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Offline Dusty.Tools

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Re: Systainer clone
« Reply #60 on: March 31, 2019, 12:42 AM »
FYI

I posted a review of Auer's Assortment (Small parts) boxes on ToolGuyd:

https://toolguyd.com/auer-packaging-assortment-boxes-for-organizing-small-parts/

Conclusion, if you live in the EU these are a very good product to consider.
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Offline DeformedTree

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Re: Systainer clone
« Reply #61 on: March 31, 2019, 11:32 AM »
So reading what you posted, your saying they don't ship to the US?  I've been looking at their stuff on their website and they allow you to select dollars and the US.  I've been wondering if they really do ship to the US.

I'm not interested in the stuff you reviewed, but other products they sell.  Their prices are a fraction of what other companies charge for similar things here, so I'm fine with paying a fair bit for shipping.  Their catalog is full of wonderful stuff and it's cheap, yet it looks like and sounds like this could be another case of being punished for living on the walled off island that is the US.

When a bin cost 10-14 bucks from them, and similar/same bin cost 50-80 bucks here, it gets your attention.  The real annoying part is companies that sell similar products (Euro-norm bins) tend to not carry those products in the US.  Sortimo has some representation in the US, but they don't sell the product line I'm interested in, same for other companies of plastic bins.  It's very frustrating. 


Offline Dusty.Tools

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Re: Systainer clone
« Reply #62 on: April 02, 2019, 12:44 AM »
So reading what you posted, your saying they don't ship to the US?  I've been looking at their stuff on their website and they allow you to select dollars and the US.  I've been wondering if they really do ship to the US.

I'm not interested in the stuff you reviewed, but other products they sell.  Their prices are a fraction of what other companies charge for similar things here, so I'm fine with paying a fair bit for shipping.  Their catalog is full of wonderful stuff and it's cheap, yet it looks like and sounds like this could be another case of being punished for living on the walled off island that is the US.

When a bin cost 10-14 bucks from them, and similar/same bin cost 50-80 bucks here, it gets your attention.  The real annoying part is companies that sell similar products (Euro-norm bins) tend to not carry those products in the US.  Sortimo has some representation in the US, but they don't sell the product line I'm interested in, same for other companies of plastic bins.  It's very frustrating.

Correct, no shipping to the US unless you arrange it yourself. I tried doing that with DHL (Fedex) and failed.


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