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GT1080 Darbee on sale

Started by jskibo, November 29, 2019, 03:44:58 pm

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jskibo

I had two and needed another one.  Amazon was already low at $599, but dropped it yesterday to $549.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XHG92Y5/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

There's also an AMEX offer at Amazon if you qualify for a further $20 - $50 off if you use at least one AMEX point and the AMEX card to pay.  My card had the $20, so $559 shipped
Sim 1:  F16, running Falcon 4 BMS - In Build using a mix of real and repro parts + Pokeys cards
Sim 2:  737 MAX - Still in parts collecting phase (CDU / MCP / EFIS)

RayS

Dang! I already blew my life savings today on a B1900 main circuit breaker panel. :-)
Ray Sotkiewicz

jmlohrenz

You can usually nab them refurbished for that price on newegg.  That is how I got my three.

jskibo

Quote from: jmlohrenz on November 29, 2019, 09:56:07 pmYou can usually nab them refurbished for that price on newegg.  That is how I got my three.

I've seen the refurbs as low as $441 on Amazon, but not looking for a 90 day warranty refurb
Sim 1:  F16, running Falcon 4 BMS - In Build using a mix of real and repro parts + Pokeys cards
Sim 2:  737 MAX - Still in parts collecting phase (CDU / MCP / EFIS)

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