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Which is the best way to buy more knex? Answered

I need help buying new knex because I live in uk and its very hard to come by sets such as screamin serpent, rippin rocket, giant ferris wheels and stuff like that. Any ideas on how i should by more knex? (by that i mean whether i should buy it in spare pieces or in the very few decent sets available in the uk)

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arjun1

7 years ago

is knex user goup any good

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Millawi Legend

9 years ago

Ebay. I got 15000-20000 for just under a hundred pounds. Just to show how cheap that is a set of 500 pieces here is £35.

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noobererer

9 years ago

I have heard a alot of people say ebay the past few weeks but i dont know what would be a good deal, can some1 find an example or something? or at least let people know what we should be aiming for as far as $ per parts thanks

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noobererer

9 years ago

I hate all the shipping and handling fees from the interent. they're always like friken $20 or more!

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Kiteman

9 years ago

Toymaster sell Dragon's Drop and a Ferris Wheel online to the UK.

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The_Lost_CarrotKiteman

Reply 9 years ago

thats a serpent spiral set that little cheek whos selling that claiming its a screamin serpent set!!!

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The_Lost_Carrot

9 years ago

should i buy sets or seperate pieces?

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KairahThe_Lost_Carrot

Reply 9 years ago

That depends on what you are looking for. If you want to make rollercoasters.. it might be better to get them per set. But if you want to make your own models, just buy in bulk (which is usually cheaper as well)

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Katarukito

9 years ago

ebay...hmmm... :(

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Kairah

9 years ago

Ebay! I buy my knex at marktplaats (a dutch secondhand website) Ebay isnt used as much in holland but it looks much cheaper then marktplaats...

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pls

9 years ago

Ebay for sure.

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knex obsessed

9 years ago

Carboot sales Ma mate bought a black box of knex with a motor and it is full to the top with knex and all for a fiver