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(This post was last modified: 03-15-2016, 04:02 PM by stromi09. Edit Reason: Price drop )
King cobra for sell or for trade. I would prefer to sell to get some fund built up, but a good trade is hard to pass up at times. If you have something worth more than the $250 and want to trade down, I have some handles that can sweeten the deal. Questions, comments, concerns, shoot me a PM. I have plenty of references on other sites that you will know. This is my first post on here.

Selling for $250 shipped. OConus will pay the difference.

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expert shaver
Port Saint Lucie
The list price for a new King Cobra Classic is $239

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#3
Correct. I won't argue that. Go 4 posts down and find it for $275. Not trying to deflect too much here, but $260 is a good price, and there is no wait, no gamble to see if you can get one at $240.
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Chazz Reinhold HOF
(This post was last modified: 03-15-2016, 03:14 AM by hrfdez.)
(03-14-2016, 10:50 PM)slantman Wrote: The list price for a new King Cobra Classic is $239

Good point, but interesting. I brought this up before and I was told to pretty much stuff it. GLWTS.

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The Dude Abides
Florida
(03-15-2016, 03:14 AM)hrfdez Wrote:
(03-14-2016, 10:50 PM)slantman Wrote: The list price for a new King Cobra Classic is $239

Good point, but interesting.  I brought this up before and I was told to pretty much stuff it.  GLWTS.

While I am not going to get involved in how a member prices an item, as normally pricing above MSRP won't get something sold; I challenge you to go buy one new for $239 right now. I don't find $10 above MSRP to be unreasonable since one almost never sees them available at Classic Shaving.

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Doug

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Chazz Reinhold HOF
(03-15-2016, 08:14 PM)wingdo Wrote:
(03-15-2016, 03:14 AM)hrfdez Wrote:
(03-14-2016, 10:50 PM)slantman Wrote: The list price for a new King Cobra Classic is $239

Good point, but interesting.  I brought this up before and I was told to pretty much stuff it.  GLWTS.

While I am not going to get involved in how a member prices an item, as normally pricing above MSRP won't get something sold; I challenge you to go buy one new for $239 right now.  I don't find $10 above MSRP to be unreasonable since one almost never sees them available at Classic Shaving.

Well you did get involved, lol. Which is fine, but this is not a vintage item that will never be available again. I understand your point, but when people barely participate and then use the BST, is kind of tacky IMO. But this is not my world, so I go along with what you gents in charge want to allow.

This is just my opinion, nothing more.

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The Dude Abides
Florida
(03-15-2016, 08:24 PM)hrfdez Wrote: Well you did get involved, lol. Which is fine, but this is not a vintage item that will never be available again.  I understand your point, but when people barely participate and then use the BST, is kind of tacky IMO.  But this is not my world, so I go along with what you gents in charge want to allow.


As a moderator, "getting involved" would imply moderating posts or discussion. No one has told him he cannot post at this price, and no one has told other members they cannot post what the actual list price is. I will say I have been trying to get a king cobra for some time, so I am curious about it, and nothing is to stop any member from offering MSRP for the razor. Wink Everyone has had their "say" here, and let's drop this and let the member see if it sells.

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Doug

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Chazz Reinhold HOF
Fair enough!

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#9
Living in California I also had to pay sales tax and shipping. That came out to be more than $260.
That and the fact that it's hardly ever in stock (and when it is it sells fast) I can't see how anyone can complain about one at this price.

GLWTS


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(This post was last modified: 03-16-2016, 12:52 AM by StephenG.)
The OP joined this group on 3-5-2016. Many other forums require a minimum number of posts plus time in the group before being allowed to list items for sale . DFS does not have any preconditions.
Also other forums have limits on pricing based on retail value. DFS has no pricing limits.
Draw your own conclusions.

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