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Discontinued item to sell on eBay - Mr. Coffee Cocomotion

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Hot chocolate is easy to make, right? Just put some cocoa mix in a mug, add hot water or milk, stir, and enjoy. Apparently, people need a machine to do this for them now. A machine called the Mr. Coffee Cocomotion. Unfortunately, it has been discontinued. The machine makes up to 4 cups of hot cocoa, whips it up frothy and delicious, and uses any combination of hot water or milk, plus chocolate syrup or powder, or packages of commercially produced hot cocoa mix.

eBay sellers have this item on their BOLO (Be On the Lookout) lists when searching for items to sell at thrift stores, garage sales, estate sales, or retail stores like Tuesday Morning, TJ Maxx, or Walgreens. The Mr. Coffee Cocomotion sells for up to $100 in used condition, or as high as $300 in new condition. Apparently, this machine is pretty special. Reviews state that the machine makes hot cocoa fast and easy and is great for groups, family gatherings, or parties. No need to make single serve cups, just fire up the Cocomotion machine.

Don't bother looking for the item online - stores like WalMart and Target are sold out. Your only hope of finding a cheap one to flip is hitting the streets and checking out your local Goodwill, Salvation Army, or other thrift store. Many sellers have reported finding the Mr. Coffee Cocomotion machine at thrift stores, sometimes new in the box, for $5.

eBay shows 253 completed sold listings for the Mr. Coffee Cocomotion in both new and used condition.

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