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    cyberweld?

    Is cyberweld a reputable dealer for online purchases? I would go to a LWS but the closest one is a 3 hour one way trip. I really don't like dealing with them I've had a few less than desirable experiences with them. So I've decided to take my money else ware.
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    Cyberweld is my go-to place, unless I need CK parts. For those I use arc-zone.

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    excellant price and service from cyberweld.

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    Check out welders supply company of wisconsin just as good prices as cyber weld and free shipping to lower 48 states on orders over $300 bought from them

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    +1 for welding supply

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    I've bought from cyber weld a few times. Good prices on good merch.

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    cyberweld is a good place to deal with and free shipping on most orders over $35
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    Re: cyberweld?

    Never had a single problem with them.
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    Re: cyberweld?

    WELDERS SUPPLY in Wisconsin, my local supplier. Check out prices and call them. They may match it.
    http://www.weldersupply.com/

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    Cyberweld is good, but Bakersgas.com is BETTER with their prices.
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    Re: cyberweld?

    Ordered two x from cyberweld. First time it took them a week to process and ship my order. Second the entire order was back-ordered for 2 weeks.

    I do a lot of online ordering and cyberweld does NOT meet MY expetations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trophyman View Post
    Ordered two x from cyberweld. First time it took them a week to process and ship my order. Second the entire order was back-ordered for 2 weeks.

    I do a lot of online ordering and cyberweld does NOT meet MY expetations.
    Your experience is far from the norm. Give them another try some time.

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    i do all my orders from cyberweld, been great to deal with, going to order from welder supply next only cause they dont have hypertherm at cyberweld.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperArc View Post
    Cyberweld is good, but Bakersgas.com is BETTER with their prices.
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    Def a good place i shop there when i need things

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    Re: cyberweld?

    Never had a problem with cyberweld. I've ordered many times from them. However, cheaper prices can be found elsewhere on a lot of the merchandise they have. But they are relatively close to me so stuff gets here in two days. If I order stuff out of the midwest it may take a week or two to get here. Just depends on whether I can wait or not, if I can I'll wait and pay less.

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    I use welding supply,cyberweld, and arc-zone. I like options.
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    arc zone blows. WeldFabulous.com is a CK dealer and their prices are waaaaaay better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeGyver View Post
    arc zone blows. WeldFabulous.com is a CK dealer and their prices are waaaaaay better.
    Thanks for the tip! A day or two shorter shipping too from the look of it.

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    Re: cyberweld?

    Is Cyber Weld and some of these other companies purely Internet sales? Do they stock these products or just ship them from the manufacture?

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    Re: cyberweld?

    Some are internet only (low overhead), some are brick and mortar as well like Indiana Oxygen Co.

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    Re: cyberweld?

    Just wondering. Some manufacturers are suspending drop ships from their plants direct to the end user if they are over a certain distance from the distributor that made the sale.

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    Re: cyberweld?

    Some brick-and-mortar stores you may find selling on the net:

    Cyberweld is the Internet arm of J.W. Goodliffe & Son.. The company started in 1938 and is located in Linden.

    Indiana Oxygen Co. started in 1915.

    EWS Welding / www.WeldingSupply.com dates from 1950.

    Wisconsin Welder Supply Company (http://www.weldersupply.com/) - 1938

    Sutton-Garten Co. dates to about 1915.

    Scott-Gross Company - 1949

    BR Welding since 1985 http://www.brweldingsupplies.com/ and http://www.brwelder.com/

    Baker's Gas and Welding was founded in 1936 http://www.bakersgas.com

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    Re: cyberweld?

    All these good comments about Cyberweld.

    So we need some new Miller Classic cape sleeves and Cyberweld has them on their website. So we pulls out the debit card, call the toll free number and prepare to place the order. The lady says what price are they? We says they are $17 and some change, and we want 2. She says no way, the price is $5 higher than online, and shipping with no tracking #. What, says I? She says that price and free shipping with tracking # is only if you order yourself online. We says we don't place credit/debit card info online for security reasons. She says too bad. I says why do you place your toll free # at the top of the page? Then she says she will walk us through it. Forget it says we.

    So I caved in and ordered it myself and used the PayPal option, but never again. I like personal service, but to be penalized for wanting to order over the phone is bull pucky.
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