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Arcteryx Theta AR - Proshell Jacket Mens:Amended
miketg
22/08/2012
1:33:43 PM
Arcteryx Theta AR- Proshell, Black, Large. Newest model. New with tags attached.

RRP is $500 in USA, $899.95 in Australia.

$380 including registered post.
One Day Hero
22/08/2012
1:57:57 PM
Bear in mind that only a total fukwit would spend $900 on a jacket...............so $450 isn't half price, it's kinda like half the fukwit price.
miketg
22/08/2012
10:14:34 PM
good contribution
One Day Hero
22/08/2012
11:18:17 PM
Seriously, who the fuch sells a raincoat for $900? You can get a perfectly functional car for that price.

Miguel75
22/08/2012
11:24:23 PM
On 22/08/2012 One Day Hero wrote:
>Seriously, who the fuch sells a raincoat for $900? You can get a perfectly
>functional car for that price.

Stuff the car, you could buy tons of coke with that sort of cash!



Both Diet and Vanilla....;)

stugang
22/08/2012
11:27:10 PM
Do you do a drop off in Ultimo?

stugang
22/08/2012
11:33:13 PM
On 22/08/2012 One Day Hero wrote:
>Seriously, who the fuch sells a raincoat for $900? You can get a perfectly
>functional car for that price.

eh hem...stop giving the mans business plan away...

Plan for ONE MILLION DOLLARS

Step 1: Buy crappy raincoat in Krapmandu 97.34% Sale

Step 2: Sell Crappy raincoat to dumfuchs at 50% of tag price

Step 3: Buy crappy car

Step 4: Do a bank job.

Better watch out mate cos we're onto you and we'll be telling the cops about you next time a 7/11 gets done over.
One Day Hero
22/08/2012
11:45:34 PM
That's why you'll never get anywhere in life, Stuey......always thinking small

Plan for ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS

Step 1: As per the one million dollar plan

Steps 2 - 3: As per the one million dollar plan

Step 4: Use crappy car to ram raid Krapmandu and steal 100 crappy raincoats

Step 5: Buy a lot of crappy cars

Step 6: CLASSIFIED
citationx
23/08/2012
9:09:53 AM
so what'd you buy it for if and there are still tags attached why are you selling it? what did you pay for it? most people are unlikely to just buy it, take it home and decide that it's not worth it and sell it for a major loss, and i reckon you're about the same as most people (esp given 2/3 posts of yours are selling things)
btw it's on sale for 399 at backcountry (granted you may have to go through a hoop to get it sent, but if you're savvy enough to buy online, you're savvy enough to get it shipped to australia)
miketg
23/08/2012
10:29:09 AM
Purchased in Australia.. Has store stickers/price still on tags.. Bought it at 20% off sale. ($720) for mountaineering trip to NZ in dec. The company i work for got bought out, got made reduntant. Cant find receipt, paid cash so they cant look it up, cannot return jacket. Need to pay car rego and rent. Thus selling shiny new jacket.

My foot size is 11, favourite colour is blue and my favourite drink is bourbon. Anything else?
miketg
23/08/2012
10:36:57 AM
Selling anything not bolted down... except my cams and ice tools
technogeekery
23/08/2012
10:44:36 AM
On 22/08/2012 ontario_g7 wrote:
>Cheapest i could find online is $500

Maybe you forgot eBay? Average pricing there is about $370-380 delivered to Aus. Hope that helps you, as I'm sure you want to price this appropriately.
One Day Hero
23/08/2012
10:59:04 AM
Oh, I feel a bit mean now, and that's without the burden of a conscience.........Miguel must feel like shit!

Seems the lesson in all of this is that unless you're putting up new routes on the North Face of Mt. Fuchinardcore, then most climbers will give you shit for owning top shelf clothes :)
miketg
23/08/2012
11:01:22 AM


>Maybe you forgot eBay? Average pricing there is about $370-380 delivered
>to Aus. Hope that helps you, as I'm sure you want to price this appropriately.

cheers mate. First constructive post. Thanks for the info. My price was just a ball park price to get a feel. Obviously i would like to get as much $ as i can for the jacket. Happy to receive offers thou..money is money.

cheers
miketg
23/08/2012
11:10:05 AM

>Seems the lesson in all of this is that unless you're putting up new routes
>on the North Face of Mt. Fuchinardcore, then most climbers will give you
>shit for owning top shelf clothes :)

Hahaha i'd love go to Mt Fuchinardcore.. but was settling for some new routes in Kyrgyzstan next year.. although those plans seem a long way off now.

>Oh, I feel a bit mean now, and that's without the burden of a conscience.........Miguel
>must feel like shit!

No worries. (But i heard miguel likes little boys) jokes

rodw
23/08/2012
11:27:59 AM
On 23/08/2012 One Day Hero wrote:
> Mt. Fuchinardcore,

Thanks ODH you just gave my next route name..go perfect on the next over bolted 8m choss pile route I put up.

Miguel75
23/08/2012
12:00:13 PM
On 23/08/2012 One Day Hero wrote:
>Oh, I feel a bit mean now, and that's without the burden of a conscience.........Miguel
>must feel like shit!

Nup! I'm big, mean and heartless now;)

Actually, I feel bad because that was a lie:(

Miguel75
23/08/2012
1:08:59 PM
On 23/08/2012 ontario_g7 wrote:
>No worries. (But i heard miguel likes little boys) jokes

Bloody hell, that's a little harsh. Funny, but harsh!

Eduardo Slabofvic
23/08/2012
1:28:16 PM
far cheaper plan.

Buy air Asia flight to China.

Buy cheap black market knock off rain jacket for $5
Bring it home and sell it to numpties for $900
Buy Stugangs children with the profits.
Fly back to china with Stugangs children and sell them to the factory
Use that money to buy more cheap rainjackets
Then do Stugangs and DOH's earlier strategy X 10

vwills
23/08/2012
1:48:11 PM
On 23/08/2012 rodw wrote:
>On 23/08/2012 One Day Hero wrote:
>> Mt. Fuchinardcore,
>
>Thanks ODH you just gave my next route name..go perfect on the next over
>bolted 8m choss pile route I put up.

With your new 100m static! Its on its way.

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