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Old 27th February 2009, 07:53 PM   #11
vonfilm is offline vonfilm  United States
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It seems to me that the Antek 4218 400VA 18+18 would work for F1-F5. So unless anyone can tell me why it would be a bad idea, I plan to buy 6 with my next paycheck to build one of each F1 through F4 and 2 F5's. Thanks for the input.
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Old 27th February 2009, 08:28 PM   #12
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How much is the discount for using the (GN8128) code? I am in Canada and piltron is nearly twice the price af Antek. I would like to go with Antek, but I have heard of big duties at the border. Also, Plitron has the 300VA 230V on discount and I need four so the price difference is even less.

Any info on what extras I will have to pay for crossing the border and the discount at Antek would be appreciated.
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