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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 223853 20-Oct-2017 12:41
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I have an Apple Time Capsule, 2TB version available. This has just been replaced by oobe with a brand new item - so comes as new complete with plastic wrap on device. Includes box and power cable.

 

Previous version was great and had it working on ADSL (can include the Draytek Vigor 120 I used to do PPoA > PPoE) and on Bigpipe 100/20 UFB. Not a lot of options to customise, but solid AC wifi and easy time machine backups for multiple Macs.

 

Selling as have moved to bigger house and gone to multiple Ubiquiti APs.

 

 

 

Warranty invoice says $791.20+GST for device, still sold new for $499. Any interest at $400 delivered?


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  Reply # 1893383 1-Nov-2017 00:01
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Any interest at $300?


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  Reply # 1893413 1-Nov-2017 07:35
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I’ll take it for $300 if no one else has contacted you, will also send a pm



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  Reply # 1894650 3-Nov-2017 11:24
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Sold!


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