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#122368 - 08/02/16 06:18 PM Apilus Junior for sale
imtastingstars Offline
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Registered: 11/04/12
Posts: 19
Loc: Ohio
Hello everyone. I am selling my Apilus Junior which is in beautiful condition and works perfectly. I ended up picking up an Instantron Elite Spectrum and living in Ohio I am having a really difficult time coming up with the funding for schooling which is in the $15,000 region. I'd love to get certified but I just cannot swing it right now.

So I am selling my Apilus and keeping the Instantron for when I might be able to go to school. I work on myself and close friends right now.

Anyhow the Apilus is in beautiful condition and works perfectly. It comes with the following:

Apilus Jr electrolysis machine and power cord.
Foot pedal
Two needle holding cables
Grounding cable for blend or operating without a pedal.
Instruction manual
Original Apilus box
Some needles to get you started.

I am asking $600 for the machine. I take paypal and money orders.


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#122389 - 08/07/16 10:49 AM Re: Apilus Junior for sale [Re: imtastingstars]
James W. Walker VII Offline

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You may find that schools in Kentucky cost less. You may also find it easier to start your business there as well. wink
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#122390 - 08/07/16 11:46 AM Re: Apilus Junior for sale [Re: imtastingstars]
Michael Bono Offline

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An idea …

AEA produces an on-line electrology course. AEA produces all the necessary videos (and perhaps a manual) to learn the fundamentals. This would be a closed and private instruction, and the AEA would collect the fees.

Then, an authorized CPE in the student’s vicinity would complete the hands-on training. The trainer would receive special training from the AEA and be a “certified trainer.” The trainer would be paid by the student (fees set by the AEA).

We have too few schools. Schools charge too much. Schools have divergent ideas and different levels of competency. We need more well-trained electrologists.

The few remaining schools would oppose the idea. AEA would not want to “go against” the schools. Still a good idea worth considering. (Nobody will.)

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#123332 - 01/04/17 01:20 AM Re: Apilus Junior for sale [Re: imtastingstars]
Hartlessfamily Offline
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Registered: 12/28/16
Posts: 1
Is your Apilus Junior machine still for sale?

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