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Mr Snotty
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# 257094 14-Sep-2019 18:04
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Just been going through my drawers and found the following if anyone wants them:

 

1) Fingbox v1 (https://www.fing.com/products/fingbox) - same features as the v2 but doesn't quite have the horsepower to Speedtest Gigabit connections. $60.00 (PB has them listed for $170)
2) Cisco SPA112 - I've used this with Voyager Voice - $20.00
3) Grandstream HT801 VoIP Phone Adapter (https://gowifi.co.nz/voiptelephony/ht801.html) used with Voyager Voice successfully, USB powered - $20.00
4) Philips Hue Hub (latest generation) - brand new, unused, no packaging. $50.00 - Sold!
5) Apple Airport Express A1392 (https://support.apple.com/kb/sp651?locale=en_NZ) - Powers up, was working when pulled from site. $30.00 - Sold!
6) Soundmatters FoxL Bluetooth Speaker (supports APTX) - works well, I think I paid in excess of $400 originally. Has some impressive sound. $30.00 - Sold!
7) Mobiware Sakari (Vodafone "smart candybar" handset) - this thing actually runs Android and has WiFi. Works, and unlocked. Free (pay shipping or pickup). - Sold!

 

Shipping is a blanket $5. Add an extra $2 if you want Courier. Based in Wellington / Paraparaumu.





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  # 2317933 14-Sep-2019 20:10
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I'll take the FoxL Speaker - PM sent.


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  # 2317935 14-Sep-2019 20:19
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I'll take the Mobiware Sakari - perfect for the emergency kit.. PM sent


 
 
 
 




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  # 2317952 14-Sep-2019 22:08
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Pending for FoxL (clearly asked for too little here as got bombarded with messages).

 

Pending for Sakari and Apple Airport Express.

 

I've PM'd the first people who messaged me. If no answer by tomorrow I'll move on to the next group.





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