Sometimes, it's not worth it if you don't make enough profit
Yep! I would get annoyed if I make a loss, and breaking even isn't something I am keen on unless I'm desperate for a new vacuum which is nearly off sale!
Bought a Dyson DC14 Origin from the CB sale for £10, fitted a new motor and was lovely for like 8 months and still was but sold it because I saw a £60 DC41 Animal I wanted. Sold the Dc14 for £50 (£40 profit) and so £60 is what the DC41 cost me, 60-40= £20 is what I really paid, £40 came from the profit
I also got £150 offered to me for my DC41 but I was reluctant because of the cracked chassis but Im glad I never because I have this new one
Then I used the DC41 as our home vacuum for half a year, till earlier this month I asked Dyson fr a replacement because this machine pissed me off. So I now own a brand new Dyson DC41 Mk2 Animal with 5 year guarantee! All it cost me was £20. All this happened because I purchased that £10 DC14
I feel very proud of that!