Lovely bits of kit, no doubt, but £800 feels pretty steep to me for carbon wheels with 10,000km on...
If that's what they're going for on the open market then fair enough, but contextually my Enve M70/Chris King wheelset for my MTB were this kind of money and they were pretty well brand spankers.
Enve M70/Chris King
Enve M70/Chris King
You got an absolute bargain for that wheelset; I’ve never ever seen similar go for anywhere near as little as £800, especially ‘brand spankers’ and I’ve been keeping my eyes out for that kind of thing for a while!
As luck would have it the previous owner was also down on holiday near me the month after I bought them so I could collect in person!
I am aware that it was a good price (I hesitate to use the word ‘deal’ when talking about spending twice what I spent on my first car on a pair of wheels). Mine were from Pinkbike.
This made me smile. My neighbour in his 70s refuses to pay more than £3000 for a car.....because that's what he paid for his 4 bedroom semi in Gloucester (50 years ago!).
Fair play, I've not paid more than £3,000 for a car either!
Hi, whats the weight of wheelset and external / internal widths ?
Hey, claimed weight of 1645g. 17.25mm internal, 28.5mm external widths.
Now £600. Fresh photos. These wheels still hanging on the wall.
Will also include a lightly used 11spd ultegra cassette, I think it’s 11-30, will check later.
Final call before ebay.
You still go these?
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