One of my most best experience was when I was finding for something that I wanted to purchase in some shop in Singapore but couldn't find a one that I liked. So I decided to approach @carousell_sg and find my item there. Surprisingly, I found my item and it was brand new. I am very amazing by how @carousell_sg works. It's convenient and allows you to search for the different buyers at even at different preorder dates which some are shorter which is great! And some even convenient as the meet up places are near our places! Amazing! 😊
My best shopping experience on carousell was getting my lucky amulet from @colourful.box a few months ago. The seller was very friendly and patient. I asked him a lot of the questions and consulted about the amulet which would be suitable for me. He was very knowledgable about the items that he had. He gave me prompt replies, helpful and made a big effort to find me as I was lost to the meet up location 😂. Will get another amulet soon from him again! Thank you!
I always try to buy used items because that means I can take something off someone's hands. For me, I try to sell some things but no one buys them, so I can understand the feeling, especially here in Singapore where space can be limited. My best experience was being lucky to find a vintage PC laptop from around 1996. Thanks @integrachamp ! Normally, vintage PCs are hard to find here in Singapore because they are often stored away in storerooms, and with our hot and humid climate, there is a higher chance of the Ni-Cd backup batteries leaking and damaging the mainboard, but with the way this model (an IBM ThinkPad 760ED) was designed, the battery leakage only really means that the keyboard and mouse can't be used, but I can fix that. Another problem is that moisture can penetrate into LCD panels after some time, eventually resulting in what my friend calls "screen rot", which can cause considerable amounts of damage to the panel, but for now, I'm fine with using it on an external monitor. I have pictures of the laptop over on my Instagram account, which has the same username that I use here. However, I do also want to give a shout-out to user @iammrwesley . I bought some old SD cards from him which I need for some old devices that won't accept modern SDHC cards (and old PCs that won't work with modern high capacity hard drives), but his username very much reminds me of "Wesley", who was a supporting character from Wander Over Yonder, a pretty cool Disney channel show until it was cancelled too early, but it's still one of my 2 favourite TV shows.