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#711: Post by michael »

If I order tomorrow morning in the u.s. do I get v1.43 or do I need to wait longer before ordering

When would my order be expected to arrive in ny

Thnx 8)

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#712: Post by ScottinTexas »

Decent factory production schedule (on website) says building 1.43 now.

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#713: Post by michael »

Thanks 8)

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#714: Post by decent_espresso (original poster) »

michael wrote:If I order tomorrow morning in the u.s. do I get v1.43 or do I need to wait longer before ordering

When would my order be expected to arrive in ny

Thnx 8)
v1.43 DE1XL/XXL models will start to become available in 2 weeks. v1.43 DE1PRO are planned for October/November.

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#715: Post by decent_espresso (original poster) »

ScottinTexas wrote:Decent factory production schedule (on website) says building 1.43 now.
As https://decentespresso.com/batches indicates (realtime factory schedule and plans), only XL/XXL models, and they are SCHEDULED and not yet STARTED.

I try to be really transparent, so all the information really is there.


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#716: Post by decent_espresso (original poster) »

ScottinTexas wrote:John, when is my card charged in full, when I place my order or when the product ships? Just not sure what your revrec method is in HK. May affect my order date a bit. Quick follow-up, no supply constraints on any DE1XL black 110V units for the next several weeks? Only build time delays due to recent overall demand?

Scott
You're charged immediately, in full.

If you order a model that is currently in stock https://tinyurl.com/decentinstock then it's shipped the next day.

If your ordered model is not in stock, take a look at https://decentespresso.com/queue to see when it will be built.

As to "any build constraints?" -- absolutely none. We have 13 months of parts in stock now, for all models. No COVID here (42 days COVID-free, <knock on wood>) so we're building around 250 to 300 machines per month. https://decentespresso.com/batches

-john

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#717: Post by ScottinTexas »

Excited to get my order in within next couple weeks.

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#718: Post by ScottinTexas »

John - is the recent Zoom call going to be posted on YouTube?

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#719: Post by Auctor »

Hi John

In one of your videos, you mentioned that you'll likely move the Decent to a rotary pump down the road. When you were studying the different options, were gear pumps in your option set, and if so, why choose rotary over gear?

The reason I ask is because I'm not a huge fan of the combination of rotary pumps and E61 flow control, but I wonder if your mechanism to control flow and pressure is markedly different, thus making a comparison moot?

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#720: Post by tompoland »

arcus wrote:I was going to say the same thing. That grab handle needs to go
Funny thing about the grab handle, which I thought was superfluous when I got my machine, is that it can grow on you. I now use it every time and find myself searching for one when I use my Synchronika. Dang.