This is beyond the usual nonsense with having a wurfer on staff who puts unsold eBay prices on everything— this is just insanity
How to properly wurf.
Whenever dealing with old electronics, you will always run into some annoying tart who exclaims, “but look at wat its wurf on da eeeeebay!!” and waves an unsold buy it now listing in your face. I’ve written about this previously.
Here’s how to properly wurf.
Skip bathing for a few days, rub the contents of an ashtray all over yourself and breathe through your mouth.
Go to eBay and sign in. Don’t have an eBay account? WTF are you doing wurfing anyway? Repeat step one.
Search for the desired item.
For this example I’m using the Yaesu FT-101 which is a 30 year old HF radio, great for its time but now dated and a pain in the ass to maintain due to dwindling availability of PA tubes.
This is where your truly awful wurfers stop, upon seeing that high unsold buy it now price.
Scroll down. Set condition to used unless the item is brand new in original packaging. Otherwise I’m gonna have to stab you.
See that Show More option? That’s a magic button, pressing it will allow you to attain true wurf.
Tap sold items. This will check completed as well automatically.
You have wurfed. Tap done and view the results:
Yes, you can do the same thing from desktop eBay search, but most wurfing takes place on smartphones now.