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Topic # 106569 26-Jul-2012 13:24
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For sale: Sony Bravia Full HD (1080p) 52” LCD TV Model KLV-52X350A, 4-1/2 years old. Excellent condition with original Owners Manual. Runs perfectly, selling only because we upgraded our telly.

Based on Trademe prices for models of similar size and age etc, the market price appears to be $1,500 - $1,700. Not looking to squeeze the last $$ out of this, so asking $1,300 for a quick sale.

Pick-up only, from Auckland inner suburb.

Please PM me if any interest.

EDIT; Typo

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  Reply # 662378 26-Jul-2012 13:48
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Let me know how you go with this - I'm interested in selling the 46" version (will have to check exact model number) in Chch, but will give to the in-laws if I don't get a reasonable offer. It's still a damn fine TV, but it's time for something bigger!




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  Reply # 662399 26-Jul-2012 14:13
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I will also be putting my 3 year old Sony 40" LCD TV on Trademe shortly for $499 once I get my 55" TV

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 663691 29-Jul-2012 18:41
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hey i think your all dreaming $1300 for a 4.5 year old tv,or 499 for 40" you can get them for those type of prices new!just shop around to see what i mean better to put them up for auction and see what the market will pay,cheersLaughing

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