... About 2 months later the absent-minded professor (yours truly, Daniel) is catching up on Feedback...
Another recommendation for ThinkPad Lover, aka Tiger. The UXGA T60p he sold me looks like new and the price was great.
Thanks Mark. Enjoy your T60P Flexview there in rural Vermont. Excellent and friendly communication. Highly recommended buyer.
I should have another T60P UXGA Flexview arriving soon. Anyone in the market for a nice one, keep an eye on my listing here: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=99974
I have just installed a brand new fan in my T60p (P/N 41W6403, FRU 41W6407) courtesy of Daniel and now have to look twice to make sure machine is running, since it is so quiet after replacement. Also got a nearly new X41 tablet main battery, so I should be good for awhile. Highly recommend as seller!
Thanks Alex! for an easy transaction with lightning fast payment. Anyone with a noisy fan: I have a couple more Brand New
T60 fans available here: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=97374
This is for ThinkPad Lover.
Daniel is a great person to deal with and he has a huge heart!
I purchased different items from him including a IPS panel for my T60 (15”), a Mini Dock Series 3 + for my W510 (or W410i…not sure if it fits), a battery for my T61p (or T500 that is coming soon…I think it fits it but not sure), a new replacement lid for the T60 incase it ever needs one, two keyboards (blue bumper) for the T60 series, one keyboard for my T43 (again blue bumper) .
Daniel was very understanding of my money issues and worked with me. He is a gentleman through and through! I highly recommend him to anyone that wants to do business with him. BTW, everything was packaged with care and layers of bubble wrap.
What can I say about John? Very polite and respectful... a pleasure to deal with. A very chatty and friendly fellow! I've had a couple of separate transactions with him so far. Each time he followed through on his promise and time frame. Highly recommended buyer.
I have purchased a wifi card from Thinkpad Lover, Intel WM3B2200BG, and the card arrived quickly and in excellent condition. Daniel also went so far as to point me in the right direction for the drivers so that I could get my T40 up and running. I would definitely do business with him again and would not hesitate recommending his services.
Very welcome, Keith. Keith has a big heart. He and his family have gone through some severe trials... "But the meek shall inherit the earth; and shall delight themselves in the abundance of peace
" (Psalm 37:11
, The Holy Bible
) ... God is working in their hearts. Keep seeking Him through Jesus Christ our
LORD (the only One worthy of Worship, the Only One I use the Bow smiley for).
You, your family, and friends there in NJ are in Pastor Daniel's prayers.
I purchased a Genuine Lenovo ThinkPad Battery 47++ from Daniel (ThinkPad Lover
) and could not be happier with it's performance (12+ hours on idle @ 6.71W and 9+ hours active @ 8.31W).
Daniel did inform me that the battery had one cycle on it already which is in line with how I work in retail which really impressed me. He was also quite patient with me while I got the funds together to purchase the battery and again when there was an error in my mailing address and I paid for him to ship it via UPS instead of USPS (due to the ban on LI-ION batteries). Through it all he kept me updated on what was going on and very friendly and professional about it. The battery was shipped in enough foam and bubble wrap that it was hard to feel where the battery actually was inside which I really liked.
I would definitely do business with him again.
It was a pleasure and adventure dealing with Nolan LOL. Good communication and good follow-up. I originally shipped the battery via USPS, (U.S. Postal Service), a little before the USPS ban on international shipment of Li-Ion batteries: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=104014
But the dude had an incomplete address posted at the payment website. So the battery went all the way to Toronto, and came back to me on 5/16/12, the exact
day of the beginning of the USPS ban. I emailed Nolan and he apologized for the oversight and promptly supplied me with his complete address. Great- but now I had to figure out a way to ship him the battery via another carrier, (I am so used to using USPS for international shipments). Well, this was an opportunity to explore the world of UPS (United Parcel Service) international shipping... UPS cost a little bit more but still a reasonable amount for a 2 LB package, well-packed to Toronto. Good thing I'm close to the Canadian border here in New York, as I think distance into the Canadian provinces directly affects the cost calculation for UPS Standard Ground service- which includes fuel surcharges. So it cost a little bit more but the brown truck
UPS guys drove that battery to Canada in exactly 2 days! Wow!
If anyone needs an X200 battery, check here: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=99121
I have some other buyers to say thank you to but I have to run now. I will check my records and add your names to this post else I will make another post soon. I am very grateful to you all.
So far, I have predominantly been a seller (and I want to thank Mr. Bill Morrow
for that opportunity. Highly recommended Senior Forum administrator
)... but soon I will be doing more buying also. I want to encourage fair dealing on the forum. That's why it is so important for buyers to take a moment and leave positive feedback for sellers, especially when they have gone out of their way to answer your questions and accommodate your special needs. An attitude of gratitude
is the sign of a mature and considerate person. Even if you decide not to buy something, it is considerate to send a quick message to any sellers you have contacted and let them know you changed your mind or decided to buy from someone else, especially when a seller has taken their valuable time to check through parts lists and inventory on your behalf! They may also have someone else interested in that part you decided not to buy, and don't know how to proceed... so don't
" leave them hanging *
" (foreign readers, see definition below). I want to especially encourage international buyers
to leave a message when their package has arrived safely, especially small items shipped via USPS First Class Mail, which has limited tracking available. That is the considerate thing to do! And may sellers give an honest assessment of buyers they encounter (publicly praising the good ones and sharing good/not so good experiences with each other privately
), pointing out those who are especially reliable, trustworthy and easy to deal with, thereby encouraging more honesty and uprightness in the buying community.
Let us bring more courtesy, civility, consideration and respect into our communication and dealings on the Forum. In this way it will remain a great alternative to the dangerous world of Ebay and encourage more newbies to sign up and join. This will benefit everyone
: "leave me hanging"
Originating from high-fives. It's considered rude to not return a high-five when someone puts their hand in the air—there's no graceful way for them to lower it without someone returning their high-five. Their hand is left hanging in the air. So, whenever a person leaves another person in a situation where the first person is waiting for a response--and not getting it from the second person--it's referred to as being left hanging."Yo, dude, don't leave me hanging!"
the little YP/Teacher in NYC.
" The Best Teacher is a Lifelong Student.