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When I want a new domain, I usually use GoDaddy to check, and another registrar to register. This is because GoDaddy check my wanted domain against the most TLD's.

Are there any other sites/registrars that checks against more TLD's?

What I want is to type my wanted second-level domain.. Ex: bobsplace. And then it searches through bobsplace.com bobsplace.net bobsplace.me etc, and reports back to me which is availible or not

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EDIT: You are looking for something like this.

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Well, no. What I want is to type my wanted second-level domain.. Ex: bobsplace. And then it searches through bobsplace.com bobsplace.net bobsplace.me etc, and reports back to me which is availible or not. –  Christian W Mar 14 '11 at 13:22
    
Correct. If you would edit your answer to contain this info I will give you the correct answer :) –  Christian Wattengård Mar 14 '11 at 14:14

Try http://www.101domain.com/ - This is one of the most comprehensive domain registrycheckers featuring 1113 Domain Name Extensions!! You can Search All Top Extensions from: Asian Domains African Domains European Domains North American Domains Central American Domains South American Domains and Oceanian Domains.

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All registrars check against the master database. Assuming they're halfway competent (and they basically are) there is no difference.

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