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Price check my Pontoons

post #1 of 6
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I want to sell them.  I want to stick them on eBay with a decent buy it now price so they'll just be gone.

 

2011 Pontoon, 179, skied six days, mounted once but with no bindings.  I'm thinking $300 will move 'em.

 

Ditto my Sanouk - 193, Fritschi Freeride (second mount), the older blue model.  I figure I'll get lucky if I get a hundred bucks for them, and I also figure I'd be stupid to pull the Fritschis off since then they would need a THIRD mount.  The bindings have maybe eight days on them, max.  

 

I'll get PDS 112WP Pure next season, with an MPD and Look or Rossi combo, so I don't need the Fritschis anymore anyway.  This season I'll finish up with my old 190 Snowrangers (Fritschi T2 if you can believe that) and an ancient 170 Atomic Powder Cruise with a plain jane Salomon junker on a demo track, I had to replace them last year.  I keep these around for friends to use.  

 

Anyway I don't follow pricing and don't want to misprice these.  Advice?

post #2 of 6

If the sanooks with bindings are $100 let me know.  Do you have skins for them too?

post #3 of 6

but yes,   pontoon price is inline..

post #4 of 6
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I do have skins for them, I think.  The $100 I was thinking I would be lucky to get if I removed the bindings.  The Fritschi in this condition can do $250 to over $300 in this shape, on eBay.  It may just be more prudent to yank 'em and sell solo, then just mount one of the NOS Ess Var crap I have on them and save them for pond skimming.  Either that or nail them to the ski house.  

 

I suppose I could price the whole kit at $375.

 

Thanks for the info.  I'll poot the 'toons on eBay tonight, though I'm srue I'm going to come home wasted.  That always makes for a fun eBay post.

 

 

post #5 of 6

I think you could start them at those prices and probably get more by the end of the auction.  If you go buy it now ask $250 for the Sanooks with Frische (or $150 flat).

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Originally Posted by crgildart View Post

I think you could start them at those prices and probably get more by the end of the auction.  If you go buy it now ask $250 for the Sanooks with Frische (or $150 flat).



The bindings can easily do $250, over $300 is common.  With the skis and skins I'd probably try for $450.

 

 

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