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Offline Agent 73

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Offline Coen

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Re: Tool-Systainer3 L
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2020, 02:29 AM »
You might want to clean up your URL a bit. It's also 404 btw.
« Last Edit: December 18, 2020, 04:47 PM by Coen »

Offline Spandex

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Re: Tool-Systainer3 L
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2020, 06:01 AM »
Even the domain name on its own gives me a 405.

I assume though, that the OP is asking about the Tanos (not Festool) Tool Sustainer3 L:

https://produktprogramm.tanos.de/en/systainer/systainer-sets/Tool-Systainer-L-187.html


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Re: Tool-Systainer3 L
« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2020, 06:42 AM »
I don't think this has been carried widely in the USA yet.  I had a customer bring it to my attention back in September and I brought over a couple for them in Anthracite.  I have just a couple in my store that are available.

https://systainer.store/collections/systainer3/products/systainer3-tool-systainer-l-187-anthracite

To be honest I've not put my hands on it myself to look at it.  I like the idea of multiple layers of tools, for me, I'm more into fashioning my own internal foam or holders.

Offline Alex

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Re: Tool-Systainer3 L
« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2020, 09:54 AM »
You might to clean up your URL a bit. It's also 404 btw.

Even the domain name on its own gives me a 405.

Some American sites like this one, www.festoolproducts.com, toolnut or homedepot deny access (error 405) on purpose to European visitors because they don't want to bother to comply to European rules about cookies and tracking warnings.

Btw, those European rules are dope. They think they're protecting the people, but that's not true at all. They don't know anything, or pretend to not know anything.

Offline Coen

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Re: Tool-Systainer3 L
« Reply #5 on: December 18, 2020, 04:49 PM »
You might to clean up your URL a bit. It's also 404 btw.

Even the domain name on its own gives me a 405.

Some American sites like this one, www.festoolproducts.com, toolnut or homedepot deny access (error 405) on purpose to European visitors because they don't want to bother to comply to European rules about cookies and tracking warnings.

Btw, those European rules are dope. They think they're protecting the people, but that's not true at all. They don't know anything, or pretend to not know anything.

Hmm yes, it used to be you needed an Iranian or Chinese proxy to not be able to view half the web. Anything political and ze Germans can't see it. But this nonsense with American sites not serving EU visitors makes no sense. But that is in line with these cookie rules here, so..

Offline Alex

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Re: Tool-Systainer3 L
« Reply #6 on: December 18, 2020, 05:18 PM »
But this nonsense with American sites not serving EU visitors makes no sense. But that is in line with these cookie rules here, so..

It does make sense to them. Because the European rules make little sense. If those American sites do not plan to serve Europeans, why open themselves up to potential penalisation from the European commission?

Online DeformedTree

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Re: Tool-Systainer3 L
« Reply #7 on: December 18, 2020, 07:25 PM »
You might to clean up your URL a bit. It's also 404 btw.

Even the domain name on its own gives me a 405.

Some American sites like this one, www.festoolproducts.com, toolnut or homedepot deny access (error 405) on purpose to European visitors because they don't want to bother to comply to European rules about cookies and tracking warnings.

Btw, those European rules are dope. They think they're protecting the people, but that's not true at all. They don't know anything, or pretend to not know anything.

Well, the other way around is the Festool EU websites are cookie walled for us.  EU is heading in the right direction, but still issues to get thru.

Offline Agent 73

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Re: Tool-Systainer3 L
« Reply #8 on: December 19, 2020, 12:23 AM »
My apologies and yes the Tanos Tool Sustainer3 L is what I'm referring to.

Offline Alex

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Re: Tool-Systainer3 L
« Reply #9 on: December 19, 2020, 04:09 AM »
Well, the other way around is the Festool EU websites are cookie walled for us.  EU is heading in the right direction, but still issues to get thru.

Cookie walled, what does that even mean? You just click agree and you enter the website.

Offline Coen

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Re: Tool-Systainer3 L
« Reply #10 on: December 19, 2020, 01:40 PM »
You might to clean up your URL a bit. It's also 404 btw.

Even the domain name on its own gives me a 405.

Some American sites like this one, www.festoolproducts.com, toolnut or homedepot deny access (error 405) on purpose to European visitors because they don't want to bother to comply to European rules about cookies and tracking warnings.

Btw, those European rules are dope. They think they're protecting the people, but that's not true at all. They don't know anything, or pretend to not know anything.

Well, the other way around is the Festool EU websites are cookie walled for us.  EU is heading in the right direction, but still issues to get thru.

Care to explain what 'cookie walled' is?

Offline Spandex

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Re: Tool-Systainer3 L
« Reply #11 on: December 19, 2020, 01:52 PM »
A ‘cookie wall’ is where a website makes it a requirement for a user to consent to being tracked in order to access the site.

I believe these are being made illegal, as they go against the intent of the regulations. I think the original idea was that users would be allowed to opt out of tracking, but due to poorly drafted regulations, many sites have simply forced users to accept in order get past the home page. This isn’t ‘opting out’ in any sensible interpretation of the phrase, but is (currently) allowed.

Offline Alex

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Re: Tool-Systainer3 L
« Reply #12 on: December 19, 2020, 02:49 PM »
Aha, I get it. And that's indeed the problem, you have to consent to the cookies or you can't use the site. So everybody just clicks "Agree" automatically when these annoying pop-ups appear.

Even bigger problem is, cookie tracking was the main thing 10 years ago, but now they have so much more sophisticated tracking methods available, and they're all on the hosting servers, not on your local device. There are servers that track every webiste you visit and track every click on every link you make. And then the buggers sell this data off to other buggers.