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Topic # 110916 19-Oct-2012 00:54
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Hey guys,

Thought I'd let you know I have some monitors for sale.  Moving in to a new flat, so I won't have the room for these.
One still has some warranty left...The other does not.

300 each, or if someone is willing to grab both, I might be able to work out a special for any geekzone members out there that are interested.  Looks like they still go for 450 to 600 in some places brand new.


EDIT: Have listed on TradeMe and have mentioned I have two...So while stocks last :)
EDIT 2: Pickup from Mt Roskill or shipped at buyer's expense.


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  Reply # 703319 19-Oct-2012 02:00
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GAH! Edit has gone.

The monitor with the remaining warranty has gone. One left. Get it while its hot!

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