#1

Member
Bay Area, CA
(This post was last modified: 11-30-2018, 09:56 PM by andrewjs18.)
Doing a little more downsizing. Below are a few separate lots which include the following:

ALL PRICES INCLUDE SHIPPING + PAYPAL

Lot #1 Razor Lot (Asking $450)

- Paradigm 17-4 Stainless Steel
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Lot #2 Razor Lot (Asking $180)
- Timeless 0.95mm Knurled Handle Stainless Steel
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Lot #3 Razor Lot (Asking $85)

- Rockwell 6S Gift Set (includes unused Brush and Soap)
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Lot #4 Soap Lot (SOLD)
- Mickey Lee Soapworks The Kraken (used x1)
- Mickey Lee Soapworks Pantie Dropper (used x2)
- Mickey Lee Soapworks Cape Verde (unused)
- Mickey Lee Soapworks Paradise Frost (used x1)


Lot #5 Brush Lot (Asking $45)

- Badger and Blade 40th Anniversary Boar
- Omega 10049 Pro Boar
- Semogue 620
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Lot #6 Brush Lot (Asking $25)
- WCS Tourtise Shell (badger)
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Lot #7 Brush Lot (Asking $100)

- Maseto 30mm (badger)
- Elite Razor 26mm Manchurian (badger)
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Thank you for looking and please note I will only ship within the US.
#2
Nice items, but could you post some clearer pictures? Also of the razors‘ single parts?

Also, why is the 17-4 $220 more than the $230 it retailed for?
#3
Not really fair to price shame someone for selling a hard to find, no longer in production razor but that’s just my opinion. Why don’t people do that when someone lists a Wolfman Razor for 2 times its retail value when they are still made and only hard to get?
No offense meant by my post but I see too much double standard behavior on these forums. ALL FORUMS. It’s quite funny and sad that razor politics is a real thing.

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#4

Member
Ferndale, MI
(11-25-2018, 02:02 PM)FloridaCreekIndian Wrote: Why don’t people do that when someone lists a Wolfman Razor for 2 times its retail value when they are still made and only hard to get?

People do.

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#5
I didn’t mean to offend him. I was just asking, why. If he himself got the razor at 450, I would totally be okay with it. If he got it at 230 back then, it’s another thing.

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#6

Veni, vidi, vici
New Vegas
(This post was last modified: 11-25-2018, 03:25 PM by primotenore.)
(11-25-2018, 03:19 PM)LithiumDawn Wrote: I didn’t mean to offend him. I was just asking, why. If he himself got the razor at 450, I would totally be okay with it. If he got it at 230 back then, it’s another thing.

No it isn't.
It's posts like these that have made me advocate in the past for BST threads to be locked for responses. PM only would completely suffice. Obviously, I am in the minority with this opinion.
GLWTS OP

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Shaving for 46+ years; enjoying my shaves since 2014
Ah, che bel vivere, che bel piacere per un barbiere di qualità...
#7

Merchant
St. Louis, MO
What’s the problem? Ask whatever you want no matter what you paid for any of these items. It all comes down to a willing buyer and seller coming to agreement. Profit is not a dirty word.


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#8

Member
Europe
I borrow words from administrator of this forum from similar situation recently ... "if you don't like the price he paid and/or is asking, then move along. no need to drag it down."
GLWTS OP and I am really happy, you offer razor here instead of that auction site.

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#9
(This post was last modified: 11-25-2018, 04:38 PM by LithiumDawn.)
Okay. I apologize. Didn’t think a simple question would get that much flak. I only thought there existed a gentleman‘s code within this community not to ask more than one had paid. Obviously I was wrong.

This is from the BST rules of TSN:

In your FS posts, for all non-vintage items, you must state how much the items costs new and you must not ask for more than the item costs new. Further, members are encouraged to keep the sellers honest...Sellers wishing to turn a profit should sell on Ebay, a similar auction site, or their own website.

I thought the same applied here. Again, I didn’t want to offend anyone.
#10
(11-25-2018, 04:14 PM)Petronius Wrote: "if you don't like the price he paid and/or is asking, then move along. no need to drag it down."
GLWTS OP and I am really happy, you offer razor here instead of that auction site.

If a simple question results in these reactions, then maybe I should better move on.


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