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  Reply # 1943832 19-Jan-2018 23:34
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Well I and Dial111 both get about $186 tax so you must be something special. In my case the tax is US$130.59 so at say 71c that is $183. 

 

I would suggest you take the Amazon deal.





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  Reply # 1947516 27-Jan-2018 13:16
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Bump. Last offer before I crack it open and use it myself  $820 plus shipping (if required),  

 

 

 

Slightly reluctant to keep it only because I have a Moto Z and all the Moto Mods (including a projector) and so I am invested in that ecosystem even though the Essential is probably a much better phone (with all the software updates that have happened)





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  Reply # 1947537 27-Jan-2018 14:08
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Dude, someone offered $800! Is the $20 worth that much to you?

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  Reply # 1947539 27-Jan-2018 14:10
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You can get them off Trademe now for $829 with a full 1 year warranty via Dick Smith so I’d take the $800 offer if it still stands.

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  Reply # 1947540 27-Jan-2018 14:15
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Cost like $795nz from Amazon, including fast shipping and all taxes, exchange rate is good at the moment.
$760 slow shipping.




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  Reply # 1947546 27-Jan-2018 14:52
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marmel: You can get them off Trademe now for $829 with a full 1 year warranty via Dick Smith so I’d take the $800 offer if it still stands.


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  Reply # 1947557 27-Jan-2018 15:01
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lchiu7:
marmel: You can get them off Trademe now for $829 with a full 1 year warranty via Dick Smith so I’d take the $800 offer if it still stands.


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That wasn’t an offer. I was advising you to take the earlier offer of $800 someone made. I wouldn’t pay $800, hence my initial offer of what it cost, $700.



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  Reply # 1947558 27-Jan-2018 15:06
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Ok I misunderstood




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  Reply # 1947621 27-Jan-2018 19:53
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Yep, locked in NZD $795 delivered from Amazon. It sounded too cheap, so I had to check.

 

Yikes, I'm half tempted. Did they sort out the camera with software updates?


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