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In Poland for a few months, where to buy digital balances?


hhj77 1 | 2  
11 Dec 2010 /  #1
Hello, I'll stay in Noland for a few months but I have a problem: I need to weight my medicines but didn't bring my balance with me, so I need to buy one of those little digital balances that weight 0.1g+

I'd buy it online, but I am not a lucky person and my credit card is locked because it got stolen :(
I know this question might sound silly, but I really need it and tried a few shops but none of them have it. Where to buy it in Warsaw? (Which shops/shopping malls?)

Help would be appreciated!!
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1082  
11 Dec 2010 /  #2
I need to buy one of those little digital balances that weight 0.1g+

You don't need a credit card. You can choose za pobraniem payment method and
then have to pay when postman arrives (28zl + 14zl shipment)

allegro.pl/waga-elektroniczna-500g-dokladnosc-0-1g

tel 502626600 gadu gadu: 4152903
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1593  
11 Dec 2010 /  #3
As a Medical student I don't know any medical drugs that you must weight like this by yourself. It sounds very suspect.

You don't need a credit card. You can choose za pobraniem payment method and
then have to pay when postman arrives (28zl + 14zl shipment)

This is probably the best option. It's also a good price.
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1082  
11 Dec 2010 /  #4
I don't know any medical drugs that you must weight like this by yourself.

I know your immediate impression my friend but sometimes everybody needs to split a pill into the two equal halves ;)
OP hhj77 1 | 2  
11 Dec 2010 /  #5
You don't need a credit card.

That looks good, but how does it work with an allegro account? I'm not a Polish speaker so that website looks unfamiliar to me :p

I know your immediate impression my friend but sometimes everybody needs to split a pill into the two equal halves ;)

Exactly, i need to split my pills, and they need to be exactly the same. I don't know why some people thought I am suspicious :)
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1082  
11 Dec 2010 /  #6
I'm not a Polish speaker

Don't keep finding excuses ;) You don't need an Allegro account. Just call him. Ask one of your Polish speaking friends for help.
OP hhj77 1 | 2  
11 Dec 2010 /  #7
excuses for what? And yes ill call him, but isn't it like ebay where you need an account to purchase an item?
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1082  
11 Dec 2010 /  #8
excuses for what?

ok hmm difficulties, obstacles

Definitely I have to buy a thicker dictionary ;)
f stop 24 | 2493  
11 Dec 2010 /  #9
He wants to know if anyone knows a shop in Warsaw where he can walk in, point at a scale, pay cash and walk out with it.

K?

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