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Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by Scorpin200, Dec 1, 2007.
Where is the best place to order flash carts from at a reasonable price?
Great site, with low prices. The shipping takes a while though, but not nearly as long as DX.
See links in my signature.
Just keep in mind that DealExtreme, while amazingly cheap, is not the fastest store around
Allow 3 weeks for any package from DX to arrive, but they have been getting better...
Seeing as though you're in the US, I recommend KickGaming or PSXBOY.
Since you live in the US, RHS is the best in my opinion, they are located in New Jersey, I havent tried DealExtreme yet myself but Ive heard good things, just you have to wait a long time for delivery.
RHS cheap and fast shipping (use DHL at your own risk tho XD)
Agreed, if you live in Canada or the US, kickgaming.com may be your best option. I've never had any issues with anything I've ordered from them and more often then not shipping only takes between 5-7 business days.
Good thing you checked out GBATEMP 1st... This could cost you $5.
on the one hand its a shame on the other hand
the people stupid enough to bid on those kind of auctions deserve it.
Yeah, I ordered a 3in1 from them [EDIT]RHS[/EDIT] the tuesday of the week of Thanksgiving, chose USPS and got the cart on Friday. Cannot beat USPS shipping as it really should take 3d max as unlike UPS, for example, the USPS keeps their packages moving all of the time in their system, while UPS will let your package rot in a warehouse right until they have to move it to meet their estimated delivery date. I am SO tired of seeing my UPS packages rot for days in a warehouse c. 50m south of where I live, esp when in the past they used to be more like USPS and deliver early if they could, but no longer... (probably make their express option look pathetic in some areas if they did so, I guess...)
Indeed.The best way to choose your shipping method is to know how each company tends to handle your area. In my case, UPS often delivers a day early even, whereas DHL didn't know where I was, and USPS delivers on time, usually as well.
Tis all relative or somesuch!
I'm on the other side of that coin, DHL may need to call to find where I live on occasion but at least they haven't dropped my package at someone else's place before like UPS has (taking days to find out exactly where they left it, leaving me to approach the stranger and hope that they are honest enough to give me the package back) - I presume the difference being that UPS doesn't give their drivers cells and info to make the calls when necessary.