The price range sounds reasonable to me. Especially, if future games
and so on will be able to use the headband etc it would be a miner
On 6/24/11, Jeremy Kaldobsky <jer...@kaldobsky.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the info Trouble, I think that pretty much closes the door on the
> free shipping option. I'll admit, I'm disappointed, but honestly when I
> started the idea of sending out physical items I fully expected to pay for
> shipping. To get an idea, I put the package specs in to a shipping cost
> estimator and came up with the following 2 estimations. If I mailed this to
> Nocturnus, in Texas, it estimates a cost of $2.28 with the cheapest option.
> Even this lowest option guessed the package would arrive in about 3 days.
> I'm quite far across the country in Michigan, so I think this just about
> represents the highest cost to ship to any of the mainland states. I put in
> your address Dark, and it estimated $7.39 but was unable to guess how long
> the delivery would take.
> These shipping estimates are much more reasonable now, compared to when I
> first tried them. Originally I wasn't far enough along so I didn't have
> exact package dimensions and weight to enter in to the cost estimator.
> Apparently that helps a lot, because I'm pretty sure I remember seeing
> estimates twice this size.
> If I assemble them for free, and only charge for materials, it would add
> about $4 on to the shipping fees. It is a shame that those who live outside
> of the US would be paying more, but does $6.30 through about $11.40 seem
> like a low enough price that this is worth doing? My first thoughts would
> be to charge only shipping and materials, and allow people to add in a "tip"
> if they wanted to give me something toward the time of assembling
> everything, but I don't know if that's such a good idea haha. This would
> seem like the nicest option, but I have a feeling most people would only pay
> the minimum price. I guess I don't know, so I welcome anyone else's
> thoughts on this.
> Ron brings up an interesting thought. If he was able to send CDs to other
> blind individuals, does this mean he could have sent this materials out for
> free as well? I guess I'm just thinking out loud, but I wonder if I could
> send a bunch to someone, who could then turn around and mail them out
> individually for free.
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