Serious health issue (wife's) forces me to sell up everything, so here goes.
All this kit was purchased new over the previous year when I got back into electronics (thanks largely to the RPi) after a long hiatus. It has hardly been used due to my wife becoming ill six months ago. All is in practically as-new condition, just dusty (even though it has been in a cupboard ??? ), all original accessories and boxes/cases supplied along with copies of receipts where appropriate.
Purchased new from Amazon on 02 May 2019. Unlocked to full 200MHz bandwidth etc. (see eevblog about that), and works as expected. Reports itself as a 1204X-E due to the 'upgrade'. For those wondering about that, the hardware is identical. It's just a case of activating the upgraded functions, and maybe buying some better probes if you really want to push the 200MHz, see below
Purchased new from Batronix on 17 July 2019. Unlocked like the above to 60MHz and reports itself as a 1062X. Works perfectly. The AWG works in conjunction with the 'scope, controlled by it, if connected by USB or ethernet and gives extra functions such as bode plots, component testing etc.
Purchased new on 25 May 2019 from eBay dealer. Great probe, used a few times, works perfectly.
These were purchased new (old stock, unopened) on 03 May 2019 from eBay seller. Everything as it should be for new probes in their original zip wallets with original accessories. Work great with the unlocked 'scope and are better than those supplied with the more expensive 1204X-E as well.
Prices, paid by Bank Transfer and posted within the UK
Collection is also possible in Rossendale, Lancashire. Feel free to discuss prices, but I think they are fair given that the stuff is less than a year old and hardly used.
I will probably use a courier for the scope and awg, the others will be post office I guess. All insured and signed for of course.
I forgot to get a picture of the LeCroy probes but they are exactly what Digikey sell here: https://www.digikey.co.uk/product-detai ... ND/2796171
Also advertised elsewhere. More stuff to come.
See these links for (big!) photos: