|May 31, 2002, 12:00 PM|
My Online Hobby Store
I know some of us at times, some, most of the time. Prefer to shop online, browse through different online Hobby stores. Screen shop for the best deals, for a good (in the pocket) prices. eliminating the trip to the LHS, and sales people. (at times don't know anything )
Where do you mostly shop, that you most prefer, who's got the lower price online?
|May 31, 2002, 12:13 PM|
Wow, thats a tough question. I have a long list of online stores that I use. Are you looking for something in particular? Some online sellers specialize in certain areas (batteries, gws items, servos, etc.).
|May 31, 2002, 12:24 PM|
Here are some I use on a regular basis. I've had good service from all of these:
Mike Blott (aka RC Guy, aka Frankenfoamy)
Northeast Sailplane Products
New Creations R/C
E Cubed RC
Micro RC Flyer
Don't spend too much. Save a little for food
|May 31, 2002, 01:07 PM|
WOW!! sgil2001, That is a long list
I found servos that are also cheap. No, I'm not looking for anything, as of yet, but soon. This would be a great reference thread, as well, as informative.
|May 31, 2002, 01:14 PM|
I do most of my shopping online. I have placed MANY orders over the last year and a half and haven't had any problems. I like to be able to shop from my home computer at 11pm. I try to purchase things from the LHS when possible, but they just don't have everything I need.
|May 31, 2002, 02:56 PM|
MY list would also look like the Who's Who of R/C Websites my R/C stores list takes up the whole screen.I try to spread my money around would be nice if there was one site that had it all but not found one yet?
|May 31, 2002, 04:02 PM|
Tony at www.eflightpacks.com has been a great help in figuring out the best battery packs for my machines. (He had my Pixie 7P ESC too.) Great prices. Rating: 1000%
Sal at www.nesail.com has an incredible selection of hot flyin machines and has been available for questions when I had them. My Lil Luscomb was born there. I think Sal has everything you would ever want at one store. Rating: 1000%
And Jeffery at www.jgrc.biz has been fantastic helping me configure my ParkHawk. I didn't want a stock machine, and what he helped me put together is awesome. He had the right servos and all kinds of other necessary stuff too. Rating: 1000%
I am verrrrry happy with these three guys. Rating: 3000%
|Jun 03, 2002, 04:59 PM|
United States, CO, Durango
Joined Sep 2001
I have been using mostly Web ordering since my big LHS is now gone. He did not have much e-flight stuff anyway. The next one is a 40 min drive north and they have a small contigency of e-flight stuff, but they snicker when you mention you fly electric.
So, I buy almost exclusivly online. I have used:
Never any problems....
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