I usually order my fittings through PrimoChill. Never failed me, no reason to switch. I'm on my umpteenth something build. That's alot of not failing, or corroding. The colors stay vibrant for years. I dig the UV line up. (😎 Mostly Neon Green)
The only time I had to deal with customer service was over the package being late due to the shipping company. (NO I DIDNT LOOK FIRST,I just went into meltdown mode.)The customer service was top notch. Dude was a living breathing fxcking human who gave a shxt about me and getting my shit. Turns out UPS said it was on the door and it was in the mailbox. I still send these guys pics of my builds with their parts. Love em.
Let me start by saying that I do like the quality of most of the materials, and overall it is a nice bench, but there are a few things that really bothered me with this. My Biggest issue is the radiator mount. Upon mounting the radiator in the bracket and installing it on the bench, the block of an AIO will not reach the CPU and that alone makes this product useless to me. I also have some qualms with how the PSU can only be mounted on the left side/HDD can only be mounted on the right side which is the opposite of the orientation of the SATA ports/power plugs on your motherboard. The instruction booklet says, "These brackets are modular and can be oriented on either side" except the mounting holes on the left and right side are not spaced the same. The material quality overall is great, but the nylon screws are junk. Finally, my instruction booklet has some serious printing issues. I had to find a pdf of the booklet and print my own.
The bottom line - I gave it two stars instead of one solely because I like how sturdy the bench is, but design flaws cripple it's functionality. And after spending $300+ on a product, that is simply unacceptable.
Purchased these to place on the hoses my wife uses for her Inogen O2 Concentrators. They do an excellent job keeping kinks in the hoses from developing at critical points.
EK, Bitspower, Monsoon... I've used a fair amount of fittings and Primochill has always been by far the easiest to work with. Even when the compression fitting isn't snug (my fault) the barbs never let go.
Having small dark photos at some key steps and some sort of instructions does not suffice. This is constructed in such a way that sometimes it is counter-intuitive and not having clear instructions and photos that are clearly illustrative throughout and not merely only for the parts list.
Great product though but you have to spend way too much time figuring things out instead of just going ahead and putting it together.