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Phantom 2 (non-vision) with 2 H3-3D gimbals, FPV set up

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Realtor_Rick, Jul 17, 2014.

  1. Realtor_Rick

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    Howdy ~

    I have a DJI Phantom 2 (non-vision) with 2 H3-3D gimbals - one with the gopro clip pre-mounted which got wet for literally one second (video to prove it) and might need some repair (estimate $69) and one of the brand new ones (from B&H photo, arrived 2 days ago for $379).

    I also have a 7" monitor and 5.8 ghz transmitter already hooked up and working.

    I also have a hard shell carrying case (Go Professional Cases Phantom 2 Vision/gopro Hard Case $209), 3 spare DJI Phantom 2 batteries ($129 per), prop guards and a handful of extra propellers.

    7" Monitor W/ Built in Diversity Receiver $274.00 1 $274.00
    32 CH 5.8 ghz Digital TX 600mW $129.00 1 $129.00
    DJI Phantom 2 with H3-3D Combo Deal $959.00 1 $959.00

    All in, I've spent over $2,300.

    ** FOR SALE TO BEST OFFER ** This product is too delicate and complicated for me. 720-432-5595 rick@rickjanson.com
     
  2. Jasonboz56

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    Would you consider $500 by any chance?
     
  3. Realtor_Rick

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    This is a like-new $2300 package. No, I will not consider low ball offers.
     
  4. Jasonboz56

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    Didn't mean to offend sorry. I actually purchased an fc40 rtf and a p2v+ Rtf for less than $900 total today so happy selling to you and happy flying to me!!! Take care
     
  5. andydotmason

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    Would you take $850?
     
  6. amkorp

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    OP, putting "BEST OFFER" on an online classified ad is just asking for trouble and heartache.

    Do yourself a favour and put a price that you would be happy to let it go for so potential buyers know where you stand. From there you can negotiate down to something you and the buyer are ok with.

    Otherwise you are going to get low ball offers and people harrassing you.


    With that being said.....would you consider $375 for the package?......JUST KIDDING!!!