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Topic # 191909 20-Feb-2016 09:37
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Hitachi HTS723225l9SA61 2.5inch 250GB - $30


Seagate ST3750640NS 3.5inch 750GB - $50 each or $150 for all three with free freight (suitable for RAID)


Seagate ST3200822AS 3.5inch 200GB - $20  ("Certified Repaired HDD")


Location: Palmy.
Shipping, $5/$10/$15 greater-local/same island/rural or interisland




Oh hai PeterReader I'ma let you finish but yes I have listed prices, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand. Also I accept PM and my Privacy settings allow my account to receive PM so people can contact me. Also I am indeed offering to other GZ members first and don't intended on using TradeMe just yet. 



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  Reply # 1496091 20-Feb-2016 09:37
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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 # 1501604 29-Feb-2016 16:57
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No one? I will take offers


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  Reply # 1505808 4-Mar-2016 08:54
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These drives are all tested ok

I also have some good condition IDE drives

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  Reply # 1505820 4-Mar-2016 09:18
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I think perhaps trade me might do better for you here... We're all geeks and probably have loads of older small drives lying around. I could field at least 10 sub 500gb drives that are now just in a drawer as they are "too small" (like my collection of old sub sticks)

Sorry, but most of us are on the bleeding edge side of the IT wire :)

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  Reply # 1505848 4-Mar-2016 10:08
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Cheers, roger that :)

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