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Ipod Nano & Nike+ running equipment £65.00

senwar Avatar
7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months agoFeedback:9 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Selling a gen 3 silver Ipod Nano (4gb). OK condition - usual swirl marks on back and a small chip on front. Original brand new Ipod headphones.

Includes a Nike+ Neoprene armbad, Nike+ adapter and brand new Nike+ shoe sensor.

Price includes P&P.

Will split but would prefer to sell as a whole.
Shipping/Payment:
Paypal gift, cheque (must clear first), bank transfer
senwar Avatar
7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months agoFeedback:9 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
http://img106.imageshack.us/img106/4889/img0299i.jpg
#2
Whereabouts are you - for pick up (if you will offer this)?
#3
Willing to sell the Nike+ gear without the ipod?
#4
If you were to split, how much would you be looking for for the nike kit?

Also, how often has the nike+ sensor been used? Can the batteries be replaced?
#5
Sorry for the delayed replies.

UKScorpion - I'm in Sheffield, and pick up would be fine.

Gustav/CIV - Yes I would sell the Nike+ gear as someone has asked about the ipod. I'd let the armband, adapter and sensor go for £25 including P&P. The armband is usually £19.99 and the adapter/sensor is usually £19+

CIV - the sensor is brand new - I bought it in Boston (US) on 27th September as I thought mine was faulty. It wasn't, I just didn't realise I couldn't have wifi on my iphone while trying to use the sensor (my old one). So its only been used once to test, just walking around in an apartment. Receipt will be provided. You can't replace batteries but I've had mine over a year and thats on continuously. You can actually switch them off when not in use.

Hope these answers help
#6
Can pay now so will make 2 offers :

Will offer £55 for both OR £20 for just all the Nike+ kit?
#7
Hi Senwar - I am running the London marathon for Asthma UK and want to know about the sensor - does this work with the Ipod to record distances run?

If yes, I will make an offer of £60 for the lot.

Would need to be delivered as I live about 200 miles from you!
#8
Need to revise already it seems!

Actually £65 for the lot is a fair price - Will take at asking.
#9
Ideally would like to sell together so its all done in one, and would accept £60 delivered for the whole thing as its only one lot of postage.

UKScorpion - yes the sensor works with the ipod. Basically, a sensor is placed in/on your shoe - you would either need Nike+ trainers which has the sensor pouch, or get a sensor wallet (about a fiver) which means you can tie it around your laces. I've ran with the sensor just tucked in my shoes before and it wasn't uncomfortable, but I also have + trainers. The shoe sensor connects to the white adapter shown in the pic via wireless (think it may be bluetooth), which goes into the socket on the Ipod. Then it runs Nike+ software. It then tracks your pace/distance etc and has set programmes. It is essential to do regular calibration to ensure the distances are close. When I ran my 10k last month, it came up at 10.5k on the Nike+ although I have read similar stories from people using GPS on the same course.

It has been a godsend for me - I was training for the 10k run so used the system for a good few months (not the new sensor). Its a great, intuitive system, and links to the Nike+ website for additional tracking.

Some more info:

http://www.apple.com/ipod/nike/
http://nikerunning.nike.com/nikeos/p/nikeplus/en_US/

Happy to sell to either of you.
#10
Ahhhh, came back in a bit late I see!!!!!

I think because UKScorpion made an offer of £60 and you said you'd accept that amount, he's got first option.....
#11
Also, I actually have another peripheral that works with it if interested? Its a Nike+ watch, same as in the link below:

http://store.nike.com/index.jsp?country=GB&lang_locale=en_GB&l=shop,pdp,ctr-inline/cid-300/pid-219358/pgid-219361&cp=EUNS_SH_FROOGLE_UK

I would let this go for £30 so £90 in total

This allows control of the ipod via a watch so no fiddling with the ipod during a run. Also has a button to press to give you current stats of your run.
#12
civms47
Ahhhh, came back in a bit late I see!!!!!

I think because UKScorpion made an offer of £60 and you said you'd accept that amount, he's got first option.....


Even ahead of me stating I would take at asking before?
#13
Eeek - not sure how to deal with this - whats the normal etiquette?
#14
Well I did actually offer £65 prior to you posting you would accept £60.

Oh well.......I guess it the sellers choice at the end of the day on who he sales it too.
I don't mind either way though - see what UKS wants to do first as it may be fuss over nothing!
#15
Senwar,

Thanks for your response - sounds ideally suited to my requirements!

As far as the sale is concerned, Gustav19 has offered at your asking price and I have offered £5 less at £60.

It is really up to you who you decide to sell to, as you have 2 offers "on the table". I am happy to send you cash (at my own risk) or use paypal gift.

I equally accept that you may choose to accept the higher offer from Gustav19 - which I have absolutely no problem with - after all its a sellers market on this one!

Worth mentioning - I was actually typing my offer when Gustav19 placed his - So I didn't know he had offered £55. He subsequently upped his offer to match mine (if a sale with me fell through) and then subsequently decided to offer asking price. As I said above, I respect the sellers decision on this one - life is far too short to be arguing over an ipod!!
#16
Gustav19
Even ahead of me stating I would take at asking before?


It's up to the seller to accept/reject any offers. Normally he could reject the £60 offer and accept the £65 asking price, but he stated in his post that he would accept £60. Bit of a strange one, granted....
#17
I will withdraw my offer to make this a bit easier on the OP.
#18
Gustav19 - You made the first offer and subsequently offered asking - It should go to you mate! Like I said, life is too short to be arguing over this!!
#19
UKScorpion
Gustav19 - You made the first offer and subsequently offered asking - It should go to you mate! Like I said, life is too short to be arguing over this!!


Don't worry it sounds like you might get more use out of it then my anyway. I was only really after the Nike+ stuff as need a belt and sensor.
#20
:-D

I did say I'd sell at £60 (damn wish I'd have seen the edit before submitting :-D!), so its only fair I stick at that.

Cheers to you both here - never really had anything where two people have been on in quick succession. So in all that is fair, UKScorpion - its yours if you want it and paypal gift is fine. Let me know if so and I'll PM you my details.

Gustav - if UKS decides against it, I'll let you have it for £60 too.

One final shot with the watch - would let go for £25 if sold with all this, so £85 in total - UKScorpion, would you be interested in that too?
#21
£60 is my budget for this, as I am currently tracking both the 4Gb Nano and a separate Nike + on Ebay for £45 and £15 respectively.

I may want the watch but it would have to wait until after 15th November (next payday!).

Thanks to both Gustav19 and Senwar for being more than reasonable on this one.
#22
Sold and paid for.

Thanks for the interest (and apologies to Gustav).

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