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post #14806 of 17567
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Originally Posted by jdrizzy View Post

true weight was .560 grams - i put it as .650. I think i'll just void and reprint. (canadian paypal might be a bit different)

Sorry - no experience with Canadian shipping - ignore anything I said. smile.gif
post #14807 of 17567
I'm going to be selling a bunch of Nikon lenses and three DSLR bodies (D2X and D3) for a friend. If anyone here is looking for a lens, let me know. I can probably sell for less than you'll find anywhere else. All gear is used, but very well cared for.
post #14808 of 17567
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

I'm going to be selling a bunch of Nikon lenses and three DSLR bodies (D2X and D3) for a friend. If anyone here is looking for a lens, let me know. I can probably sell for less than you'll find anywhere else. All gear is used, but very well cared for.

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post #14809 of 17567
Here are the heavy hitters...


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


L-R: AF Nikkor 300mm f/4; 80-200 f/2.8 D, 20-35mm f/2.8 D



L-R: Fisheye 10.5mm f/2.8 G; 80-400mm VR 4.5-5.6 D, AF-S 17-55 f/2.8 G, 35-70 2.8 D; 12-24 f/4 G DX



L-R: 2X Teleconverter, 1.4x teleconverter, 20mm f/2.8, 28mm f/2.8, 50mm f/1.4


Edited by Fueco - 8/4/14 at 11:40pm
post #14810 of 17567
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Originally Posted by jdrizzy View Post
 

true weight was .560 grams - i put it as .650. I think i'll just void and reprint. (canadian paypal might be a bit different)

Yep you can void through PayPal (you have 24 or 48 hours I think?). If you're over 500 grams, you're already in the 17$ Expedited shipping right? 560 or 650 would be a few cents different

post #14811 of 17567
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

L-R: Fisheye 10.5mm f/2.8 G; 80-400mm VR 4.5-5.6 D, AF-S 17-55 f/2.8 G, 35-70 2.8 D; 12-24 f/4 G DX


 

:drool:

post #14812 of 17567

Are you guys noticing E-Delcon Countries tracking padded FRE?  Shipping a tie to Australia, and regular priority is not tracked, FC offers E-delcon, and now when clicking on Padded FRE, that now offers E-Delcon Tracking.

post #14813 of 17567
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Originally Posted by Snoogz View Post
 

Are you guys noticing E-Delcon Countries tracking padded FRE?  Shipping a tie to Australia, and regular priority is not tracked, FC offers E-delcon, and now when clicking on Padded FRE, that now offers E-Delcon Tracking.

It confuses me why 1st class is tracked but priority is not. Interesting on the Padded FRE.

post #14814 of 17567
Just noticed both priority envelopes offer it to Australia. Padded & legal. I'll keep an eye out to other E-Delcon's and see if they all include those.
post #14815 of 17567
Quick question about condition: I have a pair of pants I bought NWOT tags at a discount store that have been altered. What do you list that as? NWOT? Pre-owned?
post #14816 of 17567
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Originally Posted by ilikethelights View Post

Quick question about condition: I have a pair of pants I bought NWOT tags at a discount store that have been altered. What do you list that as? NWOT? Pre-owned?

I wouldn't have a problem listing them as NWOT/Altered, but I assume there are others here who would disagree with me.

post #14817 of 17567
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Originally Posted by ilikethelights View Post

Quick question about condition: I have a pair of pants I bought NWOT tags at a discount store that have been altered. What do you list that as? NWOT? Pre-owned?

If you have altered them than don't list as NWOT. I buy a manufacturer by size (Corneliani Polo pants 36/34 fits like bespoke on me). I don't read any description info for NWT or NWOT since it should be exactly as the manufacturer made them. So if I bought something and it didn't fit, I would win a case against you (if you altered it). So my recommendation is pre-owned then maybe in title NEVER WORN

post #14818 of 17567
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Originally Posted by Shoeluv View Post
 
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Originally Posted by ilikethelights View Post

Quick question about condition: I have a pair of pants I bought NWOT tags at a discount store that have been altered. What do you list that as? NWOT? Pre-owned?

If you have altered them than don't list as NWOT. I buy a manufacturer by size (Corneliani Polo pants 36/34 fits like bespoke on me). I don't read any description info for NWT or NWOT since it should be exactly as the manufacturer made them. So if I bought something and it didn't fit, I would win a case against you (if you altered it). So my recommendation is pre-owned then maybe in title NEVER WORN

Actually....... I'm not so sure about that as I've won cases with this exact issue be it NWT vs NWOT. As long as it's called out correctly....example "NWOT (or NWT), store display (etc), never worn, hemmed to a 30" inseam" and the inseam actually measures 30" I'll win the case as buyers remorse for non-fitment of a clothing item. Not saying that you should try to deceive  people items I know are NWOT get listed as such.

 

This item is NWT (but same idea)...the pants would have came unhemmed from the store, but they were hemmed to a 31" inseam. I still sold it NWT.

PHINEAS COLE Paul Stuart Brown Cavalry Twill SIDE TAB Wool Dress Pants US 32

post #14819 of 17567
^^^^I have sold items that NWOT defect, the defect being that they have been altered. Never had a problem with it but I haven't listed too many items that way.
post #14820 of 17567

I don't mind prospective buyers messaging me for reduced price/free shipping, but it's hilarious when they say 'If you do this, I'll pay RIGHT NOW', as if it's some sort of leverage or a favor to me. We don't have hyperinflation in this country yet (no thanks to Obamer!), so go ahead and pay me three days later.

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