Does anyone want a load of these mags. I have 50 plus electronics mags that
will probably end up in the bin. No charge apart from P&P (and then only if
it is expensive).
I have yet to put them into a proper date order. They start with sporadic
1974 editions but seem to be a more continuous collection from 1977 on and
are made up of Everyday Electronics and Practical Electronics.
All this as my parents want spot lights in the bathroom and they are
clearing their loft of my (and their) old rubbish to remove the boarding
before the lights are fitted.
I am sure someone would love them far more than the paper recycle bin that
is currently on offer.
It could well be more than 50 mags as the loft is not empty yet.
You may care to check if there interest on Ebay for such magazines.
I "tested the water" on Ebay about a month ago when a relative gave my kids
tidy themed on Star Trek (the device made various noises from the original
After about 30 minutes the novelty of the gadget wore off.
I was about to bin it but I thought I would try my luck on Ebay. Besides, if
service turned out to be dodgy then I wouldn't lose much.
So, I submitted the device at a minimum price of three quid (plus two quid
P&P on top),
and was surprised to see the device eventually bought for a tenner!
It did take me an hour to set the d*mn thing up, but now I have a route for
Its a very good spare time cash generator is Ebay. You won't make a
living wage off it, but its amazing what old junk SOMEONE wants, and its
better than skipping it.
YOU may think your dead old Hifi is worthless, but someone somewhere
wants a spare part for theirs etc..whicxh remonds me, anyone want a
really good, hardly used but 12 year old cassette deck?
Me too; I find it quite astounding what people will pay me for my
rubbish. Among my recent 'triumphs' have been my old biker jacket
(hanging in the spare room wardrobe for 20 years unused I finally
conceded to SWMBO that the likelihood of it ever fitting me again is
even less than the chances of me ever being allowed on 2 wheels again)
which went for an unbelievable 550 quid plus p&p to a bloke in Japan;
and a horrendous cake plate, a never-used wedding present, which
fetched 80 quid from an Australian woman. I could go on...!
If you don't want the hassle I'll arrange to get them collected from
you then put them on Ebay for you and you can entertain yourself
watching how much they go for. :-) And get yourself some Christmas
money from the proceeds.
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