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What to buy from Qoo10 today: 12th January 2017

By Ng Chong Seng - 12 Jan 2017

What to buy from Qoo10 today: 12th January 2017

What to buy from Qoo10 today: 12th January 2017

Well, you know the drill. :)


1.) Anker cables and chargers

I know a lot of people buy Anker cables or power adapters from Amazon. But if you don’t want to jump through hoops or just want to pick up one item, know that there’s actually an Anker authorized distributor in Singapore, and it’s a web storefront on Qoo10. Prices are pretty on a par too; for example, a 6-port (12A) USB charger costs S$38.90 (before Qxpress or POPStation delivery), vs. US$28 (about S$40) on Amazon. And since this is Qoo10, remember to use, say, store coupons to enjoy greater savings.


2.) ASUS computing products

Okay, this is more of a “Did you know?” PSA than a “Hey, great deal here!” PSA. Did you know there’s an ASUS Official Computer DIY Store on Qoo10? No? Now you do. Some of the newest additions on the webstore include the latest Z270 motherboards for Intel’s ‘Kaby Lake’ CPUs, which ASUS has also just announced Windows 7 and 8.x driver support for. Yes, the prices are all official SRPs, so try to stack coupons to save some moola.


3.) Samsung C27F390F

A 27-inch, curved, full HD monitor, the Samsung C27F390F typically costs S$348 here, but there’s a store on Qoo10 that’s selling it for as low as S$239. A few points to note though: This is a Korean set and it ships from Korea, so there’s a shipping fee of S$29. Also, it’d be S$269 instead of S$239 if you opt for the zero dead pixel option and get the Singapore plug from them. I notice the price does drop further at times, so if you frequent Qoo10, you may want to bookmark this product and check back later. Or, see if any of your coupons works and ‘hoot’ the item now.


4.) S$5 off S$30 coupon

Speaking of coupons, there’s this S$5 discount coupon that you can grab here from now till January 30. 1,000 coupons are given away each day, and each coupon lasts 3 days from its issued date. You can find the T&Cs here, but mainly, there’s a minimum spend of S$30, and you’ve to use Visa Checkout for payment.



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