[OSM-talk] Hi-vis vest with OpenStreetMap Logo & "Surveyor" Text - Printing Underway
osm at sonicresolutions.com
Wed May 7 14:25:35 BST 2008
Hi again Folk,
Many thanks to all those that have contacted me about purchasing the
custom OSM printed/logo'ed Hi-Vis Vests. I'm please to announce that
the order has now been placed with the printer and hopefully I'll have
the printed vests sometime in the next 5 - 7 working days. When they
arrive, I'll be in touch directly with all those who have responded to
me, to finalise the orders and organise dispatch, etc.
In the meantime, for those who maybe missed the first email, I have
ordered the following spares, which are still available if you're
1 x Small Size
3 x Medium Size
3 x Large Size
3 x XL Size
1 x XXL Size
The final price of the vests will be £8.50 and this includes the logo
printed on both the back of the vest (as per the below mock-ups), but
also on the front lapel. As previously indicated, postage should be
circa £2 within the UK (Royal Mail), with overseas shipping prices
dependent on destination.
If you have not yet been in touch and wish to reserve one of the above
spares, please contact me directly at "osm at sonicresolutions.com".
Once these spares are gone, that's it for the time being (unless we can
get together enough pre-orders for another run).
Graham Smith wrote:
> Just as a bit more info, I meant to add that these vests are fully
> certified to EN471, class 2 standards and have double 5cm HiVis
> reflective banding. Also, the sizes I have quoted below are chest sizes
> in inches.
> I have also corrected a typographic error in the original mockup
> pictures, whereby I had the address of the OSM website as a .com rather
> than a .org domain (thanks to Andy for picking up on this). The mockups
> and the graphic have been corrected accordingly.
> Graham Smith wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I'm in the process of getting a custom high-visibility safety vest
>> printed for myself, for OSM surveying work, as I do most of my surveying
>> on-foot and sometimes find myself near busy roads, etc. It's also a
>> great way to raise the profile of OSM, whilst offering a real health and
>> safety advantage for both pedestrian and bike surveyors. These
>> high-visibility orange vests can be warn over the top of your normal
>> clothing, so are suitable for all types of weather conditions. If
>> you're wondering what these vests are, see the following link (you've no
>> doubt seen highway maintenance crews, or airport ground crews wearing
>> I'm wondering if anybody else might be interested in purchasing one of
>> these with a custom OSM print on the back? I'm trying to gauge the level
>> of interest before I think about submitting a bulk order for printing.
>> The following are URLs to jpegs of a mock-up of the design I've come up
>> with (showing the back of the vest), based on the OSM logo:
>> Depending on numbers, the vests are likely to sell for around £9.00 each
>> + P&P (P&P will probably be a few pounds for the UK, maybe more to
>> Europe/rest of world). I will donate any profit made after covering my
>> expenses, back to OSM. The price is likely to come down if I can get
>> sufficient numbers of interested purchasers to reach price-break points
>> for printing.
>> If you are interested in purchasing one of these printed hi-vis vests,
>> could you please e-mail me at "osm at sonicresolutions.com" and include
>> "Vest" in the subject line. In your e-mail, please state the size and
>> quantity of vests you would be interested in purchasing, and your
>> country if you're outside the UK (so I can get together accurate postage
>> costs). Available sizes are:
>> Small 33-38
>> Medium 38-41
>> Large 41-44
>> X Large 44-47
>> XX Large 47-50
>> XXX Large 50-54
>> XXXX Large 54-56
>> At this stage I'm just trying to gauge interest and your e-mail to me
>> will of course *not* commit you to purchase. Once I've got a list of
>> interested parties, if the numbers are sufficient, I'll e-mail everyone
>> individually with the final costings and payment will probably be via
>> PayPal. I won't call for payment until I've actually got the vests in
>> front of me, ready to dispatch.
>> Any questions, please feel free to drop me an e-mail.
>> Kind regards,
>> Graham Smith
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