Acquired recently that one LED Lanterna four stainless Aço Ultrafire C3 Cree Q5-WC, 5 modes, memory, 190 lumens, 1 AA pilha ou 14500 (Ultrafire C3 Stainless Steel Cree Q5-WC 5-Mode 190-Lumen Memory LED Flashlight (1*AA/1*14500)) in DealExtreme that both accepts an AA battery 1.2 / 1.5V (NiMH or other) as a lithium battery 14500 3.6 / 3.7V, in order to further lighten.
I then decided to then get a couple of Lithium Batteries 14500 3.7V 900mAh Rechargeable and Protected TrustFire (package with two) (TrustFire Protected 14500 3.7V 900mAh Rechargeable Lithium Batteries (2-Pack)), costing $5,43 USD (U.S. dollars two) and took my DX Points to add a Battery Charger UltraFire 3.6/3.7V (UltraFire 3.6/3.7V Battery Charger) that custa $12,30 USD, Free but went out to rescue him with 123 DX Points. I will not go into detail about DX Points and how to redeem them for products because they already talked about it in a previous article here on Skooter Blog.
I'll talk about the two products in separate articles in the coming days, or weeks, because it is difficult to get time to write here and this article was already two weeks ago in waiting to be written. Today I will speak of purchase only: was made on 19/01/2010, posted at 21/01, and got em 22/02, one month later, no tax, despite being a big boy package (a white package, who buys a lot in DealExtreme already know that the smaller packages are of yellow paper, and the greater white plastic) . The description came as “CHARGER BATTERIES”, and the declared value $45 HKD (Hong Kong dollars), equivalent to approximately R $ 10,30. Although the sum of the two products exceed the value $15 USD, the package did not come with registration (rastreamento number), because what counts is what I actually paid ($5,43 USD), namely, they do not add the record to add new products to the DX Points.