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Old 04-12-2012, 05:46 PM
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Hello,

How long does it take for the VRC 3NT USB to ship (from time it is processed on a Tuesday)? What type of shipping is used? (I am from the Philippines)

I ordered mine last weekend. Just wanted to have a time frame on when to expect it (if I have to wait for it to arrive directly at my house).

Or do people usually have to pick it up in customs or postal office?

Thanks in advance.

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Originally Posted by rccartips View Post
Hello,

How long does it take for the VRC 3NT USB to ship (from time it is processed on a Tuesday)? What type of shipping is used? (I am from the Philippines)

I ordered mine last weekend. Just wanted to have a time frame on when to expect it (if I have to wait for it to arrive directly at my house).

Or do people usually have to pick it up in customs or postal office?

Thanks in advance.

Joel
This not an official answer but I got mine in the mail after two weeks
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Originally Posted by @Art_Mighty View Post
This not an official answer but I got mine in the mail after two weeks
Same answer.

Did not have to deal with customs. Just came in to my mail box. This was a USA delivery.
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Thank you guys for sharing your experience.
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Just an update, got my USB adaptor around 3weeks after ordering. And here is my personal thoughts on VRC Pro after a few days of playing.

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I'm slightly confused between the
VRC-3 USB adaptor and the
VRC-3NT USB adaptor

The only differences I see is that the 3NT has a 16-bit micro processor; am I correct?

-Rudy
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Originally Posted by Deznuts05 View Post
I'm slightly confused between the
VRC-3 USB adaptor and the
VRC-3NT USB adaptor

The only differences I see is that the 3NT has a 16-bit micro processor; am I correct?

-Rudy
This is the difference,
3nt has faster response signal between the transmitter and receiver.
But I speak only for the 2.4GHz system.
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thanks!

is it that noticeable
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Originally Posted by Deznuts05 View Post
thanks!

is it that noticeable
I repeat for the systems 2.4GHz - yes noticeable.
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Does anyone have experience with the VRC-3NT and the cheap adapters available on eBay? I'd like to think that they're inferior in every way, but would like evidence to back it up.
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I would rather support the guys that are putting in the work to bring us this product. No point in supporting the guys that are knocking off a product. Who cares if its $3 cheaper.
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$3? More like $20. No matter, I bought the real deal anyway.
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The china one is $8, and I just bought the new one for around $10 with new subscription.
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Originally Posted by Outkast187 View Post
The china one is $8, and I just bought the new one for around $10 with new subscription.
Hey I love cheap chinees stuff ( nort really but u never know?) - got a link?
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