Is robotization now making its way into "Bares for Rares"? This is how it appears to Horst Lichter when he enters the expert room and sees how Sven Deutschmanek is dealing with a huge robot. "It was clear to me that they would replace you at some point," jokes the moderator.
But don't worry: the ZDF junk show is still allowed to be human. The monster is a sales item that Norman Teetz brought with him. The man from Gladbeck discovered the item in the decoration warehouse of a department store and spontaneously had a thought: "It couldn't be better." Nevertheless, he now wants to part with the toy. As reinforcement, he brought his best friend Stefan Sand Kühler to the ZDF junk show.
It is an “entertainment machine for children,” explains the expert. He dates the robot to the 1980s. Teetz would like 500 to 600 euros for it. However, due to the condition, Deutschmanek corrects the price slightly and considers 250 to 350 euros to be realistic.
In the dealer room, Christian Vechtel got into the robot and doesn't want to get out again. His colleague Susanne Steiger has to expressly ask him and helps him get out: "Come out of there." Markus Wildhagen shouts: “Little Christian can be picked up from the play paradise.”
Walter Lehnertz starts with his obligatory 80 euros. Wildhagen counters that the two of them drive the price up to 400 euros. For this sum, “Waldi” finally grabs the monster. So everyone is happy: the buyer has a new toy. The sellers exceeded the estimated value.
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