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Originally Posted by Happydude123;12924684 
i've went onto the puretrak website, and I tried buying the talent, but it keeps on saying my biling postal code is incorrect, when it isn't. I also submitted a help request on their website, but it says it will take 72 hrs to get back to me. SO F that ****.

I think I am gonna go buy for the QcK heavy now @ the SS store, where i know my credit card works

I just saw this thread browsing over the Valor thread.

Was someone able to help you with your shipping issues? Our website deals with live API feeds from both USPS and FedEx so if it's throwing back an invalid zip code issue it has something to do with one of them and not us. Not trying to point fingers, I just don't want you to think our shipping system is goofed smile.gif

If you want to shoot me a PM directly, I will be happy to assist you with ordering or at the very least pointing you in the right direction. I can assure you that you will be greatly satisfied with our product and service.
post #12 of 18
In regards to shipping, I'd like to clarify a few things:

We are working daily to help expand our distribution network to as many countries around the world as possible. For quite a few of our customers across the world, their only option at the moment is to order directly. Many of which have shipping concerns as well as transit time concerns. Our primary shipping partner is USPS (United States Postal Service) which has an excellent track record here in the USA for inexpensive, fast shipping. To allow our International customers easy access to our products regardless of their geographic location, we offer USPS Priority International service which has a standard flat rate of $14.10 for up to 2 products. As our website deals strictly in USD, this works out to be a great deal for many of you who are under the Euro or GBP. Under usual circumstances, the USPS service has a transit time of 6-10 days but can take up to 21 days depending on your country's postal service.

Hope this helps clarify things for some of you.
post #13 of 18
germany please
post #14 of 18
Good news ! Hope you'll find solutions soon. I can't wait more for test your products.
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Originally Posted by krameriffic;12927148 
http://cgi.ebay.com/PureTrak-TALENT-19x14-Cloth-Mouse-Pad-/250788113756?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a6422ed5c

Available on Ebay. That's where I got mine, primarily because a friend of mine had bad shipping service directly from Puretrak.

*necro!*

How do these people manage to sell it cheaper than the puretrak site? ;o
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post #16 of 18
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Originally Posted by WMO1.1a;12955103 
Talent is uncontested the best cloth pad on the market. However, if the Talent is a perfect 10 the QcK Heavy is about a 9 so it's not that significant of a difference.

Artisian Hien VE is either as good or better than talent. Plus it's at the same price for a large as the talent.
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post #17 of 18
I'd put the Hien VE third on my list, actually. My G-TF and Talent are both of a higher quality than my large Hien IMO. It's also smaller than either one of those, as well.

edit: I should clarify that these three pads, IMO, are leaps and bounds above everything else I've tried. You really can't go wrong with any of them. The G-TF is very scratchy for the first week or so, but once it's been used for a bit it's one of the best feeling most consistent pads I've used. It's also as close as you're going to get for a large, easily transportable pad with a glide similar to a hard pad.
Edited by Themanbeast - 8/3/11 at 9:53am
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post #18 of 18
The QCK+ is awesome. I haven't heard anything bad about either pad so it looks like you'll be satisfied with either purchase.
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