Did anyone here buy this? Seems a bit high.


A recent TAS auction for an HP-92 sold for $1345. Although this vintage calc is somewhat rare, it still seems high to me, especially considering that it lacked the box. I have a complete set and paid less than 1/4 that much for it. It's interesting how much variation there is in prices paid for certain models at different times.

Edited: 3 May 2011, 6:56 p.m. after one or more responses were posted


It's interesting how much variation there is in prices paid for certain models at different times.

When you look into the bid history you see a typical situation: a bid war between two bidders. If you have enough money that's no problem; otherwise it's better to bid in the last seconds and enter your maximum bid once to avoid any expensive temptation ...


I was actually going to have a bid on this until I saw the prices go silly. The 92 is on my wish list. Even for a bidding war this was high. Cheers, Keith

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