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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 228955 31-Jan-2018 16:04
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I am moving overseas and need to clear out some old stuff I have lying around.

Make me an offer, based in Christchurch, shipping at buyers expense.

MagicTV 3600 MyFreeviewHD Dual Tuner recorder, as new, not used in many years - no remote, has PSU and Portable UHF antenna
$75 ONO

Logitech 5:1 surround system.
Works well in stereo, haven’t used surrounds in a few years. It has an issue with the Bass control/volume remote when moved. 5 speakers plus sub, C speaker has broken stand, good for the garage or shed, 3.5mm inputs.
$40 ONO.

MySkyHd Remote, left behind at end of rental - $10 ONO

Kaiser Baas Theta Drone with camera, as new in box condition, full set of spare rotors, only used a couple of times indoors.
$120 ONO

Fritzbox 7340 - $25 ONO

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1949481 31-Jan-2018 16:19
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Also a Linksys PAP2T with PSU - $45 ONO and

A simple Panasonic cordless phone $15 - needs new AAA rechargeable batteries.

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  Reply # 1950895 2-Feb-2018 20:30
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All offers welcome.


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  Reply # 1970914 7-Mar-2018 21:53
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All still available, Price drops as follows:


Magic TV $40 + Shipping


Speakers $25 Pickup only


My Sky Remote - Pickup for free, or pay shipping


PAP2T +Phone - $40 Shipped as set


Drone $85 Shipped


Fritzbox $20 Shipped





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