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Comtrend Powerline Adaptors, HDMI Switch £10.00

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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months agoFeedback:14 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
3 x Comtrend Powerline Ethernet Adaptors (2 x 902/ 1 x10PF) - excellent condition - can be posted with Ethernet cable if required. £35

HDMI Switch v1.3 (10.2Gbps) 3>1 brand new unused. Bought from Ebuyer, just want my money back for these - link - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/230497 - £12.

**** removed *** Orange £10 top-up voucher - sealed - £5.


HDMI Switch SOLD
- moob
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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months agoFeedback:14 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Ethernet Adaptors:
http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y264/the-moob/forsale006.jpg
HDMI Switch
http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y264/the-moob/forsale003.jpg



Edited By: moob on May 05, 2011 19:12: removed orange voucher
banned#2
Can I bid a cheeky £8 for the HDMI please? Happy with cheapest delivery option.
#3
tupero
Can I bid a cheeky £8 for the HDMI please? Happy with cheapest delivery option.


Sorry mate, I'm actually asking less than eBuyer do for this and it's brand new, unused.
#4
30 quid for the powerline adaptors delivered
#5
Would you sell the odd powerline adaptor for £12 delivered ?
#6
coleraine
30 quid for the powerline adaptors delivered


Meet me halfway and you have a deal - £32.50. Delivery will be via cheapest method.
#7
Just to let you know that isn't a top up voucher,its just info to tell you how to register the sim you got with to get £10 credit,noone else can use it unless you give them the sim with it
#8
no 30 quid paypal gift is my max.sorry
#9
coleraine
no 30 quid paypal gift is my max.sorry


Thanks for the offer anyway.
[mod]#10
moob
Orange £10 top-up voucher - sealed - £5.

grabbit
Just to let you know that isn't a top up voucher,its just info to tell you how to register the sim you got with to get £10 credit,noone else can use it unless you give them the sim with it

moob - could you clarify via the report link ? If this isn't a top up voucher and is actually info that relates to the sim then it cannot be offered for sale without the related sim.


it appears I've thrown out the sim card - will remove the top up voucher from sale when unlocked

Thanks for updating - item removed from listing.


Edited By: sigma on May 05, 2011 18:18: * updated
banned#11
moob
tupero
Can I bid a cheeky £8 for the HDMI please? Happy with cheapest delivery option.


Sorry mate, I'm actually asking less than eBuyer do for this and it's brand new, unused.


Understand what you're saying mate, but a 24p saving means it's really not worth it to me - I may as well pay the extra 24p and have the peace of mind of a full 12 month warranty (plus my rights as a consumer).

Will leave my offer on the table...
#12
tupero
moob
tupero
Can I bid a cheeky £8 for the HDMI please? Happy with cheapest delivery option.


Sorry mate, I'm actually asking less than eBuyer do for this and it's brand new, unused.


Understand what you're saying mate, but a 24p saving means it's really not worth it to me - I may as well pay the extra 24p and have the peace of mind of a full 12 month warranty (plus my rights as a consumer).

Will leave my offer on the table...



Fair enough.

I dunno if the warranty is transferable but the returns service is - should there be a fault, I would be happy to assist you in it's return for repair. The item was delivered in Feb. I think £8 isn't that great a price given I have to post it as well. If you move on the price I'm open to an offer what you've said.
#13
Evening bump.
banned#14
I can go to £9, and quite happy for 2nd class postage.
#15
tupero
I can go to £9, and quite happy for 2nd class postage.


Ok mate, you have a deal providing you pay before posting - will get it sent tomorrow. Will send pp email now.
banned#16
Sure, happy to pay in advance.

Can I pay by BT rather than PP please? (will be a faster payment, so should be nearly instant)

Cheers!
#17
Details sent
#18
Payment received thanks - posting later this morning.
banned#19
Thanks mate, will let you know + leave feedback when it arrives.

Cheers,
#20
are all the comtrend synced to work with each other currently?
#21
cifa
are all the comtrend synced to work with each other currently?


Two of them are - the one without the plug isn't however - as I'd changed my mind on using these further by the time I received it. There are guides online on how to sync them all together.
#22
tupero
Thanks mate, will let you know + leave feedback when it arrives.

Cheers,


I should say, I will post it once you give me your address mate! X)
#23
thinking about it - its for the father in law!

moob
cifa
are all the comtrend synced to work with each other currently?


Two of them are - the one without the plug isn't however - as I'd changed my mind on using these further by the time I received it. There are guides online on how to sync them all together.
banned#24
moob
tupero
Thanks mate, will let you know + leave feedback when it arrives.

Cheers,


I should say, I will post it once you give me your address mate! X)

Hehe, have sent it over. :D

Sorry, thought I'd sent it last night.
#25
cifa
thinking about it - its for the father in law!

moob
cifa
are all the comtrend synced to work with each other currently?


Two of them are - the one without the plug isn't however - as I'd changed my mind on using these further by the time I received it. There are guides online on how to sync them all together.


If you look elsewhere, fleabay, AV Forums etc, you'll find this is a very good price - don't know why the other poster decided not to take it on the grounds of £2.50.
#26
Would you sell one of the powerline adaptors seperately?

How much would you sell the non passthrough for seperate and how much for one of the passthrough ones seperately.

Cheers
#27
spritey
Would you sell one of the powerline adaptors seperately?

How much would you sell the non passthrough for seperate and how much for one of the passthrough ones seperately.

Cheers


Sorry mate, just wanna get rid of all 3 in one go - saves on postage. Will keep you in mind, but to be honest, I won't keep this up here for much longer and will go to AV Forums as they sell there no problem.
#28
moob
Sorry mate, just wanna get rid of all 3 in one go - saves on postage. Will keep you in mind, but to be honest, I won't keep this up here for much longer and will go to AV Forums as they sell there no problem.

To be honest mate, i think you're being a little optimistic in terms of price. It's the black 9020s which go for between £30-£35 a pair on avforums, where the white ones struggle to see offers above £10 per powerline (passthrough) currently.

The £30 offer you received is a very good one. I'd take it and run.

Unfortunately i already have 2 of passthroughs of these (which i got for £20 incidently), i just need another non passthrough one for the spare room.

So i'll offer £8 inc for the non passthrough one if you change your mind.

Edited By: spritey on May 06, 2011 14:00
#29
The black ones are selling for £45 a pair on AVF.

You're essentially asking me to sell you one for about £5.50 after I deduct postage.

Sorry, but no.
#30
Final bump for the weekend.

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