INTERMEC CN51 BARCODE SCANNERS (HXYAAA1307IT1V (ITFTPOLK)) This auction is for one lot of Intermec bar code scanners CN51 and accessories. Lot contains the following Qty 32 Scanners CN51, Qt 31 Scan Handheld Pistol Grip Handles PN 805-679-001, Qty 39 CN51 Batteries, Qty 2 Quad Pack Chargers AC21, Qty 11 Four bay Multi Dock Charging Cradles AD23, and QTY 2 Single Slot Cradles AD27. These scanners were in good working order when removed from service. Some devices have a few surface scratches on cases. They are in worn condition from being used. Removed only do to technology upgrade not due to function. Batteries all need to be charged due to sitting unused. Buyer is responsible for loading this equipment. AAFES cannot assist in the process or provide any equipment to aid in loading. This equipment is sold as is where is and may contain defects not immediately detectable. No warranty is expressed or implied. It is described to the best of our knowledge and there is no guarantee that all defects are listed. Your pre-bid inspection is invited, strongly encouraged, and cautioned. Base security applies. Please be aware that base post security will conduct a background screen at the gate. Contact Frank Silas at 337-208-8119 to schedule an appointment for a site visit or for a pick up Monday thru Friday from 0800 to 1500. You must bring a government photo id, proof of insurance, and registration to get on base property. You must wear a face covering to come onto the property. It is described to the best of our knowledge and there is no guarantee that all defects are listed. HXYAAA1307IT1V
Inspection and Removal Information:
Property Location Information:
Please bid on this lot only if you can and will
** pay ** on or before 11/19/2021 and
** remove ** on or before 12/02/2021.
Inspection and Removal Information:
Property Location and inquiries/questions regarding property inspection and/or removal:
Bldg. 1831, 1930 14th Street
Fort Polk, LA 71459
Contact: Frank Silas
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- Current High Bid
- 560 USD
- Reserve Price
- Reserve Price Amount
- Bid increment
- 17 USD
- Inactivity period
- Run length
- Inactivity period for reduction of Bid Increment
- Reduction of bid increment
- Reduction of bid increment limit
- 1 USD
- Start Time
- 11/10 11:03 AM CT
- Close Time
- 11/17 11:03 AM CT
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Bidders in the Auction (Current top 10 bidders)
| Bidder#1 (Current High Bid)
|| 560 USD
||11/17/2021 10:46:56 AM CT
|| 543 USD
||11/17/2021 10:44:02 AM CT
|| 375 USD
||11/15/2021 06:33:33 PM CT
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