Next Sale: Tuesday 19 April 2100UTC

Folks,

Today I have received the latest boards and have tested and encased enough already to say that we’ll be good for a sale tomorrow (19 April 2100UTC).

Sorry sold out: nest sale is due on Tuesday 26 April 2011 21:00UTC.

Many thanks, Howard

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10 Responses to Next Sale: Tuesday 19 April 2100UTC

  1. Roman Khusti says:

    Hello, i would like to purchase 2 dongles, but my delivery adress differs from the one in paypal veryfied. Is that a problem? thank you

    • admin says:

      Hello Roman.

      If the address is different to that on Paypal then we have to manually interrupt our upload between Paypal and Fedex. We can do it, but prefer not to for a number of reasons.

      The manual intervention required may mean that your unit is delayed in dispatch. Worse, if your email with the correct address gets stuck in spam filters then we may never see the address change request.

      In addition, if you choose to use a non-Paypal address, then we have to take a risk in that we do not have what little protection Paypal offers sellers.

      Therefore, we very strongly prefer the use of the correct Paypal address.

      Howard

  2. Dominique says:

    Already sold out ?
    Trying to get to paypal from 18:55 till 19:15 Belgium time but the item was always sold out.

    • Hotze says:

      21:00 UTC is 23:00 local time in Belgium

    • Christian Vogel says:

      The demand for the dongles really is crazy.

      If you look at the comments on earlier sale blog posts you’ll see that batches are normally sold out in one minute or so.

      If you don’t have a properly synchronized clock (DCF77/WWV/GPS/ntp/…) chances are high that you’ll miss the short window of availablility.

      – chris

    • Burns Fisher says:

      I watched my “atomic clock”, and at about 5 seconds before 21:00 I pushed the “order” button. It took that time to crank around and get to the PayPal page, at which time orders had opened up, and mine went through. I checked 5 minutes later and it was still open. So there was at least a 5 minute window to order, it would appear. Good luck next time!

  3. Iliya says:

    Are you selling any Dongles today? I was trying at different times before and right after 21:00 UTC and few minutes later and now but I could not see them available.

    • admin says:

      Hi Iliya

      Yes there was a sale, we have run out but we will be having another sale on Tuesday 26 April.

      Howard

  4. SATO Hideyuki says:

    Dear Howard-san
    I had been apply to purchase the Funcube kit on this web frequently.Unfortunately,
    i could not be purchased.I exepct that i will be able to purchase on this chance.
    For your FUNcube,i ‘m very impressed for your uniqueness project and respect to
    your dedications to proactiveWorld Wide satellite communication and effeorts for kits
    delivery.
    Best Wishes 73 de JJ1RUF SATO Hideyuki at 22:30 UTC

  5. Rob says:

    For all you lucky FUNcube owners,we have a FUNcube and FUNcube dongle yahoo group with 1000 members.

    Pop along and join in the fun, with great support for your dongle and 3rd party software,screenshots and setup guides.

    http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/funcube/

    If you can help with software development for the FCD,we have a FUNcube dongle development group at http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/FCDevelopment/

    AMSAT-UK is working on a new amateur satellite project – FUNcube – that features a 435 to 145 MHz Linear Transponder for SSB/CW operation. The project has received major initial funding from the Radio Communications Foundation (RCF) and is being developed in collaboration with ISIS-Innovative Solutions in Space BV.

    FUNcube is an educational single CubeSat project with the goal of enthusing and educating young people about radio, space, physics and electronics.
    It is anticipated that FUNcube will be launched into a Sun Synchronous Low Earth Orbit about 600-700km above the earth using one of the many launch opportunities that exist for CubeSat missions. In such an orbit the satellite passes over Europe approximately 3 times in the morning, and 3 in the evening, every day, perhaps allowing the morning passes to be used for educational purposes and the evening passes for Amateur Radio communications.

    Rob M0TFO

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