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 From:  ANT_THOMAS  
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41229.1 
Not only can you track their driver online, you can tell them to deliver to a neighbour.

Once they have delivered to a neighbour they take a photo of the front door so you know where it has definitely gone!! 

Very impressed.
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 From:  Lucy (X3N0PH0N)  
 To:  ANT_THOMAS     
41229.2 In reply to 41229.1 
Yeah I got a parcel via them the other day and have to agree. The tracking shows you the name of the driver :>
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 From:  ANT_THOMAS  
 To:  Lucy (X3N0PH0N)     
41229.3 In reply to 41229.2 
Yep, Darren did a good job :)
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 From:  Peter (BOUGHTONP)  
 To:  ANT_THOMAS     
41229.4 In reply to 41229.1 
Yep, they're the same company/group as DPD.

I filter online stores based on the couriers used - anyone using Interlink/DPD gets considered before the rest.

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 From:  Dan Herman (HERMAND)  
 To:  Peter (BOUGHTONP)     
41229.5 In reply to 41229.4 
Peter! I was in your neck of the woods recently, but I think the phone number I have for you is from 2004 or something :D
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 From:  Peter (BOUGHTONP)  
 To:  Dan Herman (HERMAND)     
41229.6 In reply to 41229.5 
Probably. I have a bad habit of not transferring numbers. :(

Standing outside East Croydon station and yelling really loudly probably has a better chance of working.

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 From:  ANT_THOMAS  
 To:  Peter (BOUGHTONP)     
41229.7 In reply to 41229.4 
Indeed, the card they left was a DPD card.
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 From:  Ken (SHIELDSIT)  
 To:  Lucy (X3N0PH0N)     
41229.8 In reply to 41229.2 
Was it anything fun, or was it a bill?
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If you don't like donut, then leave it alone. Nobody force you to eat it.
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 From:  Lucy (X3N0PH0N)  
 To:  Ken (SHIELDSIT)     
41229.9 In reply to 41229.8 
New mouse.
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 From:  Ken (SHIELDSIT)  
 To:  Lucy (X3N0PH0N)     
41229.10 In reply to 41229.9 
Are you happy with it?
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 From:  graphitone  
 To:  Lucy (X3N0PH0N)     
41229.11 In reply to 41229.9 
Are you left handed? Not that it'd particularly matter with an ambidextrous design like that. I've been looking for a good (but not wildly priced) left handed mouse for a while. That looks nice n' balanced with a sensible amount of clickable bits.

As Ken said, let us know what it's like.
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 From:  milko  
 To:  graphitone     
41229.12 In reply to 41229.11 
I use a rather similar-looking Steelseries Sensei which can sometimes be had for cheap. I used to like MS Intellimouse Explorers but they kept breaking down after a couple of years. Hopefully this one lasts longer, it's certainly nice and well reviewed.
milko
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 From:  af (CAER)  
 To:  graphitone     
41229.13 In reply to 41229.11 
What milko said – SteelSeries do various mice in that shape. My ladyfriend has a Kinzu V2, which seems nice if you have small hands. It's a bit flat and small for my liking; the Sensei is better for that, but I didn't really get on with mine very well because I found the thumb buttons far too easy to press accidentally. Mind you I have fat thumbs, so perhaps it won't bother you.
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 From:  graphitone  
 To:  milko     af (CAER)     
41229.14 In reply to 41229.13 
Cheers both, I remember now reading a good sensei review, I like their unfussy style.

I could do with trying one out somewhere to see how it fits my hand as I'm somewhere between a claw and palm grip. I don't get on with tiny mice either.
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 From:  milko  
 To:  graphitone     
41229.15 In reply to 41229.14 
I think PC world of all places had some steelseries in, you could maybe get a quick hold.
milko
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 From:  Chris (CHRISSS)  
 To:  milko     
41229.16 In reply to 41229.15 
(YJ)?

Me
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 From:  johngti_mk-ii  
 To:  Chris (CHRISSS)     
41229.17 In reply to 41229.16 
Possibly. He does live on the posh side of London so who knows what services his local pc world offer. Perhaps a little gentle cupping. Maybe a little nuzzle.

He's probably a regular customer

Add THE VETOES to your myspace friends!!! Pretty please :D

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 From:  Chris (CHRISSS)  
 To:  johngti_mk-ii     
41229.18 In reply to 41229.17 
I might be tempted to visit PC World if they offered services like that down here.

Me
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 From:  graphitone  
 To:  milko     
41229.19 In reply to 41229.15 
(nod) I'll check out our local PC world one lunchtime. You have to have a fondle before making a decision.
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 From:  milko  
 To:  johngti_mk-ii     
41229.20 In reply to 41229.17 
Very much YJ, but the PC World I tend to go to is in Slough, very much not posh. Actually, the one nearest my house is a scuzzy bit next to the M4 as well! I send the butler.
milko
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