Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by eetc, Aug 1, 2006.
I turned down £5k for this as I think it is worth way more. Did I make a mistake or am I right?
Great domain. would have took the money guaranteed. way better have gone for way less, way worse have gone for way more. i know that sounds a bit w**ky but so true. if it's got no web development, just a name, i'm thinking it's limited on applications. don't get me wrong, nice & short word though.
my opinion is more like £1500:mrgreen:
It's a nice domain, but the plural is probably worth 2x as much.
Take it! There's only so many men in the world that will wear a skirt!
5k for kilt seems very good to me. The plural is a different ballgame.
interesting, thanks peeps. I am surprised that the plural is thought more valuable.
Some plurals just sound better. It's like I have ebed but ebeds sounds better, like bed and beds.
If you have a business selling kilts, the plural works much better.
If you don't have a business selling kilts, why would you even pay 5k for it?
That was kind of my logic...
Eetc - 5k sounds a good offer. If you've nothing else bidwise in the pipeline you can always email the bidder back and say you've reconsidered the offer, and think it fair enough.
There's kilt investments in there somewhere.
There's not many other places for them to go for a good domain and might pay more than their first offer.
Fall back is the Kilt retailers and manufacturers, though I doubt they'd pay that much.
Separate names with a comma.