Where to buy R4i in EUROPE

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  1. 0maniac0
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    Hello everyone!

    I live in Portugal and I'm thinking about buying an R4i gold (r4ids.cn) for my 3ds. And, after some research, I found a couple of good international stores - gamekool and zhuzhuchina. However since these stores are not based in Europe, I fear that if I should order my r4i from them, I might end up having to pay an additional tax. And I definitely do not want that.

    So my question is simple: Is there a trustworthy store that's based in Europe and sells real r4i cards from r4ids.cn? (Preferably revision C, the one that works with 3ds V4.5.0-10E)

    Cheers and thanks in advance
     
  2. Almahisen

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    why not directly go to official site " where to buy" ,then you will find tons of stores providing r4i gold 3ds in Europe. I have checked for you ,gamekool is the official distributor of r4i gold 3ds ,you dont need pay an additional tax seems,maybe you can give it a shot.
     
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    i got my cards from them
     
  5. 0maniac0
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    I have checked some of the stores on the official website, like digimartz and digibay, but I don't know if they're trustwothy. Hence I would like to hear your opinions.

    The reason why I want to buy one in Europe is to avoid having to deal with customs and such, which would be a real pain in the rear.
     
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    Cart sale is illegal in EU though, right?

    So importing and hoping your package isn't inspected is the best you can do.

    That, or find a local import shop that doesn't have an online version (so as to escape detection).
     
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