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# 220187 30-Jul-2017 12:35
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Hey all,

I am having a cleanout and wanted to get rid of some pieces that may interest fellow Geekzone members:

1. Xbox 360E.

Was originally a 4GB model and I upgraded with an official Microsoft 250GB HDD.  Comes with PSU and 2 controllers.  Was purchased new from The Warehouse



2. 4 PS4 Move controllers + 2 Guns + charger stand.

Bought new in the age of dance games looking like fun, used a few times, then sat there collecting dust.





3. Sphero BB8.  Original edition (not the new Force one)

Bought from Armageddon last year. used twice and not sits as a display.  Includes original box



4. eSata external HDD box.  Holds 4 SATA drives.

I bought this off trademe a few years ago and couldn't get it to work on Server 2012R2 so gave up.  It powers on fine but I have no real way of testing it


5. Dremel Versastip Soldering Iron

This was something I got from FlyBuys and then never used.  Only opened the box to admire the contents and thought of all the cool projects I could do, then put it way.  Brand new condition

 




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  # 1833694 30-Jul-2017 13:14
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What're you thinking for the iron? I wouldn't mind one, but I'm not sure how much I'm willing to splash out on one to improve over the god awful 25w abomination I got from DSE 10 years ago.





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  # 1833702 30-Jul-2017 13:20
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toejam316:

 

What're you thinking for the iron? I wouldn't mind one, but I'm not sure how much I'm willing to splash out on one to improve over the god awful 25w abomination I got from DSE 10 years ago.

 



Just had a look on trademe, they are around $80, so $60.  Sorry I should have said, I am in Auckland and pick up is fine.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1833709 30-Jul-2017 13:39
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I'll have a ponder and get back to you, no hard feelings if anyone else beats me to the punch. It's one of those things I don't often need, but when I want one I get pissed off that I forgot to get a half decent one.





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  # 1833915 30-Jul-2017 20:28
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Got my interest with this - got any more details and what you'd want for it ?

 

4. eSata external HDD box.  Holds 4 SATA drives.

 

 





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  # 1836090 2-Aug-2017 21:27
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Im keen on the Iron if you are willing to ship to Hamilton?

 

 

 

If toejam316 didnt grab it already.






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  # 1836110 2-Aug-2017 21:56
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Please post prices as per FUG for FS listings?

How much for the sphero?

 
 
 
 




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  # 1836126 2-Aug-2017 22:09
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xpd:

 

Got my interest with this - got any more details and what you'd want for it ?

 

4. eSata external HDD box.  Holds 4 SATA drives.

 

 



Sorry for the late reply - its a CFI, the model number of the board inside says CFI-B43PM.  Here's some photos:

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As for price I am open to offers.  I cannot find anything to compare it to locally.




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  # 1836128 2-Aug-2017 22:10
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freitasm:

 

No prices make everything difficult. Please post prices when offering something.

 



Sorry freitasm my bad, although for at least one item I am unsure of the value so open to offers.  I will update the original post.




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  # 1836130 2-Aug-2017 22:12
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bonkas:

 

Im keen on the Iron if you are willing to ship to Hamilton?

 

 

 

If toejam316 didnt grab it already.

 



This is still available - $60 + postage.




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  # 1836131 2-Aug-2017 22:18
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Ok, no prices, my bad.

Xbox - $130

Sphereo BB8 - $120

Soldering Iron - $60

Move controllers - all 4 plus guns plus charger - $150

eSata case - please make offers as I have no idea of price.

Pickup is in Ellerslie, Auckland or I can ship.


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  # 1836154 2-Aug-2017 23:40
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timbosan:

 

xpd: Got my interest with this - got any more details and what you'd want for it ?

 

4. eSata external HDD box.  Holds 4 SATA drives. 



Sorry for the late reply - its a CFI, the model number of the board inside says CFI-B43PM.  Here's some photos:

 

Slight correction. The CFI-B43PM seems to be only the eSATA port multiplier board. The complete unit actually is four disk TowerRaid external directly attached storage enclosure from Sans Digital. NewEgg link with more pictures.

 

Sans Digital TowerRaid enclosure

 

You don't mention the required eSATA add-on card. Did you get one when you purchased the unit? Or do you have an eSATA port on your mobo?

 

 

 

Edited: Added NewEgg link.





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  # 1836347 3-Aug-2017 10:35
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the Xbox360 , you'll need to massively lower your price

They are near worthless now.
I just sold my one, same model/spec, + all my games + logitech headset + MS Force Feedback steering wheel & footpedals for $83
$83 is all I could get on trademe for it

 

Just saying :-)

 

 




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  # 1836437 3-Aug-2017 11:42
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IcI:

 

timbosan:

 

xpd: Got my interest with this - got any more details and what you'd want for it ?

 

4. eSata external HDD box.  Holds 4 SATA drives. 



Sorry for the late reply - its a CFI, the model number of the board inside says CFI-B43PM.  Here's some photos:

 

Slight correction. The CFI-B43PM seems to be only the eSATA port multiplier board. The complete unit actually is four disk TowerRaid external directly attached storage enclosure from Sans Digital. NewEgg link with more pictures.

 

Sans Digital TowerRaid enclosure

 

You don't mention the required eSATA add-on card. Did you get one when you purchased the unit? Or do you have an eSATA port on your mobo?

 

Edited: Added NewEgg link.

 



Thanks @IcI - I didn't realise it was different.  Yes, I have 2 PCI eSATA cards and the eSATA cable. I was trying to get this working with Server 2012R2 but couldn't.  I didn't try too hard and I know the Server part could probably be the issue.  I eventually bought a larger PC case and plugged in drives in internally so never revisited the problem.

I will include at least 1 of the cards (I have one on my desk, just need to dig out the second, if I do the buyer can have both)




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  # 1836439 3-Aug-2017 11:43
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1101:

 

the Xbox360 , you'll need to massively lower your price

They are near worthless now.
I just sold my one, same model/spec, + all my games + logitech headset + MS Force Feedback steering wheel & footpedals for $83
$83 is all I could get on trademe for it

 

Just saying :-)

 



Thanks for the info - I will update the price, but $83 is REALLY low with all that hardware!


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