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  • On line welding supply store

    Thinking about buying a Miller Syncrowave 200 from Cyberweld (On line welding supply store) has any member had any trouble with this store.

    How do they ship the welders to you. I hope not UPS, they seem to be hard on everything.

  • #2
    I'm not one to buy a welding machine on line due to the return if something is wrong with it. I will take internet pricing into my local weld supplier and ask to match or beat it and he will if possible. If it's within 1 or 200 bucks it's worth it to me. Agood customer relationship with a local supplier is a good thing to have when you need help.

    I bought a plasma cutter and had the air selanoid go bad after 2 uses.I almost bought it on line and I'm glad I didn't.

    Just my 2 cents

    Mike
    MD Welding & Fabricating L.L.C.

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    • #3
      I ordered a Miller 210 from them, no problems and much cheaper. Came by truck freight with no problems. I like this outfit.

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      • #4
        I bought my hobart 110 welder from them and had no problems.

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        • #5
          Good prices and fast service. They are happy to answer any questions.

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          • #6
            No matter what company you go with and what shipping service they use, just remember to OPEN THE BOX and inspect the actual machine before signing for the shipment. The driver's JOB is to WAIT for you to do this.

            I had a Hobart arrive in a nice box. My buddy signed for it, and I probably would have, too. Turns out it had been dropped and the door and face were broken off. I was able to repair easily enough and it wasn't worth bothering anyone about. Only after knowing what happened could I see the evidence on the box where it had been dropped. (Yes, it was UPS, but that's really the first time it had ever happened to me.)
            Last edited by MAC702; 07-29-2006, 01:42 PM.

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            • #7
              Dhl

              In our area DHL is a lot worse about dropping stuff than anyone else..around here they really mess your things up.

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              • #8
                the guys at Cyberweld are super nice and fast service. thay have allways ben great to me.
                I know they ship straight from Miller to you. and have great prices

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                • #9
                  Ups

                  Yes,
                  UPs will bust up freight. I use to work for them and could not believe how rought they are on sh**. Any how hope this helps

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                  • #10
                    I only ship with Jam Pony. They are a little cavalier at times, but they have this really hot chick that works there. Cool tattoo on the back of her neck...

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                    • #11
                      MAC702, that was priceless, you must like those bad girl types.


                      ME TOO

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                      • #12
                        Well, just purchased a Miller Syncrowave 200 from the Cyberweld folks. The free shipping and the no sales tax was the hook....

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by fyoung
                          In our area DHL is a lot worse about dropping stuff than anyone else..around here they really mess your things up.
                          Yep, I've watched the DHL driver toss boxes from the street up onto my neighbor's porch - bounce off the wall and hit the floor and roll back to the railing...

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by PAToyota
                            Yep, I've watched the DHL driver toss boxes from the street up onto my neighbor's porch - bounce off the wall and hit the floor and roll back to the railing...
                            That would make a nice little MPEG if you kept your camera handy...

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                            • #15
                              syncrowave 180 or 200 runner?

                              Cyberweld does have good prices on everything I looked at. I'm gonna buy a ac/dc tig machine and cant decide to buy the syncrowave 180 or 200. The 180 is dirt cheap right now. Would love the Dynasty 200dx but it is pricey and an inverter machine. I've read the inverter machines some times burn boards which are expensive to replace. Anyway, which one should I buy?
                              I have never tiged before, and use my current lincoln 175 plus to slatter stuff, even been know to burn holes with it! I need practice I guess. For me this is just a new toy.

                              As for how to buy, do what I have always done, get the best online price like from Cyberweld, then ask your local dealer to match or beat it. This has always worked for me in the past. It does cost more cause I end up haveing to pay sales tax, but thats a small price to pay for local dealer support.

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