Bunnings Unofficial Stock Checker is a Chrome extension by Michael Casha. It had 505 weekly active users and an average rating of 4.00 before it was removed from Chrome Web Store 9 months ago. Bunnings Unofficial Stock Checker is similar to OzBargain and Net Usage Item. The last published version was 0.2, updated 2 years ago.
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Here's an unofficial Bunnings Stock Checker! Simple browse to a product on Bunnings.com.au, click the icon and see the stock status and quantity for your store and it's 12 closest stores.
Bunnings Unofficial Stock Checker requires very minimum permissions and is relatively safe to use.
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This Chrome extension saved my life. I needed a facemask to protect me from the thousands of people coughing and sneezing on the public transport I patronise every day. Bunnings has sold out almost everywhere, but I managed to find a nearby store that sells a bag of rags and a packet of charcoal BBQ briquettes, and I macgyvered up a facemask with some string and an empty tin of baked beans. Sure, it doesn't look pretty, and I get a lot of funny looks, but I'm sure I'd have succumbed to the toyota corona by now, without this extension.
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