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    I've been on the internet trying to get a replacement mains lead for my pogo printer! I can't find a replacement lead anywhere and the printers seem to be getting more difficult to get hold of, used to be loads on Amazon!! But Play.com came up so clicked on there!!! £399.99 with Free Delivery!!!!! What's happened to them, I paid about £25 for mine!!!!!

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    Surely an error ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshmallow View Post
    Surely an error ?
    That's what I thought, but there were 2 black or pink, both same price!!!

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    Maybe they are now obsolete?

    I used to be a buyer for a IT maintenance company and when things were obsolete the price went sky high, even for tatty repaired items.

    Could you contact Polaroid directly, or maybe take the cable into Maplin? They may have a generic alternative that will suit.

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    I had same issue and ended up buying another pogo from eBay so I now have two and one cable
    Children are born with wings we help them to fly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tazmin68 View Post
    I had same issue and ended up buying another pogo from eBay so I now have two and one cable
    That's what I had thought of doing, until I saw how much they were!!! I will have a look on ebay!!

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    I lost my mains lead and ended up getting one from ebay (found it the next day ) sold it back on ebay for £17

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    Oh i'll have two!! NOT

    Ebay like others say, bid for a bargain.

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    I brought for £40.00 never used it as not iPhone comparable grrrr

 

 

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