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FS: Atari SM124 $20 Plus shipping - Last bump before going to ebay

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Spring cleaning time

 

I have a working SM124 Atari ST monitor. This is the high rez mono monitor not the color rgb version

 

$20 plus actual shipping in the USA

 

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What's the weight and box diminsions on that aka how much to ship that thing to 37075 (not my zip code but a zip code two towns over since I placed it in plain sight)

I am almost sort of interested

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Free bump for this seller. Sent me a 1084S and knows how to package monitors. It is my daily driver for multiple vintage computers nowadays. Don't let this go to EvilBay!

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What's the weight and box diminsions on that aka how much to ship that thing to 37075 (not my zip code but a zip code two towns over since I placed it in plain sight)

 

I am almost sort of interested

 

Hey shipping to zip 37075 would be $30.25

 

That's bases on 19.8 lbs 18x16x16 Box

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Hey shipping to zip 37075 would be $30.25

 

That's bases on 19.8 lbs 18x16x16 Box

Did you try ups ? ups ground would be cheaper than post office .

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Did you try ups ? ups ground would be cheaper than post office .

UPS was $28.95 so almost the same but more importantly ups ground is the worse for shipping CRT I worked UPS for 12 years there is no care when handling ground mail. It's like mailing parcel post, to many exchange points. Priority is the preferred method or FedEx

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UPS was $28.95 so almost the same but more importantly ups ground is the worse for shipping CRT I worked UPS for 12 years there is no care when handling ground mail. It's like mailing parcel post, to many exchange points. Priority is the preferred method or FedEx

 

Of this I must agree. Anything large and fragile I would trust FedEx over UPS any day of the week. I don't have too much faith either with the USPS.

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