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Insinkerator – the power of thiking outside the square

December4

My Insinkerator died. Groan.  Even doing a search on PriceMe found that the cheapest Insinkerator 65 (the only one with an airswitch, whihc I needed) was $500.  After considerably shopping around I found a Robin Hood for just $160 that does just the same job. Thanks Harvey Norman for a good deal.  It is a slightly different fit to the Insinkerator, but a plumber did the job for $78 including GST.  Now that’s a bargain.  I would have needed a plumber to replace the Insinkerator, so all in all I saved more than $340. That’s a deal.  If this unit ever dies I’m just going to have a kit put in to convert the sink back to regular drainage.

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