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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 179147 28-Aug-2015 15:38
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Hey guys,

Just wondering if there is any interest in the following items, which I am now doing away with since moving from wxc to 2Degrees


  1. Linksys SPA2102-AU

  2. Linksys WAG200G Wireless Modem/Router

  3. NetComm NF8AC - this one is actually only 10 months old (bought from Acquire), and have the receipt if needed for warranty :)


All in great condition, have the original boxes, power supplies and any driver disks that came along with them.

No ideas on prices, but fire me through an offer if interested and it might save me the pain of going through Trademe and you might get a new toy :)

Am in Auckland, but items have boxes, so could post (at buyers expense)

Cheers
Troy

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1388342 16-Sep-2015 07:47
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So the SPA has sold

And I have put the others on trademe. No reserve auctions starting at $10 for the WAG200G and $137 for the NF8AC. If anyone wants them hit me up and I will pull the pin on the auctions. :)

Ideally pickup in Auckland 

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  Reply # 1388645 16-Sep-2015 17:24
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What sort of price are you looking for on the NF8AC seeing as you've not long bought it




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  Reply # 1388708 16-Sep-2015 20:54
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I think I am pretty realistic about my expectations . The auction is set at 137 starting point with no reserve so let me know what your price would be and I could be convinced to close the auction before it has run its course :)

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