If you have something to sell and genuinely have no idea what to ask then please use this thread.
As we all know, walkmen are not like cars and don't have set listed values. The first thing to do is to look through completed eBay auctions to get a fix on the kind of money your model has sold for recently.
Alternatively you can post here with a pic or two plus as much detail as you have about the condition (cosmetic and functional) then our resident team of seasoned experts (you lot) will give their ball-park thoughts on what they think it's worth.
Negative comments towards posters and their offerings will not be tolerated and will be deleted instantly. Please do not post if your comment isn't related to the value of the posted items.
Also, can I urge all of you to direct posters towards this thread if you see them 'running wild' elsewhere on the forum.
I have one these in gold, also in very good coondition, it was thrown in as a job lot. As far value i would say £30-60 (seen them go for these amounts) for non boxed unit, £80 was paid for a partially boxed (no headphones included) unit. It also depends if the person buying is a collector if so they generally pay more, its a excellent sounding machine.
Last year I had my car stolen. When police recovered it the trunk was full of electronic gadgets none of which I was familiar so I gave the lot to my grandson except for the Sony Walkman cassette player 2051. I did not see it on the Walkman list. I do not wish to sell it cause if I can get it to work I would like to play old cassettes. Any idea what it is worth? I would guess back in it's day it couldn't have cost over $10 bucks! I hope to find batteries today to see if it plays. thanx, Ms Match
I've got an aiwa hs jx 303. It seems to he in great condition, it just has a few scratches on the face and a very faint rattle. There's no box, nothing, not even a battery so I'm not sure if it even works. Say it does work, how much is it worth? I'm thinking around 100 GBP what do you lot think?