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Thanks, that's pretty much all I needed to know. I'll get the Bitspower adapter since it's $3.87 (haven't checked shipping), and I haven't heard anything bad about it. If they end up costing the same, then I may get the BGears.

There is no stock @ DirectCanada so I wouldn't expect to get them for less than $6.99.
I could have sworn it was in stock earlier... Anyways, both are $5. Bitspower, BGears.

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I could have sworn it was in stock earlier... Anyways, both are $5. Bitspower, BGears.
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I would go with BGears since the quality is there, these adapters are made of tough plastic and I find them difficult to break. The Bitspower is an unknown roll of the dice, they could be identical or even the same altogether.
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I would go with BGears since the quality is there, these adapters are made of tough plastic and I find them difficult to break. The Bitspower is an unknown roll of the dice, they could be identical or even the same altogether.

I am betting on this. More than likely they both are being manufactured by the same company. I'd buy whatever is cheapest.
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Systemlord, you just made it harder to choose biggrin.gif. I was going to get the cheapest, but now... I'll still probably get the cheapest, as long as the price difference is greater than $5. If not, I may get the BGears since I haven't heard much on the Bitspower adapter, so it's a bit of a gamble. But then again, they may be (nearly) identical, which reminds me of this.

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