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Topic # 185873 8-Dec-2015 16:50
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I'm selling my old PC case as it's no longer being used.  It retailed for over $300 when I bought it back in 2009, but it's been sitting folornly in my garage for a year now, and it seems a shame for it to not be used.  It's in good condition, and has been back in its box since being decommissioned.  I'm open to offers from GZer's, otherwise it's going on TradeMe at the weekend.

It's a heavy beast, so it's probably best for someone to pick up (Palmerston North), but I will ship it if the buyer pays the shipping costs.  

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  Reply # 1442932 8-Dec-2015 16:50
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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 # 1448459 11-Dec-2015 02:52
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Hmmm I'd be interested if the price was right I currently have the RV02B-W + USB3.0 upgrade so which version of the RV01 do you have 


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  Reply # 1448490 11-Dec-2015 06:57
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It's the B-W version (black with window).  It predates USB 3.0, so it just has the USB2.0 ports.

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  Reply # 1448723 11-Dec-2015 13:38
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Ah So if I did buy it I'd still have to purchase the USB3.0 upgrade for it hmmm so how much do you want for it 

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  Reply # 1448759 11-Dec-2015 14:29
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I'm open to any offers.  I'd rather just see it being put to good use than lying around gathering dust.

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  Reply # 1452093 17-Dec-2015 09:23
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Hey man,




I'm in palmy so Im pretty interested, can you flick me a PM so we could sort out a price?

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