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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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  # 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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