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  # 239759 28-Jul-2009 14:53
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Have purchased from Chinese manufacturers before. Got items to retail for $5 to $10 that others were retailing for $20+ for as low as 60c-$1.50 per item. But when you have to buy 5,000 of each SKU, with no mix and match, with no trial items, and no kind of recourse, it does get a bit hairy!







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  # 239822 28-Jul-2009 16:33
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www.dealextreme.com is a good place to start if you're after cheap toys.. I've purchased plenty from them and had no issues other than slow shipping at times (2-4 weeks).

As for other sites for cheap goods it depends exactly what you are after

 
 
 
 


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  # 239824 28-Jul-2009 16:50
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I'm looking for a mini-ITX 4-bay hot-swap Chenbro case that, so far, only can be found on US stores and eBay.




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  # 239826 28-Jul-2009 17:05
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I second DealExtreme. I've purchased a few things from them now with zero hassles. I ordered an iPhone charger from them a couple of weeks ago for around NZ$6.50 all up and it arrived within 5 calendar days.

I've just ordered an iPhone car cradle and car charger today for around NZ$12.00 all up. Can't beat that for value!

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  # 239828 28-Jul-2009 17:09
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Oh, and I've used these guys once too (Japan imports) to import an Onkyo sound card for my HTPC.  Seemed reliable and reasonably priced at the time.

http://www.audiocubes.com/
http://www.audiocubes2.com/index.php

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  # 250897 27-Aug-2009 08:31
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Can anyone help to research this company: Evergain Electronics Co Ltd. I'm trying to buy car stereo there and was interested how legit they are.
Thanks!

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  # 250900 27-Aug-2009 08:46
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Hi VVK. It's a good idea to pop over to the Introductions forum to say hi before posting here, just so we get to know the users a bit more.

Does Evergain Electronics have a website at all?




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  # 250907 27-Aug-2009 09:00
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Hi Magu! I wish i research the forum before posting, So, hi, to everybody :)
Seems like Evergain doesn't have the website. I found them thought alibaba search: http://www.alibaba.com/member/hk107211641.html.
Just got an email from them. They only accept western union... If i can pay with paypal, i wouldn't worry too much, but WU seems little to risky.
Any ideas?

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  # 250911 27-Aug-2009 09:08
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I would stay away from websites that only take Money Orders or Western Union.




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  # 250915 27-Aug-2009 09:13
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yea, i knew that. Thanks though...

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