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Postby ANNIHILATOR 2 » Fri Feb 04, 2005 12:15 am

Well, since its now officialy 3 days after the Jan. 31, I assume the CPS 2000 is mine now and out of the bidding game. As you requested RAK, I will wait till the other offers ran out of their 3 day waiting period, or get outbid.
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Postby Spinner » Fri Feb 04, 2005 6:21 am

Hmmm...I will have to consider about the MXL...

As an international buyer, I am concerned about possible Customs charges, which could increase the cost by about 25% (ouch). Therefore, I want to keep the value of the order pretty low, while still making it worth my while to pay for the high shipping costs.

Some other bids...

Both XXP 275s - $10
XXP 175 - $4
SplashZooka - $10
XP 75 - $3
SC 400 + SC QFD - $4

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Postby RAK » Fri Feb 04, 2005 8:30 am

Bidding is closed for the CPS 2000. ANNIHILATOR 2 has won.

we'll discuss the specs on PM after all of your bids have been finalized.

spinner, to my knowledge, it's not the customs that gets you. more like the distance. :p since you're looking into a bunch of small-medium soakers, i could combine shipping and put a bunch (maybe not all) in one big box. this is much cheaper. for the do-it-yourself shipping calculation, navigate to the USPS international calculator and enter in weight estimates *individually* (assuming that shipping is NOT combined) shipping from the US at ZIP 10570 in NY. enter in your postal code or whatever and that should give you the shipping amount.

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Postby Spinner » Fri Feb 04, 2005 8:46 am

That would be good if you could combine shipping. Still, the costs are still likely to be nasty, and I think Customs is an unknown quantity - with the number of soakers I'm buying, they might, or might not, decide to charge a fee. I'm hoping they won't.
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Postby isoaker » Fri Feb 04, 2005 11:00 am

Is that the cheapest method of shipping? Their rates are..err.. higher than I'd expect. Hmmm...

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Postby Spinner » Fri Feb 04, 2005 11:38 am

I think so, unless anyone knows of another, cheaper, way to send it.

Incidentally, what's the matter with the broken XP 150?
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Postby USSA » Fri Feb 04, 2005 2:34 pm

Splashzook - $12

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Postby Spinner » Fri Feb 04, 2005 4:06 pm

Zook - $14
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Postby RAK » Fri Feb 04, 2005 9:22 pm

isoaker, if you are able to find a cheaper shipping method thats fine with me.

spinner, the XP 150 has an annoying tank that is so worn down that it's extremely hard to attach/detach. also, sometimes the gun shoots while pumping (sometimes it does this, sometimes it actually works). the gun arrived to me in this condition, so im not sure exactly how all this happened.

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Postby olorins » Sat Feb 05, 2005 2:43 am

RAK wrote:also, olorins, could you specify which soaker you're offering a bid for?

Sorry; I should have repeated that in the second post; it was for the XP 215.




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Postby USSA » Sat Feb 05, 2005 2:47 am

zook 15

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Postby Spinner » Sat Feb 05, 2005 7:47 am

SplashZooka $17. May I alter the bids that I have made to include a CPS QFD and SC QFD?
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Postby isoaker » Sat Feb 05, 2005 11:48 am

Well, after consulting the shipping costs, I'm adjusting my bid for the broken XP150 to $15 USD total (that's roughly $2 for the soaker and $13 for shipping). My main interest in this soaker is to take pics, but can't really get stats for a soaker that no longer appears to function well. Oh well...

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Postby RAK » Sat Feb 05, 2005 11:38 pm

Spinner wrote:SplashZooka $17. May I alter the bids that I have made to include a CPS QFD and SC QFD?

as long as it doesnt disrupt any of the bidding or anything, go ahead.

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Postby ANNIHILATOR 2 » Sun Feb 06, 2005 8:35 pm

My Offer:

MDS NIB = $3

CPS Quickfill = $2

(I am aware that the MDS does not require a Quickfill, but one of my CPS3200 does.)

My previous offers still stand.




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Postby RAK » Sun Feb 06, 2005 9:05 pm

since some people are including QFD's with their bid, i'm a bit wary that people may end up including the same QFD on two different soakers' bids. if this ends up being the case, i think the fairest thing to do will be to give the QFD to the one who bids highest on the QFD specifcally.

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Postby ANNIHILATOR 2 » Sun Feb 06, 2005 11:41 pm

RAK wrote:since some people are including QFD's with their bid, i'm a bit wary that people may end up including the same QFD on two different soakers' bids. if this ends up being the case, i think the fairest thing to do will be to give the QFD to the one who bids highest on the QFD specifcally.

Sure. I will edit the bid on the CPS quickfill to make it seperate, and change it to CPS Quickfill $2.00.


[Edit]: Since its now officialy the 7th, I asume that I won the MXL + Quickfill today and the SS 50 NIB yesterday.




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Postby Spinner » Mon Feb 07, 2005 4:41 am

Similarly, I must have won the MX by now. I'm not sure about the other ones I've bid on, maybe you can clarify when they end/if they've ended?
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Postby ANNIHILATOR 2 » Mon Feb 07, 2005 5:26 am

Spinner wrote:Similarly, I must have won the MX by now. I'm not sure about the other ones I've bid on, maybe you can clarify when they end/if they've ended?

Basicaly one must add 4 days to the bidding day number. The forth day is what you won. So your 2 CPS 4100s January 3rd+ 4 days = January 7th. Which means you won both CPS 4100s. Feel free to crorect me RAK if I'm wrong with my little math method.
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Postby RAK » Mon Feb 07, 2005 5:22 pm

you're right. it's hard for me to keep track of all of the bids and the ending dates and all that. i have a general idea of how it is but i'm keeping records of who has the highest bids, not when it is up. i should probably organize it better, but if everyone checks up on their bids and the 3 days is up (known on the 4th day) and lets me know that they won, i'll cross reference to make sure then i'll award the auction to that bidder. also, i'm writing in "SOLD" next to the won soaker on page 5's inventory listing if anyone is confused as to the status of the soakers. i should also probably put "bidding" too, but that takes some strategizing lol.

nothing too hectic that i cant handle though :blues:


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