Why is this $100


#1

Why on earth is this $100? http://www.ebay.com/itm/Magic-YoYo-N11-Aluminum-Alloy-Red-Silver-FREE-STRINGS-/252614641455?hash=item3ad101872f:g:wCgAAOSw44BYF9~C


#2

People can attempt to sell things for whatever they want. If someone isn’t willing to research things before they buy I guess its their loss.


(angryskills) #3

That is pretty funny if you ask me :smiley:


#4

The sad thing is that it’s sold out


#5

I wouldn’t get that deal in a million years.


#6

Shoot, was this not a good deal?


#7

Please, a yoyo, glove case, holster & 3 strings…it’s a yoyo system. Should have sold for 3 times the price :joy:

I believe it was PT Barnum who said “there is a sucker born every minute”


#8

Yeah like U (I got the last laugh):sweat_smile::sweat_smile::sweat_smile:


#9

What I think is more rediculous than the price - is the fact they put this statement:

can train a person’s eyes and hands ability of demodulation


#10

Here’s another great deal! Get them before they are sold out! http://www.ebay.com/itm/Magic-YoYo-N8-Dare-To-Do-Aluminum-Metal-Professional-YoYo-Toy-/252648472555?hash=item3ad305bfeb:g:kNgAAOSw-0xYNOWQ


#11

What a rip off. You can buy that on amazon and elsewhere for around $14. Even on the same page there are others listed for about that.


#12

That listing appears to be for a lot of six yoyos. The item description links to another page for the same seller selling one of the same thing for under $20. So the price doesn’t appear to be that out of line, it’s just a bit strange they would think there are enough people who would want to buy six of them at once that that quantity needs its own separate listing.