|12-15-2007, 11:11 AM||#11|
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Me too -- I have ordered about a half dozen times with satisfaction.
One of the problems with the UH web site is that for many items the description is incomplete. You have to look at the pictures and figure it out yourself, which can be done in many but not all cases. I have not bothered to inquire to their support site (firstname.lastname@example.org) so I don't really know if full information is even available.
As for LiPo's, I haven't bought any and would not unless it were a name brand such as Polyquest (which they carry). My reasoning is simply that LiPo's can be very dangerous things so whay take a chance?
Here are some of the things I've got that have not only been good deals financially but have been good quality. 3 x HXT electric motors, 2 x OEMRC ESC's, 10Ga and 12Ga flexible silicone jacketed wire, Deans type connectors, and the list goes on
I did buy two items that turned out to be "not so hot", since my reading of the incomplete description and viewing the pictures let me down. These were some control horns that turned out to be larger than I could use but even those can be modified so won't be a loss in the long run. Look at them here: http://hobbycity.com/UNITEDHOBBIES/s...idProduct=4109
So all in all, I'm very satisfied with their product quality and service (orders generally take only about 3 weeks to arrive). But as I said, unles I want Polyquest, I won't buy LiPo's from them)
"The irony of the information age is that it has given new respectability to uninformed opinion".
(Veteran reporter John Lawton speaking to the American Association of Broadcast Journalists in 1995)
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