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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #180 on: 2015.January.20. 16:10:55 »
Also found this cartridge from the same seller, but the starting bid is expensive.

Useful to put inside a SD adapter...

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #181 on: 2015.January.30. 23:03:41 »
An EP64 green cap. Marked in the advert as a 128.

It seems completely new as the seller says....

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #182 on: 2015.February.27. 02:09:50 »
There are currently two ep128 on hungarian olx:

this one for only 15000Ft:
http://olx.hu/hirdetes/enterprise-128-ID35lWL.html#591092afa0

the other one for 38000Ft (box, cassettes):
http://olx.hu/hirdetes/enterprise-128-ID30WJX.html#591092afa0

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #183 on: 2015.March.30. 22:21:40 »
I found a Spectrum emulator on the British E-Bay.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Enterprise-64-128-one-two-eight-SINCLAIR-ZX-SPECTRUM-emulator-with-system-bridge-/221724976991?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item339fd6a75f

 The "CENTRUM" sticker can be seen on the casing. Dispite that the article is in Gloucestershire right now, it originates from Hungary.
Our saint shopping store from the 80s early 90s has become famous on the world.
RIP my belowed Centrum Áruház
http://www.hirlevelplusz.hu/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/centrum-ah.preview.jpg

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #184 on: 2015.March.30. 23:00:30 »
I found a Spectrum emulator on the British E-Bay.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Enterprise-64-128-one-two-eight-SINCLAIR-ZX-SPECTRUM-emulator-with-system-bridge-/221724976991?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item339fd6a75f
He is started one years ago with 450 GBP price. Few more years and the price will be reasonable :-)

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Re: Ebay auctions and Vatera.hu
« Reply #185 on: 2015.March.31. 14:11:57 »
Zozo, 

I have noticed that there are items on www.vatera.hu.

My Hungarian is awful so am not sure how this works, if its an auction
or a fixed price......

I am interested in getting a bus end cover and a PSU, for my EP128,
but am not sure what is going on. :oops:

If things become available, at a reasonable price, then I am interested.

Russ

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #186 on: 2015.March.31. 14:22:30 »
It is a auction. Write me your maximum bids, and I can bid for you.

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #187 on: 2015.April.06. 10:28:30 »
A boxed Neos mouse sold as broken, but because the owner can't test it.

He only sells to a few countries, not Hungary...

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #188 on: 2015.April.06. 11:05:33 »
A Yamaha MSX mouse from USA whith the Neos shape.

I don't like to buy from non communitarian countries because it means added taxes to the final price... but if it ends cheap....

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #189 on: 2015.April.06. 17:52:01 »
I don't understand this added tax or with other name "Import charges". I haven't seen it before, only this (or previous) year has been comming up.
Normally when I buy something little (20x20*20 cm), it is marked as gift, and shouldn't be pay extra fees. The import charges has to be payed if it's more than x Dollar, or a big volume.
And why I don't have to pay extra, when I buy from China?

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #190 on: 2015.April.06. 18:44:22 »
I think it isn't a problem of foreign authorities. In Spain sometimes they do not charge, but sometimes they even want to include the transport to calculate the taxes if it is displayed in the bill. You can't complain, just pay what they tell you or never will got what you've already purchased.

Now  exists a new way. You pay a fixed tax to the seller and he declares it as paid in origin.  You can distinguish these Ebay items, especially from USA, which have a similar text: "Customs taxes provided".

About the Chinese products I think that the taxes depend on international agreements with the CE. Another aspect is the free delivery, they take advantage of hollows in container loads to bring small items here. Its free but can last a month or not arrive ever....
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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #191 on: 2015.April.23. 07:24:39 »
Every now and then there is a Neos mouse on Ebay.

http://www.ebay.es/itm/Vintage-Mouse-And-Cheese-For-Commodre-64-128-/151656503808?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item234f6e9a00

This is cheap but not the delivery.

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Re: Ebay auctions
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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #193 on: 2015.May.07. 08:56:11 »
In Spain we have roadside robbers too...

A boxed green-cap(?) EP128 with German keyboard and Magyar manuals for 650 Euro.....

Somebody has knowledge about the cheap prices in Hungary...

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Re: Ebay auctions
« Reply #194 on: 2015.May.07. 09:04:46 »
Wow! It looks an original Ep64 green joy cap. And the cartridge is also from an EP64. And I think the German machine is from Hungary.
Will be an interesting story...
« Last Edit: 2015.May.09. 18:59:41 by szipucsu »