Thinking of selling my 37PX60CAB

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  1. Phragzy

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    along with a panasonic dvd recorder model DMR EZ25. Both bought brand new from comet end of August. How much do you think i should ask for?.
     
  2. David1943

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    Are you prepared to state why you wish to part with them? If it were me, I'd try auctioning them on eBay, that's if I still had the packaging.

    David :)
     
  3. Phragzy

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    Just looking to go bigger, unfortunately i do not have the packaging anymore.
     
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    You'll probably get a lot less for your 37" than what you paid for it, so why not do as I'm doing and use it in your bedroom?

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    It is in my bedroom ;) i'm only 22 bud so still with the folks. Overall i paid £1400 for it, looking at current prices i would price it between £900-£1100. What do you think?.
     
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    Sell it on eBay personally, make much more money, mad fols there.
     
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    I'm sixty-three and would hate the thought of losing £500 on such a deal. It's possible to buy a new one for less than a grand now, so consider whether your desire for a bigger screen really is worth such a loss. Even if you upgrade, there will almost certainly be something better you might crave in a few months time, so, unless money comes to you very easily, why not try to be satisfied with what you have for a while longer?

    David :)
     
  8. Phragzy

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    Well technially i've only paid £498 for the tv+dvd :) and im looking at upgrading to the 42" version. The 42" can be had for £969.99 from Play.com and other online retailers. Pretty much looking at a straight swap and if i can make some money then that's a plus.
     
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    " Overall i paid £1400 for it, looking at current prices i would price it between £900-£1100. What do you think?. "

    Am I missing something? £498 or £1400 ?

    David :confused:
     
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    £1400 is what is on the receipt however £498 is all i paid! :) helps to have very good mates work in electrical stores!.
     
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    Well if your that lucky maybe your mate would get you a 42" one for 6 cans of wife beater and a 1970's copy of Razzle:devil:
     

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