For Sale Nautilus Lifeline Rescue Radio

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GPS-VHF RADIO FOR DIVERS

Works perfectly and personally tested to 120ft depth. (Rated to 425ft)

This is a revolutionary communication tool for divers. Nautilus LifeLine Radio is depth rated to 425 feet (cap closed) and is a very simple, but incredibly clever way to call or send a distress message to boats around you up to a demonstrated range of 34 miles. The Nautilus LifeLine Radio works everywhere in the world.The chat button allows you to communicate with any radio set to the channel that you chose. The Hail and Distress button is set to the international distress frequency of channel 16. The Lifeline Button uses LocateMe Technology to automatically sends your GPS coordinates to any modern marine VHF radio up to 12 mile range.

$150

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Thank you for your interest.
 

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Anybody interested in this device should look at For Sale - Nautilus Lifeline Rescue Radio - OBE where he'd posted it for $50, got a buyer, and then refused to sell it because he wanted more money. In truth, the device may be worth $150, the current asking price, but that is not the point.
 
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Anybody interested in this device should look at For Sale - Nautilus Lifeline Rescue Radio - OBE where he'd posted it for $50, got a buyer, and then refused to sell it because he wanted more money. In truth, the device may be worth $150, the current asking price, but that is not the point.
I'm sorry what is the point? A seller cannot adjust their selling price for a product?
 

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I'm sorry what is the point? A seller cannot adjust their selling price for a product?
It is uncool to advertise a a price, get an offer, and then reject it saying you want 3x as much. It is OK to adjust a price before getting an offer, but that is not what you did.
 

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Not after you already have a buyer. That's called being a low life.
He screwed up, plain and simple. He ought to send you the radio for $50, eat the extra $100 he now wants, and call it an expensive lesson he just learned. Integrity costs money; $100 isn't bad.
 
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This all took place within a few minutes of posting. With your logic if someone mistakenly places a post and mistypes their asking price but someone sees it within 5 seconds then they are now locked into that price? Come on. With your logic mistakes can never be made. If you think the product is worth it you can elect to buy it.
 

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This all took place within a few minutes of posting. With your logic if someone mistakenly places a post and mistypes their asking price but someone sees it within 5 seconds then they are now locked into that price? Come on. With your logic mistakes can never be made. If you think the product is worth it you can elect to buy it.
You really ARE missing the point. I guess it doesn't matter to you.
 
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