Sunday, June 7, 2015
I'm Selling a Sea to Summit Pack Cover 70D Waterproof Fabric Small 30-50 Liters which is brand new and a Sea to Summit Thermolite Fabric Reactor Plus
Hello my friends,
It's Sunday and I'm at home making money off Craigslist. A couple weeks ago I bought a Sea to Summit Pack Cover 70D Waterproof Fabric Small 30-50 Liters which is brand new and a Sea to Summit Thermolite Fabric Reactor Plus. I paid $5 for both items and now I'm trying to sell them for $30. Wish me luck!
I've been buying and selling stuff for nearly 10 years. San Francisco is a great place to buy cheap and sell at a good price because everyone is always looking to save money because it's so expenisive to live here. Apartments now go for an average of $3,000 to $4,500. The only people that can afford that kind of rent are professionals or technical folks earning more than $100,000 a month.
In fact, it is getting to be a real problem in the City becauswe all the low wage workers are leaving the City one by one. For example, the neighborhood where I live used to be comprised of approximately 60% Hispanics and 40% whites and blacks. Today it is 40% Hispanics and 60% everyone else. The City is in crisis mode.
A city supervisor last week proposed a moratoriam on new building construction until they figure out what to do. It didn't pass because it lacked a handful of votes. That's the democratic way! I'm glad I have people helping me. If not, I'd still be a homeless bum walking the street blasted off drugs every day.
At any rate, the text below is what I used on my Craigslit ad. I have no doubt that I'll sell the stuff. I'm just hoping that it happens today. It is 5:23 p.m. already. The only thing that will help me is that it is Sunday which is the busiest day for people that sell on eBay and Craigslist. It's been like that as long as I've been selling online so I'm speaking from experience :-)
I am selling two top of the line hiking and camping items. The first one is a Sea to Summit Pack Cover 70D Waterproof Fabric Small 30-50 Liters which is brand new. The second one is a Sea to Summit Thermolite Fabric Reactor Plus which is slightly used.
I live on 18th and Valencia in San Francisco and I'll be home the rest of the day. Please send me an email now and I will reply right away.
The Sea to Summit Pack Cover costs approximately $39. And the Sea to Summit Thermolite Fabric Reactor Plus costs about $69. I included pictures, links and descriptions for both units.
If you were to buy both of them today, you would pay more than $100 after taxes. I am asking only $30 for both of them... and you can get them right now. In fact, if you get both of them today, you won't have to wait for a shipment to arrive at your home or pay extra shipping and handling charges which will bring the price up to more than $130.
That's a great deal and it is good today only because I need the money right away.
Features of the Sea to Summit Pack Cover 70D Waterproof Fabric Small 30-50 Liters
• Made of 70D polyurethane-coated nylon
• 2,000mm waterproof fabric
• Contoured for modern packs
• All seams are tape sealed
• Compact packed away size when not in use
• Volume: 1800-3000 cubic inches / 30-50 liter
• Weight: 3.9 oz / 111 g
You can perform research on this unit on via the links below:
Features of the Sea to Summit Thermolite Fabric Reactor Plus
This unit has been used a couple times. It is in very good condition.
Increases sleeping bag performance by up to 20 F (11 C) with dual-weight Thermolite fabric. Sea to Summit regular 80 g/m2 is combined with panels of 110g/m2 Thermolite in the core body and foot bed areas adding extra warmth where most needed. The compact, shorter design shaves off excess weight while giving maximum warmth for torso and feet.
• Lighter weight, more packable than fleece
• Adds up to 20 degrees F /11 degrees C of warmth to a sleeping bag
• Mummy shape with a box foot
• Draw cord hood with mini cord lock
• Packs into its own 3 in x 5 in sil nylon stuff sack
You can perform research on this unit on Amazon.com via the link below:
Let’s do this today. Go ahead and send me an email right now.