Question about Lands Phones
Referring to Raymond1538's post above, I sold out of all of the New-In-Box (NIB) B.E.L-TRONICS, LTD. AD100 Caller ID Boxes I had intended to sell over six months ago. I planned to keep two in reserve for myself, as this unit hasn't been made in over 20 years and NIB units are, otherwise, nonexistent. My working unit has been soldering on for over 25 years, and I couldn't live without the 100 number blocking feature it offers.
I sold the last two units I had intended to sell to a gentleman in DC for $350 a piece (prepaid, plus at-cost shipping), and he was quite happy to have the opportunity to acquire two NIB units. A month later, a very persistent individual from Saint Louis finally persuaded me to part with one of my reserve units by offering me $500 (plus shipping).
I, now, have only one (1) NIB unit left to my name and it may very well be the last NIB AD100 on Earth. I always intended to have a backup unit, so I have no particular motivation to sell it. However, if someone wants one badly enough and is willing to make me an offer for substantially more than I got for my next to last unit, I will certainly entertain their offer.
Please, do NOT flame me if you don't think a unique and rare piece of telephone electronics is worth what I'm asking. If you're willing to settle for a used unit that's been in service for 20 or more years, just check the eBay ads, as one comes up for sale every now and again. But, mine has everything in the box as it came from the factory and is virginal . . . no plug has ever been inserted into it! The used ones offered on eBay can't make that claim.
If you're interested, I can be reached at DadCat1(at)Gmail.com.
Posted on Dec 05, 2011
I just bought one from a guy out east I think he has the only 3 left in the world it was spendy but I wanted it, my other one lasted 18 years before lighting got it here is his e-mail address (email@example.com) like I said it was spendy $125 with shipping and fed ex but you pay for what you get. and it is new in the box.
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