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Topic # 230318 18-Feb-2018 18:08
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So this device is a replacement from apple, which is only about 3 months old, and was only used for a couple weeks as I was impatient and purchased a replacement....

 

There is a medium sized scratch on the screen and a mark on one of the corners. But other than these, the phone is as new.
I also have the original charger, cable and box. Will not give the earpods as they've taken a beating and who'd want those...

 

Gallery:
https://joeloconnor.nz/iphone

 

Looking for $800 or near offer

 

Will ship to anywhere in NZ


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  Reply # 1960026 18-Feb-2018 18:22
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“As new” with scratch? It’s not “as new”if there is damage.



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  Reply # 1960029 18-Feb-2018 18:54
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tripp: “As new” with scratch? It’s not “as new”if there is damage.




Yeah, that’s why I said “apart”. The phone is as new except for the 2 places of damage. 👌

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1965839 28-Feb-2018 13:23
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Is there anyone interested in this? :) Still looking for a buyer


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