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bdunham7:
I keep seeing occasional prices that I think are astonishing.  Maybe I just don't know something.  How much does a Fluke 732-series reference go for new?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/265071401035?hash=item3db77c984b%3Ag%3AX0AAAOSwVJBgPDRt&nma=true&si=UcguXpLCSPBdpygcCGCKO5PSwdE%253D&orig_cvip=true&nordt=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557

Anyone else seeing over-the-top pricing?

Alex Eisenhut:
Well the listing has ended...

bdunham7:
Are you saying it didn't sell?  I found it on a search of sold listings when I was looking for something else. 

edpalmer42:
bdunham7,

For some reason, your link doesn't show the fact that, yes, it sold.  However, if you use this link:  https://www.ebay.com/itm/265071401035 , you can see that it did sell.  And, if you search for completed listings that match < fluke 732b >, you see the listing with the price shown in green which means it sold.

I'm really starting to hate ebay ......  :-- :palm:

As for why anyone would pay such a price for a unit that has no history and no calibration, that's beyond me. 

kripton2035:
"under the radar" way of laundering money ?

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