Where do they get them from??
|Daithi O Buitigh||08/06/2017 12:38:49|
1205 forum posts
In fairness the Kadet is also an original from Sig and their price is $150. Add on the 20% VAT on both the original cost plus the post and packaging it does make it a lot more expensive (especially if the 'extras' are included)
|Peter Miller||08/06/2017 13:39:02|
8210 forum posts
Yes but the Sig kit is still available today from Pegasus for £115 (Well you might have to wait for it to come from the USA.)
The Mercury Matador kit looks like the original Mercury kit as sold back in the 50s and 60s.
You can get a kit from Ben BUckle but not in its original box with original label as far as I know
|1001 forum posts|
Just come across an unknown diesel on E bay for a tenner and thought I'd have a pop. Looked .a bit like a magnum/ However £8 .50 postagefrom London put me right off. I s this his hidden profit I wonder ?
|Jez Harris 1||16/06/2017 07:00:24|
|561 forum posts|
|Disagree...if I have to buy jiffy bags etc then thats the 'packaging' part of p&p.|
Ebay costs are so high now why should sellers swallow costs?
I dont think thats unreasonable.
2400 forum posts
|Yep... ?8.50 may seem a little high, but includes p&p, packaging, time, travel to the P.O etc, no not so bad.|
|David Ovenden||19/06/2017 21:29:40|
177 forum posts
OS FS95V for only £672. Bargain with the free postage - NOT!
Edited By David Ovenden on 19/06/2017 21:34:34
Edited By David Ovenden on 19/06/2017 21:35:33
|Martin Whybrow||20/06/2017 19:33:49|
854 forum posts
His listings are incredibly random, as his prices appear to be; according to ebay, he has over 1/4 million items listed at the moment!
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