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Creality CR-10 3D Printer $319.99 with coupon - Lowest I've ever seen it!

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This is the lowest price i've ever seen for the CR-10. I own a few of these and they are absolutely amazing to print with.

The CR-10 is onsale for $359.99 but with coupon code THEGBCR10 it will drop it down to $319.99

The code only currently works on the US Plug option.

This is their Black Friday special price but it looks like the code works early!

https://www.gearbest.com/3d-print...d=12018794 - expired


The CR-10 S is also onsale for $445.75 with coupon 1111GBCR10S - this is the upgraded version of the regular CR-10. Same build volume just includes some additional features - dual z rod, filament runout sensor, power failure print resume.

https://www.gearbest.com/3d-print...d=12018889
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From a $/cubic millimeter perspective, this is the printer to beat—nothing in this price range has a similar build quality with anywhere near the same print range.

The advantages of the 'S' over the vanilla CR-10 are somewhat arguable, more quality of life stuff than things that will provide an immediately noticeable benefit, however, it should come with a bootloader pre-installed, which makes upgrades like auto bed-leveling a lot easier to achieve, without some 300-level fiddling (you otherwise need jumper wires and an Arduino to flash the bootloader onto the stock CR-10, and it requires opening the control box).

For a first printer, the Prusa i3 mk3 is probably the better way to go, and it will save you considerable headaches right off the bat, albeit at a cost of ~$440 more.

If you already have a 3d printer, or have the time to learn how to use one, the CR-10 is impossible to beat at the price, comes with premium features normally found on much, much pricier machines, and apart from the notoriously warped aluminum print beds / factory glass build surface, more or less a no-brainer to assemble. The way they bundled the cords to use a single connector at the control box is particularly nice.

Just purchased mine a few months back, and have reasonably good knowledge of pricing for it since release—apart from a guffaw with Wish, where someone didn't setup a promo code properly, and folks were getting these machines (and even the 400 x 400 x 400 and 500 x 500 x 500 mm CR-10 S4 and CR-10 S5 printers for ~70% off—something I'm still angry for missing), this matches the lowest I've seen the vanilla CR-10.

Good machine, just expect to spend a couple hundred $ is man-hours if it's your first printer, and also for Gearbest to take their sweet time in shipping it out. Mine took about three weeks.
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From a $/cubic millimeter perspective, this is the printer to beat—nothing in this price range has a similar build quality with anywhere near the same print range.

The advantages of the 'S' over the vanilla CR-10 are somewhat arguable, more quality of life stuff than things that will provide an immediately noticeable benefit, however, it should come with a bootloader pre-installed, which makes upgrades like auto bed-leveling a lot easier to achieve, without some 300-level fiddling (you otherwise need jumper wires and an Arduino to flash the bootloader onto the stock CR-10, and it requires opening the control box).

For a first printer, the Prusa i3 mk3 is probably the better way to go, and it will save you considerable headaches right off the bat, albeit at a cost of ~$440 more.

If you already have a 3d printer, or have the time to learn how to use one, the CR-10 is impossible to beat at the price, comes with premium features normally found on much, much pricier machines, and apart from the notoriously warped aluminum print beds / factory glass build surface, more or less a no-brainer to assemble. The way they bundled the cords to use a single connector at the control box is particularly nice.

Just purchased mine a few months back, and have reasonably good knowledge of pricing for it since release—apart from a guffaw with Wish, where someone didn't setup a promo code properly, and folks were getting these machines (and even the 400 x 400 x 400 and 500 x 500 x 500 mm CR-10 S4 and CR-10 S5 printers for ~70% off—something I'm still angry for missing), this matches the lowest I've seen the vanilla CR-10.

Good machine, just expect to spend a couple hundred $ is man-hours if it's your first printer, and also for Gearbest to take their sweet time in shipping it out. Mine took about three weeks.
Tevo Tornado > CR-10
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Tevo Tornado > CR-10
Both are really solid printers.

One aspect that I love about the CR-10 is the huge community for Support​
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Both are really solid printers.

One aspect that I love about the CR-10 is the huge community for Support​
True, but they're almost identical. Tornado is like an upgraded CR-10.
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Hit the cashback sites for another 4.4-6.6% off, can't say the name but you know...only two main ones.

Oh and these b@$^!@&^%& I just got one with the 11/11 code and this is $20 cheaper!
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I have a cr-10s and you'd be better off doing the upgrades yourself at this price. My filament sensor doesn't even actually work and I've had to do a mod to keep the z-axis motors in sync when powered down. This is a great price, shame it's gearbeast.
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THEGBCR10 code says expired
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It's $299 at light in the box right now. Link below (no ads unlike others)

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It's $299 at light in the box right now. Link below (no ads unlike others)

LIGHTINTHEBOX [lightinthebox.com]
except shipping is $180
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except shipping is $180 lol
Dammit! I was really hoping this was legit. laugh out loud

Any other decent deals for one of these around?
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Dammit! I was really hoping this was legit. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif

Any other decent deals for one of these around?
https://www.gearbest.com/3d-print...tml?wid=21
$460 is lowest I've found right now. All coupon codes are expired.
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I regret not buying 2 when they were $300 last month.
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https://www.gearbest.com/3d-print...tml?wid=21
$460 is lowest I've found right now. All coupon codes are expired.
I was afraid of that Frown
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