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Dial111

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#293195 5-Jan-2022 12:40
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Gauging any interest, claimed on insurance on my Note 20 Ultra and it's being replaced with a Phantom Silver S21 Ultra 256gb/12gb RAM.

I have since replaced the phone myself and only want to recover my costs for replacement.

This will be in brand new sealed condition.

I seen a secondhand S21 Ultra go the other day here for $1500 so I will let this go for $1600 brand new.

Flick me a message or reply if interested.

Located in Auckland. Can ship for extra.

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  #2843971 5-Jan-2022 20:08
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  #2843983 5-Jan-2022 21:09
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Worth noting they've been $1597ish new for the past couple of weeks everywhere on special.

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  #2843986 5-Jan-2022 21:32
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Cheapest I can find is $1797 from Harvey Norman who are the only ones with some stock, everywhere else is either out of stock or back to rrp. Parallel and drop shipping stores come in over HN



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  #2843993 5-Jan-2022 21:46
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The Snapdragon variant goes for 1638 from Supero. Also the S22 series is around the corner. At 1600 you'll be pressed to find anyone willing.





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  #2844033 5-Jan-2022 23:05
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This would essentially not have any warranty on it correct? 


Dial111

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  #2844047 6-Jan-2022 01:31
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lNomNoml:

This would essentially not have any warranty on it correct? 



IANAL or an expert on the legality but it doesn't make sense a warranty for a brand new item no longer exists because it was replaced under my contents insurance.

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  #2844051 6-Jan-2022 02:12
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Also pending sold..



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  #2850305 13-Jan-2022 21:12
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SOLD via Geekzone, Thanks


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