These monitors were actually bought for my own use as a 3 monitor setup. I found it on a Buy-and-Sell group in the Facebook Marketplace for $200. I was able to negotiate with the seller for a lower price and ended up buying it for $150. Which was all the better for me. I got excited.
But once I got it, I totally wasn’t feeling it. It was weird and bulky and I didn’t like it.
So I decided to flip it. Might as well get money for trying out a monitor set. Fortunately, I was able to buy it for a low price that whatever price I put it on, if the customer wanted to lower the price there was only so much they could lower it too that it would still give me profit.
Of course, I made sure to take decent photos and write a good ad description to increase the perceived value of this product. I ended up selling it for $280 three weeks later.
This is a great example of how even normal things you buy for yourself can always make you profit as long as you buy low
Overall, this was a big success.
$130 profit for doing a trial run on a monitor set-up. I say five stars.
Picked the item up a couple of miles from my place with my SUV. It took only 20 minutes. Four stars.
Time Spent: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
About 50 to 60 minutes of work, $130 profit. What job pays you $130/hour? Five stars.
Overall I’d give it 4.3/5 considering these factors:
- Time spent: 50-60 minutes
- Transport: Picked up using my SUV
- Profit: $130