HiHow do you price a domain name ?
Thanks for your adviceTo price, you have to get into the head and budget of your potential end user. Can they brand on this domain, is it a category killer, what is the market for this industry, how much do they earn per sale, etc. Then you have to research places like namebio or have the experience to know what the market price should be.
Using ShipPropellers as your example.
1. Unlikely anyone would call their company that.
2. It can be a high-priced item, so someone may want to use it for an SEO project or feeder site.
3. Not really suitable for an all-out e-commerce site. Too niche
Based on the market and cost for ship propellers, I'd price it at $1488 retail hoping some company would need it for a marketing project and expect I might not sell it anytime soon or ever.
I could try to outbound market this name and hope for a low to mid XXX price. There are certainly some companies that could put it to use.
Overall, it probably wouldn't be something I would have bought to begin with, because it just isn't very versatile. An outbound domain marketer might give it a go, but as a buy and hold domainer it doesn't appeal to me.
Just my opinion.