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FS: SkyBox £13.00

rosco1984 Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months agoFeedback:33 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Have a perfect condition Sky Digital receiver that I am selling. Reason for sale is that I have moved and have decided to get Virgin in instead! Nothing wrong with the box at all, condition is perfect as you can see. If anyone is interested I will use Collect plus for delivery so price for the box will be £17 + £4.49 delivery (up to 10kg) as its probably the cheapest way to send something of this size!

Comes complete with power lead and scart cable and remote control.

Also includes viewing card
- rosco1984

Apologies, apparently not allowed viewing card so has been removed and price changed.
- rosco1984
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months agoFeedback:33 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
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#2
Bump 1
#3
Might sound bit daft...but what would be the point of buying this? Multiroom??

I have Sky with all channels and a HD box. If i got this and plugged into my bedroom TV, could i effectively get the same channels that i get from my normal box (obviously not in HD though)?
#4
davidn84
Might sound bit daft...but what would be the point of buying this? Multiroom??

I have Sky with all channels and a HD box. If i got this and plugged into my bedroom TV, could i effectively get the same channels that i get from my normal box (obviously not in HD though)?


you can put your working card in the box and access all channels you subscribe to (except movies and sports as they are set to work with your paired card and box) otherwise you get access to the basic (freesat) channels with the purchase of a card from them
#5
Kerz67
you can put your working card in the box and access all channels you subscribe to (except movies and sports as they are set to work with your paired card and box) otherwise you get access to the basic (freesat) channels with the purchase of a card from them


Ah rite...ok.

Sorry OP. Wont be making an offer.
#6
davidn84
Ah rite...ok.

Sorry OP. Wont be making an offer.


No problem but this can really be used to watch the 200 odd free to view channels with the same quality as you would expect from your normal sky box. I should have said but this includes a viewing card as well. Gret if you dont want to fork out for the multiroom. :thumbsup:
#7
OP you arent actually allowed to sell the card as it is the property of sky, dont know why but apparently its not allowed on here or ebay, just before the mods lock the thread :thumbsup:
#8
Is it one of the newer white cards or the older blue one?

sammy
#9
Its the new white one but I have removed from the thread as apparently its not allowed. Sky box is now with cables, card and I've lowered the price to £13 to reflect this.
#10
Last bump before its going on fleabay
#11
I'm interested but unfortunately I've just moved house myself and cannot yet produce the proof-of-identity required by Collect Plus. Is there any other delivery option available? Are you in North West Somerset because I may be able to collect (I'd pay cash which will save on fees).
#12
nick1austin
I'm interested but unfortunately I've just moved house myself and cannot yet produce the proof-of-identity required by Collect Plus. Is there any other delivery option available? Are you in North West Somerset because I may be able to collect (I'd pay cash which will save on fees).


Unfortunately not, I'm up in Glasgow! I have looked at Royal Mail and it looks as if it will be about £10 to send it first class recorded? I'd be happy to send some other way if you were to nominate something?
#13
Not used them before, but http://www.myhermes.co.uk/ have a 3-5 working day option that might be accaptable. I'll see if I can PM you my post code so that you can get a quote.
#14
nick1austin
Not used them before, but http://www.myhermes.co.uk/ have a 3-5 working day option that might be accaptable. I'll see if I can PM you my post code so that you can get a quote.


Looks as though delivery will be £5.86 if you're ok to add that on top! :thumbsup:
#15
Deal accepted.
#16
nick1austin
Deal accepted.


Cool, taken to PM
[mod]#17
Thread Closed at OP Request. Thanks for the report.

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