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Topic # 9437 16-Sep-2006 18:52
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i bought a black ipod video(yeah silly me...) and have had it since november last year, and havent actualy used it much because im too scared to actualy touch it, its just so prone to scratches, and recently i bought it out to town and it got scratched heaps just from being in my pocket, i dont want to use a case(i dont wana hide my sexy ipod in a case!) and i realy want to get rid of those scratches with apple sauce and then cover it with a invisible sheild, but the only way i know of geting these is to import from america, and i dont want to, anyone know anywere to get it in nz?

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  Reply # 46390 18-Sep-2006 16:14
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not sure if you can, but it's always worth having a look on trademe



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  Reply # 46404 18-Sep-2006 17:06
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no i just ordered from america :-D

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Reply # 46584 21-Sep-2006 16:52
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Super: no i just ordered from america :-D
Cool, hope it works
Why do you say "silly me" for buying a black ipod video?
There are some really good ipod cases that don't cover the ipod's sexy look because they are clear, hard plastic. I don't know where to buy them but my friends have them. I'll try and ask them some time.


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