Superstar Componants and not shipping to Aus…
Annoying. They won’t / don’t ship to Aus as there was some issue on a forum here where a few were claiming deliveries weren’t arriving (when they were) and getting refunds. I was gonna order some pads from them…
Race Matric / Uberbike still a decent bet these days?Posted 2 years ago
Still a country of thieves then… 😉
Ordered some Clark’s pads off wiggle recently, good price and seem to be working well so far!Posted 2 years ago
Last time I went to Australia immigration stopped me and asked if I had a criminal record…didnt know you still needed one to get in. 😀Posted 2 years ago
Made up from English people, yes :p
Ah I’ll go for uberbike. I’ll try sober this time as the last set I ordered were for m755 and should have been m785Posted 2 years ago
Oohh Dad jokes? Noice!
I got asked if I had a Police record. I said “Don’t stand so close to me”
So he walked about 5 metres away “DO YOU HAVE……..”Posted 2 years ago
I would order uberbike ones anyway, much better quality than the superstar ones in my opinionPosted 2 years ago
I can’t help think there’s a missed business opportunity if Australians are having to buy cheap Chinese pads from the UKPosted 2 years ago
Superstar have pretty much stopped selling pads now aiuiPosted 2 years ago
As above, I hear Superstar have decided to leave the pad business citing ‘suicidal competition selling below cost’. No idea who they mean. This means that what they’re selling is end of stock though, so more popular choices may be gone anyway.
Uberbike Race Matrix work for me.Posted 2 years ago
I was just reading on Facebook where you called superstar racist and here you pop up on the forum.Posted 2 years ago
I find it hard to believe they stopped sending to AUS because 80% of items went missing, that just doesnt happen – CRC etc all manage just fine – more likely it just wasnt worth the hassle but he seems incapable of being polite on facebook and thinks ‘trump speak’ is an acceptable way to address customers.
Really dont understand the whole ‘stopped selling due to suicidal competitors’ statement, Superstar had a large customer base there and could have easily put up prices to keep profit margins the same, reduced the range to the most popular and still sold plenty.
Then again, biker customers are sometimes the biggest assholes and feel they have the right to question a business about their practices like it isnt privately owned and none of their business.
Superstar should just be polite and splurge some ‘changes in retail model / policy / delivery contract’ rather than go into rude exchanges with customers.Posted 2 years ago
thedude – Member
I was just reading on Facebook where you called superstar racist and here you pop up on the forum.
Was taking the pee a bit but they were making out Aussie’s were ripping them off for every single order they sent. I believe the yoof call it “bants” innit.
Fair enough, it’s their business. But like others say, there’s 24 million potential customers in Oz. I find it strange a company would sack off this potential custom based on the relative few dodgy customers but hey, I’m not in their business so what do I know?Posted 2 years ago
Shipping rates to Aus have gone up (again), which was probably a factor in deciding whether to put the effort in.Posted 2 years ago
Jees not like we’re the other side of the world, is it?Posted 2 years ago
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