Price Check: How much is my _____ worth?

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TNT

15 Jul 2020, 14:28

Hey,

I'm asking for somebody who wants to sell this board but doesn't know what to ask for.

It's an Acer 6012 with white ALPS SKCM. A little bit dirty, some lettering seems to be showing some wear but otherwise good condition. What do you recommend?
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dcopellino

15 Jul 2020, 15:08

Weezer wrote:
13 Jul 2020, 03:05
csabanw wrote:
13 Jul 2020, 01:13
Hi !

A friend of mine suggest this place for help me. I have an IBM Beam Spring 6580 keyboard in good condition. It's untested, with german layout. Can somebody help me how much it's worth ? I want to sell it on this page. Everything helps. Thank you
Give or take 1K USD
Gosh, it's a good and neat offer on which I want to do the following consideration. How much would rise the final price if this deal went forward considering that the seller is European and the potential buyer bids from USA if I don't go wrong. The point is. Are the customs duties due only to us Europeans or also to our American friends?
My question is just for curiosity sake and don't want to be polemical, of course.
Thanks for answering....

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DeChief

23 Jul 2020, 16:03

Hey all, I'm wondering what these guys are worth:

- T-ZONE limited edition gold Filco Stealth FKB-92ERG, sold at Macworld Expo Tokyo 1998, 1 of 100 made. A Macintosh ADB keyboard using Alps SKCM White switches, comes with a generic grey ADB cable.

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- Akihabara Mac Academy limited edition Filco FKB-97S, sold at Macworld Expo Tokyo 1998. Another Mac ADB keyboard with Alps SKCM White switches. It was likely made in a similar number as the gold Stealth, and comes with the original box and a black ADB cable.

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- IBM JX PC 5511 keyboard, with box but missing the foam. Alps SKCL Green switches, I think? They feel so nice that I'd keep the keyboard as my daily driver if I could figure out how to convert it to USB. The keyboard part number is 6454042.

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Thanks!

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Half-Saint

27 Jul 2020, 18:36

What's a Rebel Red Alert set of caps worth nowadays? I only have the base set with red on white caps.

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Elrick

12 Aug 2020, 08:48

DeChief wrote:
23 Jul 2020, 16:03

- IBM JX PC 5511 keyboard, with box but missing the foam. Alps SKCL Green switches, I think? They feel so nice that I'd keep the keyboard as my daily driver if I could figure out how to convert it to USB. The keyboard part number is 6454042.

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What a sexy looking IBM beastie :shock: .

Only thing would change, the Green ALPs into Pine Whites instantly, if it ever ventured down south to my domain.

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Redmaus
Gotta start somewhere

12 Aug 2020, 09:43

DeChief wrote:
23 Jul 2020, 16:03
Hey all, I'm wondering what these guys are worth:

- T-ZONE limited edition gold Filco Stealth FKB-92ERG, sold at Macworld Expo Tokyo 1998, 1 of 100 made. A Macintosh ADB keyboard using Alps SKCM White switches, comes with a generic grey ADB cable.
I'd say $90, it doesn't look like its the best to type on but its very eye-grabbing and interesting.
DeChief wrote:
23 Jul 2020, 16:03
- Akihabara Mac Academy limited edition Filco FKB-97S, sold at Macworld Expo Tokyo 1998. Another Mac ADB keyboard with Alps SKCM White switches. It was likely made in a similar number as the gold Stealth, and comes with the original box and a black ADB cable.
I'd say $100 it has a neat layout and chrome.
DeChief wrote:
23 Jul 2020, 16:03
- IBM JX PC 5511 keyboard, with box but missing the foam. Alps SKCL Green switches, I think? They feel so nice that I'd keep the keyboard as my daily driver if I could figure out how to convert it to USB. The keyboard part number is 6454042.
I would put it around $200. Really neat board and gorgeous logo.

andrewjoy

12 Aug 2020, 12:44

DeChief wrote:
23 Jul 2020, 16:03


- T-ZONE limited edition gold Filco Stealth FKB-92ERG, sold at Macworld Expo Tokyo 1998, 1 of 100 made. A Macintosh ADB keyboard using Alps SKCM White switches, comes with a generic grey ADB cable.


- Akihabara Mac Academy limited edition Filco FKB-97S, sold at Macworld Expo Tokyo 1998. Another Mac ADB keyboard with Alps SKCM White switches. It was likely made in a similar number as the gold Stealth, and comes with the original box and a black ADB cable.

Burn it! Burn it now! My eyes !

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Dra

06 Sep 2020, 13:12

I'm currently restoring my German IBM 5251 Beamspring board, sanding, ultrasonic cleaning, repainting, foam replacement, etc., the whole shabang was wondering how much I'm looking at value wise once it's done

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Wingklip

18 Sep 2020, 07:14

Price request on these two keyboards:
IBM 5251 Bigfoot
Topre ML0100 Blue logo approx 2003 production variant, ANSI Winkeyless

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Ichigo87

18 Sep 2020, 20:08

Hi guys,

I've just moved and need to clear some stuff, would be nice to have some price guidance (I am in France) :

- complete Azerty IBM Model F BIGFOOT, very good exterior aspect and nothing is broken but it needs an interior restoration + a teensy
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- complete Azerty IBM Model M F122, already with a clean bolt mod and USB port, just need a teensy
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- complete in box Azerty Coolermaster Novatouch TKL + Hypersphere rings in very good condition
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- brand new industrial case for IBM model M with perfect logo repro
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- 60% red alu case with various feets + 2 universal ISO plate (1 red & 1 orange) from very very Geekhack Group Buy, it is brand new
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- miscellaneous keycaps mostly from R5 and GMK
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- miscellaneous switches
73 Cherry MX blue no pin desoldered (plastic below is sometimes marked)
23 Cherry MX green mix of new and desoldered in excellent condition
69 Cherry MX black brand new with pin
30 Cherry MX black brand new no pin
-2x EK silencer soft landing complete only one pack used the other one is brand new
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- Slimblade Trackball Kensington complete in box less than 10 hours of use
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- 2 brand new teensy 2.0 + pins
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Thanks !

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Wingklip

25 Sep 2020, 18:07

Bump on Topre ML0100 Blue logo approx 2003 production variant, ANSI Winkeyless

Kikinem31

28 Sep 2020, 12:45

Hello,
Since the time I was looking for a cherry G80-1192 in good condition, I managed to find an HAF in excellent condition. However the guy asks me how much I want to put in it, but I don't really know how much it can cost, I only come across wrecks the previous times.
Can you advise me please ?

these are some photos :
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dogmantime

28 Sep 2020, 13:26

Kikinem31 wrote:
28 Sep 2020, 12:45
Hello,
Since the time I was looking for a cherry G80-1192 in good condition, I managed to find an HAF in excellent condition. However the guy asks me how much I want to put in it, but I don't really know how much it can cost, I only come across wrecks the previous times.
Can you advise me please ?]
very nice board, the clickers in those are fun! I'd say €130~ give or take depending on the switches and working condition

Kikinem31

28 Sep 2020, 13:33

dogmantime wrote:
28 Sep 2020, 13:26
very nice board, the clickers in those are fun! I'd say €130~ give or take depending on the switches and working condition
By him the mx black are good condition

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kekstee

28 Sep 2020, 13:51

It's D code and doesn't seem very used, so yeah, the 120 to 150 region seems realistic these days. That's for good condition on doubleshot caps and switches.
Stretching it though, at 150 I might expect something fancier than D already.

Rayndalf

02 Oct 2020, 08:58

Any idea what a NIB NEC PC-9801-98 keyboard is going for these days?
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EnthusiastDude

16 Oct 2020, 18:04

Hi everyone!
Any estimates on how much a Focus FK-3002 with a working calculator in good condition is worth?
Cheers :)

SolaceFZ

19 Oct 2020, 03:20

Any price checks on IBM Model M Part Number 1392366?

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TNT

05 Nov 2020, 11:53

Hello,

I need help with estimating the value of this Cherry G80-1000 which I'm looking to sell. Its from the first production period (late 1988's), so it has an A code (I heard people go crazy over those on ebay for some reason). It's in overall good condition, but the case has a crack on the left front edge. I don't have any MX Blacks to compare, but they don't feel very different to a g80 1800 I once had.

It's the same board you see on the wiki article for the G80-1000 HAD (wiki/Cherry_G80-1000).
I only superficially cleaned it, which is why the cable is still nasty and there are still some little smudges left.
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tron

17 Nov 2020, 18:23

Price check for NIB factory sealed IBM Pingmasters (Japanese sub legends).
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dcopellino

17 Nov 2020, 19:15

tron wrote:
17 Nov 2020, 18:23
Price check for NIB factory sealed IBM Pingmasters (Japanese sub legends).
I remember a couple of years ago, your neighbour Mendlesons sold them on ebay for less than 40$. Unfortunately, shipping prices were as much as the double of the keyboard value to EU without mentioning custom fees. I'd willing to shell out about 80$, even doubling their real initial price but i'am afraid about import fees and shipping costs. Satisfied by my evaluation?

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tron

17 Nov 2020, 19:35

dcopellino wrote:
17 Nov 2020, 19:15
tron wrote:
17 Nov 2020, 18:23
Price check for NIB factory sealed IBM Pingmasters (Japanese sub legends).
I remember a couple of years ago, your neighbour Mendlesons sold them on ebay for less than 40$. Unfortunately, shipping prices were as much as the double of the keyboard value to EU without mentioning custom fees. I'd willing to shell out about 80$, even doubling their real initial price but i'am afraid about import fees and shipping costs. Satisfied by my evaluation?


Thanks. I actually paid about $80 for these back in 2018. Given the low evaluation I would opt to hang on to them for a bit longer.

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dcopellino

17 Nov 2020, 21:23

tron wrote:
17 Nov 2020, 19:35

Thanks. I actually paid about $80 for these back in 2018. Given the low evaluation I would opt to hang on to them for a bit longer.
Out of curiosity, did you pick up three of them or rather you haven't tried them yet? I wouldn't resist the temptation to click clack on them. :mrgreen:
P.m. I find this 3d inspiring
viewtopic.php?f=56&t=24661&p=474273#p474273 :roll:

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tron

17 Nov 2020, 22:14

dcopellino wrote:
17 Nov 2020, 21:23
tron wrote:
17 Nov 2020, 19:35

Thanks. I actually paid about $80 for these back in 2018. Given the low evaluation I would opt to hang on to them for a bit longer.
Out of curiosity, did you pick up three of them or rather you haven't tried them yet? I wouldn't resist the temptation to click clack on them. :mrgreen:
P.m. I find this 3d inspiring
viewtopic.php?f=56&t=24661&p=474273#p474273 :roll:
Indeed these are a lot of fun to type on, I have three Pingmasters and a Ping Jr. The first Pingmaster was purchased about a month before I purchased these sealed units.

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