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Old 02-27-2013, 03:47 PM   #1
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How much to ask for a ladycomp?

Have one listed here, but concerned the price is too high. I am considering listing it on Amazon. For those who have them, what do I ask? I paid retail. Is it so
Etching that has nothing to do w price just right person at right time?

Sigh... The used market has changed so so much in just a few years time.

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Old 02-27-2013, 08:52 PM   #2
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Have one listed here, but concerned the price is too high. I am considering listing it on Amazon. For those who have them, what do I ask? I paid retail. Is it so
Etching that has nothing to do w price just right person at right time?

Sigh... The used market has changed so so much in just a few years time.
I don't know what to say for price. For a listed item on here, I think $275 is too much. I can't speak for others but I am leary about spending thay much from a listing on DS. I bought mine on eBay way below price. I hunted and waited until I could get a steal. I think resale is pretty low for such an expensive device. I know the auctions I bowed out of were in the $250-300 before the even ended range with multiple bidders.
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Re: How much to ask for a ladycomp?

I didn't even know those existed. Hmmm.
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I don't know what to say for price. For a listed item on here, I think $275 is too much. I can't speak for others but I am leary about spending thay much from a listing on DS. I bought mine on eBay way below price. I hunted and waited until I could get a steal. I think resale is pretty low for such an expensive device. I know the auctions I bowed out of were in the $250-300 before the even ended range with multiple bidders.
Thanks for the input. I agree, unfortunately about DS. I'll drop to $200 and consider listing on Amazon for 275. Do you think that would work? I ve heard so many buyers fuss about eBay, I've never ventured into it.
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Thanks for the input. I agree, unfortunately about DS. I'll drop to $200 and consider listing on Amazon for 275. Do you think that would work? I ve heard so many buyers fuss about eBay, I've never ventured into it.
I think eBay is frustrating because so many people wait for the last seconds to try to outbid and the price goes up very quickly with only 30 seconds left. I find it frustrating when auctions end in the middle of the night. I would do what you felt comfortable with. I bought mine from a fairly new seller and was so nervous about it. Good luck.
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