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Yesterday I ordered on www.kidology.org but since they sent me an email afterwards stating that the shipping to France would be 33 dollars, which would make 63 dollars total for a stackmat, I canceled the whole order and now I'm basically looking for another place to buy. The American Speedstacks site sends me to the German one, but the German site is waaaay to expensive.
After going to http://www.speedstacks.com/ push the Shop button on top, then push Online Store then scroll down to Competition Timer. It is $20.99. You might want the mini-mat if you don't have a mouse pad to drop your cube onto.
I didn't navigate that site well and ended up buying the big package that included the silly cups, huge mat and carrying case. (The case is nice, but I don't think I needed it that bad.)
if anybody in europe needs a stackmat, they are available for purchase in the full set with 12 cups and the mat/case. they are the black timers and cost £14.99 in shops at the moment, i can quite easily, and will happily go and purchase one and send however much of it you want to you, provided you cover shipping costs and of course of the item.
it will probably take two or three days to reach you, i recently send a package to hungary for olivér perge and it took under 48 hours!
when i browse the speedstacks.com for australia, it says page under construction. hahaha, this sucks
is there any significance whatsoever between using a computer based timer and a stackmat? i want one, but i dont think i need one