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Items MUST be picked up within 3 days of Auction close excluding Sunday. If you are unable to pick up within this time-frame please call 316-358-7212. We reserve the right to impose reasonable storage fees for time extensions.
IMPORTANT: If you do not pick up item(s) and have not called by day 3 your items will be forfeited with no refund given.
All items from this auction must be picked up by 4:00PM Saturday 2/11/23.
Pickup times: Monday - Friday 9:00AM - 6:00PM, Saturday 10:00AM - 4:00PM - (NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED)
Please have your Bidder ID#.
Pickup is at our retail location, Wichita Home Outlet. Please use the main entrance and notify any staff member that you are picking up an auction item.
Item Conditions and Guarantees
We do our best to accurately describe items. If stock photos are provided, they are for representation purposes only. If you receive an item you believe was not as described please contact us and we will do our best to make it right.
Item conditions include: Factory Sealed/Brand New, Appears New, Open Box, Damage and Salvage.
- Factory Sealed/Brand New:New in box, never used. 48 Guarantee applies.
- Appears New:May or may not be in original box. No apparent signs of prior usage. These items should function as expected. 48 Guarantee applies.
- Open Box:These items could be incomplete, used, missing parts or instructions. These items are not tested for functionality unless listing detail states differently. Items are sold AS-IS. No returns or refunds.
- Damage:Items appears to be complete with cosmetic damage including dents, dings, scratches, etc. These items are sold AS-IS. No returns or refunds.
- Salvage:These items may be non-functional and should be considered good for parts only. Sold AS-IS. No returns or refunds.
Guarantee:Items sold as Factory Sealed/Brand New or Appears New will be guaranteed to be as described. If your item does not match the description you have 48hrs from pick up to notify us. We reserve the right to exchange the item or issue a refund at our discretion. Guarantee applies to description/functionality only. All other listed conditions are sold AS-IS and no exchanges/refunds will be given.
Pickup Address 1730 S Laura
Pickup Phone # 316-358-7212
By Appointment Only
Wed, Feb 08, 2023
Thu, Feb 09, 2023
09:00 am - 06:00 pm
Fri, Feb 10, 2023
09:00 am - 06:00 pm
Sat, Feb 11, 2023
10:00 am - 04:00 pm
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BUYER'S PREMIUM: 18%
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Auction-specific terms and conditions for this affiliate are as follows.
Inspection: This auction does offer scheduled inspection dates. To schedule an inspection, you must contact us DURING our business hours a minimum of 24 HOURS before the auction closes. If you are unable to schedule an in-person inspection, we inspect the item(s) for you and answer your questions to the best of our ability.
Payment: The default credit card on file with your account will be charged within 24hrs following the close of the auction. If your payment is declined for any reason, you will not be able to pick up your items without paying. If you are tax exempt, please contact us, including your bidder ID, DURING our business hours BEFORE the auction closes. To receive tax exemption, you are required to provide the proper documentation BEFORE we adjust your invoice. Any invoices won BEFORE documentation is provided and approved will NOT be adjusted.
Invoices over $2,000 are not able to be paid by the credit card you have on file. You will need to pay with cash. If you, as the winning bidder (Buyer), do not provide sufficient funds or fail to retrieve your item(s) within the scheduled pick-up times, you may incur fees. Multiple instances of not paying or retrieving your items will result in a permanent block from the Equip-Bid site. Any bidder caught opening a new account will be charged an additional $50 with the above warnings. This is considered fraudulent bidding and is not tolerated.
Pick-Up: If you are unable to pick up your items during the scheduled pick-up times, do not bid. By bidding in an Equip-Bid auction, you are legally bound to be charged for all won items and are agreeing to remove them from the auction location. No appointment necessary. Simply pick up your items during our standard pick-up times within 3 days of auction close (excluding Sunday).
If you are unable to pick up your item(s) within 3 business days, you MUST call 316-358-7212 with your bidder ID, BEFORE the deadline. We reserve the right to charge reasonable storage fees for time extensions. Storage fees, if imposed, will be 10% of the invoice total. The maximum hold extension is one week.
Acceptable methods of payment for your storage fee are cash or Credit Card. Note: you will NOT receive your item(s) until the storage fee is settled.
If you fail to pick up your item(s) and have not called by day 5, you will forfeit your item(s). They are put back on auction to be resold to the highest bidder. NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN. Regardless of any agreed upon storage of your items, all invoices must be paid by the end of regular scheduled removal. You are still liable for paying for your item(s) and will be charged at the default credit card on file, whether or not you have picked up the item(s).
Removal: Once a bidder has paid for and picked up their items, the items become the property of the winning bidder (buyer). The buyer assumes all risk of loss and damage to property from that point forward, including at the premises of the sale.
Please come PREPARED to pick up your item(s). This means knowing your bidder ID, having a large enough vehicle. Be cognizant of the size and/or quantity of items you are picking up and BRING A HELPER if you have accumulated multiple invoices or have a large/heavy item.
If assistance from our staff is needed, we are not liable for any damage to the item(s) or the vehicle used. No refunds will be given if an item(s) is damaged during an assisted load-out.
Refunds: If you receive an item that is damaged, does not work, or is missing pieces and it was not listed as such in the description, you are eligible to apply for a refund. Photos are considered part of the item description. All refund requests must be submitted within 48 hours of picking up the item(s). If your request is approved, the item(s) must be returned WITHIN 2 business days (unless we have discussed otherwise) after the refund request was approved BEFORE a refund is issued. If you are returning an “Appears New” or “Factory Sealed” item, it must be returned BOXED in “Appears New” condition or we may charge a 20% restocking fee. Otherwise, no refund will be given as no warranty is expressed or implied. Please note that refunds are processed as soon as they are received but take 4-12 business days to process and return the money to your account.
Tax-Exempt Purchases: Tax-exempt forms must be provided to each independent affiliate—tax-exempt statuses are not stored with your Equip-Bid account. If this is your first tax-exempt purchase with Flex Wholesale LLC, please call 316-358-7212 to provide us with tax=exempt forms. Tax exempt documents must be in our possession before we remove sales tax. Invoices will not be adjusted once processed.
Liability: Flex Wholesale LLC's liability shall be limited to the refund of the bidder's purchase price.
Limitations: The above-stated Terms cannot be altered except in writing by Equip-Bid.
1730 S Laura
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Is 500 lumens bright enough for a headlamp? ›
250 to 500 lumens
These headlamps are typically powered by three AAA batteries or a USB rechargeable battery. A 250 to 500 lumen headlamp would be best for a hiker who plans to hike at night. The higher illumination headlamp is also better for hikers that tend to hike fast at night.
Lumen counts for headlamps can range from 25 lumens, all the way up to 1400+ lumens. In all reality though, 300 lumens is all the average person needs for everyday use.How do you know when Duracell rechargeable batteries are fully charged? ›
LED lights will turn RED when batteries are charging. LED lights will BLINK GREEN when the batteries are ready to use. LED lights will turn GREEN when the batteries become charged. LED lights will BLINK RED* if abnormal conditions are detected during charging, charging will stop.How many lumens is too bright for headlights? ›
The Code of Federal Regulations says that the luminous intensity of headlights must be between 500 and 3,000 candelas. What does all that scientific jargon mean? Drivers who want to install special headlights or taillights shouldn't choose lights that measure more than 3,000 lumens.How many lumens is a good headlamp? ›
100 to 150 lumens should be adequate for most needs, but for activities like scrambling and route-finding at night, travelers may want a more powerful headlamp — something as bright as 300 lumens.How many lumens is considered bright? ›
80 lumens is considered bright enough for most walkways — including commercial properties. For garden lights used as accent lighting, 50 lumens is generally sufficient to add safety, dimension, color and interest in your yard.What headlamp do Navy SEALs use? ›
Headlamp. The top-secret, tactical procedures of Navy SEALs often require Operators to move in the dark. Thus, the Princeton Tec Remix LED is one of many headlamps available for SEALs. The headlamp is powered by a long-lasting (40 hours) CR123 battery.What headlights are brighter than LED? ›
In an xenon headlight, electric current passes through the xenon gas to create an arc between two electrodes and generate intense white or bluish light that is often brighter than LEDs.
It really depends on your pace. An average trail rider will likely be fine with about 200 lumens minimum; ideal is about 250-400 lumens. Some riders can ride really fast offroad at night but we find anything above 400 lumens doesn't help us go faster but burns battery life faster.How many lumens do you need to see at night? ›
Right around 400 lumens will give enough light to see the reading material without causing excessive strain on the eyes.
How many lumens is a shade? ›
For example, when you are indoors, most artificial light is around 400 to 600 lumens. If you go outside on a sunny day, the brightness ranges from about 1,000 lumens in the shade to more than 6,000 lumens on a large stretch of concrete, like a highway. Our eyes are comfortable until we get to around 3,500 lumens.Do rechargeable batteries need to be fully charged before first use? ›
Yes, before you use your new NiMH batteries for the first time you must charge them fully. Please note that for new NiMH batteries, it is often necessary to cycle* them at least three to five times or more before they reach peak performance and capacity.Should rechargeable batteries be fully discharged before recharging? ›
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Battery University recommends that nickel- and lithium-based batteries be stored with a 40 percent state-of-charge. This level minimizes age-related capacity loss while keeping the battery in good operating condition and allowing self-discharge.Does driving with headlights on drain battery? ›
One of the fastest ways to cause a battery drain is to leave your headlights on for long. If your car battery keeps draining, there's a chance that you have formed the habit of leaving your lights on even when parked. Most times, your headlights stay on until the battery dies down completely.Does leaving headlights on drain battery? ›
When you've left the lights in your car or headlights on for a long time without the car running, it tends to drain your car's battery. A car's battery gets recharged when it's on the move; that's why you can charge your phone, listen to music, and even turn on the headlights and interior car lights.Can I get pulled over if my headlights are too bright? ›
Bright lights are not illegal according to traffic law or accident law. Motorists navigating dark areas are advised to use their high beams to ensure their safety. In most cases, the vehicle's high beams are located near the grill in the front of the car's center.Is 750 lumens very bright? ›
One lumen is approximately equal to the amount of light put out by one birthday candle that's one foot away from you. To help you get an idea of the lumen scale, a standard 60-watt bulb puts out around 750-850 lumens of light. If you're choosing bulbs for task lighting, look for bulbs with 1000 lumens or more.Is it illegal for headlights to be too bright? ›
Federal regulations limit headlight brightness. Specifically the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) polices bulb makers. When HIDs were introduced in 2004, NHTSA had ordered 24 HID companies to either cancel sales or issue recalls by October of that year, because the lights violated regulations.Is 5000 lumens too bright? ›
A 5000-lumen LED bulb is a very bright light source, and if you are using it in a relatively small room, it can be very harsh. In this case, it is recommended that you use a 1000-lumen LED bulb. Under normal circumstances, garages, utility rooms, and warehouses are more suitable for 5000-lumen bulbs.
Is 6000 lumens too bright? ›
Similar to a dining room, your at-home office should have a brightness level of 3,000 to 6,000 lumens. Why? Because you're continuously reading, writing and staring at a screen. Dim light in this area can cause you to strain your eyes, but anything too bright can also be a problem.What to look for when buying a headlamp? ›
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Lumens give a measure of the amount of light – the brightness – produced by a light bulb. Whether it's a CFL, LED, halogen, fluoro or incandescent bulb, the bigger the number, the brighter the bulb.How many lumens does a 60-watt bulb produce? ›
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To open: Unscrew cap in counter-clockwise direction. 2. Insert batteries into the battery holder. Insert batteries with correct polarity as shown on the battery holder.Where do you put Vaseline on battery terminals? ›
Step 5: Rub petroleum jelly onto the terminals and reattach the cables. Once the terminals are dry, dab a bit of petroleum jelly onto them. This will lubricate them, help prevent further corrosion, and help strengthen the connection. Reattach the positive and negative cables, and you're all set!Are Energizer batteries as good as Duracell? ›
When it comes down to the choice between Duracell and Energizer, there's no outright winner. Both brands use the best technologies and aren't significantly different in any other features. Whether you want to go with Duracell or Energizer is a matter of preference.What happens if you charge non-Rechargeable batteries? ›
Attempting to recharge non-rechargeable batteries greatly increases the potential for leakage and rupture. Charging must be conducted in chargers specifically approved for each product type which may vary depending on brand and model of both battery and charger.Do I need to reset battery light after replacing battery? ›
A: After a battery is replaced in some vehicles, the battery charging system monitoring system will need to be reset. This can be performed with a scan tool or dedicated battery reset tool.
What does red flashing mean on Duracell rechargeable battery? ›
3) CHARGING/LED INDICATION
* If Blinking Red LED is encountered, first ensure you are attempting to charge a NiMH AA or AAA battery. If yes, remove and reinsert the NiMH battery. If battery has become heated, it may be damaged. Insert a new NiMH battery.
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When disconnecting the cables from the old battery, disconnect the negative first, then the positive. Connect the new battery in the reverse order, positive then negative.” When you are replacing your car battery, It isn't always easy to remember the order in which to disconnect and reconnect the terminals.What do you do with dead Duracell batteries? ›
They can be brought to specialized battery recyclers, participating retailers that provide battery takeback services or local household hazardous waste collection programs . Contact the manufacturer or local solid waste authority for additional management options.Can Duracell batteries be recharged with any charger? ›
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A flashlight with no battery is literally a flashlight without a battery. But if that's the case, where does it get its energy from? It works in exactly the same way as a dynamo bike light. By shaking, squeezing or winding the flashlight, you give the built-in dynamo or magnet the induction voltage it needs.