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iPod nano 16GB in stock at Tesco Direct £136.97

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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
New iPod nano 16GB in stock at Tesco Direct, includes double clubcard points and free collect from store.
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#1
Good Find, Nice Deal
#2
Why did my comment get deleted? I found the same product cheaper elsewhere, is that not allowed?
#3
16gb nano? Nice find.

Not sure if I should get this or the £80 8gb one. I'd love this space but it does cost a lot more.
#4
How do you get free delivery?
banned#5
HacKage
Why did my comment get deleted? I found the same product cheaper elsewhere, is that not allowed?



Where?
#6
where can i get the 8gb one for £80 please??
#7
mmalcster
where can i get the 8gb one for £80 please??


http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/246763/apple-8gb-nano-4th-gen-newest-109-7/
#9
millw00d;3087464
How do you get free delivery?


Looks like free delivery is no longer available, but collect from store is still free.
#10



Wow!!

I found this one
http://www.ikit.net/apple-ipod-nano-16gb-black-uk-free-shipping-p-3218.html

but the comment got deleted straight away, for whatever reason, I don't know, but don't matter now
#11
HacKage;3088132
Wow!!

I found this one
http://www.ikit.net/apple-ipod-nano-16gb-black-uk-free-shipping-p-3218.html

but the comment got deleted straight away, for whatever reason, I don't know, but don't matter now


I think this company ships from Hong Kong.
#12
why bother? when you can get first generation ipod touch 16gb for 159 pounds from refurbished apple store?
#13
does it matter if it ships from hongkong? I don't mean that cheekily, just wondering if the company has to be in the UK or not, its just that the link i listed showed free UK postage, and as far as I can see, you can pay through paypal which means your secured.But if theres been bad reports from that company or its UK only companies, then I understand and apologise.
#14
chenzz
why bother? when you can get first generation ipod touch 16gb for 159 pounds from refurbished apple store?


I'd rather have a brand new product at a cheaper price than one that has the same storage, is second hand, and is dearer.The term refurbished is a very very loose term, having worked in a mobile phone repair centre for a few years, repairing and "refurbishing" phones, it is just a word to describe an authorised second hand item, that can be purchased from ebay or Gumtree for the same price, if not less, but you aren't buying it from the manufacturer.As for warranty, it may have a limited warranty, maybe only 3 months or so, which is hardly worth it
#15
If it ships from Hong Kong, you may have to pay VAT and import duties which would offset any saving.
Also the warranty may not be honoured if the product is imported into another country.
This is stated in the T&Cs on their website, which also states that the company is owned, registered and operated in Hong Kong.
#16
wish theyd bring back the 20gb models
but this is a great price might ask for it for my christmas pressie BUT the classic is only £30 extra for 120gb so any deals for that?

EDIT

http://direct.tesco.com/q/buylist/id.4159.aspx

IPOD 120GB IN BLACK OR SILVER
£166.97 WITH CODE
#17
[SIZE="4"]any truth in the rumour that these are going to be able to play WMA files after an update?[/SIZE]
#18
darklight
[SIZE="4"]any truth in the rumour that these are going to be able to play WMA files after an update?[/SIZE]


ok first why like size 12 test and the bold
and who cares about wma just convert it to mp3 and then it works
#19
HacKage
I'd rather have a brand new product at a cheaper price than one that has the same storage, is second hand, and is dearer.The term refurbished is a very very loose term, having worked in a mobile phone repair centre for a few years, repairing and "refurbishing" phones, it is just a word to describe an authorised second hand item, that can be purchased from ebay or Gumtree for the same price, if not less, but you aren't buying it from the manufacturer.As for warranty, it may have a limited warranty, maybe only 3 months or so, which is hardly worth it


Apple's 'refurbished' stuff really is top quality. The iPod I bought from them a three years ago was absolutely pristine - not even a thumb print on it. Still working perfectly today (though it has been encased in a silicon case all that time!)
#20
HacKage
I'd rather have a brand new product at a cheaper price than one that has the same storage, is second hand, and is dearer.The term refurbished is a very very loose term, having worked in a mobile phone repair centre for a few years, repairing and "refurbishing" phones, it is just a word to describe an authorised second hand item, that can be purchased from ebay or Gumtree for the same price, if not less, but you aren't buying it from the manufacturer.As for warranty, it may have a limited warranty, maybe only 3 months or so, which is hardly worth it


3 months? Apple refurbs are 12 months warranty. I personally would go for a much better spec with the touch, especially with the same warranty.
#21
darklight;3088605
[SIZE=4]any truth in the rumour that these are going to be able to play WMA files after an update?[/SIZE]


No idea. Would much prefer the ogg format so I could transfer more of my iRiver content to my iPod. Most of my own discs and those borrowed from friends I foolishly ripped in this format back in the day.
#22
HacKage
I'd rather have a brand new product at a cheaper price than one that has the same storage, is second hand, and is dearer.The term refurbished is a very very loose term, having worked in a mobile phone repair centre for a few years, repairing and "refurbishing" phones, it is just a word to describe an authorised second hand item, that can be purchased from ebay or Gumtree for the same price, if not less, but you aren't buying it from the manufacturer.As for warranty, it may have a limited warranty, maybe only 3 months or so, which is hardly worth it


Apple's refurbished iPods and Computers are pretty much indistinguishable from new, apart from the packaging and always come with a full warranty. If you buy a refurbished notebook/computer, sometimes you find it comes with extra memory or a larger hard drive than the standard spec.

darklight
[SIZE="4"]any truth in the rumour that these are going to be able to play WMA files after an update?[/SIZE]


Forget it. WMA isn't happening. People want non-DRM mp3s. The only reason WMA existed was to encrypt for online sales and now that Amazon and iTunes offer unencrypted mp3s and (some) aacs respectively means that there is little demand for retail wmas.
#23
Just to add to the chorus of replies... refurb stuff from Apple is like buying new.

Also theres zero chance of WMA coming to iPod.
#24
MBeeching
No idea. Would much prefer the ogg format so I could transfer more of my iRiver content to my iPod. Most of my own discs and those borrowed from friends I foolishly ripped in this format back in the day.


That would involve getting an older one, and putting rockbox on it or those other linux based ones. I wish they would work on being able to ... erm ... 'update' the newer ones.:whistling:

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