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#3154409 - 12/10/10 03:28 PM Emagin z800, Steel Beasts Pro PE, Falcon 4.0, Etc  
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Selling an ever so barely used Emagin Z800 headset and stack of games to go with it.

Emagin Z800

Pic of headset, software, box, etc.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v464/ebud/CIMG1415.jpg


Main website with info
http://www.3dvisor.com/index.php


This retails for $1799 and I'm hoping to get $500 shipped for the whole pile of goggles, games, manuals etc.

CONUS only. I also do not plan on parting it all out yet. I'll throw the goggles on Ebay after the 1st and then sell off the games.


Here are the games I want to go with the Z800 to hopefully sweeten the deal. Somehow over the years I've ended up with multiple disks for some of them.


Games with Manuals and original disks

Shockforce
Theatre of War
Falcon4 (2 disks)
B17 Flying Fortress
Gunship
BattleField 2
Mig Alley (2 disks)
SBProPE
Wings Over Vietnam
Janes USAF
Also have an old Janes Longbow Manual if anyone wants it.



Games without Manuals but original disks

Apache vs Havoc (2 disks)
Wings Over Europe
Strike Fighters
Janes USAF
FA18 Simulator
Falcon 4 Allied Force

Silent Hunter III
IL2 (QR Sheet)
IL2 Forgotten Battles
Pacific Fighters
CSF1
CSF2
European Air War
Janes WW2 Fighters


Day of Defeat
BF1942
DF1
DF2 (2 disks)
Vietcong
Ghost Recon
Desert Siege
Sum of All Fears
Deadly Dozen
Deadly Dozen Pacific
Hidden and Dangerous Deluxe
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
OFP1 (2 disks)
VBS1 plus a crapload of addons/modules
Australians in Vietnam
M1TP2
Fleet Command

Jagged Alliance Wildfire
Jagged Alliance 2
Close Combat The Russian Front
Close Combat a Bridge Too Far
Soldiers of Anarchy
Hearts of Iron
Tacops
BCT Commander
Squad Battles Vietnam
Cossacks Anthology Collectors Edition
Railroad Tycoon Platinum
The Operational Art of War Century of Warfare
The Operational Art of War II Modern Battles 1956-2000


Photos of manuals/dongles/etc
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v464/ebud/CIMG1414.jpg

Spindle with all the games
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v464/ebud/CIMG1416.jpg

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#3156010 - 12/13/10 03:22 PM Re: Emagin z800, Steel Beasts Pro PE, Falcon 4.0, Etc [Re: ebud]  
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Man, nobody even wants to try and flip them on ebay? I guess I'll stop being scared of ebay and try them on there after holiday travel. They seem to still be bringing good prices on there.

#3156467 - 12/14/10 01:37 AM Re: Emagin z800, Steel Beasts Pro PE, Falcon 4.0, Etc [Re: ebud]  
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Originally Posted By: ebud
Man, nobody even wants to try and flip them on ebay? I guess I'll stop being scared of ebay and try them on there after holiday travel. They seem to still be bringing good prices on there.


The price is great. I just think that the timing is bad. A lot of us have already spent a good amount on Christmas.

Don't take it personally. I thought about it briefly but then remembered I just spent 500 bucks on a sick dog.


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#3156556 - 12/14/10 04:35 AM Re: Emagin z800, Steel Beasts Pro PE, Falcon 4.0, Etc [Re: ebud]  
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Can you post a list of what your including?

Thanks


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#3156624 - 12/14/10 06:36 AM Re: Emagin z800, Steel Beasts Pro PE, Falcon 4.0, Etc [Re: ebud]  
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yeah you can't expect anyone to wanna buy from you, you've not even listed what exactly you're selling.. if you decide to part out i might be interested in steel beasts pro pe

#3156741 - 12/14/10 01:03 PM Re: Emagin z800, Steel Beasts Pro PE, Falcon 4.0, Etc [Re: ebud]  
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Like I said, if anyone was interested I'd post all the games. I have a spindle at work and one at home so even I don't remember what all is in there. I'll post a list tonight plus photos, and Sport, I'll be back in Chicago for a week of vacation this weekend as well if you're interested and in the area.

Also Longbow I would have thought the Z800s at $500 would have been more than enough to garner interest, the games were really just an afterthought.

I agree this is bad timing but it is worth a try first as I have never sold on ebay and didn't feel like starting.

#3157296 - 12/15/10 02:03 AM Re: Emagin z800, Steel Beasts Pro PE, Falcon 4.0, Etc [Re: ebud]  
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Updated first post with list of all the old games you can have if you take the goggles.

#3158023 - 12/16/10 12:14 AM Re: Emagin z800, Steel Beasts Pro PE, Falcon 4.0, Etc [Re: ebud]  
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Maybe because many don't know much about your headset?
This could help, and make more clear the big discount over retail (something like $1,700):

http://www.3dvisor.com/index.php


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#3158101 - 12/16/10 02:29 AM Re: Emagin z800, Steel Beasts Pro PE, Falcon 4.0, Etc [Re: ebud]  
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Doh! I guess you'd be right. I just assumed since it's perfect for flight sims most would know about it.

I would keep it but I just don't use it now that I have a house. I went from condo living to home owner and my gaming time went to 0 for some reason.

Thanks for the reply.

Last edited by ebud; 12/16/10 02:32 AM.
#3163584 - 12/22/10 11:28 PM Re: Emagin z800, Steel Beasts Pro PE, Falcon 4.0, Etc [Re: ebud]  
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I was sort of interested until I read the display is only 800x600. There are some newer games that do not support that res and must be run at a minimum of 1024x768. I am not in the USA anyway.


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