[time-nuts] 5370A on eBay

Pete Lancashire pete at petelancashire.com
Tue Jan 17 18:57:34 EST 2012


I think it depends on how long your willing to wait and a bit of luck.
I took the risk
and got two 5370B from and E seller. One as not working 'flashed
numbers' when turned on
for an offer of $175 and one that was dead for $100. I think shipping was around
$30 each. At that price was willing to take the risk.I was lucky the
dead one was set
for 220V and the other worked after reseating the boards and removing
the spider cocoons.

Before getting them I set an upper limit of $350 including shipping
for a known good one.

-pete

On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 3:40 PM, Chris Albertson
<albertson.chris at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 3:23 PM, Don Lewis <dlewis6767 at austin.rr.com> wrote:
>> Just curious, pls....
>>
>> What would be a reasonable price to pay for one of these counters?
>
> It seems to depend hugely on the risk you are willing to take.   This
> most resent counter is listed as "not functioning as intended, returns
> not accepted" but does show a mostly working display.   It might be
> just fine and work OK.
>
> Others are listed as being recently calibrated and come with 30 day warranty
>
> I think $250 to $500 for a "It may work, but no returns accepted"
> counter and a lot more for one with a warranty.
>
> Other counters are cheaper.  the HP5328 is very affordable ($50 if you
> can wait for a deal) but of course is not nearly as nice of a machine.
>
>
> Chris Albertson
> Redondo Beach, California
>
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