US vs CDN Pricing?
mlaute at micron.net
Fri Feb 25 06:00:04 PST 2000
James, my prosthetist charges $1600+ for one liner, $1,000+ for the second
one, the first one coming with a lanyard lock. They come in pairs in the
box. Maybe we all should make a rush for the northern border, insurance
companies willing. Margaret Lauterbach RAK '99
At 07:58 PM 2/24/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>Many of us frozen Canuks escape to southern climes for a mid-winter
>breather. A friend recently was travelling in the southern states and
>needed to replace his original CDN bought Alpha 6mm with a 3m to allow for
>some unexpected volume changes (so extra socks could be added as needed)
>what was available at the only "game-in-town was a set at a whopping
>$2,570. USF . The Canadian price is $1,200 !
>Even allowing for exchange and a retailer's right to charge themselves out
>of the market - does this sound logical? I would imagine at these prices,
>one simply couldn't afford to carry a spare around.
>What am I missing that there should be such a disparage(sp?) in pricing?
>James F.L. Stewart
>Burlington, Ontario, Canada
>"Too often, people who want to offer sound advice
> give us more sound than advice."
> --Alfred E. Neuman
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