Martin I am a relative newcomer to e-bay but my take is that most of the "buy it now" prices there reflect the market value so I suspect that £95 is there or thereabouts. I think the price you quoted was £137 plus vat which is about £160 for a new one so there's a saving of about £65 albeit for a secondhand one. I imagine that grain focusers don't suffer from much if any wear and tear.
Originally Posted by Martin Aislabie
Of course if he has the price wrong, no-one buys and he may re-list at a lower one. Depends on how long you can do without one.
Best of luck in your quest
Pentaxuser, I think I might just sit and watch this one.
Thanks for the find.
I have had little sucess in finding anything worth a second look in E-Bay
I am sorely tempted to share some of my hard earned cash with Robert White for a new one
As Trevor Crone points out a few notes back, he would advise buying the 2000 unit and it will last a life time.
You remeber th equality long after you have forgotten the price...
Or something like that