oculus at mail.ru
Sun Jul 15 11:15:24 CEST 2007
Yes, this problem can exist in the case device will be called as consumer
electronic device in the sending.
But maybe calling it electronic test device/engeneering sample can
overcome customs limitations?
Also it is possible to ask guys living in Finland to order it: this is not
so far from SPb. And device delivery by any post company inside the Russia
The last one idea is to ask any company (HPC?) that has proper channels to
On Fri, 13 Jul 2007 19:29:23 +0400, Victor Chernyshev <vc2402 at gmail.com>
> There are at least two more wishful persons in Russia (Moscow). But as I
> can see the main problem in our case is to deal with Russian customs...
> krakatau wrote:
>> Maybe it is possible to share shiping cost between several people. I
>> have the same issue in St-Petersburg, Russia.
>> On Mon, 09 Jul 2007 15:51:05 +0400, Gena Batsyan <gbatyan at gmail.com>
>>> I'm shocked!
>>> I wanted to purchase neo to Belarus - 140 bucks for shipping, that's a
>>> half of the device price!!!
>>> Western Europe is about 90.
>>> What's going on, WHY ???
>>> Are there any plans to reduce shipping costs for the 1st generation of
>>> neo in the next future?
>>> I'd appreciate any quotes on that.
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