Originally Posted By: jmyers
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I actually put a bid in on the one that ended up selling for $256. That is a little too salty for me. I think that I would rather spend another $150 for a new one. The most I was willing to part with was $200 maybe a little more. I know the general rule of thumb is 1/2 to 2/3 of the purchase price. Unfortunately, most of the time they can't even tell you how old the unit is, let alone when it was last calibrated, or even if it ever was.
Is what I did find was a CEM model 180 (I think) supposed to be brand new in the factory sealed carton starting at $99. It states this model is the equivelant of the Fluke CO 220. I ended up buying two of them for the price of one. This guy must have quite a few, he just put another one on the market yesterday. I never heard of CEM but what the heck, two for the price of one. I will probably break the DA** thing before it ever needs calibrated anyway! That is why I bought two of them. ![icon_biggrin.gif](upload://iKNGSw3qcRIEmXySa8gItY6Gczg.gif)
For the tif you type in gas detector. For the co you type in carbon monoxide. It really depends on what you are looking for. If you know specifically what you are looking for, say the monoxor, you can type that in and it will bring most of them up. Depends on how they have them listed. You could also try typing in Bacharach but that will bring everything up that Bacharach makes.
Are you looking for something in particular?