I should have clarified that certain categories on Amazon the fees can be between 20%-25% for selling a new unique listing that is not in Amazon's regular catalog (That includes the credit card fees). However sometimes for mainstream high price items items like TV's and Blu-ray players that is sold by dozen of different dealers the fees are around 10% under ideal conditions (but then one loses money on the set shipping price which makes the fees more like 15%).
When it comes to EBAY in prior posts I have said months ago around 15% fee for EBAY and around a 5.25% PAYPAL fee which equals around 20% total (I should have clarified that instead of saying 20%).
Also the fees might be cheaper for some high volume sellers.
However forget about small individuals and companies selling on EBAY for a moment. In the ideal world if this CollectorVision system was popular enough the creators of the system might be able to make a big contract with Amazon directly or Walmart directly. The more resellers of the video game system the more systems that could be sold.
You're talking like we're making a NES Classic alike console, wich is clearly not the case here
Also, we're not in 1982 anymore, the Colecovision is not as popular as any Nintendo systems, heck, even Atari and Intellivision is more popular, even nowadays.
Now, that being said, I've already been approached to sell the CollectorVision Phoenix on Amazon
Will it happens? ..... probably, but I highly doubt it will change anything at the end of the day
And that's EXACTLY why we know what we are doing here, a brand new system for a very niche market!
So no worries, we got it all covered