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    I received my two today.

    Not sure if they're even going to work... the fools shipped them in envelopes. Not even in retail boxes in envelopes. Just power supplies in envelopes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    I received my two today.

    Not sure if they're even going to work... the fools shipped them in envelopes. Not even in retail boxes in envelopes. Just power supplies in envelopes.
    LOL

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    I'm looking forward to what you find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    I received my two today.

    Not sure if they're even going to work... the fools shipped them in envelopes. Not even in retail boxes in envelopes. Just power supplies in envelopes.
    Lol do you have pics of this by any chance? Must have been fairly large envelopes at least.

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    Well.. Large enough to hold a power supply! It was one of those plastic bag envelopes like when you order a t-shirt or a pair of pants online.

    Was really surprised the used them for power supplies.

    There is damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    There is damage.
    Pics??
    That's the thing we are waiting for right now...

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    pics or it didn happen
    best regards
    Tinpoint

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    They're coming. Been poking around the insides first and will put it on the load tester today (if they're not dead).

    It's actually well made. I mean... cheap parts... but well put together and good design. Not LLC, as stated before, but pretty solid. I'll do pics later today.

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    Any idea which factory? CWT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Well.. Large enough to hold a power supply! It was one of those plastic bag envelopes like when you order a t-shirt or a pair of pants online..
    So like Amazon US without packaging



    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    They're coming. Been poking around the insides first and will put it on the load tester today (if they're not dead).
    Not better first @load Tester


    It's actually well made. I mean... cheap parts... but well put together and good design. Not LLC, as stated before, but pretty solid. I'll do pics later today.
    Interesting
    best regards
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