You will have to purchase the Soft Pots. For each size your want there is a minimum of 2 each. The small linears (50mm) are $20; the medium (200mm) are $25; and the large (500mm) are $28. The rotary Soft Pots will be $20 (40mm) and $25 (58mm). The shipping charge is going to be about $30. A minimum 2 each of each kind would be about $266. Do you still want samples? You will have to pay in advance. Best regards, David
Thank you for answering my questions as best you could David. At this time i am not interested in buying anything until i can make sure that the product i am willing to pay alot of my money for, is worth it. That is the reason i wanted to sample your product and not buy your product first. If i am confused, and for every possible client you get, you charge them almost 300 dollars to sample around 12 softpots ( 3 linear, and 3 rotary ), then i am sorry. I was also interested on how you ship your products, because if you product is as "rugged" and "long lasting" i don't believe sending a few paper thin samples in a large envelope , possibly with lined bubble wrap would total 30 dollars. If i am completely wrong about everything, i am truly sorry if i offended you by going to a superior of yours, but i never received an answer from you, leading me to believe that the samples were sent to the wrong address by mistake. If the reason you are interested in charging me, is because i asked for a large quantity of samples, i would have not been offended if you told me that the quantity of samples i ordered was over the regular amount.Thank you for the e-mails, and despite this back and forth, i hope to one day become a customer of yours.
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but either way, how was my response to him... too dramatic?
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So, before we get the lynch mob together, I was wondering about inviting Spectra to respond here, which might be a more useful exercise.Anybody object if I send them a link and invite them to respond?--Phil.
yea, asking them to view and possibly reply to this might be a good idea, but they probably wont swing for it.
Y'know, I looked twice and nowhere on that screenshot did I see "free samples". Request samples, yeah, but nowhere do they claim they are free.-j
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