| I have several thousand dollars worth of fuses, mostly 250V and 600V fuses, | of various classes, ratings, etc. All are new, surplus fuses from a company | that closed out a division. I advertised them on Ebay, but only a few sold.
Maybe you tried to sell too many at once. The market can only absorb just so many at a time. Try again every 3 to 5 weeks.
| An example is a case of 100 REN 60amp 250V super-lag renewable Buss fuses | that retails for over $1400 in Grainger. Surely they would be worth 1/3 of | that price to somebody, but I haven't found that person yet.
That person probably hasn't checked EBAY lately. But I do see a lot of stuff repeatedly offered on EBAY that clearly isn't selling.
Worth and current need are very different things. You have two potential kinds of buyers. One who needs them reasonably soon because they are now running on the spares because the previous ones blew. These buys would pay good, but not outrageous, prices. The other is people who want to stock them, like electrical contactors. These guys already get them cheap in places, so you won't get as much for them from this market, but if you want to sell fast and give them a discount, these are your buyers.
| Can anyone recommend where to advertise these?