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To who ever ordered this monitor and lives in the European Union: did customs asked you any Certificate?

nope, no problem at all.
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Yes I think you need to be talking to the customs officials and asking why you need such a thing. Tell him the seller has said they have never needed this before and you believe they are mistaken. This is a consumer electronic device not some industrial electrical component or something.
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Can someone point me to the manual pdf of the monitor or check if there is CE printed on it, please?
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Can someone point me to the manual pdf of the monitor or check if there is CE printed on it, please?

Page 15, 2nd to last colum:, Euroopean CE - Yes. That what you looking for?
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Page 15, 2nd to last colum:, Euroopean CE - Yes. That what you looking for?

Thanks M8. That means it follows europeans standards. I hope that is enough to prove it.
I dont get it, I ckeck OP first post and there other guys who ordered from european countries (UK, Sweden, France, Neederlands) and no certificate was ask by customs...
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I realize the Perfect Pixel thing is sometimes a crock. If I can guarantee I will have absolutely no dead/stuck pixels then that is worth $30 to me. And yes I realize that it might mean 0-1 dead pixel guarantee over 0-3 or whatever. Yes I realize the pixels are extremely small on a 2560x1440 monitor. I am not an idiot. Just willing to pay more to guarantee I can receive the best quality monitor possible for the price.

Thank you very much for the link, it is on my list of possible buys now. Looking for more options/opinions. Thanks!
If lots of people had 4 or 5 dead pixels then yes, the pixel perfect premium might be justified but I don't think anybody who's bought one has reported more than 1 dead pixel. Most of the "perfect pixel" guarantees allow for 1 or 2 dead pixels anyway.

Not sure if the promotion is still running but hulustar had a 0-2 dead pixel offer for the first 100 monitors. Email him to check, he responds pretty quickly.
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To who ever ordered this monitor and lives in the European Union: did customs asked you any Certificate?
Nope, just got a bill from DHL for the customs/VAT.
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Which ones would you guys recommend. The X-Star or QNIX. They are both almost the same price.

Do you guys just go to bigclothcraft ebay page and order. Do you just go to the page and pick the one you want from the top of the list.

Sorry I have never ordered from ebay before.
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Thanks M8. That means it follows europeans standards. I hope that is enough to prove it.
I dont get it, I ckeck OP first post and there other guys who ordered from european countries (UK, Sweden, France, Neederlands) and no certificate was ask by customs...

Well the first answer that comes to mind is this guy plans to come back and say "oh you can't get the certificate? Hmm...well...no problem I guess... if you give me 50 Euros".

Who knows for sure but I would not be surprised, to say the least. Hope you get it sorted soon.
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Which ones would you guys recommend. The X-Star or QNIX. They are both almost the same price.

Do you guys just go to bigclothcraft ebay page and order. Do you just go to the page and pick the one you want from the top of the list.

Sorry I have never ordered from ebay before.

If that's the seller you know you want to use then sure. Otherwise search for the product name itself.
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If lots of people had 4 or 5 dead pixels then yes, the pixel perfect premium might be justified but I don't think anybody who's bought one has reported more than 1 dead pixel. Most of the "perfect pixel" guarantees allow for 1 or 2 dead pixels anyway.

Not sure if the promotion is still running but hulustar had a 0-2 dead pixel offer for the first 100 monitors. Email him to check, he responds pretty quickly.

I bought one from hulustar during the 0-2 pixel deal and it had 2 stuck pixels. Kinda wondered if they just keep the units that nearly passed perfect pixel test in a pile. The stuck pixels weren't easy to notice, and appeared under different colour backgrounds, so you never see both at the same time.

I went for a second Qnix, but this time from excellentcastle. Also this time I went for a regular auction and not a perfect pixel or 0-2 pixel auction, just to test my luck at getting a 0 dead pixel unit. I saw that many people here had 0 dead pixels from regular auctions anyway.
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