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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Since when do they still sell violet crumbles? I haven't seen them in years?🙉
    Are you in WA? I vaguely remember craving one when living over there and having to settle for a crunchie as it was all I could find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretched View Post
    Are you in WA? I vaguely remember craving one when living over there and having to settle for a crunchie as it was all I could find.
    Yes I'm in WA why would we not have it? Haha I do remember them as a kid though my grandparents would bring me one every time and I'd be so sad because it was such a boring chocolate as a kid.

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    Do you guys remember the poly waffle awwww it haunts me in a bad way. Another choccie the grandparents would flood me with they were horrible

    Bubhub made me buy a bugaboo and its not "that" great but DH would never let me sell it and buy again I've sold 4 prams now🙉

    Oh and BUBHUB stopped me from selling my thermomix but now there's a new one so I probably should have as I was offered 1500 by a friend and now you couldn't even get 500😩

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post

    Oh and BUBHUB stopped me from selling my thermomix but now there's a new one so I probably should have as I was offered 1500 by a friend and now you couldn't even get 500😩
    Wow seriously have the secondhand old models gone down that much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Wow seriously have the secondhand old models gone down that much.
    Aww it's only what I heard. Aren't there a zillion for sale on gumtree where as a year ago you couldn't find 1? I should really check it out anyway I'm happy with my old version I'm not a touch screen kind of gal😋

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Aww it's only what I heard. Aren't there a zillion for sale on gumtree where as a year ago you couldn't find 1? I should really check it out anyway I'm happy with my old version I'm not a touch screen kind of gal😋
    Just a quick look at gum tree and eBay

    Most are selling at 1200 to 1600

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    I just checked wow maybe not 👍
    I just can't see anyone buying an old version for more than 1k especially with all the new payment plans etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Just a quick look at gum tree and eBay

    Most are selling at 1200 to 1600
    Wow. If the new one is 1900 though I wonder if people would pay 1600 for an oldie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    I just checked wow maybe not 👍
    I just can't see anyone buying an old version for more than 1k especially with all the new payment plans etc?
    You never know if you don't try. Just make sure your firm on your price. I know if I had a grand spare I would prefer the old model for cheaper price.

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    I checked out Gumtree when the new one came out because I might consider one if I could get it for 700ish but they were mostly still 1500.

    Back to the chocolate bars, there are quite a few things that vary state to state. Back in Melbourne now I'm so happy I can get Savoy crackers again, stupid Jatz in the same box that look the same but are nothing like Savoys.

    I've only seen honey jumble biscuits in QLD and I know Iced Vovos are not available everywhere, even though both are Arnotts.

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