A Woot Classic Moment

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You Can’t Spell "Compaq" Without "Coma:" March 8th, 2007:

The doctor stepped through the swinging doors into the waiting room. He didn’t need to ask for the patient’s family – he could see it in their anxious faces.

"Why were we called down here, doctor?" asked a pensive young woman, clearly the patient’s wife. "Has there been any change, or…?"

A burlier, mustachioed version of the patient – probably the older brother – stood up, stone-still face masking worry and hope. "Yeah, what’s the situation?" The stoop-shouldered mother sat silently, eyes riveted to the doctor.

"Well, I’m pleased to tell you that he’s woken up, and he appears to be speaking normally," the doctor said, setting off a round of hugs and sighs among the patient’s family. "Right now, we don’t think there’s been any long-term damage. You can go in and speak to him in a moment. But I should warn you: it is absolutely essential that he avoid any serious shocks. He’s been in this coma for over a year now. If anything has changed in that time – if his apartment has burned down or someone close to him has died, that sort of thing – do not mention it right now. The shock could set him back."

A startled glance passed from one face to another. The doctor waited – and then the wife spoke.

"Doctor, there is one thing. Right before the accident, we bought a HP Compaq SR2020NX Presario Media Center Desktop PC. He loved the features, like the 160GB SATA hard drive, the AMD Athlon 64 2.2GHz Processor, the dual-layer DVD-R/RW/+R/RW drive. He couldn’t wait to try out Windows XP Media Center 2005. We had such plans for those PCI and expansion slots. We used to talk about adding more RAM to its 512MB – it would have been so easy. But of course, that was before…"

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Features

The XMark Adjustable Dumbbell combines multiple sets of dumbbells into one. This space saving adjustable dumbbell comes with its own storage tray. Effortlessly switch from one weight setting to another by simply moving the adjustment knob.

  • Eliminates need for multiple dumbbells
  • Weight adjusts from 10-50 pounds in 10 pound increments
  • Heavy-duty chrome plated steel
  • Includes 50 lb. dumbbell and storage tray

Shipping Note: Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, and APO addresses is not available for this item

Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer

Specs

In the box:

  • (1) X-Mark XM-3307 50-Pound Adjustable Dumbbell
  • (1) Storage Tray

Sales Stats

Speed to First Woot:
21m 57.776s
First Sucker:
OccupyWoot
Last Wooter to Woot:
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Purchaser Experience

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  • 6% second woot
  • 27% < 10 woots
  • 24% < 25 woots
  • 38% ≥ 25 woots

Purchaser Seniority

  • 3% joined today
  • 1% one week old
  • 1% one month old
  • 20% one year old
  • 76% > one year old

Quantity Breakdown

  • 28% bought 1
  • 71% bought 2
  • 0% bought 3

Percentage of Sales Per Hour

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XMark 50-Pound Adjustable Dumbbell
$109.99 Sold Out Sporting Goods
$109.99 USD false 1 Retail EA
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