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Topic # 242936 20-Nov-2018 18:17
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Apple iPhone XS 64GB Silver - $1600

 

Purchased from PBTech on 22nd September. In immaculate condition. The glass screen protector has a small chip in it as per pictures but can be easily replaced. Comes with original box with all accessories and manuals completely unused. Comes with a whole bunch of cases: Ringke Dual-X, Ringke Fusion, Momax clear, 4 x unofficial silicone cases from AliExpress. Will include original receipt for warranty purposes.

 

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Huawei P20 Pro 128GB Midnight Blue - $800

 

Purchased from PBTech during the Black Friday sale for a friend but she was able to pick up the same phone during Cyber Monday sale so no need for this one. I understand the frustration of some people (including users here) that missed out on the sale and had to deal with website crashes during the online sale and I absolutely hate scalpers on TradeMe who are currently selling one of these for profit, so I'm willing to let it go for the amount I paid for it. Completely brand new in the box. Will include the original receipt for warranty purposes.

 

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Nokia 6.1 - $350

 

Purchased from Noel Leeming on 19th July. In fantastic condition. Includes original box with all accessories and manuals (earphones are unopened). Comes with two clear cases. Will include original receipt for warranty purposes.

 

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  Reply # 2131910 22-Nov-2018 14:29
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Huawei P20 Pro has been sold.


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