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Old 04-20-2014, 05:43 AM   #1
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Anyone ever done business with Nova Hobby in Toronto? If so, are they reputable and trustworthy? Thanks. Gary
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Skip em. They sell over priced junk. All they carry are the aircraft, no batteries.
If you're determined to by from a Canadian retailer check out http://www.greathobbies.com
Very good selection. Prices are typical for a Canadian retailer but offer free shipping on orders over $100.

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I need two types of adapters---XT60 male to T female; XT60 male to EC3 female---and Nova is the only place I can find which has both in stock. That's the reason for my interest in Nova. Gary
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Buy the connectors and some wire... make the adapters. It usually saves a significant amount to make your own anyway.
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