Austpost site but the item number isn't in their database...
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Offline Retro_71

Re: Vesalia and Australia?
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2008, 12:07:41 PM »
America 1-2 weeks (they have enough sense to send things by air).. Europe and UK unless you paid for like fed ex. They tend to send thing my sea (check which way they send it). i have goten thing from UK from 7 working to 3 mnths and anything in between... (well i'm still waiting 3 mnths for somestuff to come from the UK because the guy sent them sea.....)
Anyway check which way they sent it and ring Aus Post they should be able to tell you whether it has landed or still in limbo somewhere. (have you got the tracking no?)
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Offline Marcb

Re: Vesalia and Australia?
« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2008, 12:35:46 PM »
ahhh... never thought of sea mail...
I have the tracking number, just isn't on the Auspost database yet so maybe it has been sent by sea.
I'll check with Vesalia to see how it was sent...
btw, Roy sent me the scandoubler on the 3rd from the US so the 2 weeks you mentioned looks to be spot on so far!

Thanks for that, I'm just an impatient bugger! :-)
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Offline Retro_71

Re: Vesalia and Australia?
« Reply #3 on: April 19, 2008, 03:11:02 PM »
Quote

Marcb wrote:
ahhh... never thought of sea mail...
I have the tracking number, just isn't on the Auspost database yet so maybe it has been sent by sea.
I'll check with Vesalia to see how it was sent...
btw, Roy sent me the scandoubler on the 3rd from the US so the 2 weeks you mentioned looks to be spot on so far!

Thanks for that, I'm just an impatient bugger! :-)


Dam lucky you. I have mine still on order from Roy!!  :-D  Let me know how it goes.
Except for 1 or 2 items all my stuff has come from overseas so i know full well the pain you have... i hope you don't have to wait 3 mnths + (Like me!).
A Chameleon and 1541 II ultimate II
2 x C=64, 2 x C64C, C128 (jiffydos), C128D, 3 x A500 (1 x 030),
A1000, 2 x A2000 (GVP 040 + SCSI combo + indivision), A3000 GVP IV24 & Emplant
3 x A1200 (1 x 030, Indivision and IDE-Fix with 40 GB HDD & DVD Burner)
2 x A4000 (4060, Deneb, Indivsion), CD32.
2 x Apple IIe and A IIGS (Various new cards), + 3 x Megadrives (CD and 32), 2 x Saturns, and a dreamcast.. :D
 

Offline a-pex

Re: Vesalia and Australia?
« Reply #4 on: April 20, 2008, 09:53:57 AM »
The turboboard I shipped to Andrew for his phoenix took 3 month!!!
 

Offline Marcb

Re: Vesalia and Australia?
« Reply #5 on: April 24, 2008, 02:56:05 PM »
Just an update ,

I checked with Vesalia & they said they always ship by air to Australia.

I received the Buddha today! That makes it 15 days including weekends from Vesalia to Aus...
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