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Master Geek

#232008 25-Mar-2018 17:29
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I have a pair of the Sennheiser x Massdrop HD-6XX headphones that I am looking to sell.


I purchased them as an impulse buy last year and they have been sitting in the shipping box unopened ever since I received them in November.


I was going to list them on trademe, but I thought I would list them on here first to give people that possibly would know about them and appreciate them a chance to buy them.


I am looking for $380 which includes free courier delivery anywhere in the country.


Feel free to ask any questions.



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Ultimate Geek

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  #1982995 25-Mar-2018 19:06
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Just as an FYI, this guy had a bit of trouble moving them for $300 + shipping, so I think you'll have just the same trouble. As I posted in his thread, a brand new pair from Massdrop when they come back up (and I'll eat my hat if they never come back, as they've been back a few times now) are about $300 shipped.


As I mentioned in that other thread, if the price comes down enough, I'll bite, so if you have trouble moving them for your asked price and want to come down some, I'm more than willing to take them off your hands.

Anything I say is the ramblings of an ill informed, opinionated so-and-so, and not representative of any of my past, present or future employers, and is also probably best disregarded.

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Master Geek

  #1983639 26-Mar-2018 16:57
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I really want to sell them and you seem like you really want a pair, so I will sell them for $310 including courier delivery if you're keen.


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Master Geek

  #1985822 30-Mar-2018 08:40
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Still for sale if anyone wants a good deal.


$310 including shipping.

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