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Nintendo DSi (White) and Nintendo Wii + Wii Sports - £300.00 the pair (or split)

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
*please note, first trade on HUKD, but been a member for years - hope I've obeyed the rules*

Both brand new unopened untouched, complete with receipts (April 09).

Its a long story, but were both purchased on line then took 2 weeks to arrive, by which time I had sourced from elsewhere because I don't like giving birthday presents late.

White Nintendo DSi - £140 inc first class postage to close the deal, or best (reasonable) offer on or before 22nd April.

Nintendo Wii + Wii Sports - £165 in first class postage to close the deal, or best (reasonable) offer on or before 22nd April.

Both for £300 inc first class postage (subject to not having already sold either).

Please post in thread to confirm your "bid". The phrase "reasonable offer" is subjective in my favour, so if I think its not reasonable its not!
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
If they're both brand new/unopened, why not return them both under distance selling regulations?? Will save you from being out of pocket by selling them cheaper :)
#2
pics ?

and where you based ?, may be interested
#3
Wii inc wii sports is £157 inc del on toysrus or walk in and get one so may need to re think the price.
#4
I bought them on an "auction / entertainment shopping" site whose name I don't want to mention because they clearly have "long arms" which is why I am selling them here. I posted them on ebay and they somehow found out and told me I was breaking their regulations and told me I had to remove them. I argued with them that I'm not doing this as a business and am only doing so because I had to go out and buy them elsewhere, but that didn't wash unfortunately.

I don't need them and need to sell them on. So I'm here hawking them (cos I don't want to sell them at a car boot sale!)
#5
moneyshot
I bought them on an "auction / entertainment shopping" site whose name I don't want to mention because they clearly have "long arms" which is why I am selling them here. I posted them on ebay and they somehow found out and told me I was breaking their regulations and told me I had to remove them. I argued with them that I'm not doing this as a business and am only doing so because I had to go out and buy them elsewhere, but that didn't wash unfortunately.

I don't need them and need to sell them on. So I'm here hawking them (cos I don't want to sell them at a car boot sale!)


Ah fair enough....bit naughty of them getting you to cancel your eBay auctions though.

Can you not return them to the places you bought the others from (wrong, I know :oops:)? It's just that you can get Wiis from Morrisons for £150 and DSis for £135 from JL, so by the time you factor in postage (about £21 for a Wii and £9 for the DSi) you're not going to end up with a great amount.
#6
moneyshot
I bought them on an "auction / entertainment shopping" site whose name I don't want to mention because they clearly have "long arms" which is why I am selling them here. I posted them on ebay and they somehow found out and told me I was breaking their regulations and told me I had to remove them. I argued with them that I'm not doing this as a business and am only doing so because I had to go out and buy them elsewhere, but that didn't wash unfortunately.

I don't need them and need to sell them on. So I'm here hawking them (cos I don't want to sell them at a car boot sale!)


Sounds to me you got them cheap on a certain bidding site where the bidding closest gets you the item cheap.

Not sure they have any right on your items once you bought them.

Doesn't quite make sense to me.
#7
If the OP has a genuine receipt to cover warranty and they are sold at price acceptable to him and that a buyer is happy with I dont see what the problem is.
Good luck with your sale ....you may have to send items first or arrange pick up because of no previous feedback. Better Pix with items and username may also help.
banned#8
Hi moneyshot.

Could you possibly take a larger pic of the items for sale, along with a note of your hukd user name and date. A scanned image of the receipt will also help (remember to block out your personal details.

Could you also quote your ebay ID. You don't have to make it public, however it will assist in your sale here if you have good feedback to show.

If you'd like to keep it from being published at the moment, then please inform the team of your ID here.
#9
aScottishBloke
Hi moneyshot.

Could you possibly take a larger pic of the items for sale, along with a note of your hukd user name and date.

Image is HUUUGGEEE but appears much smaller in the hukd window - can be found at http://www.moneyshot.org.uk/nintendo.jpg

aScottishBloke
A scanned image of the receipt will also help (remember to block out your personal details.

I have the receipts and will happillyy scan and send once I have a confirmed purchaser (before they pay me of course!)

aScottishBloke
Could you also quote your ebay ID. You don't have to make it public, however it will assist in your sale here if you have good feedback to show.

Rather not quote it here (I know, I'm being paranoid aren't I!) but can confirm I have a 100% 104 feedback score with about 70 buys and 30 sells

If you'd like to keep it from being published at the moment, then please inform the team of your ID here.[/QUOTE]

Will do!
#10
Would you be willing to post 1st due to your lack of feedback?
#11
interested in a trade? Bluetooth satnav?
#12
No trades I'm afraid. Happy to post first provided I can verify reputation of buyer
#13
moneyshot
No trades I'm afraid. Happy to post first provided I can verify reputation of buyer


Okay on that note would you be willing to take £120 delievered for the DSI if you posted first?

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#14
As I said, £140 will close the deal. At £120, I'll see the best offer after end 22 April and let you know.
#15
moneyshot
As I said, £140 will close the deal. At £120, I'll see the best offer after end 22 April and let you know.


You can get a brand new from morrisons at £135 so you will need to compensate for that.

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