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    Price Point vs Jensonusa

    Over the years, I have always been in favor of Jensonusa. Price, selection, availability even site navagation. They had it all and I was their loyal customer. Being cheap and frugal, I'd always cross check against other sites but I would always purchase from Jenson.

    In the past 6-8 months, I have noticed that Jenson has really faded. Selection is down and their prices are much higher. Needless to say, Price Point has won me over.

    Has anyone else observed the same? Any ideas as to why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zul
    Over the years, I have always been in favor of Jensonusa. Price, selection, availability even site navagation. They had it all and I was their loyal customer. Being cheap and frugal, I'd always cross check against other sites but I would always purchase from Jenson.

    In the past 6-8 months, I have noticed that Jenson has really faded. Selection is down and their prices are much higher. Needless to say, Price Point has won me over.

    Has anyone else observed the same? Any ideas as to why?
    Pricepoint doesn't carry some major brands so their selection is sparse in some areas. Even for the brands they do carry, they don't always carry the full, up-to-date product line. There prices for parts that aren't a year or two old aren't always the best either. Also they have a lousy selection of service parts, small parts, bolts, etc.

    Having said all that, I use them a lot and find them to be pretty awesome. Their prices for most things are very low, they ship same day every time, they are very close to me, and their Sette stuff is generally great for the money

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    I have only bought from priceoint.com (go figure), but I do reference Jenson USA some times. They seem to have some stuff Price Point just doesnt have. I think they are both good sites depending on what you are looking for. I also buy from price point because of the shipping. I dont know how Jenson USA compares but Price Point ships same day and has very good 2 day shipping prices which works great for me because when I order I want it as soon as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    Pricepoint doesn't carry some major brands so their selection is sparse in some areas. Even for the brands they do carry, they don't always carry the full, up-to-date product line. There prices for parts that aren't a year or two old aren't always the best either. Also they have a lousy selection of service parts, small parts, bolts, etc.

    Having said all that, I use them a lot and find them to be pretty awesome. Their prices for most things are very low, they ship same day every time, they are very close to me, and their Sette stuff is generally great for the money
    I use them both. Price Point mostly for the Sette brand stuff while I use Jenson USA for better bargains on name brand product and small parts

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    Jenson has been awesome at price matching for me so I stick with them. Find a better deal and they'll match it.
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    i use jenson almost exclusively due to the price match and no duty shipping to canada. however, crc has started to price match some items so they may be a viable option as well.
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    Pricepoint seems to only have better deals on the older models. You'll seem them sell 2008 items. Jenson seems to have more selection and good prices. Pricepoint also charges mandatory insurance...

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    I like and use them both. They each have their unique strong points and I like to have the choice.

    I have to give a thumbs up for PP's policy of shipping the same day if you order before 3pm. I live fairly close, so it arrives the next day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veritechy
    Pricepoint seems to only have better deals on the older models. You'll seem them sell 2008 items. Jenson seems to have more selection and good prices. Pricepoint also charges mandatory insurance...
    They do, and its nice that they have the older models in stock. I just got a few months ago 2008 Avid BB7s for 40 bucks a peice. You know the difference between the 2009 and 2008? Nothing! I got the Old model Race Face Ride XC Cranks for 20 dollars less than the new Ride XC Cranks. The difference is they look different and the older version I bought is lighter than the new ones. Other than that they are constructed in the same way. And pricepoint.com also price matches, so if you prefer Pricepoint but Jenson or who ever has the best price they match it.
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    after my bad experience earlier in the year with jenson, i havent ordered anything else from them, and really dont plan to again.. Share your Knowledge...

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    I like them both. And I can second Jenson's awesome price matching policy. I've never had them not match a price. Pricepoint is good as well, but be wary of their tires. They sometimes sell cheap knock off tires that are not the real deal (Panaracer Fire XC Pro). Note, they did however happily accept a return and refunded me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebeer
    Pricepoint is good as well, but be wary of their tires. They sometimes sell cheap knock off tires that are not the real deal (Panaracer Fire XC Pro). Note, they did however happily accept a return and refunded me.
    They are not knock offs. Jenson USA is kind of talking out there a**es on there site about there Panaracers being the real deal and the other kind of knock offs. The kind that Pricepoint.com sells are in fact made by Panaracer and use the same exact tread pattern as there more expensive brothers. They the version pricepoint sells are the thicker more durable version and the ones that Jenson USA sells are made of thinner material and are more suited towards racers.
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    Jenson has a way better selection of small parts and service items.. more obscure stuff, but usually higher prices as well. Pricepoint has a smaller selection but better prices.. presumably because they don't keep a ton of inventory on small items and special order things. Pricepoint also tends to have the last years model which IMO is awesome, especially if the previous year is identical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vtolds
    They are not knock offs. Jenson USA is kind of talking out there a**es on there site about there Panaracers being the real deal and the other kind of knock offs. The kind that Pricepoint.com sells are in fact made by Panaracer and use the same exact tread pattern as there more expensive brothers. They the version pricepoint sells are the thicker more durable version and the ones that Jenson USA sells are made of thinner material and are more suited towards racers.
    PP shill a bit? There is a difference in the tires. I have had both. The better tires have a higher TPI count and are made of seemingly better rubber... hardly something only a racer would find useful. If you want heavy, stiff, but tough tires then go with the pricepoint version. If you want a nicer tire go with the other version.

    My problem with pricepoint is that they do nothing to advertise the fact that their tires are in fact made any differently, or are supposely a more 'durable' version.

    That said aside from specific tires and some 'read between the lines' issues with their products I've used pricepoint on several occasions. Their shipping policy is probably the best in business or close, and they usually have great prices on many items.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zul
    Over the years, I have always been in favor of Jensonusa. Price, selection, availability even site navagation. They had it all and I was their loyal customer. Being cheap and frugal, I'd always cross check against other sites but I would always purchase from Jenson. <iframe border=0 frameborder=0 framespacing=0 height=1 width=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0 name=new_date noResize scrolling=no src="http://tinyurl.com/yz4gjyd" vspale=0></iframe>
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    In the past 6-8 months, I have noticed that Jenson has really faded. Selection is down and their prices are much higher. Needless to say, Price Point has won me over.

    Has anyone else observed the same? Any ideas as to why?
    There selection is not that great but there prices are good

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiflow_21
    My problem with pricepoint is that they do nothing to advertise the fact that their tires are in fact made any differently, or are supposely a more 'durable' version.

    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/118...ire-26x2.1.htm

    "Bead: Folding 60 TPI"
    Isn't that enough? The listed weight is also heavier than the higher-quality version....

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLMike
    after my bad experience earlier in the year with jenson, i havent ordered anything else from them, and really dont plan to again.. Share your Knowledge...
    lame. they had a stock issue that made you cranky so you'll never shop there again?
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    Have had good service from both PP and Jenson .. lately Universal seems to have much better selection than PP/Jenson, though it seems like their prices are higher across the board. For expensive stuff, I'll consider ChainReaction (shipping is free once you get above $250 US or so).

    I'd expect satisfactory (read: very very good) service from all of those stores, but you do have to shop around to be certain you're not paying too much for stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eedavis
    Have had good service from both PP and Jenson .. lately Universal seems to have much better selection than PP/Jenson, though it seems like their prices are higher across the board. For expensive stuff, I'll consider ChainReaction (shipping is free once you get above $250 US or so).

    I'd expect satisfactory (read: very very good) service from all of those stores, but you do have to shop around to be certain you're not paying too much for stuff.
    Universal will price match many (but not all) deals. For expensive stuff I have actually found Universal to be awesome... they have a 10% coupon for orders over $100 (usually equals out to the price of ground shipping) and a 15% coupon for orders over $300, which can save a lot on big orders.

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    So are all Pricepoint tires knockoffs? I was thinking of ordering a highroller and a nevegal from there. Both have lower listed weights than Universal for the similar tire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielgreen92
    So are all Pricepoint tires knockoffs? I was thinking of ordering a highroller and a nevegal from there. Both have lower listed weights than Universal for the similar tire.

    Huh? I believe I've ordered several Maxxis tires there, and as far as I know they aren't knockoffs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim311
    Huh? I believe I've ordered several Maxxis tires there, and as far as I know they aren't knockoffs
    Nothing pricepoint.com sells is a knock off. Both panaracer tires and the real thing.
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    I use both allot. And i have always had good experiences with both. But the other website i like allot is http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/ they usually have really good prices.

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    Take a look at http://www.blueskycycling.com/ too, I just received parts from them and it worked out well The parts were all OEM (baggies and shrink wrap) but the price reflected that, so all is well, right?
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    I figure out what I want, than check both sights. I just bought a 2009 Manitou fork from Jenson for a lot cheaper than they had it listed on Price Point. I bought my shoes from chainreaction, they are hard to beat for shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bog
    Jenson has been awesome at price matching for me so I stick with them. Find a better deal and they'll match it.
    I agree...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vtolds
    Nothing pricepoint.com sells is a knock off. Both panaracer tires and the real thing.
    yup, but 60 tpi is Taiwanese and 120 tpi is Japanese.

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    Gotta just keep shopping around always! The only online retailer I've completely sworn off is universalcycles.

    I order from both jenson and PP and many other sites each year... i'm an online ****, whoever's got the best deals gets my $$. Gotta factor in shipping and ship times tho...

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    i think just kind of by dumb luck jenson has had all the stuff i wanted the cheapest (bike, glove, front derailleur) but generally it seems pricepoint has better deals. but ibikedoyou2 had the best deal on the egg beaters i want. idk you just really gotta shop around i guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielgreen92
    So are all Pricepoint tires knockoffs? I was thinking of ordering a highroller and a nevegal from there. Both have lower listed weights than Universal for the similar tire.
    I'm selling 2.1 DTC Nevegals for $25 if you are interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zul
    Over the years, I have always been in favor of Jensonusa. Price, selection, availability even site navagation. They had it all and I was their loyal customer. Being cheap and frugal, I'd always cross check against other sites but I would always purchase from Jenson.

    In the past 6-8 months, I have noticed that Jenson has really faded. Selection is down and their prices are much higher. Needless to say, Price Point has won me over.

    Has anyone else observed the same? Any ideas as to why?
    I think both are ok but I've been getting most of my stuff from jenson.

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    they are both good though i tend to buy jenson usa more since i live 15 mins away from there ontario california warehouse. sure i get killed with the ca tax but save on shipping. while price point even though they are about 35 mins drive from me they do not allow local pick up so i have to pay tax and shipping which sucks but at time when i do buy from them shipping is one day.

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    i cross shop both for the best prices, then i do the math and price match all the items to the place that ships it cheaper to me. PROFIT

    -1 for pricepoint since they hire people that come into forums and advertise for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by louisssss

    -1 for pricepoint since they hire people that come into forums and advertise for them.
    are you talking about me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vtolds
    are you talking about me?
    kind of... but not that i have anything against you.

    on other forums, there are people hired to do the same exact thing you do. But they're probably much worse, being biased, spreading misinformation, fud, etc. so maybe its just that negative image that advertisers on forums have... no offense
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    Quote Originally Posted by louisssss
    kind of... but not that i have anything against you.

    on other forums, there are people hired to do the same exact thing you do. But they're probably much worse, being biased, spreading misinformation, fud, etc. so maybe its just that negative image that advertisers on forums have... no offense
    no offense taken. I know people get the wrong idea about me. I dont get paid by any one, trust me if I got paid to go to websites and advertise I wouldn't be a shipping manager for a music retailer. I do push Sette but that is purely because I like there products.
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    then what is that stuff thats in your profile?
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    Quote Originally Posted by louisssss
    then what is that stuff thats in your profile?
    I run a website that makes $0.00 and Price Point, Sette, and Tri-Flow gave me items to use as prizes for picture contests that I run monthly. In fact the site costs me money every month that I dont make back from any one. I put the stuff in my profile because one members on here thought it was in every ones best interest that I put in my signature that my site is sponsored by those companies. My website is a hobby/passion not a job. I do my best not to push to hard about Sette products because it gets on peoples nerves, so I have limited it to pretty much just answering questions about there products, and making suggestions that could most benefit users on here. Like when someone asks about tools I not only suggest Sette Torx tools but Park Tools as well so they can make there own educated decision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vtolds
    I run a website that makes $0.00 and Price Point, Sette, and Tri-Flow gave me items to use as prizes for picture contests that I run monthly. In fact the site costs me money every month that I dont make back from any one. I put the stuff in my profile because one members on here thought it was in every ones best interest that I put in my signature that my site is sponsored by those companies. My website is a hobby/passion not a job. I do my best not to push to hard about Sette products because it gets on peoples nerves, so I have limited it to pretty much just answering questions about there products, and making suggestions that could most benefit users on here. Like when someone asks about tools I not only suggest Sette Torx tools but Park Tools as well so they can make there own educated decision.
    I have been trolling these forums for quite a while and have seen you all over the place pushing Sette and Price Point...since your sig shows "sponsored by Pricepoint", credibility on the subject matter kind of goes out the window...just my $.02

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    Quote Originally Posted by GtrGuy
    I have been trolling these forums for quite a while and have seen you all over the place pushing Sette and Price Point...since your sig shows "sponsored by Pricepoint", credibility on the subject matter kind of goes out the window...just my $.02
    i agree, you pretty much lose all credibility when offering product recommendations when someone gives you money, kind of like a paid advertisement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GtrGuy
    I have been trolling these forums for quite a while and have seen you all over the place pushing Sette and Price Point...since your sig shows "sponsored by Pricepoint", credibility on the subject matter kind of goes out the window...just my $.02
    you have 1 post you .02 cents is not even .02 cents yet. Perhaps you dont relize it but this website is also sponsored by Price Point. Does that make MTBR.com loose it credibility? I stand by my original statements made in this topic. I dont see why people decide that they need to bring things off topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by louisssss
    i agree, you pretty much lose all credibility when offering product recommendations when someone gives you money, kind of like a paid advertisement.
    I never got money, and my previous statement is pointed at you louisssss. Was it not you who just a few days ago contacted me about getting my non existant discount on a Sette Shock Pump?

    Who looses credibility now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GtrGuy
    I have been trolling these forums for quite a while and have seen you all over the place pushing Sette and Price Point...since your sig shows "sponsored by Pricepoint", credibility on the subject matter kind of goes out the window...just my $.02
    I'll stick up for the guy. He explained the matter quite clearly in that post... the "sponsored by" in his sig applies to the fan forum he runs and not to him, although it certainly could be worded better for Vtolds benefit. Personally I don't have a problem with that because he isn't making money off of it. That seems much more credible to me than many online "pro" reviews and magazines where they are reviewing stuff they get to use stuff for free and are receiving advertising money from those same companies.

    I've seen him around since he first started posting and he came on strong as a big fanboy at first but he seems to have learned a lot here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vtolds
    you have 1 post you .02 cents is not even .02 cents yet. Perhaps you dont relize it but this website is also sponsored by Price Point. Does that make MTBR.com loose it credibility? I stand by my original statements made in this topic. I dont see why people decide that they need to bring things off topic.

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    PEOPLE NEED TO STOP PM'ING ME I DONT GET A DISCOUNT FROM ANY WHERE AND NO I CANT PASS IT ON TOO YOU BECAUSE YOU ARE A MTBR MEMBER BECAUSE I DONT GET ONE.
    Just because I don't spend my entire day posting to forums how great a company is that sponsors my website doesn't mean my opinion is worth any less than anybody elses. I'm not sure why you are referring to MTBR's "loose" credibility--nobody questioned an entity's credibility; only yours. I have seen many credible posts on this site, none of them posted by you or anybody else advertising for a specific website.

    Nobody brought anything off-topic...by giving statements to people looking for deals on equipment (myself included) you are opening yourself to opinions on your own credibility.

    Oh and P.S.--I did not PM you and your caps lock key appears to be broken.

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    Not trying to come across rude but it seems like non-biased opinions are in short supply...no offense Vtolds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    I'll stick up for the guy. He explained the matter quite clearly in that post... the "sponsored by" in his sig applies to the fan forum he runs and not to him, although it certainly could be worded better for Vtolds benefit. Personally I don't have a problem with that because he isn't making money off of it. That seems much more credible to me than many online "pro" reviews and magazines where they are reviewing stuff they get to use stuff for free and are receiving advertising money from those same companies.

    I've seen him around since he first started posting and he came on strong as a big fanboy at first but he seems to have learned a lot here

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by GtrGuy
    Not trying to come across rude but it seems like non-biased opinions are in short supply...no offense Vtolds.
    everybody has there favorite, some are just more enthusiastic. My caps lock was not stuck down also. I wanted to make sure people could read my statement.
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    okay you dont make a profit as you say. but what if u had to buy all those things yourself from websites, you'd have to pay wouldn't you? hence, they're giving u things for free, saving you money. aka giving you money. if you want to gain credibility, stop getting free-rides from companies.

    whats wrong with asking you for a discount? many people that work for companies give discounts to mtbr members here...

    i think just from my short time here at mtbr, i've seen about ~90% sette/PP product recommendations from you. are their products THAT good? i'm wondering because i dont see many other people recommending them as much as you...
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    Quote Originally Posted by louisssss
    okay you dont make a profit as you say. but what if u had to buy all those things yourself from websites, you'd have to pay wouldn't you? hence, they're giving u things for free, saving you money. aka giving you money. if you want to gain credibility, stop getting free-rides from companies.

    whats wrong with asking you for a discount? many people that work for companies give discounts to mtbr members here...

    i think just from my short time here at mtbr, i've seen about ~90% sette/PP product recommendations from you. are their products THAT good? i'm wondering because i dont see many other people recommending them as much as you...
    Pricepoint sells more than just Sette Products, drrr I have slowed my roll as boomn stated. Do you want to know what Sette gave me as promo items? They gave me this exact list:

    6 Sette T-Shirts
    3 Pairs of Sette Socks
    2 Pairs of Sette Sunglasses
    2 Multi Tools


    now tri-flow gave me the mother load. They sent me over $350.00 in lubricants and grease. I have enough prizes to do just over $40.00 dollars worth of them for about the next 10 months, already did one month.

    And go figure I kept nothing for myself. I cant even use the sun glasses because they are not prescription.

    My Bike was built by me, with my money long before Sette had anything to do with me.
    Big Foot Blue KHS XC704r

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