Crops on EF

clockwork451 clockwork451
Lately, I've noticed that Eden hasn't been carrying as many crops as they used to? What's the deal? I was saving up for that Narrow Tip one...

Is this bothering anyone else?
05/10/2013
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Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
EF seems to have cut down on many products. Some of the dildos I've been looking for have been out of stock for extended periods of time - but yet are available from other sites.

Inventory management is a hard job, I appreciate their struggles - but I'm sure they are loosing sales as people decide not to wait for what they want.
05/10/2013
Mr. E Mr. E
It seems like the whole BDSM category has been reduced, especially the intermediate level products. Several floggers and paddles have been discontinued, as well as some of the nicer leather restraints. Eden reps did recently post that they are in the process of reassessing and balancing their inventory needs. So some of this may be simply cutting out duplicate or slow moving products. Eden has always focused more toward the beginner to intermediate level of BDSM gear, so I do no expect that to change.
05/10/2013
Pixel Pixel
If they don't end up re-stocking the crop you want, I suggest checking out your local tack store (Or Tractor Supply/a feed store, if you have one in the area.). They have plenty of crops in different shapes and sizes, and the price is really reasonable. I paid less than $10 for my crop about 4 years ago, and it's still in perfect condition.
05/10/2013
Mr. E Mr. E
I agree with Pixel. This is a great suggestion. Our first crops were purchased from an online horse supply store. I bought 3 crops and a leather slapper. They were very reasonably priced and have held up quite well.
05/11/2013
talon4196 talon4196
Same with paddels. We started liking them and they're all out of stock.
05/11/2013
Pixel Pixel
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Originally posted by Mr. E
I agree with Pixel. This is a great suggestion. Our first crops were purchased from an online horse supply store. I bought 3 crops and a leather slapper. They were very reasonably priced and have held up quite well.
The tack store is such a great place for kinky supplies! I got a great dressage whip there, and also some gorgeous leather hobbles that were lined in sheepskin. *swoons*
05/11/2013
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