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Master Geek
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Topic # 205792 27-Nov-2016 13:09
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Bought in April from NL here in Wellington.


No known issues, hardware or software. Selling as have a new work S7 and Mrs Smithy prefers Android. Can provide copy of receipt.


Comes in original box with USB and mains plug - I"ve used the earphones so prob best you get your own... and they don't even need be wireless - Bonus!!!


Comes with a few cases - most of which are cheapo, but one of which is a Lifeproof dustproof/waterproof one that cost over $100 and is quite brilliant. 


Will post within NZ or can arrange pickup in Lower Hutt.


Have looked on Tard Me and the 64GB's are currently between $700 and retail.


However, I live in the real world and don't want to faff around with numpties so $575 gets the lot.





Edit: I mucked up the photo. 

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  Reply # 1678285 27-Nov-2016 13:55
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Swype on iOS is detrimental to accurate typing. Apologies in advance.

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  Reply # 1678402 27-Nov-2016 16:59
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joker97: *Added to watch list

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