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Member postings for Garbo

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Thread: Hobbyking Giant P-51 Mustang Unboxing Video
17/12/2012 20:14:38

Hobbyking Giant P-51 Mustang (Dulux Edition)

Thread: Not models but the real thing...
17/12/2012 08:37:35

cant help thinking Keflavik's runway was built in the wrong placewink 2

Actually the wing flex on the Boing is incredible

Edited By Garbo on 17/12/2012 08:40:19

Thread: Hobbyking Foamie Hurricane
15/12/2012 11:12:35

Phew what a releif! I'll print out this thread for the F4c judges when I bring mine to the nationals next year.

Thread: The 'share your photos' thread (not model flying)
14/12/2012 20:28:08


Thread: DB Auster Kit
14/12/2012 05:47:01

Eric are you talking about a new kit of an old one. the most recent DB kits are lazer cut making for more accurate easier to build models. Having not flown the Auster I won't comment on that but DB are renowned for great flying models

Thread: Hobby King Spitfire (48")
13/12/2012 21:18:07

When I log on the price is about £100 delivered from the NL warehouse and £102.50 delivered from the Hong Kong warehouse.

And there is no Russian roulette with the customs from NL

I suspect the UK price will be within the ballpark of the above, dearer base price, cheaper shipping.

13/12/2012 19:59:00

If you cant wait its in the Dutch warehouse with a quick enough turnaround to have it for turkey day


Thread: Holy Frankincense and Myrrh
11/12/2012 20:43:15

sorry thought the cut off was 500, thats why I reduced it to 500

Thread: Hobbyking orders
11/12/2012 20:00:32

Starry its not a a 6 quid charge its slightly less than 3% which for my normal £20 order is about 58p

Thread: Holy Frankincense and Myrrh
11/12/2012 19:54:56

Edited By Chris Bott - Moderator on 11/12/2012 20:17:59

Thread: Hobbyking orders
11/12/2012 18:16:54

I think the charge is made very clear

fireshot screen capture #003 - hobbyking rc plane, car, heli, boat and multirotor hobby store - www_hobbyking_com_hobbyking_store_uh_checkoutofflineshipment_asp.jpg

Thread: The 'share your photos' thread (not model flying)
10/12/2012 21:34:54



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Thread: Hobbyking orders
10/12/2012 21:18:52

I never bite off my nose to spite my facecrook

Thread: Hobbyking Foamie Hurricane
09/12/2012 21:40:27

Yea max out the ATV's or whatever Spektrum call them

Thread: A1 Skyraider by BlitRCzWorks / Max Thrust
09/12/2012 08:39:21
Posted by Dylan Reynolds on 08/12/2012 22:33:07:

LOL do you live on HK site Garbo?smile p

Actually I did see that the day after I ordered mine through my LMS lol

Dylan I suffered something similar ages ago and now always shop around. HK seem to be the most active supplier/manufacturer out there, and yea I have spent many an hour salivating on it.

Thread: Cranfield A1
08/12/2012 21:03:25

Yea I remember when it came out in the eighties, PFM models? Unlikely to be able to get spares.

Edited By Garbo on 08/12/2012 21:04:40

Thread: A1 Skyraider by BlitRCzWorks / Max Thrust
08/12/2012 20:50:40

Oh only saw the OP date a bit late but its here for a hundred quid less than the other shops.

Thread: Durafly EDF Vampire
08/12/2012 13:42:14

Oh I wish I used those DSM receivers, the garage is full of planes and my Futaba gear is no where near as good at recycling models

Thread: Funjet / Radjet comparison
08/12/2012 09:51:27

Sorry Phil there were no replies and I eat the prize. The answer actually was.............

Edited By Garbo on 08/12/2012 09:51:58

Edited By Garbo on 08/12/2012 09:53:02

Thread: Durafly 'Autogyro G' PNP
08/12/2012 09:43:47

Thats interesting as I dont think its available from the UK warehouse.

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