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Old 01-04-2007, 09:22 PM   #1
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I have seen discussions in the past on the best (cheapest) place to buy Addi Turbo circular needles. I am now ready to purchase some and am looking for the best price. Can anyone help me with this?
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Old 01-04-2007, 11:17 PM   #2
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Ebay seems to have the best prices.

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this is jeff. sometimes he takes a while to get the needles to you, but as far as i know hes never actualy ripped someone off, just slow. doesnt speak much english either. you can not beat these prices, though!
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Check out the Knitpicks Options first. Breaks down cheaper than Addi's, and an interchangeable set is much more versatile than a bunch of fixed circular needles.

You can even order a tip set and cable set and try them out before investing in the whole set. That's what I did.

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Thanks for the tips. "Jeff" was the name I'd heard discussed in the past. I will check out the Knit Picks Options. Thank you.
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Just so you know, I currently have a paypal dispute filed with that ebay seller for non-receipt. He hasnt responded to any of my emails or the ebay or paypal dispute. Read his feedback before you order. There is actually another seller, labrador something that I read about on another board. You buy in sets, you pick the sizes, and it works out cheaper. Ships from UK.
Also check out Options needles at Knitpicks.
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