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Re:Getting ready to sell Tasc R 30
« on: October 10, 2010, 09:47AM »
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Thanks for the info Sargon.  That price list is very helpful. 

I'll put it on worldwide.  I only speak/write English, so communication could be a problem. 
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Re:Getting ready to sell Tasc R 30
« Reply #1 on: October 8, 2010, 08:54PM »
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Hello,

Beter is worldwide selling,and the best ist to put it on german ebay.that is the best international page to sell it

The powersupply is not a problem

For prices u can look on www.elpeon.com >Tasc, for price wich they already sold

If u sell it,first let the money send to ure account,when u have it,then sending the R30

Good luck with the sell.

Lucky enough i have the complete Tasc production myself R30 2.2 ,R30 2.5 and the rare R40

Kind regards,Hans


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Getting ready to sell Tasc R 30
« Reply #2 on: October 8, 2010, 12:10PM »
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I'm preparing to sell Tasc R30 2.5 with smartboard. Probably sell it on ebay once I get organized. 

I'm wondering if I should sell international, or just US & Canada. the power supply adapter is for US-Canada wiring and voltage, so I'm thinking that maybe it wouldn't be attractive to some countries. 

Also there is the shipping cost issue, as well as how to I give a potential buyer a reasonable estimate of shipping costs? Too, what if someone asks me what *their* customs or duty would be? I would have no idea.  My concern is someone would buy it and then refuse to pay duty.

Anyway, I'm hoping someone experienced in shipping or buying chess computers might share their wisdom with me.

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