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Topic # 7101 19-Mar-2006 22:36
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Hi Guys,
i'm looking for a 2ndhand ipod nano 1GB (black and under 250$ would be nice) and be only for a few weeks in NZ and have absolutly no idea where to take a look for that!
Just discovered trademe.co.nz which doesn't looks too bad - i'm looking for something similar.
 What about Newspaper, Magz...? 
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Reply # 31063 19-Mar-2006 22:42
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Trademe is the best option

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Reply # 31067 20-Mar-2006 06:59
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The Nano[*] has only been available in New Zealand for a few weeks, so you might struggle to find a used one, unless you come across someone who bought one and didn't like it or had compatibility issues. If I recall correctly, they sell new here for $280 so if you're looking at spending around $250 for a used one, then you'd be better off buying new.

[ * Edit : I meant to say 'the 1Gb Nano has only been available in New Zealand for a few weeks. Obviously the larger capacity models have been available for several months.]

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 31093 20-Mar-2006 12:11
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Yep I agree too. If you're prepared to spend around $250 then you are better off buying a new one. Dick Smith has them for ~ $260. See http://www.dse.co.nz/cgi-bin/dse.storefront/441df36801cfa566273fc0a87f990743/Product/View/A4915

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  Reply # 31097 20-Mar-2006 12:35
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Yep - the Nano is too good and too new to be buying secondhand - splash out and buy new.




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  Reply # 31100 20-Mar-2006 12:52
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Thx guys! Buy a new one!
Do u can recommend a good case for the nano?
Something crystal-clear would be nice and should fit too the black design! (Like  Contour iSee)

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