RAK wrote:in responee to Iceman and all future questions about shipping:
i'm not going to give estimates since i very well could be wrong. you be the judge and estimate whether it's a huge soaker or not and if it is, figure a reasonably large amount of money for shipping, upwards of $30. also consider your location. i live in New York. shipping to california would be more than ohio.
a note about the 2000: it is fixable. if you want to spend a couple bucks on some new screws it is a very easy repair. i just dont have the motivation to put it back together. as Iceman pointed out, Frankensteining some parts from other soakers can easily fix this problem.
Could you tell me how much the Max-D 6000, Zook and XXP 175 weigh and then I'll see about an offer?
isoaker_com wrote:Could you tell me how much the Max-D 6000, Zook and XXP 175 weigh and then I'll see about an offer?
You could just look up the weights here @ iSoaker.com (assuming you trust my numbers). :goofy:
Max-D6000: Weight: 790 g (27.87 oz.)
XXP 175: Weight: 1000 g (35.27 oz.)
CPS Splashzooka 65Oz.: Weight: 1270 g (44.8 oz.)
RAK wrote:the MXL version is unknown. there are multiple versions? if you're that inquisitive about the MXL, there are very descriptive pictures and a complete and in depth review of it (this specific make of the soaker, not just a generic review) here.
spinner: as isoaker's method is probably the most accurate way to estimate shipping, do remember that it does not take into accound the box and the packaging. i dont think that the shipping materials weigh very much at all, but they do increase the cost.
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