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where did all the fillament go in the shop

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I'm also confused by the filament shop. You'll never know what will be in it. And many photos are missing and the "no photo - photo":

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Is as good as invisible. This could use a large "No photo" in gray on top of it. And if products are not in stock but will be available, keep them in the shop! But with a "Product not in stock" reminder, and a possible "due date". I understand the restocking takes a long time, but then put that on the site "back in stock in 2 months" is better then seeing a product go poof.

Faberdashery seems like a good source. And they have many colors, and you can order sort pieces. The shipping costs can get a bit silly tough. 1 coil I can select the £6.00 shipping option, 2 coils and the cheapest option is £61.25, which is more then 2 coils cost.

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