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I love Cupolo!!

post #1 of 24
Thread Starter 
Just got my wife a brand new pair of 2004 Atomic E:7 skis with Atomic 310 bindings for 170.00; Wow. Yes, they are not freakin race skis, but for a good ski at that price, I love me some Canada. Now if they only had the Elan Fusions I want. If they put anymore on ebay I don't want any of you bidding on them, OK. Thanks.
Shane
post #2 of 24
Hope your wife enjoys the skis!
post #3 of 24

I hear they be selling some gouged skis...

Whats up with that?
post #4 of 24
Thread Starter 

No way!!!!

My wife's gear was great, no marks of any kind. We have gotten two pair of boots, and her ski's from them. The only thing I could maybe say is they need to put more packing in their boxes with the ski's, but that is it. Great stuff at a great price. I just hope I can get my first pair of ski's from them before this coming year.
Shane
post #5 of 24

Oops, Sorry! Cupola Rocks!

Loveski had a little scratch on the base. It wasn't a gouge, and they were ready to make it good (take back or replace) without any questions. Sincere apologies to Cupola, Loveski gives them two thumbs up, excellent service and the prices are unbeatable.
post #6 of 24

Yes Cupolo Rocks!!!

Just got my 4 stars over the weekend, not scratches here, just volkl bliss and a long painstaking wait for snowfall
post #7 of 24
I just picked up a pair of Dynastar Jr. race skis for my youngest son from Cupolos. They were on sale at my local shop for $299 and I got them for $99. I received them in perfect condition in about 5 days. It couldn't have worked out easier.

Bottom line: My kid's thrilled and I saved a bunch of $$. Thanks Jay.
post #8 of 24
I have purchased two pairs of skis from Cupolo. One pair of Fusion S12 and one pair of K2 Junior T9. Both were an EXCELLENT value and arrived promptly in perfect condition. I agree, the packing seemed a little skimpy, but the skis survived the trip. I am now a loyal customer. I hope to drop in and see the shop someday.
post #9 of 24
Got my Technica boots from them through eBay a while back for $99. They are the same exact boot I tried on at a near by ski shop that were being sold for much much more! Cupolo Rocks!
I did have one question that I forwarded to them though that didn't get answered. That question was,"Can I get the hot form activated at any shop that deals in Technica and should I expect a charge for this?"
post #10 of 24
Hey Teach:

Let's see, you got your boots @ Cupola- good job!

You think your local shop will heat mold 'em for you for free?

No problem if you ever go into that shop to actually buy anything, otherwise a small service charge would be appropriate.

Good Luck!
post #11 of 24
Just bought a pair of Atomics from Cupolo. Not the first pair purchased from them or the last. Great Ebayer as their feedback proves. Went to swap a pair of bindings over and 1 heel was defective so I took it to my local shop where I bought them and they replaced the whole binding system for free. I said thank-you and left them a 6 pack of Black Butte Porter Beer.
post #12 of 24

Ban Cupolo

I think Cupolo should be banned from this site before they lead some of the Bears to financial ruin. There's nothing worse than someone offering great deals to a bunch of gear whores. Personally, I have a pair of 170cm Skicross 10s sitting in my family I really wanted but don't need. Cupolo offered me such a great deal that I couldn't resist.
post #13 of 24
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Originally Posted by Rio
There's nothing worse than someone offering great deals to a bunch of gear whores. Personally, I have a pair of 170cm Skicross 10s sitting in my family I really wanted but don't need.
I'm with ya buddy and we have the identical situation except my 10's are 178's. With my RX 8's I certainly didn't need them. Oh well, misery loves company so I'm glad I'm not alone in the "it's a great ski at a great price so I'll buy it " world.
post #14 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rio
I think Cupolo should be banned from this site before they lead some of the Bears to financial ruin. There's nothing worse than someone offering great deals to a bunch of gear whores.
I know the feeling exactly. I found myself bidding on stuff that I really did not need whatsoever -- who really needs 4 pairs of hard snow carvers?

Fortunately, I lost most of the bids, got one item I actually needed, and a pair of skis that was offered at such a head spinning deal I could not resist. Oh well, who needs cable tv anyway?
post #15 of 24
Do they have an Ebayoholics help center. My wife seems to think I need some counseling.
post #16 of 24
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Originally Posted by slider
Do they have an Ebayoholics help center. My wife seems to think I need some counseling.
I think this is really what some of us need, not Cupolo's being banned, but rather some help for our compulsive and impulsive buying on eBay. BTW- if there are any teachers, home schoolers or parents of children in pre-K to 3, I will be listing many items in the next few weeks...I was transfered to Middle School Special Ed. last year and I think that is where I am going to stay.
post #17 of 24

IDEAL GOT VOLANT GOLD FOR 180 plus best bindings for a little !

CUPPOLO IS IDEAL STORE bf
post #18 of 24
Do you still have to provide your SS# to them to ship to the states?
post #19 of 24
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Originally Posted by Ron
Do you still have to provide your SS# to them to ship to the states?
I had some skis shipped to me about a month ago and they didn't ask for my SSN.
post #20 of 24
Thanks RIO, there use to be a shipping rule that when they shipped from Canada, US customs wanted to have your SS# on the package. There was no way I was going to do this.
post #21 of 24
We do not need any SS# to ship anything to the states, just the payment and address.
post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by Ron
Thanks RIO, there use to be a shipping rule that when they shipped from Canada, US customs wanted to have your SS# on the package. There was no way I was going to do this.
Ron, that is NOT true! I have had things sent from Canada on several ocassions, including just last week(music stuff) and NEVER did I have to give a SS#. I think that the person you were going to get something from was really just trying to collect ss#'s that's what it sounds like to me. There probably was NO product to be shipped.
post #23 of 24
Glad I didn't! This was a business based in Canada that told me this. I will join the gang and get over to Cupulos!
post #24 of 24
Ron -

There are reasons for needing an SSN to ship to the US. Mail shipments of more than $500 USD and other shipments of more than $2500 USD must be reported with some form of tax ID (SSN for individuals).
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