Thread: FS: VERY RARE Abelcine Universal Rod Adapter 15mm-19mm

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    It just hit me. It's not rare, George actually bought a warehouse lot and this is how he plans to fund his retirement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vicharris View Post
    George, you have to stop with all the repeated bumps in the many for sale threads you have. There's 6 bumps just above without a price reduction. Everyone of your threads looks like this. Time to move it to Ebay sir.
    You are right. Apologies. I keep bumping because I keep hoping someone from the community might want it! It is widely acknowledged that this is the best 15mm to 19mm adapter around, sold new for $300+, and I am selling for a fraction of a price.

    Reducing to $170.

    If no one wants it for that kind of a bargain, I am indeed moving it to eBay.

    Thanks a lot!
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    You guys are crazy.

    Maybe you don't like Abelcine? :-)
    This is reduced almost 50%.
    This Abelcine unit is the best, sturdiest 15mm to 19mm adapter on the market. It might seem like a lot but it is a machined unit, all metal, extremely solid - not the cheaper stuff from China etc.
    This will last a lifetime.




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    Quote Originally Posted by George A. View Post
    You guys are crazy.

    Maybe you don't like Abelcine? :-)
    This is reduced almost 50%.
    This Abelcine unit is the best, sturdiest 15mm to 19mm adapter on the market. It might seem like a lot but it is a machined unit, all metal, extremely solid - not the cheaper stuff from China etc.
    This will last a lifetime.
    Not crazy. We use the Shoot35 version and it's only around $40USD new with free shipping. I've seen the Abelcine version. This one is made in England. And is better than the Abelcine version. It will last two lifetimes. Really.

    http://www.shoot35.com/15mm-to-19mm-...mm-adapter.htm
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    I must be sick in head, I come to this thread knowing exactly what I'll find. It's like watching animal die a really really slow and stubborn death. You want to leave and walk away, but every so often it lets out a breath or a noise and you just have to see it... The question is, do you really want to see it die?
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    SOLD to a happy BMCuser.

    Thanks!




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    Damn it I wanted this thread to last forever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soupkitchen View Post
    Damn it I wanted this thread to last forever.
    Well - I got ONE MORE for sale haha.
    Not kidding.




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    I actually do have ONE MORE for sale.

    Price: $175

    My last one sold for $200.

    Thank you!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Revdesign Industries View Post
    I must be sick in head, I come to this thread knowing exactly what I'll find. It's like watching animal die a really really slow and stubborn death. You want to leave and walk away, but every so often it lets out a breath or a noise and you just have to see it... The question is, do you really want to see it die?
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