Question Has anyone shipped a Radian80 USPS?

Rebelnicky04

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I always use Fed Ex ground which ran me about $35 last time and I just sold one on e-bay... what do you all think is the cheapest way to send one? Thanks in advance!
 

Rebelnicky04

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I did an online quote based on the weight and measurements and it said $21 so hopefully it will be in that ball park tomorrow. I charged $35 shipping to be safe... so if I can get it for $21 I will add insurance on and delivery confirmation and all that to compensate for the extra.
 

Jessica61624

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Rebelnicky04 said:
I did an online quote based on the weight and measurements and it said $21 so hopefully it will be in that ball park tomorrow. I charged $35 shipping to be safe... so if I can get it for $21 I will add insurance on and delivery confirmation and all that to compensate for the extra.
You should get a dc# anyways. If the buyer says they never got it pp will side with them without a dc#. I've had it happen to me :-( the seller even emailed me saying they got it then said it they didn't and filed a claim.
 

ame0312

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yes, always get delivery confirmation... insurance is a good idea on such an expensive item too :)
 

HaileysMommy

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USPS parcel. And it is going to depend on the zone it is going too. I've shipped a bunch of radians anywhere from 19 to 35 bucks.
 

Mae

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I've shipped a 65 (practically the same as an 80) and it was roughly $25. I sent it USPS.
 

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