TopHouse Posted August 29, 2010 Share Posted August 29, 2010 OK, this might sound a bit daft at first but bear with me. My lad works at an auction house, quite a big one, they do returns from bid up tv & tescos & allsorts, anyway, the owner is a long time mate of mine and now and again, if they're a bit busy I help out. Obviously I also keep my eye on what's going.Well, look at this ebay ad :-**Brand New** Nottingham Rehab Bathboard on eBay (end time 18-Sep-10 20:03:47 BST)Look at the enlargements of both his pics to see the overall quality and what they are, they are cork laminated on the top, which is a very nice quality ply, (same as the stand offs on the board pic)I know what you're thinking, "where the hell is he going with this?" Well, if drilled with various 2" and 1.25 inch holes, wouldn't they make rather nifty eyepiece racks? And with a bit of doctoring, and especially if you picked up one of these :-Mobile Work Centre - Toolboxes -Tools, Electrical & Plumbing - WickesWouldn't they make a nice 'inserted' eyepiece rack?I know what you're thinking... "He's off his trolley!"No, but you see, I know EXACTLY where that seller bought those I know that he bought FIVE pallet fulls of them, I know that they are brand new and boxed, I know because it was me who carted the pallets out to his van!Now I also know there are a further two pallets of them, and if I can get them at the same price he paid, would anybody be interested in them? Since i'd have to buy a pallet full.I know what you're thinking... "this is not going to be financially viable, he's off his trolley!)He paid......get ready for it.....50p a PALLET!! no, that's not a typo, 50p a pallet plus buyers premium which is 15%Is it a stupid idea or would anyone want one at say 50p each plus postage?If not an eyepiece rack you could either :-a) Buy one for the intended use Buy the full pallet, take them apart and build a plywood obsy! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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