WANTED Wholesale Supplierr for Gillette Fusion Blades

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28 Mar 09 06:07:49 am
Hi,

If anyone can help me i am looking for a supplier for Gillette Fusion Power Blades. I have only found 1 from China. Any tips would be Greatly Appreciated.

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28 Mar 09 04:05:51 pm
Hi,

If anyone can help me i am looking for a supplier for Gillette Fusion Power Blades. I have only found 1 from China. Any tips would be Greatly Appreciated.



Your not going to get legit Fusion blades from China.

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28 Mar 09 09:35:14 pm


Your not going to get legit Fusion blades from China.


I know of a Company in the US that were offering replica loads. We had a load come across our table for our buying consideration a few weeks back, but we don't play with fakes, so we bounced the load.

You need to tread really carefully here.


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28 Mar 09 11:43:40 pm
I dont trust the companies from China. Many people have tried to sell me fake blades but i can tell them apart. I have bought some from eBay that were Genuine that came from Germany. But yet i am still looking for a Company to sell wholesale lots. To make sure that they are Genuine, the blades looking from the back have a semi circle cut out of random blades on the left. This is the best way to see if they are genuine.

But, if anyone can name a wholesaler it would be gratly appreciated.

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30 Mar 09 12:59:44 am
I have seen them sell on ebay for almost wholesale as Blades- Battery's -Tylenol etc are popular shoplifting items and often get sold on ebay - they actually busted a big shoplifting ring here locally that was huge on ebay and at local flea markets .

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30 Mar 09 01:13:20 am
Now there's a product resource that doesn't get talked about much....lol

The good old 5 finger discount, alive and well by the sounds of that.


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30 Mar 09 02:49:55 am
I have seen them sell on ebay for almost wholesale as Blades- Battery's -Tylenol etc are popular shoplifting items and often get sold on ebay - they actually busted a big shoplifting ring here locally that was huge on ebay and at local flea markets .



Excellent post!

I was in a super market looking for Fusion blades and had to get a manger to open the lock to get at them.

I said boy, you even have to lock those things. He said yea, they are the most popular shoplifting item in the world.

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30 Mar 09 03:49:59 am
All these replies are good, but i am after someone who knows of a wholesaler of Fusion Blades.

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30 Mar 09 05:33:22 am
Hi webby346,

Have you visited these suppliers? If you haven't please check them out:

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You may also want to check out a few of their other authorized dealers on this link:

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Hope that helps. :)


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30 Mar 09 06:57:55 pm
Gillette like most other major companys doesnt want their items being sold by onliners who would than undercut the retail stores who spends millions of dollars with them ,,my 2 buddies offered to buy 50k in baseball bats from Miken and were told no - unless they had a store and were so many miles from another store .

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2 Apr 09 03:01:39 am
One thing I have learned is to not be set on a single item only.

You have to be flexible when looking to sell online and especially eBay.

A sellers goal should be to find what sells on eBay and then find a supplier. Even if a seller finds 20 things from research but only 1 he can source and purchase he has won the game.

You have found an item that sells real well on eBay. But sourcing it is a dead end.

Now move on to the next item and the next until you find one you can source.

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2 Apr 09 03:08:26 am
Additionally...

There are many reasons why an item seen on eBay sells for a great price and steadily.

Take to heart the comment jmoon87 made as it is full of wisdom.

There are reasons why you can't find the item at a competitive price.

One is because many people steal these items.

I have stated before that I have read threads in other forums about teens shoplifting to sell on eBay. They exchange methods of stealing and do it with regularity.

I won't get into the specifics but they are very skilled in their criminal trade. From knowing where to stand in a store to actually pulling the plugs out of camera recorders.

I would state that probably 5 to 10% of what you see on eBay is stolen goods.

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