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I sure do miss the former MASSDROP. Writing, cooking, baking, sewing/quilts . . . I can see that a whole chunk of we MD lovers were cast aside. I enjoyed it and shopped it a lot.
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Padams2359
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May 1, 2020
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How many watches, knives and flashlights do we need?
May 1, 2020
edave
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Jan 25, 2020
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Yep, MD is all about selling knives now.
Jan 25, 2020
J.Frank
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Jan 14, 2020
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Gonna have to join in on this and hope it helps illuminate the score for newer members. I used to shop mass drop with some regularity. Seems for the past year or two though every time I say to myself "wow, I REALLY need to log into Massdrop and pick up X, Y, or Z like I said I would," I only log in to discover that the community I was hoping to participate in and spend money on has been "sunset" in favor of another, better grossing community. I understand that Massdrop, or Drop.com or whatever we're calling it now is a business and business is about making money. I just feel like I got dealt a bad hand because when I joined Massdrop years ago, I (stupidly) fell for the pitch about it being a community driven market place; its not. Its just a marketplace. Down to the brand invested partnership products. Ultimately, I think that the mods put it in their best words when they updated the community about these types of matters: "Today we are a community-focused product company that has evolved from a group-buying site aimed at sourcing the best products for our members." It just hurts a little on the inside coming back from time to time to see more of a titanic product focused company and less of a resource used for getting the best products at the best prices in unique communities. But I guess, who could have possibly foreseen people becoming invested with a sense of community over a website based around forming strong communities...Oh wait-
Jan 14, 2020
dholik8503
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Jan 27, 2020
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When did the old “MassDrop” go away? I used to enjoy the communities, even if I did not want to purchase anything. For example, quilting....”Drop” is a disaster!
Jan 27, 2020
ravkesef
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Apr 29, 2020
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I miss the old MD a great deal. I bought cooking items, and yes—some knives. Pens—many of them. A variety of other items. Saphir shoe polish, and goodness knows what else. And now, all of these are missing. I’m not certain who it is that Drop is catering to, but the variety is gone, and that means that the target audience has an extremely limited range of needs. Who is that target audience—People who just need the same things over and over? I have no way of knowing, but I’ll bet the shipping department is nowhere near as busy as it used to be. How very sad. It gives ever appearance of being a company that’s in its downward spiral, moving slowly, but inexorably toward—The End.
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Apr 29, 2020
Falkon114
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Jan 6, 2020
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Yeah I stumbled across MD a couple years ago and it was perfect to find really neat things for people. Now it's mostly underwhelming... Please let me know if you've found an alternative!
Jan 6, 2020
paulapinzon
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Dec 30, 2019
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Me too!!!! 😩💦
Dec 30, 2019
isisisi
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Dec 14, 2019
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Agreed. Just joined and honestly I am kind of disappointed. I should have joined when it was still the old way.
Dec 14, 2019