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Rayfoss or Dinodirect?

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Is Rayfoss or Dinodirect either a good web site to order from?
 

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Sorry to jack in this thread, but I'd like to know if anyone has problems with dino direct concerning checkout, i.e I'd like to pay with credit card, but when I do so, I get redirected to the shopping cart endlessly. A shame since their 500mW 445nm (1 left) is on sale for 74 Euros.


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[size=-3]To answer your question, I've heard that people are satisfied with Rayfoss, but I haven't heard much about Dino Direct.[/size]
 
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Did you follow this forum for the past months?

Sorry to jack in this thread, but I'd like to know if anyone has problems with dino direct concerning checkout, i.e I'd like to pay with credit card, but when I do so, I get redirected to the shopping cart endlessly. A shame since their 500mW 445nm (1 left) is on sale for 74 Euros.

To answer your question, I've heard that people are satisfied with Rayfoss, but I haven't heard much about Dino Direct.
 
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No, last time I checked, it would have been about half a month -_-;. I'll have to go through stuff then to catch up then. Apologies. Have I missed anything particularly important ?
 
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Rayfoss stands behind the power stated, and give a free warranty (3 months), lately some have gotten sub-par customer service and a few faulty lasers. But, they usually do what they can to remedy (new laser, repair, etc...) but they don't cover shipping.
Dino Direct can be hit and miss. Most of their lasers are cheap junk that isn't up to spec (power claimed) and isn't stable. But, some lasers are up to spec and stable, you could get lucky. It really seems like Luck with Dino Direct most of the time. They also will accept returns, but I have found that it is sort of a hassle with them, and they may not cover return shipping.
 

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Already threads on this subject.:tsk: Like in the other threads I vote A+ for Dino and C- for Rayfoss.
 

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If I'd have to choose between rayfoss and dino I'd definently choose rayfoss, however there are better cheap sites too like lazerer. Cheap and guaranteed to be up to spec (they test each laser individually before shipping and for just 2$ extra will include the test results with your order).
 




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