For Sale SONY VPL-HW40ES Full HD Projector, Black, Boxed great condition.

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SONY VPL-HW40ES Full HD Projector, Black, Boxed great condition slight marcks on top where it was installed but its shiny black so where dust has been wiped off.

Complete with remote 2.1k hours in low lamp mode built in IR 3d Tranmitter, 1700 lumens, 21DB.

Hw40es lamp life
The HW40ES claims a very impressive 5000 hours in Eco-mode (aka Low lamp), but things start getting expensive if running the projector at full power where the lamp is rated only 2000 hours, which, these days, is way below average

plenty of life left in the lamp always been used in low lamp mode and in dedicated cinema room Smoke free home.

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625
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Reduced to £575.00 a really great PJ 590ES forces sale.
 

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A bargain at that price. I still use this PJ myself and originally paid €2,400 for it a few years ago.
 

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Upgraded to the 590 hence the sale otherwise would not be selling its never missed a beat !!
 

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Hello,
Would you accept £400 plus delivery?
(Would leave you with probably more cash after Ebay fees etc. Plus Ebay pj auction sales seem to have very low selling prices just now; e.g. £160 for a JVC 350HD that I just missed out on!)

I've been after a used JVC 350HD for £300 but the shop I'm dealing with are terrible at communication. Getting fed up waiting.
 

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Hi, thanks for the offer but its really heavy so with parcel costs and insurance its going to cost quite a bit to send.

I can do £450 inc but would have to be something like my hermes.

Cheers
 

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That feels a bit risky. They don't seem to offer any protection on fragile items. And DPD don't cover projectors.
Looks like I'll need to wait until someone local is selling.
Sorry.
 

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I'm looking into the possibility of a careful courier service (if such a thing exists!) Awaiting a quote for a 500mm x 500mm x 300mm, 15kg parcel.
 

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Quote of £76.36 from "Pack and Send" and that's without asking them to pack it. God knows what it would cost if they do the packing. Sadly, no guarantees that they won't play football with your parcel en route. So, too pricey for me.
 

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