Good afternoon all!
I'd like to sell a product that is sold in foot and inch increments. An example would be:
When buying five pieces of metal that's cut-to-length, a value is given by the customer in either foot/inch increments (3'6-1/2") or in all inch increments (42-1/2"). The quantity is selected as five, and the "add to cart" button is pressed.
From a pricing perspective, I would guess that the shortest available length is my base price, with the price increasing based on any longer length requested.
Is there a recommended method for achieving this on the product page?
If the increments are finite and standard you can add them as variant and price them
@Propero, thank you for taking the time to respond. The increments would be every 1/16". If I offered a minimum length of 3' and a maximum length of 12', that would be 144 different variants. Is there a more compact way of doing this?
The increments would be every 1/16". If I offered a minimum length of 3' and a maximum length of 12', that would be 144 different variants. Is there a more compact way of doing this
#2 & #4, & #5 use the quantity added to the cart to dictate the length
Most need front end customizations to make it seamless , and some need apps|services to keep inventory in sync if tracked.
Shopify architecture does not favor items sold by the measure, more so for fractional.
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