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nea tizzy
08-05-03, 07:56 am
Anyone know where to get some? I got my cubes on sale in the U.S, but I dont live there so I can't get my coroplast there.

Briana D
08-07-03, 06:47 am
Call around to sign shops. That is where most people find it.

mane3862
04-12-05, 06:46 am
Apparently, coroplast is called "kanalplast" or "multiglas" in Sweden. You can order multiglas from Beijers for example, but it's really expensive (about 1000-3000:- for one unit), so I'm looking for other options. Cubes on the other hand I found relly cheap at Rusta (199:- for 30 pieces) but unfortunately it seems like they won't be selling it anymore :(

_Anja_
06-06-05, 02:51 pm
Cubes on the other hand I found relly cheap at Rusta (199:- for 30 pieces) but unfortunately it seems like they won't be selling it anymore :(

Are you sure they don't sell it anymore? The cubes are still on Rustas webpages, so I sent them an e-mail and asked, I hope they'll answer..

mane3862
06-06-05, 02:55 pm
Well, it's a good thing they have it on their webpage again, that might bring some hope! At the end of March they removed it from the webpage. When I called them I was told that if they don't have it on the webpage they're not selling it anymore. However, they did a search for me, and said that there were a few boxes left at Barkaby (Stockholm) and in Västerås. But if they brought it back online they might have ordered more, let's hope!

_Anja_
06-24-05, 11:16 am
I bought cubes at Rusta a couple of days ago, at their store in Norby. 199 SEK for 30 pieces =)

Lillatrasdockan
04-21-07, 01:42 am
oh, do they still have those now? god I want them so bad! :P

_Anja_
04-21-07, 12:10 pm
I don't think they have them anymore, but I'm not quite sure.