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Hi Guillaume,

I do still have the printer. I didn't see my private messages until 2 days ago so I didn't realize there was interest.

I got it at the end of March. Not sure what that means for the guarantee, but it's still sealed in the box so you should be alright.

I appreciate the offer, but I'm thinking more about 1600 (excl shipping), rather than 1100. That's currently the highest bid so far and I think a fair starting point for both parties.

That offer was a while ago, so if you are interested in that pricerange I can save it for you - assuming the other buyers don't reply in the near future.

Let me know!

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Ik heb interesse in de printer. Omdat ik geen zin heb in een beschadigde printer door vervoerders zou ik deze graag willen afhalen. Ik hoor graag van je of de printer nog te koop is en of de vraagprijs van €1600 nog staat.


Martin Lok

Hi Martin,

Dat klinkt logisch. Wat mij betreft geen probleem. Huidige bod is inderdaad 1600. Daar heb ik echter nog geen concrete afspraken mee, dus voor 1700 kan je hem wat mij betreft morgen ophalen. (-> Volendam)

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