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29 May 2013 @ 08:13 am
So I've limited down to the choices of cup I want to a medium meluna and a small fleurcup. Will fleurcup get blue cups again? Or was that just limited edition or something? Colour doesn't totally matter but I would prefer blue. I emailed them but they responded with that they didn't have time to reply lol.
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jwthemathsterjwthemathster on May 29th, 2013 01:53 pm (UTC)
I have to laugh at your "no reply" reply you received! Probably an automatically generated email. Meh, right? I'd love to see some of their "classic" colors come back, too. Green, blue, and black would be awesome (I like deep, rich colors) to see again.

I thought about if we all emailed and they saw the demand, they'd put some other colors in the lineup again. But, if they're going to ignore the request (I'm hoping because it's due to large demand and popularity, not just being jerks--I'm an optimist!), then grrr...
teacupcake89 on May 29th, 2013 02:16 pm (UTC)
Fleurcup often only have some of their colours available online, especially when they have an offer/sale on which they do at the moment, so my guess is they might come back when it's finished...
juliiie87juliiie87 on June 10th, 2013 08:13 pm (UTC)
Just seeing this previous comment : again, I don't know what you actually call high & low, but in a pinch... I really like my medium meluna soft : it's a teal blue color like you wanted, a decent capacity for it's small size (comparable to most brands' "small" and totally comfortable because it's one of the softest cups there is. The only possible drawback is some people find it takes some extra coaxing to pop open, but that's not my experience, since I use soft cups only (the large Fleurcup is my firmest cup).
elisamba on July 30th, 2013 05:54 am (UTC)
Hi, I wonder if you might PM me their reply that they didn't have time to reply? I live in France and am wondering if this isn't a bad translation of some sort - cultural nuances of business correspondance sometimes slip through the cracks. I'm curious (and would want to avoid the same mistake myself if that's the case!)