Cube i7 Stylus Gearbest EU Warehouse 315$! $304.99 From China!

Cube i7 Stylus Gearbest EU Warehouse 315$! $304.99 From China!

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  • #27986
    Grandalf
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    • Posts: 27

    Hello all,

    I was surfing Gearbest with my handy and noticed that you can pick up the Cube i7 Stylus for 314,99$ from the EU Warehouse!

    Somehow it works with the mobile version of the website and the app.

    Paypal worked fine with me. 322.53$ in total with shipping.

    Does it work for you aswell?

    Edit: (Normal browser version)

    I just put the 371$ Version into the basket and proceeded to check out.

    It turned into 315$ in the Cart.

    Same works with the China Import.

    Changes from 324,27$ to 304,99$

    You can use  givingassistant and get another 12% Cashback!

    https://givingassistant.org/?rid=DKkKv7HBx3

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    #28033
    Chris G
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    • Posts: 2674

    Looks like it works! Nice find there.

    Same deal works if you use the China warehouse option you get it for $304! Whats the 4% code you have that works?

    $304 here http://www.gearbest.com/tablet-pcs/pp_227132.html

    Cube i7 Stylus $304

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    #28039
    Grandalf
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    • Posts: 27

    For the 4% you have to use this Site:

    https://www.qipu.de/cashback/gearbest/

    Don´t know if it is avaiable in other languages than german but you get 4% back for the first order and 2% for every other order.

    It takes about 2 Month.

    Works with Bangood aswell. There you get 4% back for every order:

    https://www.qipu.de/cashback/banggood/

    #28043
    Chris G
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    Seems its just for Germans Qipu. Ah well, still nice find. I’ve posted it to the front page for anothers to take advantage of. I just hope GB doesn’t pull the plug on it or cancel the order and claim it was a error. Could just be they are clearing out the stock for the new Core M3 i9 ?

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    #28055
    Grandalf
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    • Posts: 27

    So I google´d a bit and found other Cashback Sites.

    Maybe these work aswell, they are in english.

    12% Cashback

    https://givingassistant.org/?rid=DKkKv7HBx3

    7% Cashback
    https://www.simplybestcoupons.com/Coupons/gearbest.com/?refid=33626

    So I don´t know how these sites work… normally just buy it via their link.
    Anyone used one of them before?

    #28198
    Anonymous
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    • Posts: 124

    Ok, this price is giving me an itch….I have two questions:

    1. Should I buy this tablet, when I am not really into 16:9 ration screens and all of my tablets so far have been 4:3 ratio?

    The specifications are very good, but I am afraid the screen will really put me off and then I will have a hell of a time trying to sell this tablet to someone else.

    I use it mainly for heavy browsing, pdf reading/editing and other office tasks (this can take heavier uses as well)

    2) If I were to buy it should I buy it from

    • Banggood for 310.43$

    OR

    • Gearbest for 304.99$

    Many people are complaining about Gearbest lately, maybe it’s not worth the risk for 5$.

     

    #28229
    Jakob Schmidt Rasmussen
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    305US seems attractive, but I guess it aint an error, because most people buying these stylus machines, also need stylus and keyboard and putting these into the aquasition its another +86US and comming in at 390US for the deal.

    an I recall I purchase the X2 pro with great keyboardcover and active stylus for about 393US more then half a year ago..

    So I reckon it aint an mistake the 305US for the cube i7 stylus.

    and when it comes to an full package on the Cubei7 stylus versus the Teclast x2 pro, I would still go with the X2-..

    but my impression of the Cube I7 stylus is solely down to reviews.. I havent own one myself and the chance to put these two-items head vs head..

    #28234
    Anonymous
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    • Posts: 124

    It’s the screen that still fills me with inhibition with going ahead…the other of course being the price, 280+ euros for a chinese tablet is no little thing…

    And what if a 3:2 tablet is released later?
    To be honest I don’t think this is so probable, as most have been focusing – for some reason – on 16:9 screen-tablets which pair with a keyboard…I guess they are imitating the laptop trend…hated that too.

    If only the Chuwi Hi12 had an SSD and even last generation Core-M…

    #28321
    Grandalf
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    • Posts: 27

    I like these kind of screens.

    I´ll make a review of mine and the service of Gearbest.
    I ordered mine on Friday and it was sent to me the same day.
    Let´s see when I get it.

    Yes the Chuwi is quite nice aswell. But a Core-M would be nice.
    I would be happy with Stylus Support aswell.

    Sadly the Cube i7 Stylus doesn´t have these nice Full Sized USB…

    Am I the only one using Cashback sites?
    Already got about 50 € back for just some clicks…

    #28356
    Anonymous
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    • Posts: 124

    Did you really get it back?

    • They transferred the corresponding amount to your Paypal account?
    • How long did that take?

    If I can get 12% off from 304.99, I might as well give it a try.

     

    #28363
    Grandalf
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    • Posts: 27

    So as I said before I´m using Qipu.
    So it is only 4% made 12,60$ for me.
    It takes about 1-2 Month depends on the Shop.

    You get the money on your qipu Acc and you can transfer it to your bank account.

    I don´t know the other sites, so I can´t tell you if this is legit or not.

    Some of these cashback sites have a minimum payout. Like 15$ or something.

    #28396
    fewt
    Participant
    • Posts: 38

    Thanks for the tip, I had been on the fence about this tablet but this deal sealed it for me.  Wanted to pop in and say thanks.

    #28548
    Anonymous
    Inactive
    • Posts: 124

    I just bought the tablet at GearBest at 304.99$ and got a 36.6$ cashback (discount of 12%) for registering and using the GivingAssistant links
    https://givingassistant.org/?rid=vb7intrwcd

    Seems Legit!
    Thank you @Grandalf for bringing it to our attention!

    basically, I paid 268$ for a Core M + SSD tablet. That is awesome!

    Mind you, the cashback earnings may take anything from 15 to 60 days to be released (on “lock” to make sure the purchase goes ahead), it’s not an immediate discount.

    Make sure you follow the rules properly
    – Register (with your Paypal email address preferably)
    – Search for the store in the GivingAssistant.org database
    – Use the “Shop Now” button to go the store
    – Start shopping with empty basket
    – Add your desired items to shopping basket and pay within 24 hours.

    My purchase registered within 10 hours from ordering.

    Here is the screenshot from my “pending earnings”

    #28599
    Grandalf
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    • Posts: 27

    I´m glad it worked for you.
    Next time I need to check it before I buy it because 12%>4% 🙂


    @Chris
    Seems to work with the other Cashback Sites. Might be interesting for you.

    #28836
    Anonymous
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    • Posts: 124

    I´m glad it worked for you. Next time I need to check it before I buy it because 12%>4% :)<noscript>&lt;img src=”//techtablets.com/wp-includes/images/smilies/simple-smile.png” alt=”:)” class=”wp-smiley” style=”height: 1em; max-height: 1em;”/&gt;</noscript> @Chris Seems to work with the other Cashback Sites. Might be interesting for you.

    Of course GearBest has to “ruin” all the fun by not having any stock…because it advertized a specific number of units for its sale, I thought it would have stock, but it doesn’t.

    Two days ago opened a ticket to inquire into the availability of the tablet and was told they could provide no estimate on the shipment date whatsoever, they’ve back ordered and awaiting the supplier.

    Yesterday, I saw that the availability description changed from “4-10 business days” to “3-5 business days”, so WITHOUT telling I had already ordered, I contacted the staff via Live Chat and asked if they had stock…
    …the employee – thinking I was a prospective customer – replied that they do have stock of the Cube i7 Stylus.

    Then I told him I had already ordered and I was awaiting shipment, but was told no stock was available.

    …the employee then said that the tablet is in the “quality checking” phase…

    When I asked what that meant, he did not even make an attempt to humour me, he just asked me to wait more, repeating that they have no expected availability date on the tablet….and said that if I was reluctant to wait they would refund me.

    Finally I asked for a compensation coupon for a future purchase pretending I wanted something else that was on sale, but the offer would have expired while waiting.

    So I got a 5% coupon, which I pretty sure will be useless, because GearBest always sets prices as though they were 50% off or something, thereby actually increasing the cost if a smaller coupon is used.

    I will give it a week, then I will cancel.

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