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Topic # 192269 4-Mar-2016 08:03
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Looking to buy some bicycle gear. Search shows up with good deals. Anyone with any experience with that website?

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  Reply # 1505793 4-Mar-2016 08:09
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I've used them a few times but years ago, all went well.  A friend gets stuff from them regularly, again no problems

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  Reply # 1505812 4-Mar-2016 09:04
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Used them over Christmas. Got a good deal, and no problems whatsoever.

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  Reply # 1505816 4-Mar-2016 09:14
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Looking to buy some bicycle gear. Search shows up with good deals. Anyone with any experience with that website?





They are not a NZ company (They are UK Based) so no protection under the CGA and you will have to pay import dutys/levys (if the amount is over ~$400 NZ) as it is shipped from overseas.


Any returns you will have to pay for Shipping (back to the UK)













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  Reply # 1505836 4-Mar-2016 09:47
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What Lennon said.  Great prices, amazing range.  Watch your GST threshold.  Always make sure you hit the free shipping level $100 from memory.  I use them often when preparing for upcoming maintenance as things like cassettes and chains are significantly cheaper.  If you need an item short notice (ie. this week) they are not a good option.


Have had 1 item go missing in the last 3 years, and they sent out another no questions asked (that was a postage issue).

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  Reply # 1505882 4-Mar-2016 11:14
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As the guys above have said, I have used them for a few things in the past (non-cycling related, such as Petzl headlamps) and the service has been fine from the UK.  Prompt and well-priced - especially if, as noted above, you reach the free shipping threshold. I wouldn't have any hesitation in using them again.

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  Reply # 1506209 4-Mar-2016 20:17
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THanks guys. Not so much the wallet tho

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