21   Advertisements / Wanted / Re: Sox Street Light  on: Today at 12:54:56 PM 
Started by CreeRSW207 - Last post by sox35
Can sellers see when i watch an item? Like they see my ebay name watching it in their dashboard?
I don't know, I don't sell all that often. I suppose they must do, because I'd put the lamp in my watch list a couple of days earlier. Then on Tuesday I think it was I was just considering making an offer (it was a buy it now sale with offers accepted) when I got an email offering it to me for a lower price..! Needless to say I accepted..!
 22   Advertisements / Wanted / Re: Sox Street Light  on: Today at 12:50:03 PM 
Started by CreeRSW207 - Last post by Lightingguy1994
Nobody has said anything about charity, it's a question of profit margins. Do you want a large one, and are prepared to sit on an item for months or are you prepared to accept a smaller one.?
We were looking at a SOX lamp the other day, the seller knew we were watching it, and before we could submit an offer of £35 for it, he offered it to us for £30.


Can sellers see when i watch an item? Like they see my ebay name watching it in their dashboard?
 23   Advertisements / Wanted / Re: Sox Street Light  on: Today at 12:48:38 PM 
Started by CreeRSW207 - Last post by Lightingguy1994
I think you can set your seller settings so that any accounts with a strike cannot bid or buy.

Few months ago i found a good deal on older sox lamps on ebay, i got in touch with seller for shipping, he said sure i and waited to hear back with the cost. Being sure i was buying i committed so i didnt lose the chance. Never heard back again and i sent messages asking for the total or to cancel. Had to contact ebay directly to remove this deadbeat. Shame because i really wanted those bulbs. Was a set of 3 nos philips sox55 with brown base for like 70us
 24   Advertisements / Wanted / Re: Sox Street Light  on: Today at 12:44:57 PM 
Started by CreeRSW207 - Last post by GE101R
Charity, can't afford it, don't buy it. People gripe about the prices of Mercedes when they cannot afford one and when they become more affluent they buy one and parade it around.  LOL
 25   Advertisements / Wanted / Re: Sox Street Light  on: Today at 12:42:33 PM 
Started by CreeRSW207 - Last post by Mandolin Girl
People always want others to set prices that they like regardless of the price the seller paid. In other words, sellers are not there for charity as some buyers expect them to be. All the sudden craze about SOX lamps when not too many years ago nobody cared about them in the USA. It's the "let's get it before they run out syndrome" that causes the prices to rise. Again, supply and demand, economics 101.
Nobody has said anything about charity, it's a question of profit margins. Do you want a large one, and are prepared to sit on an item for months or are you prepared to accept a smaller one.?
We were looking at a SOX lamp the other day, the seller knew we were watching it, and before we could submit an offer of £35 for it, he offered it to us for £30.
 26   Advertisements / Wanted / Re: Sox Street Light  on: Today at 12:40:46 PM 
Started by CreeRSW207 - Last post by GE101R
There are still sellers that do hike prices because they want to scam. Remember the whole hostess twinkie thing? Seen boxes on there going for hundreds. And yes there are buyers that want it all for nothing. Good thing Im not one of them. I have 100% feed back on ebay. And when there is an offer button ill usually offer  about $5 or maybe $10 off. $5 US off the price translates to like $10 or so Cad saved for me because it also lowers the import chargés for GSP

And me as well. AND I have been scammed by buyers that ended up getting kicked off and being investigated by the authorities.
 27   Lanterns/Fixtures / Videos / Moving A Street Light Standard In Scotland  on: Today at 12:37:56 PM 
Started by GE101R - Last post by GE101R
https://youtu.be/Yw8oNE37bRI
 28   Advertisements / Wanted / Re: Sox Street Light  on: Today at 12:37:03 PM 
Started by CreeRSW207 - Last post by Lightingguy1994
There are still sellers that do hike prices because they want to scam. Remember the whole hostess twinkie thing? Seen boxes on there going for hundreds. And yes there are buyers that want it all for nothing. Good thing Im not one of them. I have 100% feed back on ebay. And when there is an offer button ill usually offer  about $5 or maybe $10 off. $5 US off the price translates to like $10 or so Cad saved for me because it also lowers the import chargés for GSP
 29   Lanterns/Fixtures / Modern / Re: Fire alarm wiring  on: Today at 12:35:34 PM 
Started by Fluorescent05 - Last post by HPSM250R2
I have a System Sensor S1224MC strobe and it runs on 12-24v DC.

Cool do you have a picture of it?
 30   Advertisements / Wanted / Re: Sox Street Light  on: Today at 12:29:51 PM 
Started by CreeRSW207 - Last post by GE101R
People always want others to set prices that they like regardless of the price the seller paid. In other words, sellers are not there for charity as some buyers expect them to be. All the sudden craze about SOX lamps when not too many years ago nobody cared about them in the USA. It's the "let's get it before they run out syndrome" that causes the prices to rise. Again, supply and demand, economics 101.
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