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Master Geek
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Topic # 191051 21-Jan-2016 14:36
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I've got a 3DS XL collecting dust that I haven't really used since purchasing it about a year ago. It comes with Pokemon X, 4GB SD card, two styluses, a case, a UK charger (I can include an adaptor if necessary) as well as the original box and manuals. In good condition, a few very minor cosmetic scratches on the back plastic. It's the full black model - not sure you can get these in NZ.


Firmware is version 7.2.0-17U - yes this is an exploitable firmware, so it's actually worth a bit more because of this.


Please note this is an NTSC model - so games you buy directly from NZ retailers are unlikely to work here (NZ 3DSes are PAL I believe). However, it does mean you can buy cheap games from Amazon or other overseas sites, so probably a good thing to the right buyer. 


Because it's NTSC and a good firmware (and includes a game), I would like to get something a bit over $200 for it. Happy to include shipping as long as it's not too expensive.

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  Reply # 1476165 21-Jan-2016 14:36
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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 # 1476185 21-Jan-2016 14:43
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Hi, I assume this is the previous model, i.e. the one without the new button of the right?


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  Reply # 1476197 21-Jan-2016 15:08
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Hi, I assume this is the previous model, i.e. the one without the new button of the right?



Yeah, it is. The model number is SPR SKKAB USZ if that helps.

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  Reply # 1478322 25-Jan-2016 15:24
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Bumping once before I endure the joy that is selling on TradeMe or eBay. Could be convinced to let it go for $200.

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