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Barry_Cole
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Modelfixings

Post by Barry_Cole » 25 Apr 2016, 18:05

Normally first class, but they just short changed me on some bearings. Now I cannot get a reply from them.

Anyone dealt with them recently.

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Re: Modelfixings

Post by geoff_crew » 25 Apr 2016, 20:14

Yes Barry,
I bought some bits from them about 10 days ago and they were short on some screws (sent a pack of 10 instead of the 25 that I ordered) but when I phoned them they said no problem and sent me the balance the next day. Impressive service I thought. Just hope you get sorted.

Geoff :|
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Barry Atkinson
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Re: Modelfixings

Post by Barry Atkinson » 25 Apr 2016, 21:41

Hi Barry

Yes, bought a fair amount of stuff just recently. Have dealt with them for ages and they've always been very good!
I'm sure you'll get sorted..

Barry A

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Re: Modelfixings

Post by Barry_Cole » 26 Apr 2016, 12:43

Problem now all sorted...

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Ray Watts
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Re: Modelfixings

Post by Ray Watts » 06 Mar 2018, 18:43

I've used Modelfixings twice in the last month. Both orders arrived in 2 days and with the first order there was a mix up on the epoxy resin that I ordered from them. I ordered 24hr and they supplied 5 minute. When I emailed them, they replied apologising, saying that means that someone else had the opposite swap as well, but there was no problem, they would send out a replacement next day and I was to keep what I had as well. Sure enough the correct epoxy arrived next day. Can't fault the service provided and their range of screws and bearings, etc is well worth a look, especially their socket cap servo screws in 2 length and 1 larger size which work out as a very good deal if bought as a pack.

Ray
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Re: Modelfixings

Post by Trevor » 06 Mar 2018, 21:50

I’ve used ModelFixings on and off for many years and always had prompt and fuss-free service. Highly recommended.

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Andrew Ray
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Re: Modelfixings

Post by Andrew Ray » 26 Feb 2019, 09:26

I recently tried to find replacement servo arm screws for the JR/Spektrum range of servos with nylon gears such as the old faithful JR591. I wanted the longer screws that are recommended for the cheaper digital servos (DS821), reason being I wanted to standardise on the longer screw so I wouldn't get mixed up. Modelfixings didn't have any screws as each manufacturer uses slightly different sizes that appear to be non-standard, so they asked me to send a screw as a pattern. They could not find an exact match but found one that was very close, they sent me a sample packet FOC for my trouble, the screws fitted perfectly.

I have used Modelfixings many times in the past and have always been highly delighted with their service.

Thank you Modelfixings.

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