There are a number of businesses easily found on the web that by-pass this
issue in the states. They act as a US postal address for you and will then
post it on to you. It does add to the cost - but with the overall savings are
still definitely worth it.
> Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2011 12:08:27 +1100
> Subject: Re: [Birding-Aus] A response from B&H re. non-shipment of some
> brands of Binoculars
> On 21/12/2011 11:15 AM, Dave Torr wrote:
> > I guess the local retailers have been putting pressure on the manufacturers
> > to try and cut down on internet sales - inevitable I suppose.
> > On 21 December 2011 11:06, Peter Shute<> wrote:
> >> I wonder why the change. Perhaps those manufacturers alway had
> >> restrictions, and one or several have decided to start enforcing them, so
> >> they started following the rules for them all. If so, then we should expect
> >> this to start affecting all the reputable dealers
> >> I know you can't get Sennheiser stuff from them either. Perhaps the online
> >> free for all is coming to an end.
> >> I'm sure you'll always be able to find someone who'd be willing to do it,
> >> but I'm not sure I'd trust them.
> >> Peter Shute
> I'm after a pair of Minox binoculars and am having the same trouble as
> there doesn't seem to be an Australian distributor. "Gimmedigi" who seem
> to be in HongKong can do them.
> Any thoughts as to Gimmedigi's performance?
> Brian Fleming
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