3d printer @ gearbest flash sale £125.06 free delivery
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3d printer @ gearbest flash sale £125.06 free delivery

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Found 8th Dec 2016
reduced from £303 to £125.06 free delivery 10-20 days Eu plug cheapest 3d printer I've found by far
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not a glitch

Flash Sale Price £125.06
Lol
ando

not a glitchFlash Sale Price £125.06


It really annoys me inside when people on this site use the word glitch to describe a deal. its beyond stupid
Frosty
smudge92

It really annoys me inside when people on this site use the word glitch … It really annoys me inside when people on this site use the word glitch to describe a deal. its beyond stupid


agreed
If someone buys one, would you mind printing me a printer?
price is now £155.99
Original Poster
louiseb88

price is now £155.99



​still £125.06 when added to cart
smudge92

It really annoys me inside when people on this site use the word glitch … It really annoys me inside when people on this site use the word glitch to describe a deal. its beyond stupid


Annoys me too. Shows a lack of understanding of the English language.
Sambat

Annoys me too. Shows a lack of understanding of the English language.


jeez, stop being so glitchy
JC2MULTIPLAYER000

jeez, stop being so glitchy



....and twitchy and bitchy.
its really annoys me inside and outside when someone feels they have to comment on something that has absolutely nothing to do with the deal. Oops
louiseb88

price is now £155.99


Its 155.99 dollars which is around 125 pounds when converted
excellent price been looking for one of these just to rub it in the face of a mate that bought a magazine with a different peice for one every month must of cost him double the price of buying one lol
Must not but... Must not buy.. Gaaaaaahhh
Ordered - don't forget that you need the filament too!
FireStarter51

Must not but... Must not buy.. Gaaaaaahhh


Help me! Help me! I am like the moth to the expensive gadget flame(deer)!
It's been this price for a while. Bought one 6 weeks ago for the same price. Great printer and quality of prints for the money. Before you buy, check out the Facebook group dedicated to this printer which will give you an idea of how rewarding yet temperamental other users find it.
I've had one of these since the summer. Getting it going is tricky, but it works well.
Hmm - Do I need another 3d printer ? My reprap is a few years old and has max build volume of 14cm ... this is 24cm
zx636r

....and twitchy and bitchy.


stop naming reindeer.
Is Custom import taxes payable??
Banned
Dangerous wiring (middle green plug), even in their promo shots:

http://des.gearbest.com/uploads/pdm-desc-pic/Electronic/image/2016/03/18/1458292353324332.jpg

N.B. There's a mixture of copper (the metal looking stuff) and the red coated cotton frayed.

Buyer beware: hackaday.com/201…re/


In addition this board has the stepper drivers hardwired, blow one and you're either going to have to be good at surface mount soldering, or you buy a new controller board.
Edited by: "Joe909090" 8th Dec 2016
Still not convinced with these are there any good free templates or is it still printing out pyramids and stuff?
That's not dangerous wiring. That is the heater block wire, its like covered in cotton and it's just frayed that's not copper exposed. If you get what I mean
Edited by: "Brettman123" 8th Dec 2016
Thingiverse free designs for 3d printing

Here is my design for a pikachu keychain I designed Pikachu keychain



Edited by: "Brettman123" 8th Dec 2016
Banned
Brettman123

That's not dangerous wiring. That is the heater block wire, its like … That's not dangerous wiring. That is the heater block wire, its like covered in cotton and it's just frayed that's not copper exposed. If you get what I mean



Zoom in, there's a mixture of copper (see left hand side of middle plug for example) and the coated cotton. The obvious give away is the shiney copper vs the red coated cotton.
Edited by: "Joe909090" 8th Dec 2016
Not a clue what you'd use these for just yet but for pure fun it looks good.
We have a 3D printer at work and its really useful and convenient when you have to design and knock up some one off pieces. But despite this i'm still unsure what I would use it for at home if I ever got one.
Human error would be a better description than glitch. All it takes is someone entering a wrong figure and bang a bargain only if they honour
Joe909090

Dangerous wiring (middle green plug), even in their promo shots:N.B. … Dangerous wiring (middle green plug), even in their promo shots:N.B. There's a mixture of copper (the metal looking stuff) and the red coated cotton frayed.Buyer beware: https://hackaday.com/2016/12/07/dont-leave-3d-printers-unattended-they-can-catch-fire/In addition this board has the stepper drivers hardwired, blow one and you're either going to have to be good at surface mount soldering, or you buy a new controller board.



There is a card slot on the motherboard as well so wasn't really designed to be used on this
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dannykerner1990

There is a card slot on the motherboard as well so wasn't really designed … There is a card slot on the motherboard as well so wasn't really designed to be used on this


Pretty much all 3D printer boards have a SD card slot of some kind, I've no idea what you're trying to tell us here.
custom duty etc? how much it Wil be after?
Original Poster
asadjani2016

custom duty etc? how much it Wil be after?



​£125 delivered
It says £60 delivery for me. Am i missing something?
Original Poster
jonny11857

It says £60 delivery for me. Am i missing something?



​there were 3 delivery options for me the free one take 10-20 days or the express one is £50 odd quid
Original Poster
cullies

Is Custom import taxes payable??



​no its £125.06 delivered
£140for me :[
What worries me more would be the connectors at the bottom seems like its too easy to touch the springs that hold the wires in as they are not covered at all. If buying please make sure you know about electric and don't think of it as a toy.
seems if you change to u.s. plug it comes up cheaper. eu plug £140 ...us plug £125

Edited by: "simonbrowne" 8th Dec 2016
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