Been looking at building a SS & spotted a link on google for the Inbred 26er SS Ltd Edition @ £99.99. I thought I’d go & buy one only to find that it has to be the 18″ to get that price, all other sizes are £139.99.
Seems weird just reducing one size which isn’t unusual/old stock/dodgy colour etc – or is it just me?Posted 5 years agomikewsmithSubscriber
I’ll believe you 🙂 Though normally there are certain size/colour combo’s cheaper than others. As your the only ones selling on-ones then it’s not like your going to get up the google search on “OnOne 456”. Not saying discounting a bad colour/funny size doesn’t go on in the world of web sales….Posted 5 years agoscotroutesSubscriber
It can be done either way in Google Shopping – some retailers list each size and colour separately, others (eh CRC) list them as a group with the cheapest price.
Google Shopping only lists “in stock” items too. That’s why so many retailers show stuff as being to hand that they don’t actually have.Posted 5 years agowreckerMember
Speaking of on one pricing, I was perusing the site as the evo Ti is drawing me in at present (I need to see a pic of a large though 😉 )
I came (not literally) across this;
Yes, it’s nice. Yes, I know it’s made by Lynskey. Yes, I know it’s a proto. BUT, is there really anyone stupid enough to believe the £4,999 original price? How can there even be an original price for a proto?
It’s only my opinion, but even the “reduced” price of £1,999 is a bit…..adventurous.
Grab a bargain piece of history
Come onPosted 5 years ago
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