|Sears Craftsman Power Washer|
|Another bread maker?!|
Switching over to items I bought strictly for flipping, we have this bread maker scored at my local Goodwill store. Now, should you take a walk through most any thrift shop, you’ll probably agree that bread makers have become the equivalent to an unwanted weed growing in a garden. Used breadmakers are an annoying constant in most thrift stores, taking up important shelf space better used for other things. I also wonder how much space these clunkers are taking up in landfills across the country? For that reason, I am not a fan of the modern, home-use breadmaker. But despite my strong animosity towards them, I actually found one I wanted to buy. This particular model (Zojirush) was brand new in the box. It even had some extra tools and the original instruction manual. Obviously not your run-of-the-mill, used thrift shop bread maker. Also important was the price...only $18 dollars! I couldn’t pass it up. Just to be sure I was getting a working bread maker rather then a lemon, I plugged it into a wall socket to test it. After a few seconds, the heating element began to warm up. That was all I needed to know. The bread maker came home with me and was posted on eBay a few days later. I set a "Buy it Now" price of $120 dollars and it sold a few days later. With it already packaged in the original box, it was an easy item to ship. Just like that, I was up one hundred dollars! A nice flip on a thrift shop item I normally pass up on.
|Sony New/Old Stock|
That’s a few of my recent summer sales of late. How’s your sales going this summer? Fill us in using the comment section below.
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