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# 205961 4-Dec-2016 21:13
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I have a 4th gen apple tv for sale, that I got as a gift from my work. Warranty expires 2nd March 2017 (PM me if you want the serial number).

 

This is the 32GB model. Selling as I prefer Android over Apple, and already have a Chromecast and a FireTV, and don't watch enough TV to justify having two devices in the first place. If I did, I might keep this, as it is the best out of the three devices.

 

Looking for $200, I'd prefer local pickup (in Christchurch) but would consider posting at buyers expense if no-one bites locally. You can still add AppleCare to this for $39, which would give you warranty out to March 2018, so that would give you a better than new warranty under $240.

 

Picture below, still have everything in the original box along with unopened cables (lightning cable for charging remote, and NZ power cable):

 

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 Edit: Pickup is in Christchurch


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  # 1682201 4-Dec-2016 23:18
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Do you know if it is a nz purchased device?
Pm me the serial and I can check.

Would you ship to Whangarei?
If not my brother is in Christchurch so I could get him to pick it up and bring it up to me when he comes up for Christmas.



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  # 1682204 4-Dec-2016 23:50
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Have sent you the details. Pretty sure it was purchased through Apple NZ.

 

As I said, prefer pickup, but could ship if you really wanted.


 
 
 
 




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  # 1682414 5-Dec-2016 12:18
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Sold, pending payment.


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