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    Hs1a rma

    Hi, I've just raised an RMA (4789245) for a HS1A headset. Stupidly I didn't check just how much it was going to cost to post. I hadn't realised it was going to have to be sent to the Netherlands and the cheapest postage I can find comes in at £20 which is half of what I originally paid for the headset. Is the Netherlands the only option? At that sort of postage it seems hardly worth sending them back.

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    Re: Hs1a rma

    Just had to send mine back (well my hs1's) I believe Netherlands is closest rma base to us

    What postage options did you choose? Mine ended up costing £7.22 (Royal Mail Airmail Small Packets).

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    Re: Hs1a rma

    How did you package it up? I've put mine in the original box and priced that up but im wondering if ditching the box and just sending them in a jiffy bag will be cheaper (although i'm worried they will turn up in bits and corsair will blame my packaging)

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    Re: Hs1a rma

    Quote Originally Posted by Typhoon View Post
    How did you package it up? I've put mine in the original box and priced that up but im wondering if ditching the box and just sending them in a jiffy bag will be cheaper (although i'm worried they will turn up in bits and corsair will blame my packaging)
    I put mine in the original box too wrapped in some brown parcel paper (the post office weighed it at 0.85kg). I chose the cheapest postage option (no tracking/signature with free insurance up to £46).

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