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    Looking for reasonable offers for anything listed. I am tired of some of this stuff sitting around for one. Second, I could use the money. If I can't get money for any of it, what can be recycled will be. The rest will be tossed.

    I have 5 LPC-815 sleds. One will do out with each sale until they are gone.



    I accept PP gift or PP +3%. Insurance is extra. The batteries will have to go through UPS or FedEx for those of you overseas.

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    Nine cell battery pack from a Dell XPS M1530. It wasn't used much, if at all. I have pulled 18650s from a couple others and they were LG 2600 mAH cells. $65 shipped or free with the RPL-260.

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    The second item is a B+W 77mm Kaesemann Circular Polarizer Slim MRC Filter. It is brand new in the box. This is basically the top of the line for this type of filter. They go for almost $200. I'd like to get $175 shipped. B+W 77mm Kaesemann Circular Polarizer Slim MRC Filter 66-025844




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    RPL-260. I'd say it has less than 20 hours on it. Other than the stickers coming off around the edges and the little piece to open/close the shutter being black instead of silver, it is is good shape. It has the 16 (hex for the geeks ) position tailcap so you can go full power or go with a lower the output. The battery used in the video was a Samsung 2600mah pulled from a laptop battery pack. YMMV depending on the battery you use. $550 now 450 shipped w/o insurance in the lower US. I'll also include the 9 cell battery pack if it hasn't been sold.[/COLOR] [COLOR="Lime"]FWIW, I was able to get a peak over 300mW using a cell that came from a battery pack like the ones I'm selling.







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    Here's a picture of the shutter actuator.



    High setting with my 520 on the right.



    Low setting with the 520 on the right.



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    Some various cell phones. Looking for about $30 each or $100 for all of them.











    15.4" screen from a Dell XPS M1530. It might work with other laptops or it could be used for a custom project. Looking for $55 shipped.




    Various computer hardware. 2 2x2GB (4GB) DDR2 RAM kits, one 3GB dual channel DDR2 kit, fingerprint reader, BT x-mitter and media remote from XPS M1530, 2 WLAN cards, 1 WWAN card, HD bay "covers," Intel T8100 and T9300. Looking for $100 shipped.





    Blacklight cold cathode light kits. $????



    Unused Dr Dre Beats earbuds. $????



    Cases, software and hinges for a Dell XPS M1530. The cases will probably work for most 15" or smaller widescreen laptops. $40






    Looking for $125 shipped.


    I'd like to get rid of the following in one transaction. Laserbee I with data logging. It is the same one seen in the video above for the RPL. Parts to make a 473 labby. I bought this thinking I might get it working. I just haven't gotten around to it after 2 years and probably won't anytime soon. Two copper 5.6mm diode heatsinks for the C6 hosts such as the ones from Jayrob. One of the original high power k@$10 5.6mm 445nm diodes. 6 12mm modules - 2x 9mm, 2x 5.6mm and 2x 3.8mm. Original Kryton Groove. 10 GITD rubber buttons/dustcovers. Camera bag that I stored a lot of spare laser stuff in such as lenses or sleds. Sinner MS-V5 and 3 Sinner copper pen hosts. There might be something else in the pics below I forgot to add. I might even throw in one or two of the LPC-815 sleds or one pair of the Beats earbuds. Maybe even both items. Looking for $300 shipped. Total value of everything here is $400+ when counting retail pricing of items such as the Laserbee 1. I'll polish up the copper and brass right before shipping.

    Sinner copper pen hosts 17.50 each or 52.50 total.
    MS-V5 - $55
    Laserbee 1 - $219.99
    Groove - I think they went for $50
    That's $377.49 alone









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    I don't know if you're willing to break anything up but if so, I can definitely use the 2gig laptop memory modules. I've got a couple of older Dell's that can barely load Beyond.

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    Would you want the 2 2x2GB kits? That would be 4 2GB sticks total. They are DDR2. I'm not sure how old your Dells are.

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