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What a Waste of the Material (2 pics)

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  • 15 Nov, 2011  |
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One guy just ordered a tiny battery for his PC.

1 What a Waste of the Material (2 pics)




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№1 Author: M0rdain (15 Nov 2011 01:07) Total user comments: 101


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№2 Author: Jimmy Johnson (15 Nov 2011 02:09) Total user comments: 5518


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I dunno man... I'm calling fake.
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№3 Author: GhostChronos (15 Nov 2011 02:51) Total user comments: 2100


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There are too many others like this one, can't tell if it's legit.
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№4 Author: raymond.wendt (15 Nov 2011 03:19) Total user comments: 9115


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they probably have certain size boxes and ONLY use those... nothing else. I've gotten things like that before.
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№5 Author: Shadoglare (15 Nov 2011 06:54) Total user comments: 499


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I used to work in the IT support industry, and although I haven't seen anything *this* bad, I have seen pretty similar stuff, even from companies like Dell...
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№6 Author: miscellaneous (15 Nov 2011 09:07) Total user comments: 4179


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I call fake as well, but consider the alternative ....

ever take something out of the box, and, for the life of ya, can't get it back in?
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№7 Author: deepacidcow (15 Nov 2011 11:17) Total user comments: 1283


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№8 Author: quackers (15 Nov 2011 13:40) Total user comments: 4830


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I would think a Fake but in this crazy world who knows,.,.
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№9 Author: taransh (15 Nov 2011 17:35) Total user comments: 128


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№10 Author: Gi-Joe (15 Nov 2011 18:04) Total user comments: 960


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That looks about right. A box that size doesnt get lost as fast as the envelope.
We get packages shipped like that all the time from Cooper and Avaya.
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№11 Author: Lu (15 Nov 2011 19:17) Total user comments: 15082


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It's delivered. Nothing else matters anyway.
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№12 Author: bainpr (15 Nov 2011 21:29) Total user comments: 84


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doubt this is fake i work for IT and see this alot
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№13 Author: noluk (15 Nov 2011 22:12) Total user comments: 327


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Wont somebody think about the battery ! ! 02
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№14 Author: cube (18 Nov 2011 22:47) Total user comments: 163


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