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Selling as a bundle so just price for the bundle please.

 

Brewista 1.2 ltr kettle. Boxed cracks on handle but includes a brand new handle from brewista.

 

Kalita wave 185 SS dripper

Kalita wave 500ml carafe

Kalita 185 papers

Aero press (full boxed set inc papers)

Aero press metal disc

Chemex 8 cup

Chemex papers

Hario v60 plastic

Hario v60 papers

 

None used more than 10 times with the exception of the kettle. All in very good if not excellent condition.

 

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Probably worth less as a package than split into lots unless you can find someone who really wants the full 50 schillings......£50

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If you have an idea of what you’d be prepared to accept as a job lot why not try here first. Surely worth a punt. I’d be interested in the kettle but may be prepared to take the lot at the right price.

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How about considering the likely value placed by potential buyers on each item, totalling then apply a 'buy all discount'. You've already had expressions of interest from some overhead circling folk. My take on what I would be happy to pay (I am not in the market BTW):

35.00 Chemex with full(ish) box filters

17.00 Aeropress with full(ish) set of filters (metal filter thrown in)

30.00 Kalita/Server/big bunch paper filters

 

 

the V60? well how about a pay it forward here on the forum, show those machine obsessed types great coffee can be had cheap. otherwise £5.

 

 

The kettle is a different thing, all the above have little to go wrong, and have had slight? use. So on the basis of current retail I'd say £60-70 based on usage.

 

 

Just my thoughts above, others will have different .I think @dfk41 is right, think splitting would raise a bigger total, but I figure the hassle of separately boxing might be not worth it.

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Some lowball valuations there @cambosheff no wonder you're ebaying

 

As a job lot I'd estimate a starting price of £125 - £150 including p+p depending on how fast you want it to sell.

 

Obviously you get more by splitting, but it's a pita to deal with all the different trips to the post office.

 

As a quick punt to shift it all in one go I'd stick it on at £125 incl p+p. If it doesn't go quickly then ebay or split. If I were in no rush I'd list at £150 incl p+p.

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I suspect Lee knows exactly how much he wants for this lot and was merely sticking his toe in the water to see if someone who actually wanted it would suggest a price close to what he wants.....reverse psychology as if he sticks it up for sale he stands no chance of not being bid daft bids

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Haha a bit harsh @dfk41 I’m not that clever. I was simply being a bit lazy and not wanting to go item for item in the sold listings.

 

There’s a bit of a range so I’ll pop it in the for sales later and see how it goes for a week or so.

 

Thanks all.

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Some lowball valuations there @cambosheff no wonder you're ebaying

 

As a job lot I'd estimate a starting price of £125 - £150 including p+p depending on how fast you want it to sell.

 

Obviously you get more by splitting, but it's a pita to deal with all the different trips to the post office.

 

As a quick punt to shift it all in one go I'd stick it on at £125 incl p+p. If it doesn't go quickly then ebay or split. If I were in no rush I'd list at £150 incl p+p.

 

Maybe i wasn't clear enough...60-70 for the kettle, plus other prices...bringing in the same c.£150 you subsequently mentioned.

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Haha a bit harsh @dfk41 I’m not that clever. I was simply being a bit lazy and not wanting to go item for item in the sold listings.

 

There’s a bit of a range so I’ll pop it in the for sales later and see how it goes for a week or so.

 

Thanks all.

Are you still planning on selling this lot? If that's the wood collared chemex I'd be interested. Mine had an altercation with a falling chocolate shaker...
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