Some quick tips, if you're going to relist it. I hope you realise that these suggestions are meant to be constructive - I'm not having a pop at you
Take some more pictures, and try to show as many of the tools as possible
Also try to get some pics of the entire box, to show how good its condition is
Time the listing so that it ends on a Saturday or Sunday evening, which increases the number of people who will be browsing as the ad comes to an end.
Try to stick to the facts and leave out the "every other f@cker out there" bits
The added info bits don't come across well, either. Just respond to each individual question, rather than post your frustration in the ad
Detail every last one of the tools. Every spanner, driver, allen key, etc. That helps bulk up the ad and makes people realise they're getting a lot for their money
Set a reserve (this doesn't get displayed). If you genuinely want £1,000 then set that as the reserve - you can always strike a bargain with the closest bidder if the reserve is not met.
Only set a buy-it-now price if you genuinely know what you're aiming for. If that's £1,300 say, then set the buy-it-now at £1,300. If you don't have a figure in mind, don't set one.
Seriously investigate delivery options. Specifying Collection-Only **vastly** limits your audience. Look at pallet delivery companies online, put in the weight, then put that in the ad.
It will probably come out at somewhere between £60 and £100 so, once you know this, state the postage cost "or collection from xxxxx at £0.00"
All of the above may take you a day or so to get sorted (especially the postage charges) but don't worry about not having the ad on for 7 or 10 days; most ads only hot up in the last 24 hours. Just try to have the auction end at around ~8pm on a Saturday or Sunday night.
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