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# 258542 8-Oct-2019 20:43
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As above. It's circa 19 months old and still has very good battery life. There is one circa 0.5mm scratch on the right side close to where you slide the bottom band in (you can't see it during day-to-day wear) and a couple of pin-sized paint "chips" on the bottom left side where the paint has come off - again, you can't see it during day-to-day wear. The screen is in perfect condition.


I didn't like the black Nike band so have never worn the watching using it. Your band is basically new.


Pick up in Newmarket, Auckland (or surrounding suburbs/CBD) or Albany/surrounding suburbs. I sell my toys on here usually at below-market prices and you can trust that my description is accurate.


You get the watch, the band, and the charging cable. $150.


PM if interested :) It's a good way to get into the Watch platform, especially if you aren't interested in paying full price. I've upgraded to a series 5.

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  # 2333185 9-Oct-2019 09:00
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Thanks to everyone who's indicated an interest. It's been tentatively sold unless somehow the buyer backs out (sounding very unlikely) - if any Aucklanders want to make a backup offer, by all means PM me. But don't see a point for those outside of Auckland to do so as there are already three backups and in the event that everything falls over, I will approach those buyers in the order of PM received, provided that I can find a courier company that will take 2nd hand devices containing batteries with contents fully declared.



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