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Old 04-22-2007, 07:37 AM
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Originally Posted by xscape
where is this office? near to which MTR?

RCMart seems to be like quite out of the town area. hai.....
RCmart do not have a retail store. Write to them first with your items as found on the store and ask if you can self-collect. It is hard to find because it is a office block.

The items at Kwong Wah is about the same price, try Harmony by emailing the items you want and then collect from them.

3PKS is about HKD1750, but their DSM modules, either Spektrum or Futaba own is still expensive in these stores. I dunno why.
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Old 04-22-2007, 05:16 PM
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for those interested, just to confirm, i have already bought 3pks (pcm) and its is really price at HK$1750. its damn cheap.
but that guy(think owner) quite sucky.

i bought nearly around S$800 items from them and there is this another guy at the cashier asking him(max) whether wanna give discount for me, max said no need. they thought i dont know canto. well, i just keep quiet.

up to u guys to explore......

but there is another guy at the action hobby. his name is Andy Lam. he is good and friendly and his voice abit like Aaron kwok. hahha....
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Originally Posted by xscape
for those interested, just to confirm, i have already bought 3pks (pcm) and its is really price at HK$1750. its damn cheap.
but that guy(think owner) quite sucky.

i bought nearly around S$800 items from them and there is this another guy at the cashier asking him(max) whether wanna give discount for me, max said no need. they thought i dont know canto. well, i just keep quiet.

up to u guys to explore......

but there is another guy at the action hobby. his name is Andy Lam. he is good and friendly and his voice abit like Aaron kwok. hahha....
what's the name of the store that you bought your 3PKS from
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Originally Posted by xscape
for those interested, just to confirm, i have already bought 3pks (pcm) and its is really price at HK$1750. its damn cheap.
but that guy(think owner) quite sucky.

i bought nearly around S$800 items from them and there is this another guy at the cashier asking him(max) whether wanna give discount for me, max said no need. they thought i dont know canto. well, i just keep quiet.

up to u guys to explore......

but there is another guy at the action hobby. his name is Andy Lam. he is good and friendly and his voice abit like Aaron kwok. hahha....
Rcmodel's pricing is a bit stiff. next time you should got to andy lam shop, friendly staff and knowledgeable and prices are super competitive.
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Originally Posted by alana07
Rcmodel's pricing is a bit stiff. next time you should got to andy lam shop, friendly staff and knowledgeable and prices are super competitive.
Yes, Rcmodel's pricing is stiff, with a good collection of parts and accessory.

Well, my personal experience is that friendly is not the atmosphere of Andy's shop, except you show your deep pocket the moment you enter his shop. Besides, his small shop always fills with his friends and there's no rooms for normal customers. The regular price for regular customer is not attractive, while the price for "friends" is quite competitive. If you buy lots of stuff and know the market price, then Andy's shop maybe a good place to bargain.
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Originally Posted by xscape
for those interested, just to confirm, i have already bought 3pks (pcm) and its is really price at HK$1750. its damn cheap.
but that guy(think owner) quite sucky.

i bought nearly around S$800 items from them and there is this another guy at the cashier asking him(max) whether wanna give discount for me, max said no need. they thought i dont know canto. well, i just keep quiet.

up to u guys to explore......

but there is another guy at the action hobby. his name is Andy Lam. he is good and friendly and his voice abit like Aaron kwok. hahha....


the 3pks... just the tx??? does it come with any receiver??

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Originally Posted by Wolf
Yes, Rcmodel's pricing is stiff, with a good collection of parts and accessory.

Well, my personal experience is that friendly is not the atmosphere of Andy's shop, except you show your deep pocket the moment you enter his shop. Besides, his small shop always fills with his friends and there's no rooms for normal customers. The regular price for regular customer is not attractive, while the price for "friends" is quite competitive. If you buy lots of stuff and know the market price, then Andy's shop maybe a good place to bargain.
i am not a regular there, perhaps visit his shop maybe once a year or every two years. but i have bought kits from them through friends who know nuts about r/c cars, and the price quoted is cheaper than other shops along the street, this is without bargaining yet. but then it depends on each individual though.
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I love racing in Shang Hai. The food is great, and the tracks are really fun. People there are so nice.
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that shop name is RC modeling.

and yes it comes with TX and RX..... am a happy man now with my things.
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so,... r u saying that HKD 1750 is the cheapest u can get in that area???

what about the andy lam's shop?
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Hi guys.. I may drop by to HK for a few days.. Any ideas which shop i should go for Tamiya chassis Kit mentioned above?? Can state ard the ranging of the price?? Thanks!!!
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Hey all, anyone now of a Hobby shop in Hong Kong that deals with X-Ray im looking to get one shipped over here and was wondering whether it would be cheaper or not? any help?
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Originally Posted by Tucker101
Hey all, anyone now of a Hobby shop in Hong Kong that deals with X-Ray im looking to get one shipped over here and was wondering whether it would be cheaper or not? any help?
XRAY what? T2?

I bought two T2's for roughly $400ea aus from Action Hobbies (Andy)... last year.

not bad compared to about $620 here in AUS!!! I also bought a heap of spares, and some HUDY tools.. great shop, lots of XRAY! I had a look at Andy's T2 while I was there, he says he loves it
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hi guys, i will be coming to hong kong at the end of the month. i would like to find out abt which shops would u guys recommend me to go? i know tt kwong wah street in mongkok seem to have the largest number of shops rite? any specific names tt i might be able to find a large collection of tamiyia and xray items? thanks.
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Old 05-17-2007, 11:51 AM
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Thanks guys! With this thread about where are the RC shops in mongkok,helped me a lot! Now im enjoying my new RC kit at a reasonable price. Thanks to rcm del shop for the very nice 350Z.
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