When you hit the market for a used DEXA scanner, it won't take you too long to find that facilities listing their own units for sale sometimes offer them for significantly lower prices than third-party resellers. At first glance, this can seem like a compelling selling point- one that might have you leaning toward a private lister. With a closer look, however, the reasons for the price disparity become clear, as does the overall added value of working with a third-party reseller.
In the video below, we'll guide you through what you typically get when you purchase a DEXA scanner from a private listing compared to what you typically get when you purchase from a third-party reseller.
Private DEXA Listings vs. Third-Party Resellers
We won't say that there's never a time when buying a DEXA scanner from a private listing will make sense for your specific needs, but it always pays to be aware of which logistical costs will fall to you and which (if any) will fall to the seller. With all the additional tasks mentioned in the video added in, you may not be saving as much as you think.
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Written by Jason Block
Jason Block is the Product Manager for Women’s Health Equipment at Block Imaging. Helping to match customer’s needs with equipment solutions is energizing for him. When Jason is not working, he enjoys coaching his kids’ sports, working out, and playing handball.