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Case Labs selling in europe ?

post #1 of 9
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i have a quastion for the Case Labe guys

are you guys gone make and sell your super nice case's in europe any time in the future
or is the and company that sells them for you over in europe
if i want to order TH10 and ship it to europe (holland) it will cost me so much monney that i can olmost buy 2 TH10's when i live in the us


thanks
post #2 of 9
I would also like to know answer to this question
500 dollars case + 500 dollars shippment + 25% or more Tax = 1250 dollars
It is tooo much frown.gif
post #3 of 9
Thread Starter 
maby they can sent us the drawings so we make is ower self whistle.gif
post #4 of 9
Pretty sure they can flat-pack some of their cases to make shipping less costly. You'll need to assemble such a case yourself.
post #5 of 9
Dude, I had Th10 before and it cost me $850 in full package. I was happy then. Quit complaining, just buy it if you REALLY like it or not.
post #6 of 9
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by danny.nguyen View Post

Dude, I had Th10 before and it cost me $850 in full package. I was happy then. Quit complaining, just buy it if you REALLY like it or not.



i am not complaining just asking
i realy want a case labs case but only the high cost is stopping me from ordering it
post #7 of 9
Yeah I understand. There is another option.... sea shipping if you can wait until received it. I know it's long time to wait but it's the only cheapest shipping option.
post #8 of 9
Let me start by saying that I'm in favor of anything that lowers shipping costs. The FedEx rep is almost afraid to visit us knowing I'll hit her up for lower prices wink.gif

USPS is good for small packages, but FedEx blows them away for many parts of the world (often by 50% or more). The other problem is that there are countries (like Australia) that have high fees imposed on the carriers themselves and I'm not talking about customs fees that are paid by the consumer. A good example of this is that shipping to New Zealand is about 20-40% less expensive than Australia. There is no reasonable explanation for that, other than that the carriers are getting hit with other costs.

Shipping by sea is not an option. To make it work, you would need to ship a significant number of cases to a single destination. I've had several people look into freight forwarding services only to find that they can't do any better. I am completely open to any ideas though.

Our products aren't designed for retail distribution (too many options and accessories). That isn't going to change - in fact, we'll only have more as time goes on.I want to offer an unprecedented level of customization while keeping our prices in line with other high end manufacturers. I'm a big believer in distributed manufacturing, so someday, I'd like to have service centers in other parts of the world.

We are looking into ways to reduce the shipping costs and will continue to do so. An example of that is the STH10. Although it is much larger than the M8, the cost to Australia is only about 10% more (flat-packed). We have redesigned the pedestals so that an MH10 and Extended Pedestal can ship in a TH10 carton which is much less expensive that the two package design we had before. We have a new FedEx ground service to Canada that is less expensive. In short, we'll never stop looking for better ways to meet your needs.

Thanks! smile.gif
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post #9 of 9
Dont get me wrong...I know that Case Labs is doing everything they can to reduce cost of shipping.
And i kinda understand why they dont want / cant open store in Europe.
I'm slowly saving my money, but it looks like I'll have 1250+ dollars for case for Christmas smile.gif
But, I'll have it!!!! smile.gif
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