Ugh, has it really been that long? Truly sorry, I will respond today.Yup, sent a PM six weeks ago about an order I wanted to place. I'm assuming he's very busy. I'm not at all in a rush, just a bit of patience is needed, I'm sure. I can't imagine how many orders are in the queue. It has to be a lot for one man (and Wifey) to handle.
@Poker Zombie you would be ok most of our tourney plays with the one you like... the 5K comes at the end, just to color up some of the stacks but there are not too many at the table...I like that set...
Four Roses, Bulleit - Jim Beam, Makers, Rip van Winkle - Johnnie Walker everything...
Then I saw Jack on the T5000, and I actually winced.
I’ll piggy back off this! We know you are busy Chris! Just wanted to check in and see if people had the same turn times!Chris, by no means am I calling on you out publicly. That was not my intention. I chimed in to reinforce how busy you are and that it may be a while before you could get to any new projects for others that may be concerned. There's no sour grapes or hurt feelings on my end!
I just had my order ship within the last 24 hours. Working with him was awesome, now I just need to give the rest of my chips a nice rinse down in preparation.Has anyone done business with Chris lately? I haven’t heard from him in almost a month. I assume he is super busy!
I cant comment on the quality of labels, as I have never used Apache for labels, only Chris from Gears. Probably did about 6 project with him over the years, and his work is amazing. Its well worth the wait!Anyone know what the approximate lead time is for an order right now? Trying to decide between using Gear vs Apache for custom labels but I’m in a bit of a time crunch... Assume the quality of each is fairly similar? Labels in this thread look amazing.
Excellent, barely distinguishable! What's the frac base chip, label, and application method?