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    The warranty thing is very important for certain big ticket items. Also electronics may not work here due to the voltage difference.

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    You could use an adaptor for voltage difference though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfish30 View Post
    You could use an adaptor for voltage difference though
    I bought a breast pump (medela) from the states, we bought a voltage adapter at **** smiths, works perfectly

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    D.I.C.K.Smith's - are you serious that was censored?!

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    Depends on the voltage and strength of what you buy - my friend bought a kitchen aid from the states , got the adaptor but when she used it the first time it blew her circuits and the $250 electrician bill defeated the purpose of buying the cheaper kitchen aid !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Depends on the voltage and strength of what you buy - my friend bought a kitchen aid from the states , got the adaptor but when she used it the first time it blew her circuits and the $250 electrician bill defeated the purpose of buying the cheaper kitchen aid !
    Yes, not all electronics will work with a converter. The kitchenaids are a classic example, which sucks as they are so much cheaper there.

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    What's the best way with setting up the Paypal account? Do you see it up as an australian account or a US account?

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    Set it up as an Australian account and when you are buying from the USA put your USA address as your default address. ( remember to change it back when you buy here though!)

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