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MacBook Air - Magsafe duckhead for macbook air

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I lost the little duckhead (the little tip that connects the magsafe adaptor to the wall when you don't use the extension chord). I went to the store and they told me I have to buy a whole new magsafe adapter that costs 70 bucks

This little duckhead weighs about 1 oz. and must be super cheap to make and I can't imagine buying a whole new magsafe adapter just for it . . but without it I have to carry they heavy extension cord around which defeats the purpose of hte macbook air (light portability)

Does anyone know another place to get the duckhead for the adapter?

Thank you!
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Where do you live? I have a few that I don't use, and I'd be more than happy to send you one if you live in the US.
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Hi all...I'm looking for a duckhead for my macbook pro. Moved from Australia and the only way to get hold of one is to buy a world kit (which I don't need), or buy a new unit.

Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
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