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Topic # 223028 9-Sep-2017 10:04
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Hi all,

My MagSafe adapater for my Macbook Pro has frayed at the ends near the laptop, so I am after a new one.  Ideally for pick up this weekend, in Auckland.

Whilst there are MANY on Trademe, I would prefer an original but if someone has a OEM one I can pick up, I will go with that.


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  Reply # 1861192 9-Sep-2017 10:12
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I have a couple spare. MagSafe 1? How much are you looking to spend?




 


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  Reply # 1861194 9-Sep-2017 10:13
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I'll take BTC for it if you still have any ;)




 


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1861205 9-Sep-2017 10:18
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Peppery: I'll take BTC for it if you still have any ;)


That sounds like an excellent idea, however my wallet is out of date and it needs to update :-(

Let me check my balance, if not we can always do normal boring cash!  And to answer your other question, it depends on if they are original or not.  Original around $40-50, otherwise $20-30 depending on age, condition, etc.


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  Reply # 1861215 9-Sep-2017 10:39
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Just checked, it's a MagSafe 1 85W with the older white connector. Clearly used with scratches on the body itself, but the cable is in good nick. Definitely original, not worth trusting my gear to fake things!

 

I'm in Parnell, and would be happy with $45.





 


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  Reply # 1861220 9-Sep-2017 10:57
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Also have one of the newer L style ones, but the body is in worse condition. Cable fine. Can do either :)





 


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