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Topic # 201556 24-Aug-2016 09:32
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Got an apple tv 4th generation 64gb model new in the box still factory sealed

 

This is a USA version but will supply plug adaptor or figure 8 power cord for NZ (whichever you prefer).

 

Serial number has not been registered with apple so will have full 1yr international warranty with apple.

 

I currently have the same model bought from the states and have checked warranty details with 2 apple approved repairers in Auckland and also called apple directly and all have said they will cover my unit under warranty in NZ if something goes wrong with it and I don't need the receipt to do so.  They also said I could add on the applecare for it ($39 NZD) if I wanted to add a further 2yrs of warranty before my 1yr initial warranty expires.  Same will apply to this unit being sold.

 

I use mine for PLEX, Rugbypass, BBC iPlayer, Aussie and American on demand TV channels (using an unblocker service) and it works great!  

 

I'm in Auckland and will allow pickups.

 

Will sell for $320.  Retail on these are $399.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1616636 24-Aug-2016 09:32
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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 # 1617455 25-Aug-2016 16:13
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Bump - Rugbypass have another free 1 month trial running so your chance to watch the game free this weekend on the new apple tv.


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  Reply # 1617509 25-Aug-2016 18:03
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Would you take $250?



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  Reply # 1617511 25-Aug-2016 18:17
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Nope.  You might be able to get a 32gb secondhand one off trademe for that price though if your lucky.


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  Reply # 1617514 25-Aug-2016 18:28
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  Reply # 1617515 25-Aug-2016 18:34
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https://trademe.co.nz/1149092582

4th gen 64gb $269

 

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haha.. if you want a used one that's open box from an international seller in the states who never answers any of the questions on THAT auction then go ahead and buy from him.  Probably has no warranty as well.  You get what you pay for bro.


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  Reply # 1617559 25-Aug-2016 20:09
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Alternatively you can buy them new for $219 32G or $289 64G online at dicksmith



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  Reply # 1617569 25-Aug-2016 20:31
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rt19: Alternatively you can buy them new for $219 32G or $289 64G online at dicksmith

 

Plus $30 delivery with a 2 week wait before it leaves the warehouse.

 

If you are gonna post, do it with ALL the relevant info.  




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  Reply # 1618149 26-Aug-2016 23:53
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Bump

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  Reply # 1618151 27-Aug-2016 00:07
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Really should not be discussing price on a classified listing, should only be done via PM IMO.




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  Reply # 1618281 27-Aug-2016 11:50
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lNomNoml:

 

Really should not be discussing price on a classified listing, should only be done via PM IMO.

 

 

couldn't agree more!!


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  Reply # 1618294 27-Aug-2016 12:44
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lNomNoml:

 

Really should not be discussing price on a classified listing, should only be done via PM IMO.

 

 

 

 

PeterReader:[snip]

 

Hey, have you listed a price,

 

 

@PeterReader disagrees




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  Reply # 1618296 27-Aug-2016 12:46
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RunningMan:

 

lNomNoml:

 

Really should not be discussing price on a classified listing, should only be done via PM IMO.

 

 

 

 

PeterReader:[snip]

 

Hey, have you listed a price,

 

 

@PeterReader disagrees

 

 

 

 

Ummm discussing and listing are two different things... dirrrr


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  Reply # 1618308 27-Aug-2016 13:42
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I think the word everyone is looking for is "negotiating" and yes agree it should be done off line. OP is quite entitled to state his price but any attempts to negotiate based on whatever influential argument the genuine buyer wishes to put forward, and the seller to rebuff shouldn't be on the open forum. Buyers who disagree with the price are welcome not to buy it. Good luck to the OP getting a sale.




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  Reply # 1618418 27-Aug-2016 18:09
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