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iPod Touch 4th Generation 32GB Brand new & sealed £190.00

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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months agoFeedback:3 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
As title says -

Brand new, sealed with all the wrapping intact.

Unwanted gift as I own an iPhone and simply don't need this.

Ideally looking for someone who is looking to buy one in the shops and would like to make a saving on its RRP.

Cash on collection from Knaphill, Woking only.

@Mods - Pictures will be uploaded in the next few hours.

Thanks for looking.

£200 cash on collection or £205 Delivered (B/T or Cheque)
- girothefiro

£190 cash on collection / £195 Delivered
- girothefiro

PRICE DROP - £180
CHEAPEST PRICE FOR A 32GB ANYWHERE!
- girothefiro
Location:
Woking
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months agoFeedback:3 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Price is based on RRP & someone looking to pay cash on collection rather than £250-260 which is the cost in the shops in my local area.

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Edited By: girothefiro on Jan 20, 2011 17:43: Added Pic
#2
Why anyone would pay £30 more than Amazon or anywhere else for that matter is beyond me. You really need to lower your price. I was looking to sell a 64gb for around that price.
#3
Mate, you're gangster tripping asking for that much.
It's £220 brand-spanking-new, you're about £50 over priced for a second hand one - and do you even have a receipt?
#4
I will offer £160
#5
thegazman
Why anyone would pay £30 more than Amazon or anywhere else for that matter is beyond me. You really need to lower your price. I was looking to sell a 64gb for around that price.


How is it £30 more? What sort of mathematics system are you using?

ourdave
Mate, you're gangster tripping asking for that much.
It's £220 brand-spanking-new, you're about £50 over priced for a second hand one - and do you even have a receipt?


Read my post before you start chatting absolute nonsense..

Edited By: girothefiro on Jan 20, 2011 18:17
1 Like #6
I read your post. You're expecting people to pay a premium over a new product from reputable on-line shops with 12 month guarantees for the pleasure of paying you cash.

The only way you'll get your asking price is if someone had no idea how much they cost drifted in here, or if someone round the corner from you was overcome by a crushing need to get an iPod instantly.

You're a bit mad.

And you've still not said if you've got a receipt or not. If you've not, it's not worth £150.
#7
ourdave
I read your post. You're expecting people to pay a premium over a new product from reputable on-line shops with 12 month guarantees for the pleasure of paying you cash.

The only way you'll get your asking price is if someone had no idea how much they cost drifted in here, or if someone round the corner from you was overcome by a crushing need to get an iPod instantly.

You're a bit mad.

And you've still not said if you've got a receipt or not. If you've not, it's not worth £150.


You need to do something productive with life instead of posting your ramblings on here and ruining my thread. I'm quite sure people have brains of their own and can come to a conclusion of whether this is a good deal for them.

I don't need your advice on this item or who may or may not buy it so you needn't bother replying..

And you obviously don't understand what a 'premium' is or simply can't read the price.





Edited By: girothefiro on Jan 20, 2011 19:44: grammar
#8
You dont need a receipt for apple products it will register fine without a reciept.
2 Likes #9
You were advertising it for more than it cost in the shops.
A premium is a sum over and above the par value of an item.
So for you to be asking for more than they cost means you're asking for a premium.
Tune in next week for an explanation of the phrase "daylight robbery".

I came into the thread because I'm interested in buying an iPod touch 4g 32gb, and was wondering what the price was. You are insane if you think someone on a deals website will lack the nous to know that your price is signficantly more than the norm for this item second hand.

And fair point Marz, but it was proof of legitimate ownership I was after - I always worry when people say "unwanted gift" because it's usually code for "I haven't got a receipt", which could equally be code for "bought it off someone in the pub".
#10
ourdave
You were advertising it for more than it cost in the shops.
A premium is a sum over and above the par value of an item.
So for you to be asking for more than they cost means you're asking for a premium.
Tune in next week for an explanation of the phrase "daylight robbery".

I came into the thread because I'm interested in buying an iPod touch 4g 32gb, and was wondering what the price was. You are insane if you think someone on a deals website will lack the nous to know that your price is signficantly more than the norm for this item second hand.

And fair point Marz, but it was proof of legitimate ownership I was after - I always worry when people say "unwanted gift" because it's usually code for "I haven't got a receipt", which could equally be code for "bought it off someone in the pub".


Exactly - no receipt is a risk in this case - especially at rqual to or above internet prices.

And I can only assume no receipt is available otherwise OP would have said by now.

EliTom
#11
Infact im changing my offer to £145 mate, sorry but it doesnt look like you have a receipt and its not worth a lot without it
#12
WTF these are ridiculous offers eBay it.
#13
MarzBarz
WTF these are ridiculous offers eBay it.


This section should be renamed to the 'hand-out/charity' because most of the people on here want a ridiculous price and then will ask you to send it first and still want to see a copy of your birth certificate!

usman94
Infact im changing my offer to £145 mate, sorry but it doesnt look like you have a receipt and its not worth a lot without it


I ignored your first response for a reason. I will not sell to you at any price.

ourdave
You were advertising it for more than it cost in the shops.
A premium is a sum over and above the par value of an item.
So for you to be asking for more than they cost means you're asking for a premium.
Tune in next week for an explanation of the phrase "daylight robbery".

I came into the thread because I'm interested in buying an iPod touch 4g 32gb, and was wondering what the price was. You are insane if you think someone on a deals website will lack the nous to know that your price is signficantly more than the norm for this item second hand.

And fair point Marz, but it was proof of legitimate ownership I was after - I always worry when people say "unwanted gift" because it's usually code for "I haven't got a receipt", which could equally be code for "bought it off someone in the pub".


Please tell me how the price was more than in the shops? The item was listed for £230-225?

Please tell me how a sealed iPod is 'second hand' when, as the user above me has mentioned, you can claim on the warranty without a receipt?

You go down to you're local shops and buy one for less than that price, I'm pretty certain you might be able to if you decide to sign up for credit card at the same time..

..and if I had a receipt for a brand new item i'd return it for a refund for the full cost. The fact its posted on here pretty much answers your question.



Edited By: girothefiro on Jan 20, 2011 22:49
#14
It's £220 new at pixmania so anything above that is more.
It becomes 2nd hand when you buy it, and then try to sell it. The fact it's sealed doesn't change the fact the person buying it would be the 2nd person to own it...therefore "2nd hand".

Plenty of people sell things on here with a receipt - and they go for more than things without because it proves the person selling it own it amongst other things.
If you'd owned it for more than a month since buying it then you couldn't just return it for a full refund.

The reason this thread has gone the way it is is because you asked for more than the purchase price anyone with the internet could buy it for.
It's baffling that you can't see the flawed logic there.
#15
ourdave
It's £220 new at pixmania so anything above that is more.
It becomes 2nd hand when you buy it, and then try to sell it. The fact it's sealed doesn't change the fact the person buying it would be the 2nd person to own it...therefore "2nd hand".

Plenty of people sell things on here with a receipt - and they go for more than things without because it proves the person selling it own it amongst other things.
If you'd owned it for more than a month since buying it then you couldn't just return it for a full refund.

The reason this thread has gone the way it is is because you asked for more than the purchase price anyone with the internet could buy it for.
It's baffling that you can't see the flawed logic there.


Add Delivery cost to the pixmania price and then quote the price..

And it baffles me that you continue to respond.
1 Like #16
How does it become second hand :S its a brand new item. jheez.
#17
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#19
Bump @ £180

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