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Tie Swap Box UK / Europe Edition

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by MalfordOfLondon, Oct 18, 2011.

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  1. SpooPoker

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    No problem. I'll send it to TTO who is next on the list.
     
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    Shame!
     
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    Wow, this looks so good. I'll definitely only put some of my favourites in this box to keep up the great quality (and also put in more than I take out).
     
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    I'd love to participate but I only have cheap (but good looking^^) or ugly (but expensive xD) ties :(
     
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    I agree... Maybe one day.
     
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    Route, being kind of a logistics freak I like to look at stuff this way:
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    After TTO, is the box going back to Malford?
     
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    To München, according to the doc
     
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    I can't help but find that route funny, very EU, in a non-efficient but steadfast progress type of way.
     
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    My thoughts exactly
     
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    Maybe we should reconfigure the route in a more carbon friendly way (as contactme first suggested....) :embar:
     
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    Well, I'm game. It makes a zig zag pattern between Sweden-London after me. I think this would reduce unneccessary air time a bit:

    TTO
    Sterling Gillette
    B|aze
    UncleCozy
    EFV (This means that I switch places with Uncle Cozy so he doesn't have to pay London shipping)
    SimonC (has to wait maybe a day or two longer)
    Ls 7

    This is based on the fact that I guess it's probably already shipped to TTO and that it should end up at Malford's in London in the end. Domestic delivery times are generally better too.
     
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    Erik feel free to edit the spreadsheet if you have time.
    I'm not fussed about when the box comes back to me if that helps any.
     
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    Absolutely, too make up for SimonC's extra waiting time I'll throw in an extra PS for him.
     
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    You're an absolute Gent, Erik :)
     
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    I'm moving to an other town in mid-january, but it's only 10 metric miles from home (Gävle-Uppsala) so if the box gets shipped to the wrong address it'll be a day or so of delay. Seeing how slow current mails are coming through, the box may take longer than that to get to me though.
     
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    Is the box already with TTO? I won't be home between the 23rd and New Year, so we'd better drop me by a few positions in the list. As an alternative, the parcel could be shipped to where I am at that time.
     
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    Any updates on where the box is now? TTO - has it arrived in the UK yet or are you busy revelling in your recent Hackett glory?! :)
     
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