Feeler (UK): Apple Cinema Display 20"

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archive 2' started by Zoowatch, Dec 29, 2005.

  1. macrumors 6502

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    Apple Cinema Display 20"
    Bought from Apple Store in February 2005

    Not a single dead / stuck pixels
    No stratch anywhere
    Well taken care of (no prolonged usage of more than 6 hours at a time)
    Comes with original box, cleaning cloth, manual

    Photographs will be provided to interested buyers
    Please PM me or send an email to zoowatch@gmail.com
    Thanks!

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  3. thread starter macrumors 6502

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    probably between £350 to £400
    but i'd prefer that you guys name a price and I'll see if that's reasonable.

    by the way, if you're not far from Sheffield, I can deliver it to you personally.

    (this include Sheffield, Doncaster, Leeds, Bradford, York, Nottingham, Manchester, Hull, Huddersfield etc...)

    if you're interested I will try to provide more photos...

    check my seller's rating at Amazon.co.uk / eBay.co.uk.... seller's ID: Zoowatch

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    doucy2

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    I'd love to sell this to the US

    but the shipping cost would make it prohibitive.
    Besides, the US buyers generally enjoy a lower tax rate and a cheaper Apple product than the UK.

    This makes selling it to the US very difficult.
     
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    doucy2

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    yea very much so
    i would love to get a lcd lilke this :)
    good luck with your sale
     
  7. macrumors 6502a

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    k

    i dont know how low u can go but all i can offer is £150 i know is low if i offend you then just smack me and tell me to **** off but otherwise thats my offer
     
  8. thread starter macrumors 6502

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    i hope i'm not asking for too much but £150 is really too low... i'm sorry... maybe the next time i have a dell LCD to sell then i might consider your offer.
     
  9. macrumors regular

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    You do yourself no favours with ridiculous offers like that. Do you honestly think someone would sell a Cinema Display at that price? This is a forum for serious buyers/sellers.

    Zoowatch, good luck with your sale. It should fetch £350-£375 based on a slight undercutting of Ebay prices.
     
  10. macrumors 6502

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    Don't mean to thread crap, but that is one beautiful, beautiful monitor. I didn't realise how beautiful the Apple displays were.

    Arggh. If only I needed a monitor right now.
     
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    Brize

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    Just a quick note to say that I'm happy to vouch for Zoowatch: from my experience, he's a friendly and conscientious seller.
     
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    That is a reassuring endorsement, particularly coming from you.
    Glad to see you're still around. :)
     
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    Cheers Blue. :) Hope you're doing well.
     
  15. thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Sold!

    Thank you for looking.

    This item has just been sold.
     
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  17. macrumors 6502a

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    k

    zoowatch thanks for your non-flaming response ! denial what ever offer i make is up to me whether the seller will let the item go at which ever price , u or i will never know so i will submit an offer i can afford and see what can be worked out if zoowatch said no to £150 but he could do it for £200 then i would buy ! so please keep your thought about me to yourself or pm me and we can discuss it


    thanks

    sorry zoowatch had to say that :)
     
  18. macrumors regular

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    Glad it sold:) . No doubt it went for more than £150:D
     
  19. macrumors regular

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    Total garbage and you know it. In fact looking through your various posts I can only assume you are a 14 year old with a lot of time on your hands as some of your responses are bizarre and juvenile to say the least.

    If you have a problem let's take it to PM please. Although unless you bother to spell and puncuate correctly it is hard to fathom exactly what you are trying to say.


    k?
    :p
     
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    I agree completely. I've already called you on lowballing once a while ago, and you don't seem to care. If you keep just tossing ridiculous offers out there that kill the value of a thread, I'm goign to start reporting you to the mods.

    kthx.

    oh yeah, and there's no :p in my reply.
     
  21. macrumors 6502a

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    k

    So what the **** do you guys want ? how the hell can i be reported for an offer whether low or high my supposed lowballing does not concern anyone but the seller who is free to refuse my offer out of hand.

    HELLO this is a marketplace a free damn economy this is not a retail shop its a bunch of guys selling stuff through a community as for my age and puntuation its non of your business i have done may deals on thsese very forums so please leave me alone :mad:

    again sorry zoowatch live and let live
    MODS IF I AM BREAKING THE RULES LET ME KNOW
     

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