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CubePicker - the place to find the cheapest prices for cubes!

Would you use CubePicker?

  • Yes

    Votes: 16 72.7%
  • No

    Votes: 2 9.1%
  • Maybe

    Votes: 4 18.2%

  • Total voters
    22

Cube Picker

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Hey Everyone,

I'm currently in the process of making a website at cubepicker.com, in which you can search for a cube, and it will display the cheapest prices across stores. We will eventually have it graph the prices, so you can see if the price has changed. Would people use this? Please let me know with your thoughts.

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DGCubes

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Yes, absolutely. I think it's really important that you note other things about the stores on these graphs though, such as where they are located and their shipping costs.
 

Cube Picker

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Yeah. I'm also leaving out LighTake from the listings, as although it has the cheapest prices, the cubes are from china, which has long shipping times and lower reliability.
 

DGCubes

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Yeah. I'm also leaving out LighTake from the listings, as although it has the cheapest prices, the cubes are from china, which has long shipping times and lower reliability.
Honestly I think you should include everything and let people decide for themselves. Lightake and cubezz (and others) are still viable options that I would use very often. Besides, not everyone is from the U.S., so you should probably also include non-U.S. stores. If the point of this website is comparing and comparing alone, it doesn't seem like the best idea to eliminate any cube stores.
 

Cube Picker

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Honestly I think you should include everything and let people decide for themselves. Lightake and cubezz (and others) are still viable options that I would use very often. Besides, not everyone is from the U.S., so you should probably also include non-U.S. stores. If the point of this website is comparing and comparing alone, it doesn't seem like the best idea to eliminate any cube stores.
I see your point. I think I will add all the stores I can then, but not yet - I'm just in the process of testing the database, then I've got to do all the web design as well.
 
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