Is this one of the first times Kindle has been sold out for a long time? If not, how many times before and approximately how long each time? Were refurbished always available or intermittently as now?
That was supposed to be a secret...Vampyre said:I think you can almost cut the time in half. They like to pad the estimate to make themselves look good. Scottie did it on Star Trek all the time.
I certainly hope so. Mine is currently scheduled for delivery between 09 March and 26 March. My birthday is 04 March and I would LOVE to have my Kindle as a birthday present.Vampyre said:I think you can almost cut the time in half. They like to pad the estimate to make themselves look good. Scottie did it on Star Trek all the time.
I find that my Garmin works better for finding places. It helps to know what you're looking for though, and today I have no idea what I want to do. I've got football on my schedule though. I may call a friend that lives in Mooresville and see if I can invite myself to watch the game at his place.Vampyre said:Oh wait you have a computer. You can use Google maps.
Tsk...Tsk...Tsk... We will have to teach you. Heck; you've taught us plenty...and then some). You are missing out on some fantastic deals. I live for Kindle first; then Ebay. Most of us got our bowler bags for a fraction of the cost there. I got the bowler bag with the matching wallet and checkbook cover for $49. If you are interested we'll help you; who seconds the motion?People were selling Kindles on ebay but I am not an ebay shopper so I never really checked those out.
I agree,... there seems to be issues keeping abtteries in stock, plus more and more eInk screen devices are coming out. i would guess one or the other is resposible.Vampyre said:E-ink displays and batteries are my 2 biggest guesses if the delay is due to a component shortage