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European distribution

Postby gadgetman2000 » August 8th, 2012, 1:20 pm

I was thinking about purchasing a pair of wheels from Flo, but the shipping costs seem extremely high (other than the $70 option that I presume will be pretty slow)

Have flow considered any form of European distribution that would mean we don't have to pay half the price of a wheel for shipping?

I don't mean this as a criticism - I can't imagine you are making a profit from the shipping, but if you could find someone this side of the Atlantic to stock your wheels you could have a whole new market.
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Re: European distribution

Postby Chris Thornham » August 16th, 2012, 2:18 pm

gadgetman2000 wrote:I was thinking about purchasing a pair of wheels from Flo, but the shipping costs seem extremely high (other than the $70 option that I presume will be pretty slow)

Have flow considered any form of European distribution that would mean we don't have to pay half the price of a wheel for shipping?

I don't mean this as a criticism - I can't imagine you are making a profit from the shipping, but if you could find someone this side of the Atlantic to stock your wheels you could have a whole new market.


Using distributors doesn't allow us to keep the same low prices. We know shipping is expensive and it's the reason we offer the "affordable" $70 option you saw. It's definitely not overnight but many people have used it and have already received their wheels.

I hope that makes sense. Let me know if you have any additional questions.
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