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Managing bricks and Peeron...

d66nd66n Member Posts: 2
edited April 2011 in Collecting
I have noticed a decline in activity at Peeron. Inventory submissions I sent numerous times through the year last year have still not been put up on the site and there has been no feedback from them either. As a result, I've moved to using Basebrick (http://www.basebrick.com) in order to keep up with all my part and set purchases, and would highly recommend it to you all. It does what Peeron does, but integrates well with Bricklink, using their inventories and part numbers. Import of loose parts from Peeron and sets from Brickset was also easy and was found to be the most accurate way for me. All in all, the Brickset/Bricklink/Basebrick combination provides enough for me :)

If anyone has an update on the latest state of play at Peeron, I'd be interested to hear from you.

Comments

  • MatthewMatthew Cheshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 3,734
    I thought Peeron had closed it's doors a while back, but there has been some action fairly recently (Pig element added to inventory in January!)
  • atkinsaratkinsar Member Posts: 4,272
    ^^ Interesting, TBH, I'd never heard of basebrick until now but I'll check it out, thanks for the heads up. Do you have anything to do with it?
  • d66nd66n Member Posts: 2
    Nope, Basebrick is not by me, but the owner is always very helpful and open to suggestions, and has kindly adopted one or two of my requests. I just felt it was so good that I thought more people should be made aware of it.
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