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Master Geek
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Topic # 236428 1-Jun-2018 16:24
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Hi guys,

 

I have 2 x sets of D-Link DHP-701AV PowerLine AV2 sets to sell.
They're both brand new and still packaged, I bought them thinking it'll fit my needs, but I've decided on to go with wireless and install ethernet myself later along the line.

 

Bought from JB Hi-Fi: https:/www.jbhifi.co.nz/computers-tablets/networking/dlink/d-link-powerline-av2-2000-gigabit-starter-kit/304843/

 

Prices right now as an indicator: https://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=3352596

 

I'm happy to sell each for $110 or both for $200. Pickup is in Wellington or ship at your expense.


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 2027049 1-Jun-2018 16:53
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How much did you buy them for




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  Reply # 2027115 1-Jun-2018 18:02
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dacraka:

How much did you buy them for


Hi, more than what I'm offering GZers for (selling them at loss). Please PM for interest as per the rules.

"If you are interested in negotiating or offering to buy an item, please post a reply to such effect and conduct the transaction via PM.

If you are not buying do not discuss prices. You are allowed to discuss if a listing has factual errors (such as configuration, or which network a mobile device would work or not) but price is something arranged between two parties, not crowdsourced."



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  Reply # 2029859 5-Jun-2018 14:54
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Update: One kit pending sold, one kit left.


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