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Mark Mayer
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I've never used a GTS-825A, so I don't have an opinion of it. A little googling tells me that it is of c.2002 manufacture. I found another for sale at $1800.

The presence of 6 batteries makes me wonder a bit. Does it take that many to get through a day? Battery technology back then, I guess. Maybe it did.

I'm not in the market, but if  I was I would ask for pictures of the inside of the carrying case. The condition of that is a good indication of how the instrument has been transported and handled.

 

 

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Hooks
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It is not worth much. Running it as a robot requires a set of radios and a 360 prism. It appears the RC unit is missing so there is that. If you find a RC you’ll need a Y cable.

 

Basically you need to find the radios, prism, and RC. Then it’s an actual robot and my guess is it’s worth $2000, $2500 tops to someone who has not used a newer robot since 2000. 

 

If you left it at my office we would throw it in the trash. lol

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Protracted
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I sent you a message, let me know if you don’t get it.

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1man Surveyor
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has it been tested recently?

how much are hoping to get for it?

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ACsurvey
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I'm assuming this has been sold, but wanted to check.  If not I am interested.

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