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Topic # 123300 2-Jul-2013 18:42
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About a month old. Mint/perfect/excellent condition.

Beautiful blue. Still have headphones, unused. Original box, receipt.

$500

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  Reply # 848380 2-Jul-2013 18:42
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  Reply # 849194 4-Jul-2013 12:04
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Open to offers



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  Reply # 851254 8-Jul-2013 22:00
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  Reply # 851266 8-Jul-2013 22:18
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You are probably best on trademe, as they sell well on it. Someone here may offer you a couple of hundred, which is the sort of value I would place on it. They are due for model replacement in a few months with a new model, and most people will have the features already on a phone. IMHO apple have crippled the ipod touchs too much with an older processors and cameras, when they should have been upto the same specs as the iphone, like the 1st and 2nd gen were.



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  Reply # 852135 10-Jul-2013 08:05
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Still going for at least $450 on Trademe.

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  Reply # 854155 12-Jul-2013 00:33
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Kopkiwi: Still going for at least $450 on Trademe.


That will be your best bet. The colour is probably a put off for many, and the disksize makes it expensive, as apple charge too much for additional diskspace. But many parents like to get their kids something like this, over a cell phone, and many people bidding on trademe don't know the true value of stuff.

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