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Bricklink Seller Review - technix4u

Sometimes I like to pit sellers against each other. Without their knowledge of course. Kind of like when you're surreptitiously racing another customer at a self-checkout to see who can bag their own groceries the fastest. I always win. Easy to do with one LEGO set. A for the Bricklink sellers, one ends up a joy and the other ends up being an eventual joy. As long as LEGO keeps getting into my house I'm pleased.

Seller: technix4u
Feedback (at time of writing): 1582
Feedback Ratio: 99.87% positive (two neutrals ever)
Location: Netherlands, Gelderland
Prices: Average or less

My Order
Order Size: 178 items, 32 lot
Condition: 62% New
Shipping Charge: Typical at cost Dutch rate
Other: adds 1 for orders under 25, requires more expensive track and trace for orders over 25. Pro-tip, make your order exactly 25.
Final Cost per Part: $0.20

Order Date: Jan 29
Invoice Date: Jan 31
Payment Date: Jan 31
Shipping Date: Feb 1
Delivery Date: Feb 14

Order Details
Why this store: Lots of pieces to complete some well cared for older sets.
Packaging: Packed very intentionally with baggies taped together to avoid shifting in transit all in a bubble mailer
Communication: helpful
Feedback left: Positive
Odd telltale signs: none
Issues: none

Surprisingly I bought no Technic from this self styled store. Despite the fact that nearly a quarter of the parts are in the Technic category. Bricks, plates, and slopes also make up another gargantuan chunk. The shipping is not as fast as other stores and the extra Euro charge or T&T on overseas orders is not as friendly as other stores but it all worked out.

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