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#1 badpilotto Oct 03, 2009 10:38 PM

RC Timer communication w/Nina or Frank
I receive an email saying their new web-site is now open:


The prices seem good but has anybody ever shopped there before or actually receive a product? Below is the copy of the email I received.



RC Timer Servo Power Model Co.,Ltd
From: szroader <szroader@gmail.com> Add to Contacts

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am Nina, From RC Timer Servo Power Model Co., Ltd, our Official Website has been opened:www.rctimer.com

We will provide the highest quality, best service, lowest price for you, if in the RC Timer purchase of any product, within 2 months of any quality problems, we have a new replacement free of charge to you.

RC Timer Power Model Co., Ltd, was established in 2003 in Shenzhen city, Guangdong Province , China as a professional manufacturer for R/C accessories of model toy's applications. As a master in hobby industry, we always do our best to improve our designs concepts & manufacturing technologies. We offer a wealth of manufacturing experience & technology with the expertise acquired over the past 5 years. We are constantly enhancing our R/C EQUIPMENT and ourselves according to the professional suggestions offered by our respect customers, in order to bring superior and innovative products to the customers from all over the world.

Sincerely Yours,


MSN: rctimer@gmail.com

#2 badpilotto Oct 03, 2009 10:48 PM

Update for everyone. This company is saying all shipping is free.


#3 reacher10 Oct 04, 2009 12:51 PM

Free shipping or $2.00 for a tracking #. The prices look very good. They have the good deans connectors with the grips.


This is prolly not a good week to order as they are on a week long holiday.

#4 reacher10 Oct 04, 2009 04:59 PM

I sent them an email asking if they were on holiday still and Nina got right back to me and said they are back to work as of the 4th.

I'm going to order some stuff and give them a shot.

#5 badpilotto Oct 05, 2009 01:38 AM


I think this is the same company that used to (or maybe even still does) sell items on EBay. I might have used them before but cannot remember because I order stuff from sooo many companies. Please post how the order goes....



#6 xwingnut Oct 05, 2009 08:44 AM

Ordered a few extensions, switches and a few of those FailSafe units. They do add 3.5% for PayUpPal fees but the shipping was free. They say the order will ship within 24hrs.

They have ten 900mm (about 3ft) twisted heavy duty JR extensions for $11.99 and 600mm (just under 2ft) for $8.99. Heavy duty JR or Futaba switches w/built in charge jack for $3.50. Good prices!


#7 reacher10 Oct 05, 2009 12:21 PM

It turns out I found a motor at Atlanta Hobby that should work for my plane so I ordered from there instead, however the prices look very good with this vender and in the future I will order from him.

#8 badpilotto Oct 07, 2009 02:14 PM


Thanks for the update. I was just looking who has already conducted business with them to find out how it all worked out. Yes their prices look really good almost too good for free shipping.


#9 badpilotto Oct 07, 2009 02:15 PM


Please post how your order works out.



#10 HappyKillmore Oct 07, 2009 03:06 PM

I just placed an order for about $50 with them. We'll see. It cost me about $3 in shipping.

#11 badpilotto Oct 07, 2009 04:16 PM


Thank you! If I was not in the middle of moving back to the U.S. from Europe I would have ordered from this company. Someone had to be the guinea pig. LOL


#12 HappyKillmore Oct 07, 2009 07:21 PM

I also just tried BidProduct.com. I've always liked their prices but realized the downside to ordering from them. You have to add $3 to every item for shipping. So I found that ordering things like servo extensions and servos not to be a very good deal from BidProduct. Corona RX and cheap ESC's are still a great deal.

#13 gdenton3 Oct 07, 2009 09:08 PM

I ordered a 2212-6 motor/30A ESC combo from them on Ebay ~6 months ago and received the order surprisingly quick, motor/ESC have been flawless, wouldn't hesitate to order from them again.

#14 badpilotto Oct 08, 2009 02:52 AM

Ahhhhaaaa another guinea pig! I guess I spoke too soon.
gdenton3, I wanted to check out the companies new online store Ebay really doesn't count because they have their own set of rules for commerce.
Thanks anyhow.


#15 Ben Morrow Oct 08, 2009 01:00 PM

ESC Ordered

I ordered a 40 A brushless esc from them maybe a week ago and it's here and looks great. I think it was about 20 bucks or so on e-bay? The only problem I have is being new to electric planes and all the wires going to the esc to the motor being black, so I'm not sure just how to hook it up. Can someone with more time with electrics help me out on what wire goes where? I'd hate to burn the esc up because I hooked it up wrong to the motor. As far as the product and shipping everything looks good to me.


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