[time-nuts] Is $1500 for a Thunderbolt a bit too much?

Max Robinson max at maxsmusicplace.com
Sat Oct 16 03:50:49 UTC 2010


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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jason Rabel" <jason at extremeoverclocking.com>
To: <time-nuts at febo.com>
Sent: Friday, October 15, 2010 2:38 PM
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Is $1500 for a Thunderbolt a bit too much?

> Sometimes when I see insanely high purchases for items when there are 
> near-identical listings it makes me suspicious that perhaps
> the buyer was using a second account to make a "fake" purchase. Possibly 
> to either add more positive ratings or maybe artificially
> make people think an item is worth that (over)value?
> Jason
>> While checking on the current Tbolt prices,  I noticed some guy was 
>> selling a complete (receiver+antenna+supply) Trimble kit for
> $1500 plus shipping...  > and two people have already bought them!  And 
> these probably don't have the good oscillator.  Will wonders
> never cease?
>> The next highest kit was $250,  with others available for $160 
>> (Buy-It-Now).  Checking completed auctions,  they actually sell for
> $130 to $160 with
>>  shipping included.
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