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WTD: XBOX1 Accessories £10.00

cifa Avatar
6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months agoFeedback:45 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Need replacement controller for the orginal (and great) XBOX (not the 360)
Anybody got any wireless/wired controllers on offer?

Cheers
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Paypal
Location:
Stoke-on-trent
cifa Avatar
6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months agoFeedback:45 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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banned#1
I have a wired one for like £8 del ??
#2
thanks for the offer.
think i'll wait a wee bit more - otherwsie i will have to haggle you all the way down to £5 del :D
#3
wired official one £7.50 deliverd
#4
hey

Got both wired and wireless. Think wired unused and wireless had very little use. As per previous post the wireless is the joytech neo s wireless controller. looking for around £15-£17 including delivery as they are not the smallest of item to pack and send. also need to take into consideration any insurance as the cheapest sending will be around £4-£6...to be honest have been here before and unfortunately postage usually ruins a good deal...still let me know what you think...
#5
mupping boo
wired official one £7.50 deliverd


thanks for that - was looking around £5 delivered but seems I am too optimsitic ;)
#6
rob585
hey

Got both wired and wireless. Think wired unused and wireless had very little use. As per previous post the wireless is the joytech neo s wireless controller. looking for around £15-£17 including delivery as they are not the smallest of item to pack and send. also need to take into consideration any insurance as the cheapest sending will be around £4-£6...to be honest have been here before and unfortunately postage usually ruins a good deal...still let me know what you think...


is that £17 delivered for both?
know what you mean about postage but there are alternatives
looked at Collect+ before?
#7
rob585
hey

Got both wired and wireless. Think wired unused and wireless had very little use. As per previous post the wireless is the joytech neo s wireless controller. looking for around £15-£17 including delivery as they are not the smallest of item to pack and send. also need to take into consideration any insurance as the cheapest sending will be around £4-£6...to be honest have been here before and unfortunately postage usually ruins a good deal...still let me know what you think...


If the OP isn't interested - then I would be.

Does that sound familiar Cifa? (_;)
#8
shuwaz


If the OP isn't interested - then I would be.

Does that sound familiar Cifa? (_;)

sure does. lol
lets see how it works out.
#9
cifa
shuwaz


If the OP isn't interested - then I would be.

Does that sound familiar Cifa? (_;)

sure does. lol
lets see how it works out.


LOL! sorry mate, but the temptation to post was too great to resist!
#10
cifa
rob585
heyGot both wired and wireless. Think wired unused and wireless had very little use. As per previous post the wireless is the joytech neo s wireless controller. looking for around £15-£17 including delivery as they are not the smallest of item to pack and send. also need to take into consideration any insurance as the cheapest sending will be around £4-£6...to be honest have been here before and unfortunately postage usually ruins a good deal...still let me know what you think...
is that £17 delivered for both?know what you mean about postage but there are alternativeslooked at Collect+ before?

Let me get them out, box em up then weigh them and work out total price...
#11
ok - thanks for that. the lads are missing their XBOX burnout ;) lol
#12
i got a spare controller and also a light gun if your interested? Got 3 controllers for my xbox1 and dont really use it anymore so losing one wont make a difference. Let me know if yoru not sorted already mate :)
#13
Sp00ky
i got a spare controller and also a light gun if your interested? Got 3 controllers for my xbox1 and dont really use it anymore so losing one wont make a difference. Let me know if yoru not sorted already mate :)


cheers.
not sorted yet. will come back to you if not.
looking ideally for an 'S' controller (if wired).
IIRC - light gun only usable on 'older' tv's?
#14
ok, wired microsoft controller(s) and the wireless neo s controller with receiver, fits nicely in a 25cmx20cmx10cm box all under 1kg...now lets have a look at this collect+ service.....where would the parcel be going too, need a postcode??

Edited By: rob585 on Oct 24, 2010 15:54: postcode request
#15
postcode PM'd ;)
#16
collection plus web site is a mare to use....keep going round in circles selecting stores then not giving me option to store send only parcel delivery???
#17
ok- i will have a look at that website.
its been a while.
i'll see if i can work my way around it.
#18
had a look.
seemed straight forward to me

1. in 'send a parcel' i inputted my postcode
2. chose to deliver to door (£4.99 per standard parcel weight)
3. input your email address/name details etc...

'checked out'
and away to review & confirm screen....left it there

try again ;)

cheers
#19
cifa
had a look.seemed straight forward to me1. in 'send a parcel' i inputted my postcode2. chose to deliver to door (£4.99 per standard parcel weight)3. input your email address/name details etc...'checked out'and away to review & confirm screen....left it theretry again ;)cheers

Ah i was trying to use the shop collection method to save a few quid...LOL.....do we have a deal at £17 then??
#20
rob585
cifa
had a look.seemed straight forward to me1. in 'send a parcel' i inputted my postcode2. chose to deliver to door (£4.99 per standard parcel weight)3. input your email address/name details etc...'checked out'and away to review & confirm screen....left it theretry again ;)cheers


Ah i was trying to use the shop collection method to save a few quid...LOL.....do we have a deal at £17 then??


sure do! know what you mean about saving a few quid. appreciate it.
hope you are OK with paypal?
PM your payment details
#21
cifa
rob585
cifa
had a look.seemed straight forward to me1. in 'send a parcel' i inputted my postcode2. chose to deliver to door (£4.99 per standard parcel weight)3. input your email address/name details etc...'checked out'and away to review & confirm screen....left it theretry again ;)cheers
Ah i was trying to use the shop collection method to save a few quid...LOL.....do we have a deal at £17 then??
sure do! know what you mean about saving a few quid. appreciate it.hope you are OK with paypal?PM your payment details

Sure paypal gift not a problem...at work now, night shift, when i get home ill send you paypal details and other details for security...Rob
#22
rob585
Sure paypal gift not a problem...at work now, night shift, when i get home ill send you paypal details and other details for security...Rob


Payment sent
Cheers
#23
Paypal payment received, will send tomorrow, thanks

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