I have an Acebeam W30 LEP in Cool White located in Australia.
I literally opened it to turn on, but at the same time I got a Weltool W4 and decided to keep that as it matches my new Weltool W3Pro. Want to keep them as same design family.
Im asking $570usd or $750 (aud equivalent). Plus shipping. (will also accept some reasonable offers).
Not sure how much shipping would be to your location so contact me so I can get a quote. On ebay Ive put a high shipping value so it cover the most it would end up costing worldwide.
Im located in Australia, but willing to post overseas. Just keep in mind that it might take many weeks to arrive overseas. I will insure the item to be safe for both you and me. Also will require signature on delivery.
I have listed on ebay but can probably do a better deal if we deal directly outside eBay.
listing is at:
If you need any photos let me know and I can send. Just not sure how to upload on here.
I know whe should respect eachother, have fun, no name calling, etcetera.
But this reeks a bit shabby, since personally i think the asking price is absurd, which makes me give the feeling that the seller does not respect the BLF code of conduct as well.
He asks 750 AUstralian dollars, and additional shipping costs, when you can buy it brand new from Liteshop for 419 AUD, with warranty and free shipping in Australia?
Well, be what it may, I’m sure nobody would buy it if the price is so inflated. Simple silence in the thread would make it sink into oblivion, plus no arguments and no disturbance to the peace. That’s really what I have in mind with most moderating decisions here. But of course I also do encourage everyone to follow BLF Rule #8 as well:
Discouraging or forbidding anyone to comment anything but an offer tends to heavily favor the seller to the detriment of the buyers, who are denied knowledge necessary to a fair negotiation. (Such as the important information that you can get this brand new for much cheaper with a warranty and free shipping.) To further emphasize that it’s not only the duty of the buyer to seek out information elsewhere, but that it’s actually not even the duty of the seller to avoid expressing misinformation seems to clearly indicate that the site very much condones attempts to profit off of fellow hobbyists’ lack of knowledge so long as they refrain from rude language while doing it. Needless to say, this is a worrying message.
I fail to see any misinformation from the seller in this case, please correct me if I’m wrong. A high price is not misinformation, it’s simply a high price, and as such I trust users’ intelligence just as they would do in any other buying situation.
First of all, I don’t profit from any of these sales. This isn’t a paid classifieds section.
Secondly, other users have posted what they consider to be a fair price in this thread, and those posts have been allowed to remain.
Finally, the BLF Rules make it very clear that shady or illegal activity is forbidden here:
Clear attempts to take advantage of BLF users by shady individuals are publicly revealed, as can be observed in this warning thread that is prominently sticky’d at the top of the Want to Sell category: