Posted 17 December 2014 - 10:14 PM
You realize that the batteries alone to replace the pair are anywhere from $475.00-$550.00 each. This is excluding the electronics/charging system. You are aware that the output voltage is 230 volts? A new unit will run you anywhere from $4800.00 to $5800.00. If somebody is selling one for less than $3500. It's possibly stolen or has service related issues. Neither of which is going to end up being any kind of bargain. I have a real problem personally, skimping on a mission critical piece of hardware. Just too many bad experiences saving a few 'pennies' which ended up costing me way more not very much longer down the road. Not to mention if I had bought new and retail would still be under warranty.
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