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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Poolside, Mar 12, 2011.
Answers are here http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=14523744&postcount=1
thanks. that link above answers 50 million questions in amazing detail, but i'll be damned if i can find the answer to mine.
that post must've been done by an engineer.
(poolside.... ask mully about me. he will fill you in.)
Yes the ICE Cool requires the IICE Air to function properly
Good question, one that could use a more detailed answer. I posted up a response in the GSpot thread:
so the IICE AIR is still for sale? The thread is pretty specific about it not being for sale anymore...
Did you try to order one?
There will be some extra units available. Send me a PM if you're interested.
<table border="0" cellpadding="5" width="650"><tr><td>Whereabouts report.
Hello folks. I'm just getting back into the swing of things over here. Last week my stepfather took ill and that required all of my attention on a whole host of matters. Those of you in your 50s will understand that.
Anyway, push everything ahead 10 days from last week and you'll have the new shipping schedule. I'll catch up with PMs and emails over the next couple of days. (Did that make any sense?) It will be nice to get in front of the workbench!
<BR>Here's the complete list of customer initials and destination states.
SCROLL DOWN TO THE BOTTOM, for the current list.
D.Y., FL Shipped
D.R., KS Shipped
M.J.S., CA Shipped
F.P., TN Shipped
R.B.W., KY Shipped
F.F., CO Shipped
B.B.Y., NJ Shipped as of 02/07
M.P., FL Shipped as of 03/03
D.R., CA Shipped as of 03/16
USBA, IN Shipped as of 04/11
E.C., CA Shipped as of 05/25
M.S., NC Shipped as of 07/12
H.K., FL Shipped as of 07/31
K.K., WI Shipped as of 09/10
M.C.&A., MD Shipped as of 12/16
T.L., NC Shipped as of 01/07
D.M., Canada US shipped 04/13 - Int'l shipped 04/16
J.S., TN US shipped 07/12 - Int'l shipped 07/15
T.V., FL US shipped 07/31 - Int'l shipped 08/01
A.H., South Africa
W.S., NY US shipped 10/03 - Int'l shipped 10/04
V.C., United Kingdom
C.R., AK<a name="latest"></a>
D.J., ID US shipped 11/13 - Int'l shipped 11/14
G.B., NV US shipped 12/05 - Int'l shipped 12/06
D.W., Canada      Click here to order.
S.J., CA Shipped 12/06
D.S., OH US shipped 03/21 - Int'l shipped 03/24
K.B., MN      Click here to order.
R.J., United Kingdom
F.P., TN      Take a look at a build process - Click here
T.S., CA Shipped 07/18
A.I., Israel Int'l shipped 08/09
G.B., Israel Int'l shipped 10/14
That amounts to over 650 pieces.
The IICE Airs are built in 30 piece quantities.
A batch may have fewer than 30 recipients, as some people ordered more than one piece.
thanks for the update!
<table border="0" cellpadding="5" width="650"><tr><td>Awww man, I moved the list in here, and changed the links pointing to it, but forgot to update it. This batch of 30 I've been catching up on over the past week will probably start the potting process tomorrow.
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Big News! - 30 More IICE Airs Available!
We have components remaining to build 30 more IICE Airs! After these orders are shipped, Johnjen and I will be setting up to manufacture the upcoming IICE Cool product.
Get the IICE Air here:
The IICE Air is $75, plus $7.50 shipping to 50 states, and sales tax if shipped to a California address.
The IICE Air fits all fuel-injected BMW models.
One size fits all!
I see you are upset about it, are you aware you're not in this batch?
Why wouldn't I be upset? I was quoted a three week delivery time and it has been almost three months with the target shipping date having changed at least a 1/2 dozen times. And I don't understand how my initials and state have been well up in the 2nd to the last batch since I ordered and paid in full on March 5, 2012 and now they are suddenly in the last group? I trust you understand, Jim...That's it for me.
I trust you will be standup about refunding my full purchase price immediately on an item I have never received.
I am not an apologist for Poolside, he doesn't need one, but my sincere advice is to chill out. PS has a life beyond making these devices for our use. Waiting a few months will not stop you from enjoying your 2010 GSA as it is. Sweet anticipation. Life is good, relax.
And you're complaining? All of us who ordered when the Aire was first announced waited a hell of a lot longer than that. All that history is spelled out word for word through this entire thread. Myself, I ordered in March 2011 and received the product in September. 2011. Quoted the same three week turnaround as you and everyone else. I don't call this out to demean Poolside and his production schedule, rather to point out that the delays are well-documented, and frankly, should be expected by now.
I "paid my money and I took my chances" which seems to me like a reasonable expectation when ordering any product made by an inmate in their basement in their spare time. I was pleased with the product when I first received it and ran it with the steptoe mod. In the last week I've discovered a new facet to its benefits running without the steptoe mod. It's a terrific little item that has made a great bike even better. I'll order the Cool when it's available knowing I'll get it when I get it. It's not like I'm prevented from riding the bike without it.
I have even offered to send $ to PS to be on the first batch of Cools. To his credit PS is waiting until he has started before accepting cash.
Sorry but that is some serious rubbish, mate. I can't think of anything that I have purchased in the last two decades that I would employ that sort of wisdom towards. Have you heard the saying "a fool and his money are soon departed?" I think that Denial could probably stand to take a chill-pill but why would anyone in 2012 expect to pay for something up front that may or may not arrive at it's appointed time as defined by the person selling it? I don't have a dog in this fight but in my mind the only way one should be selling something is if they have it in hand to actually sell.
<table border="0" cellpadding="5" width="650"><tr><td>Well Curtis (Denial9xs), I understand your request. Conversely I hope you can understand that this little hotrod device is not responsible for your general demeanor in life. And as you mentioned in a message to me, how that may affect your overall health.
Regarding the shipping estimates, that is what they are, estimates. The commitment is that you will receive a totally bitchen IICE Air for your bike, as my personal time and circumstance allows.
The above statement is expressed on the invoice which you, and 300 other people, agreed to before deciding to go ahead with a purchase. Give it another look, it's only 2 sentences.
On a personal note, the west coast hippie in me says, and that others have echoed, "Chill out dude!"
<table border="0" cellpadding="5" width="650"><tr><td>Sounds like the right thing for you, Diamond. But it wasn't that way for the 300 or so people who decided to make a purchase. About 260 pieces have been shipped thus far.
And let me just say again, these folks who decided to jump in on this what-started-out-as-a-hobby endeavor, they have been the greatest. Just a treat to interact with.
To address one of your comments, there was no expectation of a time commitment. That is clearly expressed in two sentences, located front and center on the invoice page. That invoice page is what a potential customer sees right before they click the 'submit order' button.
There has always been my best estimate of a shipping schedule. Actually, the estimate itself is sort of new. There used to not even be that much. But either way I get it man. It's not for you.