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Back2Base-ix

Postby Hellspawn » 5 Apr 2012, o 16:10

Australian company that does nice products.
Ordered from them, and their products are really nice and of a good quality.
Couldn't find a topic so here's a new one.
They usually sell bases, but they tried to diversify themselves lately and they're releasing those "shelves"

http://www.back2base-ix.com

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Re: Back 2 Base-ix

Postby MiSiU » 5 Apr 2012, o 16:48

Looks nice, but I wonder what the price tag will be. Some link maybe?

Ah, found one:

http://www.back2base-ix.com
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Re: Back 2 Base-ix

Postby Hellspawn » 5 Apr 2012, o 16:53

MiSiU wrote:Looks nice, but I wonder what the price tag will be. Some link maybe?

Ah, found one:

http://www.back2base-ix.com


Foget to add the link in the original post, sorry hehe.
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Re: Back 2 Base-ix

Postby Ariakas » 5 Apr 2012, o 17:12

Hellspawn, how was the shipping when we ordered the bases? I can't remember.
Anyway keep in mind they're based in Australia so shipping cost can be nasty.

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Re: Back 2 Base-ix

Postby Hellspawn » 5 Apr 2012, o 17:24

Ariakas wrote:Hellspawn, how was the shipping when we ordered the bases? I can't remember.
Anyway keep in mind they're based in Australia so shipping cost can be nasty.


Yeah, as I said, they're based in Australia and depending on what you're ordering, the shipping cost can go sky high pretty quickly.
When we ordrerd, ship costs were based on weight of the items. When you place your order, there is iirc the weight of the items, and there are dropdown menu that calculate automaticaly the shipping cost of your order and they have scales for that (meaning that if your order is placed between this and this weight, you'll pay that). I remember that our weight wasn't available in the drop down menu for France, and I just had to email them to get it set. They're pretty quick on answering and very kind and friendly.
Also, since they're based in Australia, be aware that you may have to pay the customs. :doh:

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Re: Back 2 Base-ix

Postby Skrit » 5 Apr 2012, o 20:15

Nice find!

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Back 2 Base-ix's racks

Postby ResuHellspawN » 3 May 2012, o 01:12

Back 2 Base-ix produced great new coloured acrylic racks:
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Here: http://www.back2base-ix.com/index.php?_a=viewCat&catId=107
You can choose which paint bottle style you would like your rack to hold prior. Also choose the 2 colours you would like to have your rack made in out of 20.

And MDF racks.
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Here: http://www.back2base-ix.com/index.php?_a=viewCat&catId=106
Excellent products
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Re: Back 2 Base-ix

Postby Hellspawn » 3 May 2012, o 07:05

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Re: Back 2 Base-ix

Postby Corvus » 3 May 2012, o 09:12

Looks good, but these systems typically take up a lot of space to household a lot of bottles, so it's always better to line up the bottles right next to each other in your own makeshift rack when space is an issue.

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Re: Back 2 Base-ix

Postby Hellspawn » 11 Oct 2012, o 15:15

Wall Climber Paint Rack

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