Enters the Sony Special Screw (if they take link is down, you can see the screenshot below):
Yes, this is $38.40 for a single screw. Note this is the distribution price. And I am glad the store is certified "hacker safe". Can you imagine how much the screw would cost if hackers had their way with it?
Add the services provider margin on this, and you end up with a EUR 61.31 (US$ 82.50) Sony Special Screw:
That's right: US$82.50 for a single screw used in a Sony 13cm speaker. How is this for making huge money and literally screwing the customer?
You can find the original image and discussion here. Found this through Consumerist.
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