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FS: Philips 200WS8FB 20" monitor £50.00

DarrylJohn Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months agoFeedback:25 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Selling my monitor, £50 (CEX Price)

Collection Middlesbrough or arrange own Courier - Saves me walking down CEX - Had these in dual's, but took the last one down CEX and got £54 at the time. 3 or so month ago.

Model: Philips 200WS8FB
Suggest Resolution: 1680 x 1050
Brightness 300 cd/m
Response time 5 ms
Signal Input: Analog (VGA) , DVI-D

Currently have a 24" Benq LED Monitor, and intend on doing all my task's on this.

This monitor supported 360 1080, via VGA for me when i had my 360.
Shipping/Payment:
Paypal Gift
Location:
Middlesbrough
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DarrylJohn Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months agoFeedback:25 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
If you could hold this for me, I think my housemate would be interested in taking at asking. I'll let you know in the morning.
#2
Yeah no problems!
#3
just in case jason's housemate isnt interested could you tell me what the colour is like on the screen? looking for a screen to edit pictures and the colour has to be very accurate.
#4
If deals fall through I will defo take it. Parents live in Middlesbrough and would be willing to pick it up at asking. Or I could get my couriers to pick it up but if 1st deal doesnt go through will take at asking
#5
stefone
If deals fall through I will defo take it. Parents live in Middlesbrough and would be willing to pick it up at asking. Or I could get my couriers to pick it up but if 1st deal doesnt go through will take at asking


Yeah no problems! I'll give him till tonight to see what the craic is.

As for editing pictures - I think your after a professional monitor of some sort, this is just for everyday use. Good for what it is though.
#6
He'll take it at asking. Can we use http://www.parcel2go.com/ for courier collection and delivery? Cheapest option is £6, making the total £56.
#7
Any good pics of monitor??
#8
jasonwllee
He'll take it at asking. Can we use http://www.parcel2go.com/ for courier collection and delivery? Cheapest option is £6, making the total £56.


Yeah no dead pixels i can guarantee that :thumbsup:

How is it to be collected? Just as a monitor? without any box's etc? It comes with the power cable and DVI lead
#9
I think it needs to be boxed for the collection service.
#10
jasonwllee
I think it needs to be boxed for the collection service.


I have a big USC bag it can go in, will be fine.(Will keep stand and cables seperate) So long as they wont chuck things around - Insured with them? :thumbsup: lol

Stuck monitor in that, and a bag of air between that and the cables and stand. Should be protected enough.
#11
No response for a couple of hours now... First come first served at £50.
#12
Hm? I said I'd take at asking. If you can't find a box to put it in, then the bag will be fine assuming by bag of air you mean bubblewrap. I think a box would be better as you never know with these courier people!

Taking to pm to trade addresses.
#13
Monitor was damaged in transit, so offered him to just keep the monitor for the price of postage. But willing to give him the Postage back, which is around £6.
#14
DarrylJohn
Monitor was damaged in transit, so offered him to just keep the monitor for the price of postage. But willing to give him the Postage back, which is around £6.


I think thats a bit of a no brainer in my experience! had a monitor sent dhl before that went missing, another arrived cracked, and something I sent that cost £80( a plasma) was totally smashed to the point that the actual shell/casing was shattered and you could see the bare circuitboards and screen has shattered on both layers.

My experience is if sending monitors have something like old pillows wrapped to the screen and the shell covered with an old quilt or just sheets just so you know in the future.

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