I've only bought diapers... never sold them.
My son is outgrowing his M/L diapers and I need help on what to price them at.
I have a wide range of them too.
How do you ladies price them?
Ami in Deutschland
10-05-2008, 07:33 AM
If you are selling inside Germany, I'd check out http://www.naturwindeln.de/flohmarkt/ and ebay to see what similar things are selling for to price them. There is not a lot of variety in the German market (seems like everyone uses Lotties or similar), so if you've got other things you should also consider how much the items cost new here. You might want to sell through an online shop if you've got items in good-excellent condition.
I got most of my Lotties for around 2-4 Euros each (range of condition from serviceable to good). Wool covers seem to lose little value, so I'm going to try to sell my Wollwikkel Amsterdam for almost what I paid new.
10-05-2008, 09:09 AM
These are all from the states so what they cost here is more than I paid there. Most are customs but I have a few mass produced.
I would rather sell here than sell and ship back to the states.
Ami in Deutschland
10-05-2008, 12:55 PM
Sounds like you could make a little money if you find the right place to sell. Not sure where the best place would be to advertise. If you speak German, check out http://www.rabeneltern.org/home.shtml. It is a parenting site geared towards "crunchy" types. They also have a forum-based community and a flea market. You have to be a member for at least 4 months to use the flea market, though. Or you could list the things here for European mamas, since most of us know about what customs are worth and the shipping would be less than back to the U.S.
10-07-2008, 04:23 PM
I would suggest selling them on ebay or find a local forum. And you can list them in a local newspaper. I know its hard to search where to advertise when things are in different languages. DH does all the advertising for me here since I dont speak the language. And honestly, I find anyone I know that will translate and post something for me in another country. I have swedish, russian, german, and hungarian friends, so they have things posted for me. And when I get emails etc. I use those online translations to see what it means and answer back. its not perfect, but it gets the sale made!