Remember the package AAA rearregáveis GS Yuasa Enitime I ordered na DealExtreme and did review some weeks ago? I asked that same application to include a couple more Lithium Batteries 14500 3.7V 900mAh Rechargeable and Protected TrustFire (package with two) (TrustFire Protected 14500 3.7V 900mAh Rechargeable Lithium Batteries (2-Pack)) using my DX Points. Already had bought a pair of these and did review a while back, so I will not repeat myself, because these are the same. What I emphasize here is that at the time of the request Lithium batteries were sent before, because as AAA GS Yuasa were missing, but it turned out the batteries arrived before, again showing that the packets do not arrive in the same order they came in Hong Kong, and there really is no way to predict when your package will arrive based on previous packets or other persons.
In this particular case the pilhas AAA were posted on 01/03/2010 and arrived in 23/03/2010 (22 calendar days), and as Lithium batteries were sent in 25/02/2010 and arrived in 29/03/2010 (32 calendar days). Both unregistered packages (rastreamento number). None were taxed, nor did they stamp of IRS. The batteries have as description “BATTERIES” and declared value of $45 Hong Kong dollars (approximately R $ 10,00), in this case is an even greater value than the battery, costing only $5,40 U.S. dollars two (R$ 9,39 Quote for today). And the famous piece of paper of DealExtreme stating that it was made a partial submission and that we should wait for the second part coming just after the second part. Ultimately, the moral of the story here is not to despair if the package was sent after his neighbor and now and its still not. Apparently the IRS here works with stacking instead of row, and the last arriving ends up being the first out.