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MayFly Kit/Bee Adapter availability December 2019

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    • #13419
      Dan
      Participant

      I noticed both the LTE Bee Adapter and the Mayfly Data Logger Starter Kit are unavailable on Amazon. Are there plans to replenish stock in the near future? Thanks.

    • #13420
      Shannon Hicks
      Keymaster

      We are temporarily sold out of both right now but will hopefully get more in stock soon, though I don’t have an estimated date for that yet.

    • #13423
      Shannon Hicks
      Keymaster

      Update: I shipped some kits to Amazon this evening, so they should be available again by this weekend or early next week. The LTEbee adapter boards will be a longer wait though.

    • #13493
      Carl
      Participant

      Hi. When do you think the LTE bee adapter boards will be available? I’ve bought the starter kit and sensor and am working on all the other bits and pieces now. Thanks

    • #13494
      Carl
      Participant

      Same question regarding the – Grove 6-pin Screw Terminal and Grove 3.5mm Stereo Jack Adapter.

    • #13495
      Shannon Hicks
      Keymaster

      All the starter kits I sent to Amazon at the beginning of the month sold out within a few days of being back in stock. I’m still waiting on the shipment from the manufacturer to get all of our products back in stock on Amazon. The holidays kind of mess up the schedules. I’ll post an update whenever I have an estimate on when everything will be available again.

    • #13605
      Shannon Hicks
      Keymaster

      We finally received the Mayfly boards and other accessories, so we’re working to get everything tested, packaged, and shipped to Amazon as quickly as possible. Everything will hopefully be available online again by this weekend or early next week.

    • #14099
      Jaspholm
      Participant

      Anyone knows where one can buy a Mayfly board nowadays? Amazon won’t ship outside the US, at least not to Europe. Been looking everywhere to no avail.

      -juha

       

    • #14189
      Matt Findley
      Participant

      Any plans to restock Amazon with Mayfly boards anytime soon?  … would love to pick up a few for this field season.  Thanks much,  Matt

      • #14194
        Shannon Hicks
        Keymaster

        We received a shipment of new boards from the manufacturer last week, and I’m working right now on testing and packaging everything, so we’ll be sending them to Amazon next week and they should be available on there shortly after that.

    • #14249
      neilh
      Participant

      I could be needing about 6 Mayfly’s + 1 LTE Adapter Board – where is the best way of placing an order, many thanks Neil

      • #14251
        Shannon Hicks
        Keymaster

        As stated above, I’m prepping the products right now for shipment to Amazon, so they should be available whenever Amazon receives them, processes them, and lists them as available on their system again. I have no idea how long their side of things will take, sometimes it’s only a few days, but lately it’s been more like a week or more. Amazon is still our only sales outlet, so there’s no other ways to purchase them.

    • #14254
      Dave
      Participant

      Thanks for the update Shannon – we have 12 out in the field for collecting soil moisture in a project with the USFS – I should probably update that thread. We are looking to buy 15 more for installation in Vermont now, too.

      One cool piece of info for you all is that the Mayflys we had installed over-winter in northern NH made it through -20F temperatures outside their casing. We had a deep cycle battery and solar panel and they capture soil moisture dynamics during winter/spring transition – the first time that has been documented.

      A broader question – would Stroud/EnviroDIY like info on how we are using these devices as part of research work? I imagine it may help SWRC’s outreach efforts?

    • #14293
      Shannon Hicks
      Keymaster

      For anyone looking or an update on board availability: We sent a huge shipment of boards, kits, and adapters to Amazon almost 3 weeks ago, they received them a few days later but still have not processed them and added them back into their inventory. So we’re still waiting for that to happen, and the products will not show up on Amazon until they’ve processed that shipment. Sorry for the delay.

    • #14295
      neilh
      Participant

      Thanks for the headsup.  I was checking yesterday so wondering what the status was. Many thanks

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