Thread: SOSS HINGES? my extension table
17th Jun 2011, 01:52 PM #1
SOSS HINGES? my extension table
I am desperatly looking to buy SOSS INVISIBLE HINGES, for the middle leaf of my extension table.
Any help would be greatly apreciated.
I cannot find them anywhere.
even an online store, possibly shipping from within australia would be wonderful.
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21st Jun 2011, 07:18 AM #6
The Woodworks, Mittagong.
They only do mail order, and carry barrel hinges.
Also, maybe jim Carroll's wood supplies (name escapes me, but he's a member here.)
22nd Jul 2011, 09:15 PM #7
cheers guys, i ended up getting some sweet soss 108 or 112 hinges from ebay. (three of them)
From america for less than $35 AUD. Postage included!!!!!!!!
so stoked. they were not even used. out of the packet. but who cares! they work a charm.
after i saw how much they costed... it was very helpfull to go for a bargain hunt.
(i was a bit cheeky and added a screenshot of my order, just to prove it.... and rub it in)
26th Jul 2011, 10:44 AM #8
I have purchased a few from Singapore.
I was told that is where they are manufactured.
If you are in the Sing casino they sold a few thousand to them.
US prices I found expensive on postage.
Also saw some similar hinges on Mig windows but they are extremely pricey.
Glad you found some.
If you speak with Singapore office they will tell you possible stockist in Oz.
30th Jul 2011, 05:54 PM #9
site of Soss hinges for future reference
Joseph Soss - SOSS Invisible Hinges
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