Used Tefillin Sets

From time to time I have quality used tefillin for sale. Good used sets tend to be sold quickly and I am very limited in my supply.

Used tefillin sets fall into one of the following catagories:

1. Used parshios and used battim

2. Used parshios with new battim .

Available Used Tefilin

Information About Used Tefillin  Sets:

Used parshios with new Battim

Pricing for used parshios (checked by me and computer scanned) with new gassos battim and new retzuous generally cost $550. The battim are high quality peshutos. They look so good that most people would not be able to tell they were peshutos unless they studied them closely. Unquestionably these sets are better than new sets that costs even $50.00 more than this. In fact, I have seen new sets of tefillin priced higher than these used sets of  tefillin that were clearly not kosher to start with. This even goes for tefillin that are guaranteed kosher! The retzuous that are included in my used tefillin packages are new, of  high quality, and will last for years. They aren’t rough to the touch, and won’t crack after a few months like retzuous that typically come with lower priced sets which I don’t sell and you shouldn’t buy. I included a picture of used dakkos battim (fig. 1 below), new peshutos tefillin (fig. 2 below)  and new gassos tefillin (fig. 3 below) so you can compare them. Call for details. 845-290-2546

Used Battim With Used Parshios and New Retzuous:

These sets are usually made with dakkos battim (better than peshutos mehudaros, even new ones; not quite as good as descent gassos). Sometimes gassos are available. I rarely sell used peshutos mehudaros battim, since most of  what I see is not good enough to sell. Pricing typically runs between $350 and $585.

A freshly painted set of used tefillin.
Fig. 1: A freshly painted set of used tefillin. Although this set was sold it looks typical of used dakkos that I repaint and sell.
A freshly painted set of used peshutos tefillin
Fig.2: A new set of peshutos tefillin. The paint is sharper than in the used tefillin.
Fig. 3: New Gassos
Fig. 3: New Gassos

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