Fula-Bed Updates #4

First of all, I want to thank everyone for their patience. I know you guys have been waiting for a long time for pre-orders to ship. This is hopefully the last Fula-Beds update you all have to hear about. To get straight to the point, there is nothing for us to do. We are just waiting for the Fula-Beds to arrive at our warehouse. Shipping is currently a mess right now, and the ship that these beds are on has been delayed a few times. The boat was supposed to leave 12/22/21 but didn't end up leaving the port until 01/03/22, for reasons they wouldn't tell us. To thank you guys for the wait, we will be giving a $20 credit to all remaining pre-orders and to those that agreed to get damaged beds. We are still figuring out the logistics of how to do this, but I will keep you guys updated. We are now pushing the ETA to 02/11/21 as our best estimate. However, it could come even sooner or a little later. We usually have the package 1-2 weeks after their port arrival, estimated for 01/31/22. 

Crate Shipping 

Since the last batch showed up damaged, we went the extra mile this time, packing them all into ridiculously strong and heavy wooden crates, with instructions not to stack anything on top. We are very confident that these things are indestructible and look forward to receiving them safely! Thank you all very, very much for your patience! 


11 comments


  • Dave

    I agree with the idea of including a random roll of filament over the $20 credit.


  • Dave

    I agree with the idea of including a random roll of filament over the $20 credit.


  • Markus

    Thank you for the update.


  • Dale Hinz

    Would agree on the free roll of filament. Some customers of Fulament have waited a long time for their pre-orders and though it may not be the fault of Fulament, it none-the-less still reflects back onto Fulament. Customer satisfaction is a primary metric for businesses today and can mean success or failure for them. The idea of giving something helps maintain a level of customer sat. Fulament should go their manufacturer and/or shipping company to see if there may be some sort of remuneration to be had…chalk it up to price of doing business.


  • Alfred Tovar

    Thank you for the update.


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