Sold a component and bought it back, am I nuts?

I sold my brand new naim 5si integrated about a month ago, by sold, I mean I traded it in. I was looking on website of company I traded it into, and noticed in used section. I inquired about it and was told it was indeed the Amp I had traded. They had to open box up to check it out before resale, despite it being new. Anyhow, they had it listed at a greatly reduced rice. Me, knowing it was my former amp, I scooped it back I a genius? Lol...


So, essentially OP had the brand new Naim 5si for $1,250. What a great deal.

Also, no sale tax. What company / store is that?  So far, I only know a UK company based in US carrying on-line merchandizes does not collect sale tax.  A hint would be nice.

Nope. Been there and done that a couple of times (but ultimately sold it again). Never was about making money. Strictly objects of desire.

Its sounds to me that ,the salesman who made the deal is on borrowed time .That's no way to run a business.....

@limomangus I don't know. It's a pretty successfull business, I'd rather not disclose. I think I got the deal because I just spent over 6 grand for the Accuphase. So he felt he should take care of me. A very friendly guy. 

Sold a component and bought it back, am I nuts?

It could be “Love”.  Sometime one gets bore or strained in a relationship and thinks that they can do better.  After some time of separation for the heart to realize the loss then the growing yearning becomes too unbearable until the pressure causes aggressive action to reacquire one’s true “Love” :)