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FS: Bose A20 Bluetooth Headset SOLD

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Purchased July 2020. Used for 7 hrs of flight. Chased a dream but with 3 kids it’s hard to find the time to dedicate on top of work and wanting to be with family so are reprioritizing and will try again when I retire maybe.
Bose Bluetooth A20 dual plug. Practically new with original packaging but there are some scuff marks shown in photo. $900 shipped. Thanks!
 

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Purchased July 2020. Used for 7 hrs of flight. Chased a dream but with 3 kids it’s hard to find the time to dedicate on top of work and wanting to be with family so are reprioritizing and will try again when I retire maybe.
Bose Bluetooth A20 dual plug. Practically new with original packaging but there are some scuff marks shown in photo. $900 shipped but buyer pays PayPal fee ( I think it’s $25 for that amount). Thanks!
Don't give up the dream! Hang on to the headset.
I came back twice, first "layoff" was for 13 years, the second for 20! Those headsets don't get any cheaper over the years. Just take the batteries out, put it in a bag and put on a shelf. Other than the ear cup pads, it'll still be quite serviceable when you do decide to come back.
I learned the hard way the first layoff. The second time, glad I hung on to the headset.
 

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That's good advice but thinking of using the money for some supplies for camping with kids. I am more worried about maintaining proficiency than anything with less and less free time. If I can't sell it at decent price I'll keep it for a few years in case an opportunity changes wherever we move to next. These bose ones are super nice! Thanks for the advice and have a good one.
 
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