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Posted on Is BauBuche actually worth finding/getting?

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OleCuss

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#1 posted 09-19-2020 12:26 PM



Interesting.
Never heard of it.
Have seen the same look used on restaurant furniture in EU once or twice?

Did you try contacting the USA Sales office to see if anyone sells the stuff near you?
From website: https://www.pollmeier.com/en_US/Company/locations

8100 SW Nyberg Street Suite #250
Tualatin, OR 97062 USA

Tim Wooley
North American Sales & Marketing
501 868 9580
870 820 6963
[email protected]

Watching out of curiosity…..

- CaptainKlutz

I actually did request location information and their site said they would respond very quickly. Given that it was before I started this thread – I don’t think I’m going to get any information from them.

I’m guessing they have no vendors anywhere near the West Coast of the USA and figure that as someone into woodworking they just figure I’m not worth responding. They may be right.

Since it is made only at a single plant in Germany (IIRC), getting the Baubuche to me would likely mean a ride through Germany to the ocean. Then a trans-Atlantic voyage, and then either shipment by truck across pretty much the entirety of the USA or going through the Panama Canal and then up the West Coast and then from the port to my location. This really isn’t a recipe for inexpensive lumber for me but if it really were remarkable maybe worth it.

For those on the East Coast it is more likely to be an affordable solution.


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