Weber Workshops bean cellars shipping

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Prodigy

#1: Post by Prodigy »

I have a MAX grinder coming soon and decided to pay the premium for the WW bean cellars. That is until I got to the shipping section. They have one option available, DHL, and they want $30 to ship 12 plastic tubes. The high price of $45 was fine, but $75 is beyond absurd. Does anyone have experience getting these at a better shipping price? Are they worth it over cheaper ones on Amazon etc? I sent them a message and am waiting to see what they say...

baristainzmking
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#2: Post by baristainzmking »

Check out Craig Lyn's website. His bean cellars are clear plastic and he charges the flat rate of $14.18 for the medium flat rate box.

https://craiglyn.com/product/bean-vaults/
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Prodigy (original poster)

#3: Post by Prodigy (original poster) » replying to baristainzmking »

Done, thank you!

baristainzmking
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#4: Post by baristainzmking »

You are welcome.
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Arafel

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Prodigy (original poster)

#6: Post by Prodigy (original poster) » replying to Arafel »

They are $100 more expensive lol

BruceWayne
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#7: Post by BruceWayne »

I bought some of Craig Lyn's. They work fine, and attaching my Foodsaver hand unit pulls a light vacuum, so I expect that to work with Weber bean cellars as well. I also grabbed some of his wooden racks. I'll be using both, since I got plastic bean cellars with my Key order.

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Arafel

#8: Post by Arafel »

Prodigy wrote:They are $100 more expensive lol
That's because they include the base

Prodigy (original poster)

#9: Post by Prodigy (original poster) » replying to Arafel »

I'm somewhat of a woodworker so I prefer the no base option.

BruceWayne
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#10: Post by BruceWayne »

Yeah, marble base. Don't spill espresso on it. :o