Would you be more or less afraid to break it if you had paid retail? For the amount you have invested, what’s the worst that could happen?
Leicas are made in small numbers, which is more expensive . Second, they’re made for engineering quality without any regard for price. … The fact is that, for over 100 years, many Leica cameras have been made, machined and/or assembled by hand at its Willy Wonka-like factory in Wetzlar, Germany.
From the 3/30 Woot-off:
- Ream of printer paper
- Scrub brush
- LED finger lights
- Marvel Civil War expansion pack (figurines)
- Phone stick-on wallet
- Squishy cat
- Sweet 16 party balloons (8)
- Pair of socks with card designs
- Woman’s silicone ring
- Teething mitten
- Hose plugs
- Apple data cables
Almost forgot- one 1-1/4" caster!
That’s an impressive crap. I love the giant D20.
@wootybot roll 1d20
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@wootybot display help.
@WootyBot roll 1d20
Nice. I’m still half expecting it to not work… cause its woot.
My bag has arrived! See it in all it’s glory:
Sequin flipping pillowcase (in silver and white)
Rubber band balls
Glow in the dark stick (broken open instantly by toddler)
Apple Watch band
Electrolytes for birds (it’s what birds crave)
Christmas light bulb necklace
Glitter art set
Changing table pad liners
Not my best crap, but also I can actually find a use for most everything here.
Did it come with a lens, or is it just the body (and $8K value by itself. The lenses can be pricey too, but there are reasonably priced adapters for some other brand lenses if you already have them. I have to admit I had looked that up so that, in case my Borg Overide Code includes an option for “Visible Evidence,” I knew I could use my old Nikon lenses. Then again, since I looked it up and it exists, I will not get a Leica M10 now, but thought I should pass that on.
I got a good one this time! Including a really nice zip up hoodie in my size even! Plus not one 10 year old girls Halloween costume.
Got our Bearing Oversized Cleats today with great disappointment-- there was no letter inside! Besides that, we got a lovely bag, some degradable straws, a kitchen brush, a replacement dimmer knob, some decorative hearts, a glow stick, some cat-toys, a Break the Ice game, some gingerbread ornaments (a little the worse for the wear, and a DADDY t-shirt. We hope someone got a letter, since we did not! We will keep trying to get that letter of disappointment!
2 large tshirts in a size that can be worn
A comfy sleep mask
A 2 pack of led bulbs
A dust pan brush ( mine was broken)
Small ball pump
A box of USA flash cards , I know someone trying to make their citizenship
A cast iron cleaner- was just looking at these @ BBBY
Roll of painters tape- currently painting exterior of house
Cat pads-yeah, some disappointment creeps in
One fabulous woot shopping bag along with a woot glow stick bracelet
Lastly , not pictured, 1 box of boob tape and nipple shields…if only these showed up a few days sooner the wife could have been making money on Fremont Street, instead of losing it…
Can’t wait for the day to score some more crap, and feel true disappointment!!!
My BOC from the March 30th Woot-off showed up on Tuesday…
1 Woot! bag in green
1 32 GB MicroSD card
1 Under Armor HeatGear shirt (in my size!)
1 roll of tin foil (useful to block the government’s 5G mind control signals!)
1 pack rubber swimming caps
1 ream HP Copy&Print20 paper
1 sequin pillow cover (classy!)
1 roll stickers
1 Em ji art book
1 “Doggie Don’t”, appears to just be the carrying case
1 collapsible storage bin
1 Woot! branded glowstick (I hear these are all the rave)
At least we know the targeted marketing actually works.
But is it working if it targets already happy customers?