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Hey, so I just bought my first setup. I bought a package from a sporting goods store, because it was a pretty decent deal (or so we thought).
It was a package that was all M3 millennium stuff (which I had never heard of), but the guy working there assured me they have been around for a while.

$330

Board is the Millennium three Riot
Boots are Millennium Three
Bindings are Millennium Three Aspect.
What are your thoughts?



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Anyone have any thoughts at all? Please share.
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I don't quite get why you would ask for opinions AFTER buying it.... unless you can get it returned?

How good of a deal you got depends on how much you paid for it. M3 is not particularly well-regarded among the denizens here, but I never personally tried their products so I can't say much.
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I don't quite get why you would ask for opinions AFTER buying it.... unless you can get it returned?

How good of a deal you got depends on how much you paid for it. M3 is not particularly well-regarded among the denizens here, but I never personally tried their products so I can't say much.
I can return it as of now.
I paid $330 for it too.
I'm just a little concerned because it doesn't seem like they're in business anymore.

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M3 died a few years back. Then they made M4 and that died too. Now I think they are known as Artec.

I have a M3 Hardcore. It was cheap and I had fun using it, but I'd never buy anything M3 again. If you can take it back and get something newer.


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330 ain't bad for a whole setup. Are you a beginner? Or intermediate? If the latter definitely return it and invest in something better.
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I would definitely classify myself as an Intermediate (Rails, jumps, flying down the hill)
I could return the stuff. But if I'm not going to be able to get a deal like this, I could deal with it.

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