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rogueqd
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Aussie parts store

Post by rogueqd » 28 Dec 2010, 09:42

I ordered a new central cross through the Aussie parts store, thought I'd give hem a go.
I saw the phone number on the web page was a Sydney number, so I went for registered post rather then FedEx to save a few dollars. It turns out that the number gets routed to the UK and the registered post item is sent from Singapore. So I'd stick with FedEx if you're ordering from there.

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Post by BrundleFly » 08 Apr 2011, 14:19

Yeah, I got stiffed by this, too... I wanted motors, he said they'd be four days after he got them. Six working days after I was told they'd come into Australia, they still hadn't arrived and noone was answering my queries. Stick to Amazon and main Parrot site, I say.

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Post by droneparts_de » 08 Apr 2011, 15:12

Maybe we should try to test how long it takes from Germany to Australia. Would love to ship spare- and tuning parts from my shop http://www.droneparts.de" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; but I am really not sure about the delivery time;-)
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Re: Aussie parts store

Post by VicHardy » 23 Apr 2012, 15:32

LATE reply. But I've ordered from Germany, chainmail and plate armor (medieval reenactment) and takes about 2-3 weeks for that.

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Post by BeachFlyer » 16 Nov 2012, 21:56

VicHardy wrote:LATE reply. But I've ordered from Germany, chainmail and plate armor (medieval reenactment) and takes about 2-3 weeks for that.

I just bought several parts from ebGames online (they are not available in stores). Got them at fair prices and the online store shows availability and arrived post express in 3 days metro to metro (Melb to Syd)http://www.ardrone-flyers.com/forum/ima ... rgreen.gif

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Re: Aussie parts store

Post by BeachFlyer » 17 Nov 2012, 21:26

I just bought several parts from ebGames online (they are not available in stores). Got them at fair prices and the online store shows availability and arrived post express in 3 days metro to metro

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