Haven’t even checked to see what they are worth. A gift from my ex wife’s family that I would like to get some cash for. Open to all reasonable offers.
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+1! Establish your baseline price so potential buyers have a reasonable offer to gauge with.Maybe state the model #, if you have the box, paperwork, hoe old they are, etc.
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Maybe state exactly what “hoping for more” means. $201 is more, but I doubt that’s what you’re looking for. Generally the way these things work is that if people think your asking price is too high, they won’t bite. Then you can incrementally lower your asking price.Thank you both. Gifted new around 2010 but don’t have the box or paperwork. Have $200 on the table, hoping for more.
Gotcha. I guess I don’t really know what they are worth other than I’d still value them at over $200 to keep, but then again just kind of ready to not see them in the safe at the same time. Used condition but still functional, used more early on but then not much the last several years until I recently got them back from my ex.Maybe state exactly what “hoping for more” means. $201 is more, but I doubt that’s what you’re looking for. Generally the way these things work is that if people think your asking price is too high, they won’t bite. Then you can incrementally lower your asking price.
Also, maybe indicate the condition, what you have used them for/if they be been sitting in a safe for 10 years, etc.
I did test them out the back door and The stabilizer button still seems to work. Thank you for sharing and good call. That $600+ range is much closer to what I was thinking. Not sure why I hadn’t checked eBay yet.