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[CLOSED] [SOLD ]Victron Multiplus 48/5000/70 - 30 units
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(05-23-2020, 08:18 AM)Ibiza Wrote: thanks. I am not willing to fly to the UK these days

No but you can arrange for courier like DHL to collect and deliver to you.
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i did it somewhere else but the parcel is held in the DHLs warehouse waiting for the plain for two weeks already.
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(05-23-2020, 08:45 AM)Ibiza Wrote: i did it somewhere else but the parcel is held in the DHLs warehouse waiting for the plain for two weeks already.

No wonder they don’t want to be responsible for the same
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These are a bargain Dave. 6 months ago i'd have snapped one up, but I'm happy with my solution now. Thanks for the post though
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(05-23-2020, 10:56 AM)Daveyboy Wrote: These are a bargain Dave. 6 months ago i'd have snapped one up, but I'm happy with my solution now. Thanks for the post though

Besides your 18650 powerwall, do you have additional battery storage or are you signed up with Octopus for 5p / kWh export tariff ?
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(05-25-2020, 01:40 PM)hermitdave Wrote:
(05-23-2020, 10:56 AM)Daveyboy Wrote: These are a bargain Dave. 6 months ago i'd have snapped one up, but I'm happy with my solution now. Thanks for the post though

Besides your 18650 powerwall, do you have additional battery storage or are you signed up with Octopus for 5p / kWh export tariff ?
 Hi Dave,  no additional storage. DIY powerwall is working great.  I'm on the Agile export tariff, so generally get around 10p/kWh between 16:00 & 19:00. Tend not to export from the battery outside of this time as not worth stressing the battery for little gain.
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(05-23-2020, 08:45 AM)Ibiza Wrote: i did it somewhere else but the parcel is held in the DHLs warehouse waiting for the plain for two weeks already.

This is very common for international freight at the moment. I have been shipping a lot of things recently and a 2-3week delay through Europe is common and well over an extra month if shipping from further afield like China on any of the 'normal' shipping services - I have something coming from a seller in China who said it would be faster as they use "international express freight" but I find the AliExpress sellers to say all kinds of things that never happen.

Airlines around the world are crippled, you just have to wait and make sure you insure to the full value of the items.
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(06-13-2020, 12:54 PM)Shorty Wrote:
(05-23-2020, 08:45 AM)Ibiza Wrote: i did it somewhere else but the parcel is held in the DHLs warehouse waiting for the plain for two weeks already.

This is very common for international freight at the moment. I have been shipping a lot of things recently and a 2-3week delay through Europe is common and well over an extra month if shipping from further afield like China on any of the 'normal' shipping services - I have something coming from a seller in China who said it would be faster as they use "international express freight" but I find the AliExpress sellers to say all kinds of things that never happen.

Airlines around the world are crippled, you just have to wait and make sure you insure to the full value of the items.

I ordered something from eBay that was dispatched from Germany. It took almost a week to get it delivered that was on DHL 48 hour shipment
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