Mike Strelitzer <mstrelitzer@...>
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I'm in SE Wisconsin, near Milwaukee, and mine took 17 days, if I remember correctly. Just a frame of reference for those wondering.
I have a couple of kits coming here in the Great Lakes region USA. I see
the kits left Turkey a while back and nothing beyond that. I just have
to wait. Not everything carries "instant gratification". It took me 72
years to order the kits. A few more days one way or the other will not
matter at all.
On 4/14/19 10:43 AM, Hans Summers wrote:
> Yes unfortunately standard international package tracking in UK isn't
> very good compared to nearly every other country. But the packages will
> still arrive just fine, be patient for them sometimes!
> 73 Hans G0UPL
> On Sun, Apr 14, 2019, 17:34 geoff M0ORE via Groups.Io
> <email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> Hi Dennis,
> Don't know which part of the world you are in but looking at your
> time of posting, I think you maybe a few degrees east of Turkey.
> Here in the UK, the kits I have purchased show item leaving Turkey
> and then arriving at UK customs at the Royal Mail warehouse at
> Heathrow then nothing until the package drops through the letter
> box. This can take several days just in the UK.
> On 14/04/2019 14:41, Hans Summers wrote:
>> Hi Dennis
>> The tracking will (in most countries) also be updated in the
>> destination country, once it clears customs. There can be a
>> variable delay for that to happen. See also the information on
>> http://qrp-labs.com/shipping and http://qrp-labs.com/faq#stuck
>> 73 Hans G0UPL
>> On Sun, Apr 14, 2019, 16:31 dkwflight <dkwflight@...
>> <mailto:dkwflight@...>> wrote:
>> The tracking number only shows the status in Turkey.
>> It showed the kit was forwarded to the destination country on
>> April 10. I have to be patient.
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