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Re: What country are sharp window air conditioners made?
said by nonamesleft:Because they are commercial grade, and it just comes out of yearly dividends or the cost plus military research contract, or venture capital fund of a rich ******* who doesn't know his maid pulls 1K from his ATM account a week. Look at Grainger's prices vs Home Depot.
Why do those twist lock plugs cost so damn much at lowes? They are made in CHINA!
actions · 2012-Jul-6 11:45 am · (locked)
I thougt grainger was for businesses only, and not for commoners/regular people.
actions · 2012-Jul-6 6:07 pm · (locked)
said by nonamesleft:There are ways. The last time I checked, if you joined the Farm Bureau (for example) for maybe $25 (?), you got to use their corporate account for shopping at Grainger's - maybe even with a discount. Grainger's isn't the only game in town, though; MSC is pretty good, too, and as far as I know they'll sell to anybody. And these days there's practically nothing you can't find at a decent price on the internet - eBay, Amazon, and a ton of other places - with no jumping through hoops unless maybe it's a legal requirement. I buy stuff this way all the time, but I do take precautions to protect my credit card number, just in case.
I thougt grainger was a business only, and not for commoners.
actions · 2012-Jul-6 6:16 pm · (locked)