SOLD: Campfire Jupiter

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  1. PoochZag

    PoochZag The Shadow knows - Friend

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    Edit: Sold to @Aleatorius

    I've thoroughly enjoyed my 9 months or so with the Jupiter, but I believe its time to move on.

    This is the SBAF Loaner that I purchased afterwards. Of course, I am taking a loss on this sale.

    The IEMs are in good functional condition, but certainly have some paint chips especially at the vertices.

    Comes with:
    -Nude leather case, which is aesthetically a mess but functions great. Zipper handle fell off and is replaced with a zip tie.
    -Spinfit M
    -Stock CA silicon and Comply's from CA that went through the loaner and I haven't touched.
    -A few new Comply and doual flange silicon (mostly large) that don't work for me
    -CA Tinsel cable terminates in right angle 3.5mm TRS
    -I think I have the retail box but no guarantees

    Asking $339 shipped CONUS for friends and contributors. Because this was a loaner I want it to stay here. Because of this Friends will be given preference on similar timed inquiries, but will happily sell to an active contributor as well. If they remain unsold for 48 hours, I will consider opening it up to anyone else, and maybe post elsewhere.

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    more pics: http://imgur.com/a/gJ4Kr
     
    Last edited: Mar 30, 2017
  2. Pyotr

    Pyotr Acquaintance

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    Amazing price for a Jupiter, scuffed shell and all. Hope somebody picks this up quick!
     
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    Merrick A lidless ear

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    Hell of a price!
     
  4. FallingObjects

    FallingObjects Pay It Forward

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    If that's actual leather, it'd be a pretty easy fix for someone to get it into very presentable condition as well. Brush, saddle soap, isopropyl alcohol, and your choice of dye/stain/polish. $20 or less, and maybe an hour or two (plus drying time) depending on how motivated you are.
     
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