[info gathering] Order and Delivery Dates

I’m curious how long everyone’s shipment has taken, from order to delivery.

I posted on Reddit earlier gathering some info (and made this plot), but someone suggested I ask here to get more data points. I understand there are batch-specific threads, but I wanted to compile all of the delivery dates post-delivery to get a better picture of the turnaround time

I’ll go first:

Batch: 5
Mainboard: i5
Ordered: Oct 22
Delivered: not yet

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Batch:5
Mainboard: i7 1185gt
Ordered: Oct 12
Delivered: Nov 6

Batch: 5
Mainboard: i5
Ordered: Sep 27
Delivered: Nov 16

Nifty plot @Zachary_Burnett! Question about it - what do each of the bars of the same color / dashed outline represent? Order and delivery range for the different mainboards?

Batch: 5
Mainboard: i5
Ordered: Oct 22
Delivered: [will update when is]

Batch 1
Mainboard i7-1165G7
(Pre-)Ordered 13 May
Shipped 2 Aug
Delivered 5 Aug

Just realized a day-1 preorder data point is probably not relevant to most of you, oh well.

Batch: 5
Mainboard: i5 DIY
Ordered: Sep 29
Preparing to ship email: Nov 8
Charged: Nov 9
Shipping Email: Nov 10
Delivered: Nov 14

Nifty plot @Zachary_Burnett! Question about it - what do each of the bars of the same color / dashed outline represent? Order and delivery range for the different mainboards?

@popcornbushwhacker I colored the bars by batch numbers, and made dashed lines for orders that hadn’t been delivered yet (at the time of getting the info). The bars are just the range between “ordered” and “delivered”.

Batch:
Mainboard: i7 DIY
Ordered: Oct 10
Delivered: not yet

Batch: 5
Mainboard: i5
Ordered: Oct 23
Charge reminder: Nov 20
Charged: Nov 22
Delivered: not yet

Batch 1
Mainboard i7-1185G7
(Pre-)Ordered 13 May
Shipped 2 Aug
Delivered 4 Aug

They are getting better!

Batch: 4
Mainboard: i7-1165G7
Ordered: September 5
Shipped: October 7
Received: October 13

Batch: 5
Mainboard: i5-1135G7 DIY
Ordered: Oct 25
Shipped: not yet
Delivered: not yet

I colored the bars by batch numbers, and made dashed lines for orders that hadn’t been delivered yet (at the time of getting the info). The bars are just the range between “ordered” and “delivered”.

@Zachary_Burnett Ah, so each bar is an individual order. Will you be demarcating them according to mainboard at some point? It’d be interesting to see how much faster the i7 orders are filled than the i5’s.

Batch: 4
Mainboard: i5-1135G7
Pre-order Confirmation: 8/1
Preparing to ship batch 4: 10/4
Preparing to ship your order: 10/12
Order shipping soon: 10/13
Order shipped: 10/14
Delivered: 10/17 (no delays from FedEx)

That being said, couriers are still having issues that are not Framework’s fault. I’ve seen this at my job with both UPS and FedEx (even though my order was delivered by FedEx with no delays). So, the data points are valid, but it may not give much in the way of predictability. I like to just keep an open mind, and predict that delays may happen. That way, it will be a pleasant surprise if they don’t.

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Thanks for doing this, I look forward to seeing the more in-depth data! @TsukidaEiko has a great point about the carrier’s delivery date not affecting Framework, so here’s both dates.

Batch: 4
Mainboard: i5-1135G7 DIY
Ordered: Sep 17
Shipped: Nov 3
Delivered: Nov 6

Batch: 5
Mainboard: i5-1135G7 Variant
Ordered: October 28
Shipping: Not yet
Delivery: Still waiting

Batch: 5
Mainboard: i5 DIY
Ordered: October 12th
Delivered: Not yet

Batch: 5
Mainboard: i7
Ordered: Oct 15
Delivered: not yet

Batch: 4
Mainboard: i7-1165G7 DIY
Ordered: Sept 19
Charged: Oct 18
Shipped: Oct 18
Delivered: Oct 21

I’m seeing that i5 machines are basically not being delivered then?