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    Website update

    I just looked at the Timefactors website to see if there was news on the next opening (although I'm still going to hold out for the PRS29a) and was really impressed with the new look! Very slick!

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    wow that looks super nice

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    Congrats, Eddie! Following this thread with anticipation!

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    Wow looking good 😁 love the new look

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    Looks very good!

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    Looks like Romancart has been been put in the the bin which should please a few people next time there's a new release.

    Looks good.

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    Nice


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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisparker View Post
    Looks like Romancart has been been put in the the bin which should please a few people next time there's a new release.

    Looks good.
    RomanCart is in the bin. I can set the maximum number of orders per session before it turns ordering off and it worked exactly as it should during testing.

    A massive thumbs-up to my nephew for all his hard work.

    Eddie
    Whole chunks of my life come under the heading "it seemed like a good idea at the time".

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    Quote Originally Posted by swanbourne View Post
    RomanCart is in the bin. I can set the maximum number of orders per session before it turns ordering off and it worked exactly as it should during testing.

    A massive thumbs-up to my nephew for all his hard work.

    Eddie
    Sounds great and should make the order process smoother. Looking forward to placing an order in the future (hopefully for the jubilee).

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    Quote Originally Posted by swanbourne View Post
    RomanCart is in the bin. I can set the maximum number of orders per session before it turns ordering off and it worked exactly as it should during testing.

    A massive thumbs-up to my nephew for all his hard work.

    Eddie
    Tell your Nephew thank you from all of us fans.

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    Wow, looks really neat. Congrats to you and your Nephew as well! But where's the "buy" button? ^_^

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    I'm so happy for you Eddie!

    I run a small company and (among other things) we set up online shops for our customers. Shopify is a very good choice for you, kudos to your nephew!

    The new site really is an improvement in every way. I'll keep my fingers crossed for the stress test that is the next ordering window 😉

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    Yes a great family effort, particularly like the clarity of only models currently available, or due in stock being listed.

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    Big improvement!

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    New website looks great Eddie. Glad to hear RC is no more too. Your nephew did a great job.

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    Real improvement. Congrats to you nephew on the great work.

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    I'm glad to hear RomanCart is gone! Will hopefully be a nice smooth ordering process

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    That's a hell of a nephew!

    Looks swish, not bad at all having some sort of wizzzzkid in the family ;)
    Got a new watch, divers watch it is, had to drown the bastard to get it!

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    Looks great! Nice work, really sharp looking site.

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    this a great step forward for 2021. At first i though i'd missed the January Everest sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swanbourne View Post
    RomanCart is in the bin. I can set the maximum number of orders per session before it turns ordering off and it worked exactly as it should during testing.

    A massive thumbs-up to my nephew for all his hard work.

    Eddie
    That’s good to hear Eddie and hopefully it’ll save you a few headaches too. I’ve been using the Shopify platform on one of my sites for a couple of years now and it works well.

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    Been suggesting Shopify for a while, glad you switched, gives you some time back. Recommend “orderly emails” “back in stock” “order printer” and “Omnisend” apps :)

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    New site looks fabulous and easy to understand /negotiate for duffers like myself, the acid test being on the 24th when it goes live. Thanks for all of your and your nephews hard work. Happy Days.

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    I can't find the discontinued models on the bed site anyone know where they are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveya. View Post
    I can't find the discontinued models on the bed site anyone know where they are?

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    No longer there.

    Eddie
    Whole chunks of my life come under the heading "it seemed like a good idea at the time".

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    Quote Originally Posted by swanbourne View Post
    No longer there.

    Eddie
    Ok thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveya. View Post
    Ok thanks

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    https://web.archive.org/web/20200118...mefactors.com/

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    Perfect thanks

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    Just put an order through - super easy.
    Thank you Eddie's nephew :-)

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    Yep, straight through, Baby Willard on the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveya. View Post
    Yep, straight through, Baby Willard on the way

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    Me too.
    Now...to find an 18mm rubber strap :-/

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    Purchase

    Just ordered a couple of TF straps.
    Faultless!
    Well Done Eddie and thanks

    Andy
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    Super easy purchase, this time! Just bought an aviator strap for my PRS29-A. Looking forward to it! Congrats on the site update and everything related to it. Thank you Eddie & nephew.

    Will post pics when it arrives.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveya. View Post
    Yep, straight through, Baby Willard on the way

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    Yeah baby willard as well, got it all done at 14.04, not sure if i was quick enough since i tried Amex first before my mastercard.

    I guess the Amex fees are still too high for a SMBs

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    Quote Originally Posted by trott3r View Post
    Yeah baby willard as well, got it all done at 14.04, not sure if i was quick enough since i tried Amex first before my mastercard.

    I guess the Amex fees are still too high for a SMBs
    My Visa went straight through this time, wouldn't last time had to use debit card

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamch66 View Post
    Me too.
    Now...to find an 18mm rubber strap :-/
    I'm trying to find a Sailcloth in 18mm and nadda

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    I purchased a Baby Dreadnought today and the new website worked very well indeed. Well done Eddie. Just have to hope I was quick enough


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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveya. View Post
    I'm trying to find a Sailcloth in 18mm and nadda
    Try amazon.
    The great thing about capitalism: the customer chooses the winners and losers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abraxas View Post
    Try amazon.
    Cheers I've found 18mm Sailcloths and a diver, 75 quid though blimey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomas_Meinhardt View Post
    Super easy purchase, this time! Just bought an aviator strap for my PRS29-A. Looking forward to it! Congrats on the site update and everything related to it. Thank you Eddie & nephew.

    Will post pics when it arrives.

    Cheers!
    As promised...: the strap arrived a couple of days ago. I will just say two words: killer combo! Thank you Eddie, it fits like a glove. Great quality strap. Next stop: Navigator! Saving up.

    Cheers!




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    Nice strap and good value too.

    I just looked it up on the website though I forgot your PRS 29 has spring bars. Mine has the fixed bars.

    Still looks good though.v




    Quote Originally Posted by Tomas_Meinhardt View Post
    As promised...: the strap arrived a couple of days ago. I will just say two words: killer combo! Thank you Eddie, it fits like a glove. Great quality strap. Next stop: Navigator! Saving up.

    Cheers!




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