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    Lightbulb Deal on Ridgeline "party lights"

    Once again I was searching for deals on gear and found the 12 ft. ridgeline party lights.

    http://www.dxsoul.com/product/30-led...6#.V1ojhYS_GLE
    Last edited by ecologito; 06-10-2016 at 13:34.
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    I would bet that 99.9999999% of people on this forum would much rather pay a few bucks more and buy Dutchware. Dutch brings so much value to our hobby through his great products and very informative and humorous videos. He sells very high quality, unique gear at a great price and stands behind his business. My money goes to our cottage vendors who support and educate me like Dutch.


    Quote Originally Posted by ecologito View Post
    Once again I was searching for deals on gear and found the 12 ft. ridgeline party lights for less than half of what dutchwear sells theirs.

    http://www.dxsoul.com/product/30-led...6#.V1ojhYS_GLE

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    Never hurts to have more resources from which to order stuff from. thanks for the link.

    Dutch has gotten plenty of my $$$ over the years
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikej View Post
    I would bet that 99.9999999% of people on this forum would much rather pay a few bucks more and buy Dutchware. Dutch brings so much value to our hobby through his great products and very informative and humorous videos. He sells very high quality, unique gear at a great price and stands behind his business. My money goes to our cottage vendors who support and educate me like Dutch.
    I wish I could have articulated this as eloquently. Dutch is the man, the myth, the legend around here. His prices are more than fair and shipping is down right inexpensive compared to many these days.

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    Price isn't everything. Dutch's service and support are tops. He will continue to get my business.

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    All true, but if someone runs out, its good to know of other options.
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    True Perrito!

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    Personally I tend to go 80/20: I get 80% of my gear from local or cottage vendors (can't really call warbonnet "local" from Europe) but for the cheap stuff I like DX or banggood...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner76 View Post
    ... Dutch has gotten plenty of my $$$ over the years
    Me too and I'm sure he'll get more.
    To the OP: Thanks for bringing bargains you find to our attention but please do try to avoid price comparisons when you post them. I think it would have been better had you just posted the price you found.

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    They want $10 to ship 1 set. When I add in shipping, Dutch is cheaper. Now if you buy more than 1 set, yes this site is cheaper than dutch and increasingly so as you add more.

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