• What 'other' have you sent to the rabbit amnesty?

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    wettongues [sign in to see picture]
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    I'm getting a parcel ready to sent to LH Rabbit Amnesty, and Im just wondering if I can include things like chargers under the and other section?? How about a non working dvd player??

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    Ella Legs [sign in to see picture]
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    As far as I know, anything with a motor can be sent, toasters can be sent so I'd assume a dvd player would be ok too.

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    Lady Ness [sign in to see picture]
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    wettongues wrote:

    I'm getting a parcel ready to sent to LH Rabbit Amnesty, and Im just wondering if I can include things like chargers under the and other section?? How about a non working dvd player??

    Yep, a dvd player would be ok, though it would cost a bit to send. You can even send ear phones, I think you could even send off battery electric tooth brushe...

    I'm still getting a box ready, everytime I think I have sorted it and gotten it ready to send... another rubbish toy arrives on my door step that I end up putting in there once tested.

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    DaPratsta [sign in to see picture]
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    The Nymphomaniac wrote:

    You can even send ear phones

    Why didn't I know about this sooner? I've binned loads of half-dead earphones

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    Horny Glass Lover [sign in to see picture]
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    I've sent in everything from heated eyelash curlers to those daft battery operated games keyrings. Also the usual trimmers, toys, bullets etc...

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    BashfulBabe [sign in to see picture]
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    Old cordless phone, several chargers, headset, broken baby monitor, old router, multiple microfilters...I did consider sending off a lamp and an iron I have awaiting recycling, but decided against wasting the postage costs since I need to make a run in anyway to dump off a fryer and a PC tower anyway, but those weenie things I've lumped in really just cap out on postage: if I'm paying for 2kg and I've only got like half that in toys, I'll lob in any of those burnt-out old odds'n'sods to make weight up.

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    katmiaow [sign in to see picture]
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    speakers from my old mobile phone, headphones, an old broken ipod dock station.

    i always collect up enough stuff to cover postage costs- last lot i sent in cost about £3 to post and i got £9 in points

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    kit777 [sign in to see picture]
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    Wish I'd known about this befor can u send almost anything? Old phone charges ect? What else can u send in?

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