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By GBFans
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By Vincenzo330
#307586
Just wanted to leave some feedback for parksdesign on his recent run of dry-rub transfers. I purchased 3 sets (which is enough for 6 packs). I have not had a chance to apply any of the labels just yet but they look fantastic and they were packed extremely well.

I would have no problem recommending that someone purchase from parksdesign and I'm sure I'll be doing so again in the future.

Thanks!
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By cowbybill
#308176
Just got my Radivac meter in the mail. Well worth the price, it was really well packed, and I got it much quicker than I thought I would. I'd definitely buy items from Parksdesign agian. Now I just need to find a place that carries those batteries.
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By parksdesign
#308181
cowbybill wrote:Just got my Radivac meter in the mail. Well worth the price, it was really well packed, and I got it much quicker than I thought I would. I'd definitely buy items from Parksdesign agian. Now I just need to find a place that carries those batteries.

Check the sale thread for those...if it's still around. I posted a link to batteries for it.
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By Vincenzo330
#308182
I have to tell you, we were just discussing this in chat, with absolute respect due to namebrand and PVJ for the dry-rubs that they were producing, yours adhere much better. Whoever you have manufacturing these must be using a stronger adhesive.

I want to stress again that in no way do I mean any disrespect to namebrand or PeterVenkmanJedi, but you have definitely upped the bar with these.
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By parksdesign
#308213
Vincenzo330 wrote:I have to tell you, we were just discussing this in chat, with absolute respect due to namebrand and PVJ for the dry-rubs that they were producing, yours adhere much better. Whoever you have manufacturing these must be using a stronger adhesive.

I want to stress again that in no way do I mean any disrespect to namebrand or PeterVenkmanJedi, but you have definitely upped the bar with these.


Thanks very much. I'm glad you're satisfied. Frankly, I was nervous.

I'm not trying to step on any toes either. I give loads of credit to Namebrand (and also to Valentino_42).

They are produced by a local printer in the little city of Chattanooga, TN where I live. They're my secret weapon. :cool:

Just be aware. They will rub off and they will tear. Just like on the screen used props and just like any other decals. I recommend a clear coat over them if you want real longevity out of them.
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By parksdesign
#308215
FunkPunkTwang wrote:I'm with Vince, these are amazing. they apply GREAT. I've never done it before and was really nervous but it ended up being a breeze. NOTE: Thats my old trigger box with my old transfers on it.

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I put mine on and they went on easy too. Glad you're all happy with them!
By MRblahface
#308229
I bought a Radiac Meter from parksdesign and I just wanted to say, WOW THAT WAS FAST! I sent payment the 7th and got it today. Wow i thought it would taken longer. The meter was packed well and all that. Thanks! Good seller and good communication.

Pros
fast
good communication.
packed well.
cons:
nothing
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By julz
#309332
Hookeeee

Feedback part A ;)

package arrived very quickly in NZ after the seller confirmed my details. The transfers were well packaged..In fact id say over kill on packaging/wrapping....but thats a good thing in my books ;)
The transfers look fantastic..I'll let you know what I think of them after applying but that's a little ways off, but after reading Vince's feedback I think i'm in good hands ;)

Roll on the trap and pack transfers!
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By Tyger Cheex
#309917
Moved from the "for sale" thread at Brian's request:

OUCH!!!!

My transfers arrived today but the cost has really taken the wind out of my sails!

Firstly let me say that they are AWESOME! The quality if fantastic and I cant say a bad word about them! Thanks for doing these!

But the postage... well... I genuinely think it's a hugely overkill!

I mean, they would have been much better and much cheaper had then been sent in a reinforced envelope like the type used to post photos. Then it could have just been posted as a normal letter!

Another kick in the teeth came from her Majesty's Customs who decided they wanted another £12 (approx $27) just to receive them:

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All told, these rubs have cost me a not insignificant £40 (almost $65!!!)

If I were you, in future mark them as a "gift" as anything less than $65 that is marked as a "gift" doesn't have import duty applied to it!

They are awesome though! ;)

I just want to add that Brian is a pleasure to deal with and it's just unfortunate that I got shafted on the customs charges!
By The Stiff
#310907
Tyger Cheex wrote:If I were you, in future mark them as a "gift" as anything less than $65 that is marked as a "gift" doesn't have import duty applied to it!
But they weren't a "gift." You paid him for them.
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By parksdesign
#311411
Tyger Cheex wrote:Moved from the "for sale" thread at Brian's request:

OUCH!!!!

My transfers arrived today but the cost has really taken the wind out of my sails!

Firstly let me say that they are AWESOME! The quality if fantastic and I cant say a bad word about them! Thanks for doing these!

But the postage... well... I genuinely think it's a hugely overkill!

I mean, they would have been much better and much cheaper had then been sent in a reinforced envelope like the type used to post photos. Then it could have just been posted as a normal letter!

Another kick in the teeth came from her Majesty's Customs who decided they wanted another £12 (approx $27) just to receive them:

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All told, these rubs have cost me a not insignificant £40 (almost $65!!!)

If I were you, in future mark them as a "gift" as anything less than $65 that is marked as a "gift" doesn't have import duty applied to it!

They are awesome though! ;)

I just want to add that Brian is a pleasure to deal with and it's just unfortunate that I got shafted on the customs charges!
Tyger, I think what I'm going to have to say, is that sometimes, shit happens, someone has to deal with it, and who ya gonna call?

(couldn't help myself)
By The Stiff
#311422
I just got mine yesterday! Took a little long, but that's the postal system sometimes.

They look great, were packed well, and will be an excellent addition to my build, whenever I get around to it! :D
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By parksdesign
#311426
The Stiff wrote:I just got mine yesterday! Took a little long, but that's the postal system sometimes.

They look great, were packed well, and will be an excellent addition to my build, whenever I get around to it! :D

Glad you like them.

Yeah, shipping to Canada is unpredictable.

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