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Ultimate Geek

#233729 30-Apr-2018 12:27
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Hey team - bought a bunch of Google Home gear from B&H photo on Black Friday last year... but have replaced it with the Sony Google speakers.


I have 


  • 1x Google Home $120 (includes box, power adapter & a bunch of cards it came with)
  • 1x Google Home Mini Charcoal $30 (No box or adapter just the speaker and I can include a Micro-USB cable if needed)
  • 1x Google Home Mini Chalk $50 (Sealed box)
  • Images -

Please note that as they are US purchased the power pins are US - the adapters are 110-240 but the pins wont be correct for NZ. Personally I use the Xiaomi power boards that take any type of plug but just a warning.


I'm in Hamilton for pickup. Shipping for the Mini's is about $5 tracked - the full size google home would be around $15 though I think as it'd need a A3 bag or a box.

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  #2005426 30-Apr-2018 20:16
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Hi there I would like to purchase the mini charcoal

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Ultimate Geek

  #2005433 30-Apr-2018 20:37
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Mini's currently pending sold.


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  #2008736 6-May-2018 14:11
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Are both of the minis sold?

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Ultimate Geek

  #2009113 7-May-2018 11:57
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Just pending payment at the moment...

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Ultimate Geek


  #2009317 7-May-2018 15:53
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Is the main Google Home unit still available? 





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  #2009542 7-May-2018 19:54
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Keen on a Mini if the money doesn't show up :)

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Ultimate Geek

  #2009594 7-May-2018 20:53
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Mini's gone now - but the Home is still available :)


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Ultimate Geek

  #2010355 8-May-2018 21:59
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All sold - thank you Geeks!

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