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# 214343 7-May-2017 20:47
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Just some items sitting unused in my drawer, all tested and in working order.

 

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Moga Pocket Android Game Controller - bought this with the intention of using it as entertainment on a long haul flight, but ended up watching movies instead, has sat in my drawer since. $40

 

Nokia Lumia 520 (Black) - bought this years ago to use when my phone at the time was taking a month to get repaired, kept it as a spare but has sat in my drawer since. $20

 

Plantronic Backbeat Game Bluetooth earbuds - bought these last year, impulse buy, but I already had some Sennheiser's so I never bothered using these. $40

 

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Evidence I am trustworthy: My trademe account feedback here and my list of successful trades on Geekzone and GPforums are below:

 

Win10 Tablet sold to Geekzone member coupe33 in May 2017
Elephone S7 sold to GP member ext in February 2017
Sony Xperia Z Ultra sold to Geekzone member NzBeagle in August 2016
Dell E7450 ($4.5k) laptop sold to Geekzone member tieke in May 2016
Sony Z3 Compact sold to GP member eXdee in May 2016
24” LG IPS monitor sold to Geekzone member maxeon in Feb 2016
Acer V5 laptop sold to Geekzone member leo0787sx in Feb 2016
DishTV Dual recorder sold to Geekzone member richms in Feb 2016
27” LG IPS monitor sold to GP member jizah in Jan 2015
Galaxy S5 phone sold to Geekzone member Andib in June 2014
Galaxy S4 phone sold to GP member Andrewthenoob in Sept 2013
Some camera sold to GP member Enfield in April 2013
HTC One X phone sold to GP member NZ_Inferno in April 2013
Galaxy S2 phone sold to GP member qazwsxokmijn in Jun 2012


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Ultimate Geek


  # 1783099 16-May-2017 13:25
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Bluetooth headphones arrived promptly and my SO is very pleased with them. Cheers.


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