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Fakes on UK EBay?

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HI All,

 

I am very new to the world of 3d printing and this community so helloa!

 

In short I have been looking for a good deal on Ultimaker2 in the UK and have found some great deals on them on ebay. But alarm bells are slightly ringing as they are £1300 about £500 cheaper then buying through a recommended reseller.

 

Are there such a thing as fakes? I have asked a few questions to the seller and each time they have replied in a friendly and timely manner.

 

Any advice would be fantastic.

 

Take a look -

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/231472383562?_trksid=p2060778.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

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In short I have been looking for a good deal on Ultimaker2 in the UK and have found some great deals on them on ebay. But alarm bells are slightly ringing as they are £1300 about £500 cheaper then buying through a recommended reseller.

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Too late... :roll:

 

"This listing was ended by the seller because there was an error in the listing."

 

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While I have no idea if they all have been "found", there where a bunch of machines stolen about a year ago. (Traceable by serial number)

But these could also be very well second hand machines.

 

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