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# 67996 13-Sep-2010 11:10
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I purchased this iPod on the day it was announced and recieved it almost a year ago to the day. It was replaced under AppleCare in April due to a faulty sleep button meaning the unit you will recieve is only 5 months old. It has been kept in its case for the majority of that time and is in reasonable condition with small scratches on the screen, relatively unnoticable and a few small scratches on the back which are to be expected...

It will not include the original USB cable because it is broken and you can have the headphones with mic if you want but they have been well used. I am willing to send the person who buys this the USB cable and headphones (no mic) from the 4th gen iPod touch I intend to buy.

This also include the remaining one year of AppleCare which will cover you until September next year so you can have piece of mind that your purchase is covered under manufacturers warranty.

I am looking for $450 ONO plus postage. This was purchased from the Apple New Zealand Online Store and cost me $519 for iPod and $99 for AppleCare, $618 total.

PM with offers and I will get back to you as soon as possible, ask questions in the forum below!





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  # 379341 13-Sep-2010 16:35
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BUMP - will take $420.......







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  # 379404 13-Sep-2010 18:56
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BUMP - $400??? Final offer.





 
 
 
 




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  # 384266 25-Sep-2010 11:45
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OK, $380 and free postage in NZ? Apple Care will be transfered to new owner.





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