Two way community order for all european countries - Open until 24 march 2019
klimbo last edited by klimbo
Please do not get me wrong. I read the full thread in the past. I am not insinuating anything and appreciate your effort: as I wrote if it costs more it must be worth. I am a supporter of this fact in life.
TheTrampBear last edited by
Could you please tell me if shipping to countries outside of EU and EEA possible?
If it is, how much would it cost?
Delivery outside the EU is unfortunately not possible
CKAK47 last edited by
Hi, I would like to mount your mirror on my 32 inch old flat hd tv. Can you please let me know the measurements needed for your mirror to serve that purpose? Also, please let me know the price, including shopping to Dusseldorf in Germany. Thank you.
Rebart last edited by Rebart
Hello i just see this post, i hope it isn’t to late to participate.
username width (m) height (m) real area (m²). area to pay for (min. 0,4 m²) delivery comments
Rebart 0,5. 0,5 0,25 0,4 Belgium polished edges
# username width (m) height (m) real area (m²) area to pay for (min. 0,4 m²) location of delivery additional comments (like polished edges) confirmed 1 breaker 0.98 0.76 0.745 0.745 Wien, Austria polished edges 2 cgm 1.0 0.8 0.8 0.8 Spain polished edges 3 darkestblack47 0.8 0.5 0.4 0.4 France polished edges 4 luk2010 0.955 0.555 0.53 0.53 Germany polished edges 5 Rebart 0.5 0.5 0.25 0.4 Belgium polished edges
Next Sunday is definitely the end of the order, no matter how many mirrors are in the list. You have time to join the list until Sunday 24 clock.
This will probably be the last order this year.
matthijst last edited by matthijst
I made a LED cube with acrylic mirrors.
Think reflections may look even crispier with real glass.
Any chance you’ll be able to offer smaller mirrors in a future order?
I used sheets of 27x27cm (total of 0.43m2)?
this is already possible, but unfortunately the 0.4 sqm per mirror have to be paid. with 6 cube sides, you would have to pay 2.4 square meters or build the cube accordingly larger. This will not change, as each glass supplier handles all types of glasses with the minimum surface area…
By the way, I find the cube really great
Another solution would be to order the mirror in an appropriate size and cut it into six parts. Maybe you have a glazier in your area who can do that for you or a mechanical engineering company with a water jet cutting machine or a laser cutter