There's a problem dealing with the Rotate Fun factory or owner. He is reluctant to sell machines overseas due to a warranty issue that occurred in the past. What happens if there is an accident and a machine arrrives damaged?
In the case of the Huky, the builder has been shipping out replacement parts and covering warranty damage without much issue. There is enought cushion in the selling price to cover unexpected problems from his side. In addition he communicates with customers, ships quickly, provides spare parts and accessories, takes paypal, etc.
The Rotate fun is mostly lightweight metal except for the frame, the front bearing is essentially an open rivet. This is because there is bean contact with the front bearing. (It's replaceable)
Anyone who buys a machine in Taiwan, is going to get a local warranty; and shipping problems would be the responsibility of the sender. Although the Rotate Fun is a cute machine, it's not a mini drum roaster like the Huky or Quest.