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IMPORTANT News About Uni Watch’s Teespring Merchandise

Big news on the merch front: Teespring has just announced an upgrade to its software, the main result of which is that product listings that originally launched with an earlier version of their software will expire at the end of February unless they’re taken down and then relaunched. This affects about 95% of the T-shirt listings I’ve amassed over the past nine years.

The 17-step (!) relaunch process is cumbersome and time-consuming even for just one product. The prospect of doing it hundreds of times is out of the question. So I’ve decided to let most of our Teespring product listings go dark at the end of this month.

Here’s what this means for you:

  • If you want anything in the Uni Watch Teespring shop, I strongly suggest you order it now. A few newer items, like the 25th-anniversary products, will still be available after this month, but most of the listings will sunset at the end of February.
  • Everything in the Naming Wrongs shop will go dark at the end of the month. So if you want any of those shirts, the time is now.
  • Likewise, everything in the Uni Rock shop will also vanish at the end of the month. So it’s now or never.

My thanks, as always, for considering our products.

 

 
  
 
Comments (8)

    Very serious question about how this site will generate revenue moving forward?

    If almost all the merchandise, cards, and substack subscriptions will no longer be available / linked w/this site, what is the long-term goal to ensure the sustainability and independence of Uniwatch?

    would you consider the 17 step process to keep the basic t-shirt with the winged sturrup in the center? seems like a basic item that could be in demand for new readers over time. all good if not!

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