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Buy 20-25 Mayfly Data Loggers and Proto Shields

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    • #12873
      Heath
      Participant

      Hello,

      What is the best way to buy 20-25 of your loggers and wing shields?
      https://www.amazon.com/EnviroDIY-Mayfly-Logger-Arduino-Compatible/dp/B01F9B4WCG
      https://www.amazon.com/Stroud-Water-Research-Center-ProtoShield/dp/B06Y5NP42G

      Looks like I could buy on Amazon, but I thought I might reach out to see if there is a better way.

    • #12874
      Shannon Hicks
      Participant

      For small orders, we only sell through our Amazon storefront. But since you need a large order, it’s best to contact us directly to see what we can do for you. You can send me an email at mayfly@envirodiy.org and we can continue the discussion there.

    • #14310
      Jim Moore
      Participant

      @shicks

      Amazon says the protoshield is unavailable.  Are there any plans to restock?  I need 2-3 protoshields.

    • #14512
      Jim Moore
      Participant

      Any updates on the availability of the Protosheilds?

      • #14541
        Shannon Hicks
        Participant

        I sent more protoshields to Amazon earlier this week, so they should be available as soon as Amazon processes the incoming shipment.

    • #14582
      Jim Moore
      Participant

      @shicks
      I just checked Amazon and no Protoshields showing.  I guess shipment processing isn’t one day turnaround!

    • #14596
      Jim Moore
      Participant

      @shicks

      I checked Amazon and finally discovered that “envirodiy mayfly protoshield” works for a search.  Did not have envirodiy in my search query.

    • #14597
      Jim Moore
      Participant

      @shicks

      I checked Amazon and finally discovered that “envirodiy mayfly protoshield” works for a search.  Did not have envirodiy in my search query.

      I just bought the last one so guess time to restock

    • #14598
      Shannon Hicks
      Participant

      They were in stock and available for a few weeks, but I guess they’re popular again. We’ve been offering the protoshield for several years, but demand for these tends to fluctuate more than any of the other things we offer, so it’s difficult to predict.

      A tip for finding our items on Amazon: only in-stock items can be found using the Amazon search bar. If an item is out of stock, Amazon will remove the listing from their search results and you’ll never find it by searching. However, you can always find the listing by clicking on the static URL for each item. For example, all of the Amazon listing are linked on the Mayfly’s main page and the accessory page: https://www.envirodiy.org/mayfly/hardware/accessories/

      You can also use a search engine like Google to find any of our items on Amazon, even if they’re not currently in stock.

    • #14604
      neilh
      Participant

      Hello I’ve just had a request to quote for a number of water monitoring devices, each one includes a Mayfly. I’ve put on the response quote subject to availability of the Stroud Water Research Center’s Mayfly.

      Is it useful to be able to indicate potential demand?. Its a pretty typical thing for selling that there is a demand forecast.
      Some amazon listings indicate how many are in stock, that would be useful to now.
      When I request amazon if I can put 20 units in my shopping basket it says there is only a limit of 10 allowed.

      Just checking what the thoughts are for scaling availability?

      • #14605
        Shannon Hicks
        Participant

        We’re planning to implement a separate online storefront for bulk quantities for instances like this, which will make purchasing large quantities much easier than buying lots of our single-packaged units from Amazon. Not sure of the exact date we’ll start, but hopefully very soon. In the meantime, if you just need estimates on when a certain number of boards or other EnviroDIY items are available, email me at mayfly@envirodiy.org and we can tell you the exact state of our inventory.

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