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 Post subject: New puzzle shop
PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 4:57 am 
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Hello to everyone,

As a new member of twistypuzzles (man, why didn´t I join in earlier?!), I just wanted to let you know that you are welcome to visit my website. we sell mainly "standard puzzles" - not those fantastic ones by tony fisher or so .

I am also interested in finding new traders and items to make them available for everyone.

So far, happy christmas to all puzzlers
Yours, Michael


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 9:51 pm 
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whats the link?

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Scott Bedard wrote:
whats the link?


Hello are you there? Just hit his www icon unless it is something else.


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hah, wow... i feel stupid

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Scott Bedard wrote:
hah, wow... i feel stupid


Always glad to help you out there. :D :) 8-) :wink:


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Scott Bedard wrote:
hah, wow... i feel stupid



hey nobody is stupid ;-) I just should have typed the link down, would be easier!

home is http://www.cubikon.de

for you it is more comfortable to click this
http://www.cubikon.de/index.php?currenc ... anguage=en

In fact, the shop is not new but widely unknown to U.S. citizens. Nevertheless, I bought plenty items to Americans all over the years via eBay (my name there is cubikon as well, formally known as *rubikfan*) and this cubikon-shop.
No surprise I guess: It is an important interest of mine to make the shop known in the States. So, if you have any suggestions to make the shop more comfortable to you, please just let me know.
...besides less shipping fees ;-) which is the only "barrier" between us... if there is any...

Yours, Michael


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Hey, are your 2x2's eastsheens?!?


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cuben00b wrote:
Hey, are your 2x2's eastsheens?!?


Hello cuben00b

Yes they are. I suppose you are wondering because of the size? These are the little ones:
http://www.cubikon.de/product_info.php? ... anguage=en

Like the "2x2x2-cubies" in the double/triple/quadruple-versions from Eastsheen. They also produce bigger, regular 2x2x2´s I haven´t offered so far. Do you think they are they better? Probably more handy for "big fingers"?
In the future (2-3 weeks), you can find Rubik´s Original 2x2x2 on my website as well.
If interested in any, please do not hesitate to write me...

Michael


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 4:35 pm 
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new puzzles in michael web :wink:

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juanan wrote:
new puzzles in michael web :wink:




that´s true juanan :-)) we now also sell Cube21, Megaminx (soon available again), Original 2x2, Cmetrick Classic, Mini, Too, Too Hard, ...

cheers michael
http://www.cubikon.de/index.php?currenc ... anguage=en


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Ciao Michael!! Welcome back! I bought my first items by your great shop!
To all members: CUBIKON IS REALLY A GREAT SHOP AND MICHAEL IS A HONEST AND ALWAYS KIND SELLER, ALL THE PRODUCTS ARE EXCELLENT QUALITY!
PS. Do you remember me Michael? Fabio from Italy... :P :lol:


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wow you are selling the square-1? how meny do you have on hand? I don't
really like bidding on ebay but I buy from there.

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Italrubik wrote:
Ciao Michael!! Welcome back! I bought my first items by your great shop!
To all members: CUBIKON IS REALLY A GREAT SHOP AND MICHAEL IS A HONEST AND ALWAYS KIND SELLER, ALL THE PRODUCTS ARE EXCELLENT QUALITY!
PS. Do you remember me Michael? Fabio from Italy... :P :lol:


Ciao Fabio!! Sure I do remember you... man, this must be years(!) ago, right? At that time I was a one man seller, nowadays my father supports me, because there are too many orders :)
Glad to here you are content with our service, thank you :P greetings to Italy

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Myke wrote:
wow you are selling the square-1? how meny do you have on hand? I don't
really like bidding on ebay but I buy from there.


Hello Myke, sure I do offer Square-1. In fact, mine is called Cube 21, but it´s the same puzzle. And it is really the best quality (not the cheep one that is available at this time, too). Just have a look at my shop http://www.cubikon.de or eBay (search for cubikon as a seller, I do have a shop there too, category "INTERNATIONAL").
regards, michael

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2007 4:16 pm 
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Do you intend on selling DIY kits as well? The Rubiks.com website has been out of stock for some time now and I've been itching to get my hands on another DIY cube.


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