I'm interested in getting a ~10" and ~12" skillet. By steel, I mean no cast iron nor stainless steel, just regular plain old 'carbon' steel. I'm looking for something nominally 3mm thick so, maybe a Darto out of Argentina or something from Europe from Mauviel, Mafter, or DeBuyer.
Amazon doesn't offer much and Ebay is way expensive during the current crisis. What options is everyone using to get the better steel skillets at reasonable pricing?
I'm thinking for of a French skillet style versus a fry pan but, I'm open to other suggestions.
Massdrop to Europe!
In europe, It's a pain having to go trough customs to buy in massdrop.
It would be awesome if we could have a massdrop for europe.
I know the products would be different but we had to start somewere... :)
In my experience, good bicycles are a very active niche market akin to headphones and keyboards. People try out new components, accessories, apparel and even new bikes constantly. And it's a market where tons of new innovations come out every year. There are a lot of competitor shopping websites but Massdrop should consider its edge.
Post your bike if you'd like to support the idea.
And join the vote here: https://www.massdrop.com/vote/New-Communities-Poll-1
I personally would love to see a community based on furniture. Modern, country, diy, esc. Love modern furniture myself and always seem to be looking for pieces to buy like a desk for my computer or a dresser or a nice t.v. stand and so on. Wondering if anyone else would like that.
Let’s talk about International E-Commerce Shipping!
There’s a common misconception that International shipping at Drop is “slow and awful”. We want to take a moment to provide some details (and data!) about how International E-commerce shipping works, and what the experience looks like from end to end.
When people think about courier services delivering packages, they typically think of a Fedex (or UPS, or DHL) truck picking up the box, putting it on a Fedex truck, flying to another country, putting it on another Fedex truck, and then finally delivering it to your doorstep. This is known as end-to-end delivery, and it’s an amazing and incredible service that is extremely expensive.
For example, a 20x30x15cm box that weighs 1.5 kg (this is the typical metric dimensions of a headphone or keyboard shipment) going from NY, USA to London, UK costs $240 for 5-day end-to-end service via Fedex. That is the retail rate charged to a customer that walks into a Fedex depot. For large businesses that ship a lot, you can...
Hi there! I just had a few questions regarding ordering from Massdrop in Canada. I am currently in Vancouver, so pretty close to the border.
I am just wondering, I wanted to get the 58Xs since I've heard very good things, and I am just wondering, what would I be expected to pay in terms of fees and taxes? When I check out, it only says I am paying for shipping which is 15 USD, but there's no mention of the tax.
Would it even be worth it to purchase these headphones from Canada if the fees would be enormous when I do end up getting them?
And also, one final question, does anyone know how long it would take to receive the item? Would Covid have any effect on the delivery time at all? Sorry for any dumb questions, I am just super new to all of this haha, but I appreciate the help nonetheless! Thanks!
Hey! I recently bought myself an Amp and a DAC from this website, and I absolutely love them. My birthday is just over a month away, and I wanted to buy myself a nice pair of headphones from this website to get the most out of my DAC and Amp.
My question is, does Massdrop do any sort of promotion for users on their birthday? If not that’s fine, figured I’d ask before buying some headphones and missing a promo.
I was thinking either the HD6XX or Meze 99 Noir, both are very tempting.
I have a simple request for you folks.
You know how you're working with builders like QSP and now Artisan to do collections?
That's kinda cool.
You know how when you try to log into EDC now the only thing you can see is that collection?
My request: don't do that. Let people click through at the top of your page to the regular sales page. This thing you do where people want to look at one thing and you're going to make them look at something else instead and hope they just decide to buy that, because herp de derr? That's bush league.