Topic: Daughter flexi + magazine on eBay
On 2007.11.02 at 9:19 pm Cool As Ice Cream wrote:
Looks well preserved to me. For the vinyl collectors:
http://cgi.ebay.com/The-Smashing-Pumpki … dZViewItem
On 2007.11.02 at 9:37 pm Superlordspamulon wrote:
hey, that’s pretty awesome
by the way, what’s the difference between a regular vinyl and a flexi-disc? i’ve never figured this out. but i assume it’s more flexible or something
On 2007.11.02 at 9:43 pm Arthur wrote:
…but i assume it’s more flexible or something[/quote:3pbg35kd]
On 2007.11.02 at 9:50 pm Superlordspamulon wrote:
But wouldn’t the added flexibility make it harder to play?
it’ll be… floppy and stuff.
but then i think logically and assume that it is somewhat firm, and can be bent without any harmful effects and will return to it’s original shape, no?
On 2007.11.02 at 9:56 pm Arthur wrote:
Actually I have never seen one of those flexi’s from up close, but I heard collectors say it’s better not to play it. It is not that firm and solid. It is highly sought after however, as it is extremely rare. This auction includes the magazine with the flexi still fixed inside, so I presume it’s in pristine condition, and worth a buck or two.
On 2007.11.02 at 10:01 pm Superlordspamulon wrote:
Oh yeah, of course. i’d think the disc itself is highly collectible, but with the magazine as well?
gonna raise a bit of cash
On 2007.11.02 at 11:53 pm Cool As Ice Cream wrote:
flexis are very vulnerable. they bend easily, but bending damages the flexi forever.
also, because they’re made on such cheap material, the quality is lower than regular vinyl.
On 2007.11.03 at 12:04 am manillascissor wrote:
I paid $411 for my copy (still w/i the Reflex mag). Very steep, but oh well. I like it.
On 2007.11.03 at 12:09 am Superlordspamulon wrote:
I paid $411 for my copy (still w/i the Reflex mag). Very steep, but oh well. I like it. [/quote:1s3edx9g] i think my friends would have a heart attack if they saw this post. they can’t believe that i’d spend Â£2 on a single, how would they react to someone paying $411 for a single song and a mag?
they’d just tell you to download the song.
my friends have no collectors sense.
On 2007.11.03 at 7:48 am Arthur wrote:
I paid $411 for my copy (still w/i the Reflex mag). Very steep, but oh well. I like it. [/quote:3cwsl7sz] i think my friends would have a heart attack if they saw this post. they can’t believe that i’d spend Â£2 on a single, how would they react to someone paying $411 for a single song and a mag?
they’d just tell you to download the song.
my friends have no collectors sense.[/quote:3cwsl7sz]
Tons of people will consider collectors to be nerds. Deep inside most of them are just jealous, but they don’t want to admit that. This place (SPfreaks) was created to support the nerds. It’s cool to be a collecting nerd.
And the people admitting they are jealous get respect and help with collecting here.
PS that Daughter flexi is still under 60 US$. I’m very curious if it will reach 400 US$ or the likes.
On 2007.11.04 at 10:24 am BleedingTheOrchid wrote:
PS that Daughter flexi is still under 60 US$. I’m very curious if it will reach 400 US$ or the likes.[/quote:2zs0l6rn]
yeah i noticed too it still is that price with only 13 hours to go. maybe ill give it a shot
On 2007.11.04 at 10:25 pm manillascissor wrote:
Um, I’d stay away from that auction. Looks like someone is jacking the price up. Way to coincidental with all those identical aliases bidding on the same item.
On 2007.11.05 at 12:18 am manillascissor wrote:
So, ended up going for $323. Which I think may be unrealistic, due to the bid history. You should check it out. I’ve had this asshole jack up auctions I was bidding on as well. I submitted a report to eBay, as I suspect shill bidding. Anyway, here’s what they responded:
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On 2007.11.05 at 6:59 am Arthur wrote:
It looks like a pretty normal auction to me manillascissor. And why call it an unrealistic price when you paid almost 100 US$ more for the same item?
eBay has changed how bid history information is displayed for higher-priced items. To help keep the eBay community safe, enhance bidder privacy, and protect our members from fraudulent emails, only you and the seller of the item can view your User ID in bid history. Other members will see anonymous names.\"
That’s why the nicks appear as \"u***m\" and \"t***1\". Behind the *** is their real nick… Also based on the number of bidders, I would still call it a realistic auction.
But you could still be right of course. I haven’t been bidding on those higher priced eBay auctions for a long while, so I’m not that much experienced anymore to see those patterns. The latest auction I just won last night is a promo compilation called \"Expand-O – Album Network CD Tune Up 16\" for 3 bucks only (I was the only bidder)… With the recent Euro-US$ exchange rates that’s close to nothing! So I’m very curious what eBay replies to your story!
On 2007.11.06 at 1:56 am manillascissor wrote:
Holy crap I feel like a retard. I thought those user IDs were real! What is wrong with me?! lol.
On 2007.11.06 at 7:56 am Cool As Ice Cream wrote:
i wanted this one, but it went for too much.
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