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Topic # 228784 22-Jan-2018 16:50
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I don't normally sell my kit and usually give it away to family or Groups. However I am considering selling the following and would like an idea of what price I could achieve.

 

iPhone 7 Plus 128GB model, silver. One year old purchased from Spark. In excellent condition no scratches or dents.

 

Apple Watch Sport Series 2, one year old 42mm black aluminum model, in good condition but with some signs of wear, eg minute scratch on very top left corner of the screen.

 

Two cases for the iPhone, Apple leather blue and a Tech 21 clear case.

 

 

 

Would there be any interest? and what offers?





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  Reply # 1945108 23-Jan-2018 06:24
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I sold my iPhone7+ 128GB for around $800 when the iPhoneX came out. Mine was jet black and unmarked (perfect)

 

Apple watch I am honestly not sure on, people of Trade Me seem to over price them quite a bit!


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  Reply # 1945140 23-Jan-2018 08:20
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Yea I got $1,000 for my 7 Plus 256gb iPhone that was in excellent condition and a year old.
Probably could have got more but I just wanted it sold.




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  Reply # 1945173 23-Jan-2018 09:24
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I’d definitely be interested in the Apple Watch for the right price - as said it’s hard to say what’s fair for them as trademe seems to be a poor measure. eBay from a quick look seems to be the $250-$350 mark depending on condition... your location?

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  Reply # 1951453 4-Feb-2018 16:00
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Hey MikeB4 - did you end up selling the iPhone, or are you still keen to shift it? Cheers




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  Reply # 1955873 12-Feb-2018 16:21
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OK , it's not maybe it's for sale. I would like to sell the lot in one hit $900 offers of course will always be considered 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1961215 20-Feb-2018 20:04
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Sold




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 Mac user, Windows curser, Chrome OS desired.

 

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