[sdiy] high quality, affordable pots in Europe?

Derek Holzer derek at umatic.nl
Fri Sep 7 16:56:23 CEST 2007

For me, out-of-EU packages mean an UBahn trip across Berlin to the 
customs office, 45 minutes waiting in line, and then a 50/50 chance I'll 
have to pay 20% duties on the package, which appears to depend on the 
mood of the customs officer I'm dealing with at the moment. A weird 
system, to be sure! So I was hoping to find a good supplier in the EU. I 
did have some offers to do a group buy from Futurlec or Rapid, so maybe 
that's the best way to handle it.


Louis van Dompselaar wrote:
> For Alpha pots, you can't beat Futurlec at $0.50 each and $4 shipping.
>> Danke Harald...
>> but the cost here is 2 or 3 times the cost from the UK or the USA! 
>> Almost as much as buying them at the local shop. Anyone know where 
>> Doepfer orders them from?
>> best,
>> d.
>> sdiy wrote:
>>> High Derek,
>>> look here for alpha pots
>>> http://www.musikding.de/
>>> Harald
>>> Am Freitag, 7. September 2007 01:12 schrieb Derek Holzer:
>>>> I'm in Berlin, and the best pots I can find come from www.segor.de. But
>>>> they are about EUR 3 apiece. I'd like to find durable (all metal) and
>>>> accurate pots for less, and they should come from someplace where
>>>> shipping/customs doesn't offset the savings. Any suggestions?
>>>> best,
>>>> .
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