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Well, Nokta are having an end of year promo, a little while until the end of the year yet so they're starting early 🙂

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Some pretty good deals really, more so the Anfibio and Multi deal but I guess they're not selling at the moment with the anticipated multi freaker coming, and judging by this promo sale the multi is not coming out before Christmas.... a long wait gets even longer.

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