Fuzebox - back in stock timeframe?
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Fuzebox - back in stock timeframe?

by josthosul on Tue Sep 20, 2011 6:40 pm

Hey all,
I'm new to the forums, so I apologize if this is the wrong place to ask this. I really want to get the Fuzebox Starter Pack (but ever since I've seen it, it has been out of stock). I have fallen instantly in love with the design and would like to be able to take advantage of the sale price to get a full Fuze setup (100.00 is a nice price). My question is thus, when will the product be back in stock? I'm not asking for an exact date - more like if there is some kind of delay preventing it from getting back in stock. I have noticed a lot of the components sold by adafruit that make up the kit are also getting sold out - so I'm worried that individual inventory will take forever to overlap. Also, I'm curious whether it will still be on sale when it does come back. I really want to get to making it soon!
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Re: Fuzebox - back in stock timeframe?

by adafruit on Tue Sep 20, 2011 7:36 pm

hi,

thanks for the note! there isn't an ETA at this time.

thanks,
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Re: Fuzebox - back in stock timeframe?

by rwizard on Thu Sep 22, 2011 10:18 am

Perhaps you could share a bit more info with your loyal fans ?

The Fuzebox is one of several items that I have been experiencing time dilation with (10 to 14 days in your space-time has been a much longer period in mine).

Are you having some sort of supply/inventory issue on a more general scale? What, specifically, is the hangup with the Fuzebox? Will it ever be back in stock? Should I just download the Eagle files and go it on my own? I'd much rather send the money to you.

I am also wondering about "Microbuilder LPC1343 2.8" TFT Touch LCD+SD breakout board" and "2.8 TFT Touch Shield for Arduino - 2.8" (along with some other things).

We're loyal folks, and we can be patient, but it is much easier to be patient when one doesn't suspect that they are being treated like a mushroom. A little proactive communication can go a very long way towards keeping unruly mobs of peasants from taking up torches and pitchforks ;^) .

Not trying to be a troublemaker, just trying to know what is going on so I can make decisions about whether to continue patiently waiting, or to look for other options.

Thanks!

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