I agree that the other posting of a glowforge for sale is very close to the post that I made in regards to selling my unit. In fact, if I didn’t type the description out myself I would have thought it was my ad as well. It is just a coincidence however, as there are a few major descriptive differences.
- My Glowforge is a Pro, not a Plus
- I am located in Tallahassee, Florida not Chicago, Illinois
- I’m asking quite a bit more for my unit (seeing it is a Pro and not a Plus)
Instead of posting a response that seems to negate the validity of my post couldn’t you simply check your records to see that indeed that I purchased a Glowforge Pro and that my account is the same as it has been since purchasing the unit. In fact if you would like me to send a picture of the serial number to verify that this is the unit I’m selling. You could also validate that I have used the machine recently to make a few Christmas ornaments for Christmas gifts and that prior to that I don’t think I used the machine since May or June 2020. If it is possible, since the machine requires using your servers, could you dig up more information about the machines use (hours, prints, etc) since I do want to be totally forthcoming so a potential buyer has this information available to make their decision.
One of the great benefits consumers consider when purchasing a bigger ticket item is it’s resale value. If the quality of the product is worthwhile they usually have a good resale value. From what I can see based on completed sales on ebay (etc) that they do hold a fair amount in value, I just don’t see forking over $500 to eBay for selling it though. I would rather split the difference or? with the new owner.