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Old Mar 01, 2011, 10:46 PM
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Originally Posted by rocco View Post
But actually Tower hobbies sells the Cox Extra-300 RTF $27 cheaper than HobbyKing NE Xtra-300 RTF (same plane) $110 vs $137 plus shipping.
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Originally Posted by flying-llama View Post
That is before you log into HobbyKing. In reading the discussion and/or reviews on the HobbyKing RTF version, once you log in, the price will drop to something like ~$60 (not including shipping).
I believe this is done to satisfy having a minimum publicly advertised price (MAP).
Yup.like Flying-llama says, the price drops after log in on Hobby King, I have gotten many "One-time only" offers on this plane at 55 Us$.
I Bought mine in a hobbyshop in Bangkok where I live, for about 70$ with one extra battery.

The good thing with the Cox name or Revell for the NE Solo Pro heli is that they will give you a good warranty and keep the spares in stock, hopefully.

I have heard that a reliable warranty is worth about 20-30% of a products price, IF thats true the Cox price starts to look OK!

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