You may or may not have leakage, easy cracks, dull rings, etc. or they may be awesome....just risky. I just dont like the idea of taking risks with $296 (after shipping and insurance).Of course, buying from ebay, makes it that much more so. I have also been burnt from the site, so i have somewhat of a glass-half-empty outlook on ebay...
Originally posted by Silver4evr@May 29 2004, 12:00 AM If an ebay seller has a 99% buyer satisfaction rating, they didn't get it by defrauding people. I use this to judge when to make purchases or not.
Yes but this only says they are probably honest. I bought a very nice Thornes turnthable from an honest guy in Canada, and it arrived in fourteen pieces. Basically a total loss. Finding all new parts for a vintage 1965 turntable "aint" easy! And because the freight companies wanted to blame the accident on each other (one U.S. and one Canandian). Guess who got f@#ked!
When buying such fragile merchandise as turntables or GLASS HEADLIGHTS, caution is a good thing. Hence my calling it risky. Buying such from a dealer if proved reputable, is much more worry free. :wink
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