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Topic # 150110 11-Jul-2014 14:34
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Time to get rid of some of the things I don't use.

$200 - Galaxy Nexus 16GB. My daily driver. In good condition, one of the corners has lost its colour with it rubbing in my jeans and the very smallest of nicks to one edge. Has a minimal 3mm scratch on the screen which can only be seen when its off. Comes with a spare battery and a desktop docking cradle from ebay and a wall charger.

$175 - Galaxy Nexus 16GB. Bought a second one a while ago to have play with but it's just sat in a draw and is too good to give to one of my kids ! Has a nick out of one corner but in good condition overall. No scratches on the screen I can see. Includes wall charger and unused headphones.

$50 - Chromecast. Took it out of the box and plugged it into my tv for the first time yesterday but the reality is it does nothing my HTPC nor smart tv can't already do. Used for all of 30 minutes.

$75 - Raspberry Pi Model A with clear case and 4GB SDcard. I set it up with RaspBMC one afternoon, had a play but it's been back in its box since then. Probably used for all of two hours. No cables or charger.

$50 - Ipod touch 16GB - 1st gen. Hasn't been used since we moved to Spotify. Back is reasonably scratched. No accessories or charger as it sat in a dock mostly.

$?? - Old 60GB ipod. The chunky old white one with a black and white screen ! Worked when I plugged it into a dock yesterday and comes with a cable and wall charger. No idea what it's worth (if anything) so open to offers as I have no idea how long it may last for.

The following are currently on TM, but I'm willing to pull them for a lower price for GZoners. I put them on before thinking I should put them on here first. These prices are considerably cheaper than their reserve, I hope that makes up for it.

$60 - Brand new Skinny LG L3 II, comes with a sim card, new and unopened.

$50 - Nexus One. Has Cyanogen7 on it, put it on for a play a while ago. Worked really well but hasn't been used since I moved from VF to Skinny 12 months ago. Wont be going back so I have no use for it anymore. There is no wall charger for this.

$25 - Official Nexus One desktop cradle. Don't have the charger or audio cables any more (read I cant find them!) but it's a great accessory for the Nexus One.

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All prices are excluding shipping, but I'll only charge what NZPost charge me. Let me know if you think my prices are optimistic.

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  Reply # 1087185 11-Jul-2014 14:34
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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. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 1087201 11-Jul-2014 14:35
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Where's the pickup?

Could be keen for the CHromecast



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  Reply # 1087203 11-Jul-2014 14:37
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Sorry forgot to mention I'm on the Kapiti Coast at Otaki Beach. Therefore shipping is probably best :)

I would expect the smaller items to fit in a $5 bubble bag, the bigger ones will likely be $8 or so. If that's what the bubble bags cost these days.



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  Reply # 1087795 12-Jul-2014 16:27
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gcorgnet has first dibs on the chromecast. PM me your details and I'll sort out postage.

Bump for the rest.



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  Reply # 1088538 14-Jul-2014 13:34
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gcorgnet: Could be keen for the CHromecast

Mate, if you're not interested please let me know (I have PM'd you) there are others who want the Chromecast.



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  Reply # 1090123 16-Jul-2014 16:34
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Chromecast is sold.

Bump for the rest.

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  Reply # 1097191 28-Jul-2014 15:44
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Is the nexus one still around? What's the battery like?

Or the galaxy nexus? And what is that battery like?



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  Reply # 1097194 28-Jul-2014 15:48
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Nexus One is gone.

I have two batteries for the Galaxy Nexus, bought a second genuine one a few months ago, you can have both. As with any battery, it lasts on how much you use it. I typically just charge it in the evening and I'm done.



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  Reply # 1097196 28-Jul-2014 15:50
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I'm wanting to chuck it on my electric bike with a GPS tracking app on it incase it gets stolen. Would it last 8 hours with intermittent GPS usage you think?

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  Reply # 1097197 28-Jul-2014 15:52
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Also, 2degrees compatible?



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  Reply # 1097198 28-Jul-2014 15:54
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With intermittent usage it would easily last 8 hours. I typically pick it up around 7, do 30 mins of twitter/news/email, then am on it for an hour or two during the day, some music in the car if I'm driving and at worst case it needs a charge around 7pm in the evening if I intend to use it any more.





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  Reply # 1097201 28-Jul-2014 15:57
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Delphinus: Also, 2degrees compatible?

GSMArena tells me it does 900 GSM :)


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