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You want to sell your old J1772 Roadster adapter?

Discussion in 'Roadster: Technical' started by so-amped, Aug 15, 2016.

  1. so-amped

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    We own Roadster #685 and are considering taking longer trips. Might you have one you would consider selling?

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  2. Msjulie

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    Well I'm about to get a CAN JR from Henry (I hope) and I wouldn't have a reason to keep the older adapter..
     
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    I got the European Type 2 Can, so I'll sell my J1772 version as no longer necessary for me.
     
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    Thanks for getting back to me. What would you want for your old one?

    Thanks again,
    John
    415.259.7774
     
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    Thanks for getting back to me. What would you want for your old one?

    Thanks again,
    John
    415.259.7774
     
  7. dpeilow

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    Hi, mine's now sold but @Msjulie might be able to sell you her Tesla official adapter.
     
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    Is your old one a can or a cable? Would you mind sending a picture?
     
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    Got it. Thanks for letting me know.
     
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    Hi there,
    Would you take $300? We can send/paypal/etc. The money today.

    Thanks,
    John
     
  11. supersnoop

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    One recently sold on eBay for $450. I usually see them listed at $500. If I didn't already have one, I'd jump at his price. There's not much of a market for them, so prices can swing wildly. There's another one on eBay listed at $750, but I don't expect that will go anywhere anytime soon.
     
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    Please contact me at 415.259.7774 so I can buy it from you.

    Thanks
     
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    John I sent you a PM though the website. Let me know if you received it. Thanks.
     
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    Listed at $750? That's pretty funny. I guess there's a sucker born every minute.;)
     
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    Plus $25 shipping. There's always the question if Tesla actually has any left in stock, but they seem to. But, at that price, how much more is a CAN JR? Maybe @hcsharp should list some on eBay for comparison.
     
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    Did you mean to ask "How much LESS is a Can Jr?" The CAN JR is cheaper by about $100 if you count shipping.
     
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    And it's smaller, well built, lockable, and keeps the dangling charging cable away from the side of the car, so it doesn't scratch the finish. Henry also has a similar adapter so you can use the Model-S destination chargers (CAN-SR). Highly recommended.
     
  18. Msjulie

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    Yeah the CANs are both nice, now that I am an owner of both of them :)
     
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    I wonder if @Msjulie has the most travelled Can, having been all over England, Wales, Ireland, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany and now California?
     
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