December Production Updates
Wow! It's been just over a month since we launched the Bad Elf GPS, and the customer demand has been extremely strong. It's been fun hearing what our customers are doing with these things - flying everything from commercial jets to homebuilt aircraft, hiking, geocaching, golfing, even preparing for a 3-month trek through Mongolia next summer.
At this time we are completely out of stock.
The next production run is in progress and we expect to have new inventory by the end of December 2010. If we are lucky, it may be in time for Christmas, but we are not holding our collective breath expecting that to happen. We are dependent on too many external factors to be able to push that date.
We have taken down our Amazon and eBay listings until we have an exact re-stock date from our contract manufacturer. In the meantime, if you'd like to get a Bad Elf GPS as soon as they are available, please sign up for our email notification list via the Store page.
And, finally, thanks to all of our customers for your orders, emails, reviews, etc. We're very excited about 2011 with lots more exciting stuff to come!
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