Hey drop can you check out my tiktok it is ggctech i review stuff i was wondering if you can send something over that i can review or maybe follow i would love reviewing your products sounds interesting.
I have been gone about two years and return to find a completely a different shopping experience. Even though Spring is upon us...I can count ALL the outdoor items on less than my 10 fingers. Is this the norm now from Drop? Thanks
my question is very simple: when will the Dan Durston X-mid 1p tent be available for France?
I know this must have already been discussed and I know I can order it via Amazon.com but it is not the easiest (and cheapest) way to get it.
Please, make it available! Don't let me beg you! ;-)
Hope to hear from you soon with good news.
I bought a Glycine GL0187 and got it about a week ago.
The dial in the picture of the Glycine GL0187 on drop.com is black. The dial on the one i received looks 2/3 faded greyish and the bottom more black. I know it's not, but the dial has the water damaged look. It's not nice and pretty anoying. Any comments?
And this isn't either of them!
The Pandas we're talking about here, are watches, not bears. And what got me thinking about them (again) was a link posted this morning by @cm.rook who pointed a few of us to the very attractive (and not terribly priced) Yema "Rallygraph" Panda which, in it's most traditional arrangement, looks like the one on the left, but can also be had in the version on the right:
The model on the left is a true Panda, while the model on the right is called a reverse Panda.
The reason for that distinction is clear--Panda bears, only come in the first arrangement.
Now, at this point, everyone should be thinking about the most well-know Panda, The Rolex Panda, which is actually a Daytona, and among Rolex Daytonas, the most famous of which is the Paul Newman Daytona, which was famous first, because it was Paul's, and second because it sold at auction for $17.8 million (US Dollars).
The story of that auction is well-known so I'll only...