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Keys Now Cut Using ITL 9700 Code Cutter

Posted by Customer Support , 01 February 2009 · 1,100 views

WOW!

Since our first sale in November 2006 our customers have known us for, above all, our high quality bump keys. Today we're happy to announce that we have the capability to cut keys using one of the most accurate cut-by-code key machine in the world -- the ITL-9700 fully computerized code cutting machine.

Many of the keys shipped out in the past week have been cut using this EXTREMELY accurate machine. So congratulations to the lucky few who received a 9700 cut key.

While the end goal is to cut every key using this machine, due to technical reasons, it's not possible at present. When this is possible we will be updating our product pages to reflect the availability of such keys.

In the mean time, please be on the look-out for more product page updates.
Shortly we'll be giving customers a choice for their orders: cut as many keys on the ITL-9700 as possible or cut the keys via the regular method. For time critical orders we strongly suggest our regular method as keys cut on the ITL-9700 tend to require more preparation.

Hope everyone had a great weekend!

-- We're hoping to make February another GREAT month!




what determines if an order is time critical? I want to order a couple keys a month until I get all the ones available and I don't want to wait a month to receive. Just wondering if you shed some light on it.
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Customer Support
Feb 01 2009 06:59 PM

what determines if an order is time critical? I want to order a couple keys a month until I get all the ones available and I don't want to wait a month to receive. Just wondering if you shed some light on it.


Great question -- I forgot to define 'time critical'.
Since we are now 100% caught up, most US orders should be shipped within NO MORE than 4 days. That being said, if you need your order shipped the quickest possible way, choosing keys cut on the ITL *MAY* delay processing to the full 4 days. This doesn't necessarily mean they will be delayed, it's just possible.

Hope this makes some sense. :confused:
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