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post #2266 of 4916
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Originally Posted by EveTan View Post
 

You know you're too obsessed over a product when you start having nightmares about them...

 

 

Last night, dreamt of going to Japan and meeting Suyama-san. He said he'd make an exception and let me order some customs on the spot. But for some reason, the lady in charge of taking my impressions just sat there, chatting with co-workers... When I asked for help, everything around me disappeared like mist. 

 

I'm not sure if this is healthy...

 

Heheh! Oh dear.... All I will say is that the Fitears are worth obsessing over. :L3000:

post #2267 of 4916

you need to see a shrink, pronto!

post #2268 of 4916
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Originally Posted by EveTan View Post

You know you're too obsessed over a product when you start having nightmares about them...


Last night, dreamt of going to Japan and meeting Suyama-san. He said he'd make an exception and let me order some customs on the spot. But for some reason, the lady in charge of taking my impressions just sat there, chatting with co-workers... When I asked for help, everything around me disappeared like mist. 

I'm not sure if this is healthy...

I guess you could use this as a bargaining tool, saying that you are in dire need of a pair of FitEar customs for medical reasons.
post #2269 of 4916
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Originally Posted by Ra97oR View Post


I guess you could use this as a bargaining tool, saying that you are in dire need of a pair of FitEar customs for medical reasons.

 

Wonder if a letter from the doctor will suffice. :atsmile:

post #2270 of 4916
Only if the doctor is an audiophile.
post #2271 of 4916
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by EveTan View Post
 

You know you're too obsessed over a product when you start having nightmares about them...

 

 

Last night, dreamt of going to Japan and meeting Suyama-san. He said he'd make an exception and let me order some customs on the spot. But for some reason, the lady in charge of taking my impressions just sat there, chatting with co-workers... When I asked for help, everything around me disappeared like mist. 

 

I'm not sure if this is healthy...

 

I like Suyama-san but I don't dream of him.

 

On a more serious note, I had a few ppl PM me last month if Fujiya would consider taking overseas customers who are visiting but can provide local Japanese addresses. I did actually talk to the manager and the answer is (and expected) "No".

 

I'm not going to bother asking e-earphone as I'd expect their answer to be the same.

post #2272 of 4916
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

I like Suyama-san but I don't dream of him.

On a more serious note, I had a few ppl PM me last month if Fujiya would consider taking overseas customers who are visiting but can provide local Japanese addresses. I did actually talk to the manager and the answer is (and expected) "No".

I'm not going to bother asking e-earphone as I'd expect their answer to be the same.
Will it be the same for the Festival?
post #2273 of 4916
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

Will it be the same for the Festival?
Undoubtedly cos it's the very same retailers that hold the festivals.

There's one exception. If you can dress, look, talk & act like Jude then maybe, just maybe, you may get away from the local rules.
post #2274 of 4916
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

Will it be the same for the Festival?
Undoubtedly cos it's the very same retailers that hold the festivals.

There's one exception. If you can dress, look, talk & act like Jude then maybe, just maybe, you may get away from the local rules.

Time to start selling my sercet batch of jude masks and voice changers supplied by the NSA for mega bucks.

For more FitEar other course.
Edited by Ra97oR - 2/27/14 at 4:23am
post #2275 of 4916
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Originally Posted by EveTan View Post

You know you're too obsessed over a product when you start having nightmares about them...


Last night, dreamt of going to Japan and meeting Suyama-san. He said he'd make an exception and let me order some customs on the spot. But for some reason, the lady in charge of taking my impressions just sat there, chatting with co-workers... When I asked for help, everything around me disappeared like mist. 

I'm not sure if this is healthy...

Isn't there an authorised dealer in the US?
Its stated on Fitear's page few days ago.
post #2276 of 4916
I don't think they sell customs in US.
post #2277 of 4916
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Originally Posted by Kiats View Post
 

 

Wonder if a letter from the doctor will suffice. :atsmile:

 

This doctor will help you.

 

Consultation.

 

follow up appointment...

 

(ok, he's not a doctor. :)

post #2278 of 4916
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Originally Posted by Ra97oR View Post

I don't think they sell customs in US.

Hmm actually... ALO Audio should get in on that if they can. I'm pretty sure they'll get alot of interest here in the states, including me.

 

That way I won't have to go to HK + pay ... an extra $500-600 in mark up price. (although when it comes to that, I will most likely go this route)

post #2279 of 4916
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Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

Undoubtedly cos it's the very same retailers that hold the festivals.

There's one exception. If you can dress, look, talk & act like Jude then maybe, just maybe, you may get away from the local rules.
Hum...I will abstain from jokes as they would be insulting to me or to Jude or both smily_headphones1.gif
Just lost of my key motivations for this festival...well I can always come to Tokyo for the Yakiniku.
Well for Fitear, I will go the HK route because in Shanghai Jaben quoted me 2300$ for the 335.
post #2280 of 4916
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

Hum...I will abstain from jokes as they would be insulting to me or to Jude or both smily_headphones1.gif
Just lost of my key motivations for this festival...well I can always come to Tokyo for the Yakiniku.
Well for Fitear, I will go the HK route because in Shanghai Jaben quoted me 2300$ for the 335.

Also, Beijing prices charge the same numerical values that HK charges, but in RMB instead of HKD.
$2300? At Shanghai? At Beijing it's $2600
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