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I fear that the value of an MVP has dropped massively since the launch of smart pro and probably now isn’t worth much more than it’s trade-in value plus any tokens on there.

Although, that does still mean it’s worth in the region of £2k :-D

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On 6/7/2018 at 12:29 PM, hibsjo(SCO) said:

currently got 70 tokens left on it

open to offers of the monetary kind :-D

07789726023

carry on!

 You should know better Joe. Put a guide price on it mate.

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On 6/12/2018 at 11:44 AM, hibsjo(SCO) said:

I'LL TAKE £2K ono

carry on!

What extras are included with the your MVP PRO Jo? Smart dongle? Smart Aerial ? No of Tokens?  ect.. 

Reveal the unknown please if you still have the programmer.  

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On 6/12/2018 at 11:44 AM, hibsjo(SCO) said:

I'LL TAKE £2K ono

carry on!

the trade in price is 2150 so this is a bargain to anyone interested in a Smart pro.

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I think you may have read that wrong. 

My understanding, although I may be wrong myself is....

the trade in price for a machine over 12 months is the machine plus £2150+vat meaning you will be paying around £4150+vat for the smart pro, but to buy one new is £3200+vat.

The main advantage of buying this machine is the 70 tokens and the possibility of more than doubling your investment ( if charging costs + £60 profit ) whilst testing the market to see if it’s worth upgrading and also having a machine with a reasonably healthy re-sale value due to the trade in deal.

 

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On ‎6‎/‎27‎/‎2018 at 10:31 PM, Count Muppet said:

The main advantage of buying this machine is the 70 tokens and the possibility of more than doubling your investment ( if charging costs + £60 profit ) whilst testing the market to see if it’s worth upgrading and also having a machine with a reasonably healthy re-sale value due to the trade in deal.

You can indeed make money from it. Sadly most look to £20-30 profit these days. I don't get it? Don't people like money?.........

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