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    Quote Originally Posted by 127 View Post
    Sad news if true.

    In Finnish cycling forum somebody said, that someone from On One has couple of weeks ago told him, that the bike will hardly be available this year and the price will about 1400 £.

    Well, maybe Brant can update and see if we are still on target for October as previously hinted. They have been very forthcoming with information here.

    From what I've seen they have been about a month behind predictions. I'm sure they are hesitant to do any firm dates until they have all the hardware in hand. That's why it's all speculation at this point.

    The tires were expected to show up in August. It's September and they have at least one. Could be hundreds, but I only saw a pic of one.

    I think they just finalized the geometry a couple of months ago.

    So maybe we are looking at November? The price target, geometry, and timing are huge decision makers for me.

    I really would prefer one of these over a 13 mukluk, but if it's next year, then it's down to who delivers first.

    To be honest I think they are doing a fantastic job. It's just that waiting is the hard part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 127 View Post
    Sad news if true.

    In Finnish cycling forum somebody said, that someone from On One has couple of weeks ago told him, that the bike will hardly be available this year and the price will about 1400 £.
    If it lands in December, I guess that it will hardly be available this year.
    We will offer one for £1400 I hope. With a Reverb.

    Basic model is planned and priced at £999

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    What about shipping? Are these shipping from the UK? Or are they manufactured somewhere else?

    If it is coming fromt he UK, how much will shipping be to middle america? I've never paid for overseas shipping before on a bike.

    I've also always bought from the LBS. Will this bike ship fully assembled? Or do we put it together? Partially assembled?


    thanks

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    We'll hopefully be able to supply from Uk or USA.

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    what about assembly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richulr View Post
    what about assembly?
    Mostly assembled. Needs to fit into a shippable box. Basically re-fit wheels, bar/stem, and make minor adjustments.
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    I think I can handle that.

    thanks for all the replies. The fact you guys are so willing to discuss your product makes the bike even more appealing.

    I've seen white and grey on the protos. Are those the final colors? The white looks awesome! I would kill for an orange one though.

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    looking at building a bike for her. she's 5'2" and the locally available Surlys seem too big. Smallest size offered by On One is expected to be???

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    Quote Originally Posted by richulr View Post
    I've seen white and grey on the protos. Are those the final colors? The white looks awesome! I would kill for an orange one though.
    Final colour hasn't been decided yet. Talk was it would be On-one classic White with black decals.

    Quote Originally Posted by easterntide View Post
    looking at building a bike for her. she's 5'2" and the locally available Surlys seem too big. Smallest size offered by On One is expected to be???
    Small is 15.5" c-t the seat tube brace is still there though so c-c is more like 13".

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaggyjohn View Post
    Small is 15.5" c-t the seat tube brace is still there though so c-c is more like 13".
    hmm. that'd more than work.
    link to photos? i haven't seen it yet.
    thanks!

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    I haven't got a good shot of a small. This is one though.


    Muddy Fatty by Shaggy John, on Flickr

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    Basic model at £999!!!

    I love you Brant!

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    is it going to be available as a frame only, If so how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnl1105 View Post
    is it going to be available as a frame only, If so how much?
    I would imagine we'll be selling frame only's. I'd sell my granny is she was still alive.

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    I'm sold, count me in.....

    As with everything else you produce, excellent price point.

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    Any chance of seeing one at the next Fatbike UK meet in October??

    I'm happy to pop by and pick it up if you have no one willing to attend

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    Can`t see that happening Druidh in case someone disses it, don`t want anyone spoiling the hype

    I would like to see one too even if it is apparantly marketed as "not a beach bike" er 95% of a UK fatbikes true potential!
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    would be nice to see them at fatbike events....we pretty much self advertise our own fatbikes to the public at these things!

    i dont have a single day on mine where people dont want to know about fatikes.

    these will sell out easy but doubt fatbikes will be popular for a few more year yet here in the UK....though lots of folk waiting to try them out.
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    Got a frame weight?

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    What's the wheelbase on a 20 inch?

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    looks nice

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    Which Rim ????? Looks not like any Surly rim. Perhaps On One production, but with holes ?

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    So what does this mean? We've already seen pictures of the tire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richulr View Post
    So what does this mean? We've already seen pictures of the tire.
    It's in the the link. They now have stock, but restricted to new builds at this stage.
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    Do you have a weight on the "floater" tire?

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    Guys, so what happened to October... - I am not in the UK the first 3 weeks of December.... can I reserve a XL in raw finish ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velobike View Post

    The white looks great.

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    Anymore tidbits on the £1400 version apart from the reverb? Drilled rims, carbon fork, XT, paint?

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    Error, sorry.

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    How do I proceed to be the first in France to buy one ?
    Snow is 2000m higher than my house actually but in two month everthings will be alright : snow will be there
    Do you think my new on one will be there too ?
    I hope !

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    Is that a hint of the bikes name?


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    Searching the web for information about the on one fat bike I found this picture :
    flickr.com/photos/7792762@N08/]Flickr:[/url] Shaggy John's Photostream
    This village is half an hour from my home. If I knew that a fat bike is so close I would go and have a look at it...

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    The URL of the picture is false because mtbr forum doesnt want me to post a message with an URL..

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    I take it this is the Piegut photo? I was out for the Trans Provence. Amazing trails out there! You are very lucky. No problems with the bike all week except 1 thorn puncture, 1 set brake pads worn out and one brake pad bolt lost. Not bad considering I was riding with people on 6" travel bikes :-)

    In an attempt to answer some questions:
    My bike may be at the We 3 Fat thingy this weekend. It has been at a lot of *normal* mountain bike events, we want people to try them.

    Rims in those pictures are the production ones but with holes. I've been on mine since July- seem bombproof.

    Wheelbase is ~115cm on my large.

    There is supposed to be a pre-order deal at some stage. Brant is in Taiwan at the moment but I'm sure he has some ideas.

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    Brant is in Taiwan in bed at moment :-)
    Complete spec and stuff online in next couple of weeks. Preorder offer too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaggyjohn View Post
    My bike may be at the We 3 Fat thingy this weekend.
    That would be great. Will we see the Floaters too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    Brant is in Taiwan in bed at moment :-)
    Complete spec and stuff online in next couple of weeks. Preorder offer too.
    Yessyesssyessyess!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hssp View Post
    Yessyesssyessyess!
    The same for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaggyjohn View Post
    In an attempt to answer some questions:
    My bike may be at the We 3 Fat thingy this weekend. It has been at a lot of *normal* mountain bike events, we want people to try them.
    Will you be at roc d'azur in Frejus ?
    Sandman made some buzz last year while riding the same fat bike in many races.

    Quote Originally Posted by shaggyjohn View Post
    Rims in those pictures are the production ones but with holes. I've been on mine since July- seem bombproof.
    That means no holes on the production bike ?. I love the look of rims with hole. No idea of the utility (or not)

    Quote Originally Posted by shaggyjohn View Post
    There is supposed to be a pre-order deal at some stage. Brant is in Taiwan at the moment but I'm sure he has some ideas.
    Will we be inform on this post for the preorder ?

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    Ditto! Want one bad. So for clarification, will the stock rims be drilled or solid?

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    Thanks for the pre-order offer on the cards!! Like it already! Can we have some markings on the inside of the rims so we know where to drill them Dread messing one up!!

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    pre-order - count me in too

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    Want want want! So I may have missed this somewhere in the thread, but any idea what the US pricing will be?

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    An encouraging sight



    (pic from Shedfire)
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    I feel like I'm 5 years old again, waiting to open Christmas presents. I can't hardly wait to get my hands on one of these!

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    Oktoberfest the race

    We borrowed this for the 8 hour race (team of 4) Charlie and me raced our Pugsleys.
    While Cab and Paul H used this. Considering neither had ridden it before it was brill, no mechanicals and we came 12th out of 31 in class.
    Really stable pretty light and as Cab put it, we wished we had a mirror fitted to see peoples faces as we passed them.......................
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    Headset:Fork looks, err, awkward....

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    I got a set of Floaters today. Weights were 1455g and 1444g. Haven't had a chance to try them yet as Flashes still has my bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by druidh View Post
    Headset:Fork looks, err, awkward....
    It's improved with a good packing of mud around it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by druidh View Post
    Headset:Fork looks, err, awkward....
    You can't see it when you're on the bike.

    Perhaps I have designed a degree of "future proofing" in eh ;-)

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    Any plans for rack mounts on the production frames?

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    Shame the floaters weigh so much 1250g would be on the money!

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    Depending on their weight vs. cost they may be a viable middle weight tire. Surly is costly, Vee Rubber/Origin8 are heavy, maybe Foaters will be not too heavy, but cost effective. One can only hope since I haven't seen a cost yet at all (has that been released yet?).

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    Now up for pre-order with full spec and geometry. On-One Fatty

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    That's it, "Fatty" ?
    I would have expected for them to come up with a more original name than that.

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    I like the wheel specification detail.

    Wheels: Fat

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    is the crankset singlepeed only or will it accept a granny ring?

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    F-yeah!

    Any more specs on the wheels? The rims look drilled - I thought I recalled something posted a while back stating they would be solid on the production bike?

    Any more info on exactly how limited the production run will be? I want one bad but need to sell off my fat front first!

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    They are lighter than my 120tpi Nates and will cost a bunch less.

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    By looking closely on one of the pictures on their website it seems possible that a granny ring can be fitted. Even thoough the spec on the site says "singlespeed chainset".

    Nice bike! Much awaited, heard some rumours of different specs being available a wee bit later this winter (carbon fork, other drive train etc etc). Still to be confirmed, I guess.

    Like the work these lads do. Hmm, where did my credit card go...

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    A bit of competition will hopefully bring the price, of fat tyres, down - good news all round!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BjornS View Post
    By looking closely on one of the pictures on their website it seems possible that a granny ring can be fitted.

    Nice bike! Much awaited, heard some rumours of different specs being available a wee bit later this winter (carbon fork, other drive train etc etc). Still to be confirmed, I guess.

    Like the work these lads do. Hmm, where did my credit card go...

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    my kona unit come stock with a FSA crankset that looks like any triple ring one except because it has the tabs but no drills for the small ring bolts. That's why I'm asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    You can't see it when you're on the bike.

    Perhaps I have designed a degree of "future proofing" in eh ;-)
    Tapered, likely a good choice someday if we get some squishy fork options.

    It does look better muddy though

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    Quote Originally Posted by custardninja View Post
    Now up for pre-order with full spec and geometry. On-One Fatty
    OK, curiousity has got the better off me. That's me down for one.

    I'll probably use it in the 'Puffer.

    So much for my forthcoming ultra light build....

    I reckon it should have been called the Shiggy-Shaggy
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    +1 on the order list! Shame I've got to wait till December!!

    Just packed up "skinny" full-suss in a bike bag for a trip to Iceland tomorrow, hope it doesn't spoil my trip thinking the whole time round I have the wrong bike

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    2 things I'd like

    A 135mm adapter.

    The ability to steepen the head angle. Sticking a Pug fork on it may do the job.
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    It's a 55mm rake fork, so consider that.

    Also you can use a Slackset in, um, Steepset mode to change the HA.

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    Just put my pre-order in! I hope Xmas comes early this year.

    The wheels look good drilled but the pics have a disclaimer final spec subject to change. I'm assuming that's the reason the wheel spec says "fat" as they may be undrilled.

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    I'm pretty sure the production ones are un-drilled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaggyjohn View Post
    They are lighter than my 120tpi Nates and will cost a bunch less.
    That was the goal. About the same weight and aggressive tread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaggyjohn View Post
    It's a 55mm rake fork, so consider that.

    Also you can use a Slackset in, um, Steepset mode to change the HA.
    I have. I've got a spreadsheet of the various fork sizes which gives me the effect on the geometry.

    I'm sure the Fatty will be great out of the box for XC use, and I'll be giving it a good try before changing anything*.

    That said, my biggest problem with bike control is hitting ruts at speed (especially in snow) and I prefer a steep HA with decent trail for that - seems to be more controllable.

    Is there a Slackset that works with a tapered steering head?


    *Actually not strictly true. I'll be stripping off stuff I don't like such as derailleurs, hydraulics, putting on a Middleburn with eccentrics, and working out how to fit mudguards.
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    Fair enough- the Pug fork would do that to a small extent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaggyjohn View Post
    Fair enough- the Pug fork would do that to a small extent.
    Roughly 70.2º for HA, +4.5mm onto trail, but 21mm lower BB (approx because I don't have the wheelbase figure).
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    Sorry if this is a repeat question-but WHEN is it going to be available? Any idea if available in just a frameset?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nelson34 View Post
    Sorry if this is a repeat question-but WHEN is it going to be available? Any idea if available in just a frameset?

    Completes only. Early December. From their site.

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    I'm buying the bike to get the frame.

    I'd suggest if you want one for this winter, you do the same because I suspect it will be well into 2013 before they get more.

    I've already got a stack of stuff I have been accumulating for a lightweight build, so I'll put all the "spare" bits onto a new Mukluk frame I have, which will then appear on eBay.

    Does anyone know if the front fork uses a F or R disk calliper?
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    Anybody thinking about turing this into an On-One Krampus by using the Rabbit Hole/knard combo? I know this is the "Fat" forum, but I figure some of y'all might be down with, ya know, 29+.

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    Completes only. Early December. From their site.
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    Nice looking bike!

    Do you have any info on the weight of the wheel? Rims and hubs?

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    I Just want the tyres.

    Although, I'd be tempted by the rims, if they look like a worthwhile upgrade from my home drilled GFSs.
    A big boy did it, and ran away.
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    Front caliper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaggyjohn View Post
    Front caliper.
    Ta!
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    Is it possible to buy a complete with a raw (unpainted) frame at all please ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Feelygood ! View Post
    Is it possible to buy a complete with a raw (unpainted) frame at all please ?
    Highly unlikely in a raw state, but frame only will be available at some point.
    Infact, frame only could be available right now, but price would be £999 and you'd get all the other bits free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    Highly unlikely in a raw state, but frame only will be available at some point.
    Infact, frame only could be available right now, but price would be £999 and you'd get all the other bits free.
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    I am just between 16 or 18 sizes, because I am 176 cm short with 80 cm inseam.
    16 size has odd short ett (570 mm) for On One. If it has typical ett (590 mm) for On One in size
    16, it would be my choise. Now I am afraid if I choose size 16, it could be too cramped with short
    50/60 mm stem, which I definitely want for snappy handling. The Fat will be for snow riding and
    for techical trails, not for touring. 16 or 18, that is the question

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    All the frames have huge stand over height. TT is whats important here. If you are going to be cramped I'd go for the medium. My inseam isnt much longer than yours but I ride a large.

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    Can we get a weight on the large please? Thanks. Super stoked for get mine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcaz View Post
    Can we get a weight on the large please? Thanks. Super stoked for get mine!
    Our small is 32lb

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    Our small is 32lb
    So, get rid of the gearie bits, and it's below 30lb. Not bad.
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Ok took the plunge!

    Please keep us updated with how the shipping is going please?! Off to Finland this winter - would be sweet to take it with!

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    Looks like Pre-orders are up at Titus

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    Yeah, but isn't it sad that you can order from the UK site for about $100 (ok, $83.95 shipping to Ohio) less than the USA/Titus site? That's even after shipping has been added in to each order.

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    That's true. Kinda funny too since I'm pretty sure I read a post on here somewhere from TitusTi that said "we eat the shipping and customs fees from the UK". Sure doesn't seem like it. Might have to cancel my order and just get it from On-one this time.

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    Yeah, it was $150 cheaper to order it from the UK for me (in Canada)....

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    Thanks for the feedback. We will be addressing this with a reprice today (lowering the US $ price, not increasing the UK!)

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