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Nice niche, with high end products

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  1. Kari

    Kari Retired Member

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    Hey guys

    Well after I purchased my previous Lighter domain & turned it into a lighter store thanks to FSB
    I just purchased LuxuryLighters.co.uk
    after I noticed there are lighters going for up to £18'500 !! :shock:

    Nice niche, low comp from seo point of view
    230 monthly searches
    Not a lot, however these are searches specifically for HIGH value lighters for which Amazon pay up to 15% commission
    and obviously Amazon is a name everyone feels comfortable buying from so may convert well with a site.

    Any idea of potential value for the domain ?
     
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  3. Edwin

    Edwin Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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  4. Kari

    Kari Retired Member

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    Hi Edwin

    yes understand that, just so you know lighters never come "full"
    most are usually 50% or below

    Also on the new site wont be selling the fuel, I forgot about the amended RM list a while back so will be editing the other site too. Thanks for reminding me about that
     
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    Edwin Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    50% full would still be illegal, wouldn't it? The RM list says "empty" which seems pretty clear.
     
  6. Kari

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    that would be down to the retailer to stick to RM guidelines however

    I have received lighters with tiny amounts of gas in just to show they work
    fluid lighters ( zippos ) have always been received empty
     
  7. Kari

    Kari Retired Member

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    technicalities aside though lol

    any value at all ?
     
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    bensd Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    This is just Royal Mail guidelines though, not courier wide
     
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    I think the fact it's only taken in .com and co.uk (you not bothering with the .uk?) says it all
     
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    I had this with Royal Mail recently, they made me put a "Bio Hazard" sticker on the parcel, which were a White Label with a Black Diamond I think. Once I put the bio hazard on it, and paid about 60p extra, they were happy to take it.
     

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