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Lets pool our money and cop? http://www.ebay.com/itm/Unreleased-Promo-Sample-Drake-OVO-Air-Jordan-Retro-10s-/231135900438?pt=US_Men_s_Athletic_Footwear&hash=item35d0c5f316 

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Originally Posted by hbkshin View Post
 

 

I like how it keeps my inventory moving at least. I never lose money, but sometimes I'm almost even. Still - it keeps me doing my absolute favorite part (the thrifting)

 

 

For me, the drawback right now is the piles of inventory. I have 48 items on my mobile rack ready to be photographed, along with at least that many hanging out in crates waiting for their turn. I can list 20-30 items per day, but I keep having (some addiction!) to go out and look for more, so the best stuff I find gets listed while the smaller stuff hangs out. 

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Yes, definitely wish buyers had to pay immediately if you accept an offer.
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Ugh, I greatly dislike Ebay sometimes...

 

I just received a camera lens from a seller that doesn't work properly. I ordered a Sigma 24mm lens for Canon described as 'works flawlessly' with cosmetic blemishes. The lens looks perfect but the electronics don't work 2/3 of the time. Frustrating.... And the seller is in Israel.

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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post
 

Ugh, I greatly dislike Ebay sometimes...

 

I just received a camera lens from a seller that doesn't work properly. I ordered a Sigma 24mm lens for Canon described as 'works flawlessly' with cosmetic blemishes. The lens looks perfect but the electronics don't work 2/3 of the time. Frustrating.... And the seller is in Israel.

 

I probably wouldn't have bought that because of the location :/

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Why? Israel is a perfectly acceptable place to buy stuff from. I've shipped a few things there as well. Yeah, the shipping was higher than I would've like, but the sale price was right altogether.

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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post
 

Why? Israel is a perfectly acceptable place to buy stuff from. I've shipped a few things there as well. Yeah, the shipping was higher than I would've like, but the sale price was right altogether.

 

Mostly because of returns etc for used electronics. Clothes, I wouldn't have much issue with.

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Guys my mannequin is here...first photos taken in two different locales.

Please rip it apart. Its taken with a cell phone camera. I can tell its blown out. What about my background? What do I do with the excess shirt sticking out?

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Edited by thefastlife - 1/15/14 at 4:12pm
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^ You pin it.

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I think mannequins generally work better if they're not ripped apart.

 

Do you have any sort of light you could use? I think it would help with the shadows a bunch. 2nd pic looks way better to me!

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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

I think mannequins generally work better if they're not ripped apart.

Do you have any sort of light you could use? I think it would help with the shadows a bunch. 2nd pic looks way better to me!

I moved it to a different location

Here's another shot

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Lol Drakes x Jordans
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Too late, it sold for 100K already :facepalm:

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That guy has the word 'troll' in his name.

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Can someone (who has good picture, no offense) take a few pics of how you pin yours. Just trying to get new/better ideas.

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