Re: Fenix Power: A new third party battery replacement?
Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 9:06 am
But they're updating their web site! That's important you know. It means they are doing something. Just not related to batteries.
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Still long on sizzle, short on steak! Also, if you read carefully, it seems they've lost their major backer and still no prototype battery. I want these guys to succeed but they keep shooting themselves in the foot.
Today, I agree. But when I put my deposit in with Fenix, replacement Nissan batteries were $8500+ making the Fenix model very competitive for those of us who actually like our 2012 SL’s and a sort of OK life extender...not great, but OK.
Depending on how you read that, you might get a reply same-day or within two weeks. Either way, they have repeatedly missed that in my case.What happens after you send that email:
*Note: we are currently transitioning our business finances in relation to investment funding, refunds may experience a delay of up to 2 weeks.
We monitor that email throughout the day, if sent prior to 5 PM Pacific time, you will see a same-day reply confirming your request via your preferred contact method. After that time your confirmation may be the following day.
The difference between taking deposits for a product you will never deliver, and taking deposits for a product you later find you can not deliver is mostly a question of how well grounded you were in reality from the start. The result is the same.
Disagree. The former is fraud, the latter is either inadequate planning or unforeseen issues (coronovirus anyone?).