For Sale – MacBook Pro 15 retina

MacBook Pro 15 retina.

Mid 2014 A1398 model – Part no. MGXC2B/A.

2.5GHz i7, 16GB RAM & 512GB Flash Storage. Nvidia GeForce GT 750M 2GB GPU. Full specification shown in attached images. MacBook has been stored in the sleeve pictured and then in a laptop bag so is in excellent condition with just one minor visible mark on the underside – visible in the photo but as usual looks much worse than in person. Otherwise in mint condition and perfect working order.

Battery cycle count is only 93 which is an indication of how little use this has seen. This has seen very little use due to me using a Mac mini and iPad Pro combination which is why I am putting it up for sale. Comes fully boxed with original charger in excellent condition.

Please ask any questions and the pictured sleeve is included in the sale. Local collection or inspection welcome.
Looking for £1200 shipped via RMSD.

Price and currency: £1200
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT preferred
Location: Bathgate
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For Sale – MacBook Pro 13″ June 2017 3.1ghz Touch Bar and ID

Hey guys,

I am selling my Mabook pro 13″ (kaby lake) with touch bar, just received it as a gift this week, set it up but I’d prefer the 15″ version hence the sale. It was purchased directly from Apple but since its a gift so don’t have the receipt so can’t return it.

Its in as new condition with no marks or scratches and works perfectly fine and obviously it comes with full Apple warranty, it retails for £1749 so grab yourself a bargain.

Specs:

MacBook Pro 13″ with touch bar and ID
Kaby Lake 3.1ghz dual core i5
256GB SSD
Touch Bar and ID
8GB 2133mhz ram
Intel iris plus 650

It comes with the original box and all accessories.

All I want for it is £1450.

I am in Slough at the moment so could be collected or posted I am ok either way.

Price and currency: £1450
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Location: Slough
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Configure your app to start at log-in

For a long time, desktop PC users have been able to configure Win32 apps to start at startup or user log-in. This has also been possible for Desktop Bridge apps since the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (v10.0.14393.0). We’ve now extended this feature to allow regular Universal Windows Apps to take part in this also. This is available in Insider builds from Build 16226 onwards, along with the corresponding SDK. In this post, we’ll look at the code changes you need to make in your manifest and in your App class to handle the startup scenario, and how your app can work with the user to respect their choices.

Here’s a sample app, called TestStartup – the app offers a button to request enabling the startup behavior, and reports current status. Typically, you’d put this kind of option into a settings page of some kind in your app.

The first thing to note is that you must use the windows.startupTask Extension in your app manifest under the Extensions node, which is a child of the Application node. This is documented here. The same Extension declaration is used for both Desktop Bridge and regular UWP apps – but there are some differences.

  • Desktop Bridge is only available on Desktop, so it uses a Desktop-specific XML namespace. The new UWP implementation is designed for use generally on UWP, so it uses a general UAP namespace (contract version 5) – although to be clear, it is currently still only actually available on Desktop.
  • The Desktop Bridge EntryPoint must be “Windows.FullTrustApplication,” whereas for regular UWP it is the fully-qualified namespace name of your App class.
  • Desktop Bridge apps can set the Enabled attribute to true, which means that the app will start at startup without the user having to manually enable it. Conversely, for regular UWP apps this attribute is ignored, and the feature is implicitly set to “disabled.” Instead, the user must first launch the app, and the app must request to be enabled for startup activation.
  • For Desktop Bridge apps, multiple startupTask Extensions are permitted, each one can use a different Executable. Conversely, for regular UWP apps, you would have only one Executable and one startupTask Extension.
Desktop Bridge App UWP App

xmlns:desktop="http://schemas.microsoft.com/
appx/manifest/desktop/windows10"


xmlns:uap5="http://schemas.microsoft.com/
appx/manifest/uap/windows10/5"


<desktop:Extension
  Category="windows.startupTask"
  Executable="MyDesktopBridgeApp.exe"
  EntryPoint="Windows.FullTrustApplication">
  <desktop:StartupTask
    TaskId="MyStartupId"
    Enabled="false"
    DisplayName="Lorem Ipsum" />
</desktop:Extension>


<uap5:Extension
  Category="windows.startupTask"
  Executable="TestStartup.exe"
  EntryPoint="TestStartup.App">
  <uap5:StartupTask
    TaskId="MyStartupId"
    Enabled="false"
    DisplayName="Lorem Ipsum" />
</uap5:Extension>

For both Desktop Bridge apps and regular UWP apps, the user is always in control, and can change the Enabled state of your startup app at any time via the Startup tab in Task Manager:

Also for both app types, the app must be launched at least once before the user can change the Disabled/Enabled state. This is potentially slightly confusing: if the user doesn’t launch the app and then tries to change the state to Enabled in Task Manager, this will seem to be set. However, if they then close Task Manager and re-open it, they will see that the state is still Disabled. What’s happening here is that Task Manager is correctly persisting the user’s choice of the Enabled state – but this won’t actually allow the app to be activated at startup unless and until the app is launched at least once first – hence the reason it is reported as Disabled.

In your UWP code, you can request to be enabled for startup. To do this, use the StartupTask.GetAsync method to initialize a StartupTask object (documented here) – passing in the TaskId you specified in the manifest – and then call the RequestEnableAsync method. In the test app, we’re doing this in the Click handler for the button. The return value from the request is the new (possibly unchanged) StartupTaskState.


async private void requestButton_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
{
    StartupTask startupTask = await StartupTask.GetAsync("MyStartupId");
    switch (startupTask.State)
    {
        case StartupTaskState.Disabled:
            // Task is disabled but can be enabled.
            StartupTaskState newState = await startupTask.RequestEnableAsync();
            Debug.WriteLine("Request to enable startup, result = {0}", newState);
            break;
        case StartupTaskState.DisabledByUser:
            // Task is disabled and user must enable it manually.
            MessageDialog dialog = new MessageDialog(
                "I know you don't want this app to run " +
                "as soon as you sign in, but if you change your mind, " +
                "you can enable this in the Startup tab in Task Manager.",
                "TestStartup");
            await dialog.ShowAsync();
            break;
        case StartupTaskState.DisabledByPolicy:
            Debug.WriteLine(
                "Startup disabled by group policy, or not supported on this device");
            break;
        case StartupTaskState.Enabled:
            Debug.WriteLine("Startup is enabled.");
            break;
    }
}

Because Desktop Bridge apps have a Win32 component, they run with a lot more power than regular UWP apps generally. They can set their StartupTask(s) to be Enabled in the manifest and do not need to call the API. For regular UWP apps, the behavior is more constrained, specifically:

  • The default is Disabled, so in the normal case, the user must run the app at least once explicitly – this gives the app the opportunity to request to be enabled.
  • When the app calls RequestEnableAsync, this will show a user-prompt dialog for UWP apps (or if called from a UWP component in a Desktop Bridge app from the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update onwards).
  • StartupTask includes a Disable method. If the state is Enabled, the app can use the API to set it to Disabled. If the app then subsequently requests to enable again, this will also trigger the user prompt.
  • If the user disables (either via the user prompt, or via the Task Manager Startup tab), then the prompt is not shown again, regardless of any requests from the app. The app can of course devise its own user prompts, asking the user to make manual changes in Task Manager – but if the user has explicitly disabled your startup, you should probably respect their decision and stop pestering them. In the sample code above, the app is responding to DisabledByUser by popping its own message dialog – you can obviously do this if you want, but it should be emphasized that there’s a risk you’ll just annoy the user.
  • If the feature is disabled by local admin or group policy, then the user prompt is not shown, and startup cannot be enabled. The existing StartupTaskState enum has been extended with a new value, DisabledByPolicy. When the app sees DisabledByPolicy, it should avoid re-requesting that their task be enabled, because the request will never be approved until the policy changes.
  • Platforms other than Desktop that don’t support startup tasks also report DisabledByPolicy.

Where a request triggers a user-consent prompt (UWP apps only), the message includes the DisplayName you specified in your manifest. This prompt is not shown if the state is DisabledByUser or DisabledByPolicy.

If your app is enabled for startup activation, you should handle this case in your App class by overriding the OnActivated method. Check the IActivatedEventArgs.Kind to see if it is ActivationKind.StartupTask, and if so, case the IActivatedEventArgs to a StartupTaskActivatedEventArgs. From this, you can retrieve the TaskId, should you need it. In this test app, we’re simply passing on the ActivationKind as a string to MainPage.


protected override void OnActivated(IActivatedEventArgs args)
{
    Frame rootFrame = Window.Current.Content as Frame;
    if (rootFrame == null)
    {
        rootFrame = new Frame();
        Window.Current.Content = rootFrame;
    }

    string payload = string.Empty;
    if (args.Kind == ActivationKind.StartupTask)
    { 
        var startupArgs = args as StartupTaskActivatedEventArgs;
        payload = ActivationKind.StartupTask.ToString();
    }

    rootFrame.Navigate(typeof(MainPage), payload);
    Window.Current.Activate();
}

Then, the MainPage OnNavigatedTo override tests this incoming string and uses it to report status in the UI.


protected override void OnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e)
{
    string payload = e.Parameter as string;
    if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(payload))
    {
        activationText.Text = payload;

        if (payload == "StartupTask")
        {
            requestButton.IsEnabled = false;
            requestResult.Text = "Enabled";
            SolidColorBrush brush = new SolidColorBrush(Colors.Gray);
            requestResult.Foreground = brush;
            requestPrompt.Foreground = brush;
        }
    }
}

Note that when your app starts at startup, it will start minimized in the taskbar. In this test app, when brought to normal window mode, the app reports the ActivationKind and StartupTaskState:

Using the windows.startupTask manifest Extension and the StartupTask.RequestEnableAsync API, your app can be configured to start at user log-in. This can be useful for apps which the user expects to use heavily, and the user has control over this – but it is still a feature that you should use carefully. You should not use the feature if you don’t reasonably expect the user to want it for your app – and you should avoid repeatedly prompting them once they’ve made their choice. The inclusion of a user-prompt puts the user firmly in control, which is an improvement over the older Win32 model.

Sample Code here.

Owning Surface just got easier with the new Surface Plus Program

Surface is designed to help people better create, collaborate, learn, and get things done. Beginning today at 9:00 a.m. PT, we’re excited to announce the availability of Surface Plus and Surface Plus for Business; flexible financing options designed to help more people and businesses take advantage of the power of Surface. Available exclusively in the U.S. at Microsoft Stores and online at Microsoft.com, here’s all that Surface Plus and Surface Plus for Business can do for you:

Owning Surface just got easier with the new Surface Plus Program

With school starting soon, there’s never been a better time for students to find the best Surface that’s right for them. Whether it’s a Surface Laptop, Surface Pro, Surface Book or Surface Studio – Surface Plus provides a simple, no-hassle plan to help students unlock their productivity and be more creative with Surface.

Surface Plus benefits include:

  • Low monthly payments: Customers can purchase a Surface device with an easy, 24-month payment plan at 0% APR.1
  • Device upgrades: Customers can upgrade to the latest Surface after just 18 months.2
  • Dedicated Service & Support: Surface Plus offers best in class service and support from Microsoft Stores. Customers also have the option to add the Microsoft Complete extended service plan.
  • Microsoft Store benefits: All customers who shop at Microsoft Store enjoy access to benefits like a 30-day hassle free return policy, a Surface training and health check as well as a year of free in-store support and technical assistance.

For more information about Microsoft’s full suite of offerings and deals for students and teachers, check out today’s Windows Experience Blog post.

Surface Plus for Business

Owning Surface just got easier with the new Surface Plus Program

We’re also excited to announce Surface Plus for Business. Small and medium-sized businesses that are currently enrolled in the Surface Membership program will now enjoy the same enterprise-grade services and support under the Surface Plus for Business plan. Surface Plus for Business will offer new and existing customers:

  • Multiple Surface models: Customers can add as many devices as they want into a single agreement and can have a mix of models across the Surface portfolio.
  • The latest devices: Previously unavailable, customers can now finance a 55” Surface Hub in addition to the new Surface Pro, Surface Laptop, Surface Book, and Surface Studio to unlock the power of the group in their businesses.
  • Office 365 for Business:. For an additional $8.25 per user per month, businesses can enjoy the ultimate productivity experience on Surface.
  • Flexible Terms3. Businesses can choose flexible 18, 24 or 30 month periods, with the ability to upgrade devices after just 12 months on the 18-month term (or after 18 months on the 24-month term). Businesses can also expand or reduce their device fleet mid-term.*
  • Device Protection: Surface Plus for Business offers peace of mind with the Microsoft Complete for Business extended service plan with accidental damage protection.

Surface Plus and Surface Plus for Business is ownership, re-imagined. For customers in the U.S., we invite you to visit your nearest Microsoft Store for a device fitting or enroll online today to choose the best Surface for you.

1Promotional 0% APR available to qualified customers and subject to credit approval by Klarna. 19.99% APR after 24 months.. Financing issued by WebBank, member FDIC, and serviced by Klarna. Subject to Surface Plus Terms and Klarna Credit Terms
2 Upgrade subject to device availability and eligibility requirements, including an account with Klarna, Inc. in good standing, the return of the functional device to Microsoft in good condition, and new 24-month payment plan and credit agreement with Klarna.
3 The 19.99% interest rate is specific to individual Surface Plus customers financed via Klarna. Surface Plus for Business financing is provided by LiftForward and does not incur interest rates.
*Updated to reflect Surface Plus for Business length terms and financing details

Get ready for back to school with Microsoft’s latest programs and deals

Well gang, it’s officially August, and our wonderful teachers are setting up their classrooms, and parents and students are starting to fill backpacks and dorm rooms with supplies.

Three students seated at a table smiling at the camera.

To help prepare for the school year ahead, today, we’re sharing new deals and programs from Microsoft and our partners to get you the best offers on the latest hardware – whether you want a new Surface Laptop, a powerful new Surface Pro, or the latest PC from Dell, HP, or Samsung – we’re here to help.

Back in May, we shared our vision for how technology can inspire creativity in the classroom with the announcement of a set of products and tools inspired by teachers and students, including: a new Windows experience called Windows 10 S – streamlined for simplicity, security, and superior performance – new collaboration experiences in Microsoft Teams, new features in Minecraft: Education Edition, and a range of affordable Windows 10 PCs built for students of all kinds. We also announced the newest members of the Surface family – Surface Laptop powered by Windows 10 S and the all new Surface Pro – both built with superior performance and power to help you better create and be more productive. With any of these devices, you can take advantage of Windows Ink to easily make notes directly on a web page in Microsoft Edge, bring your ideas to life with Paint 3D, keep track of your lists with OneNote – free in the Windows Store, and more.

We also offer Office 365 for Education –  the most complete, intelligent, and secure service for teaching and learning – free for students, faculty, and staff. Office 365 for Education is the broadest and deepest toolkit for content creation, personalized learning, and modern classroom collaboration.

These new products, tools, and programs are designed to empower today’s students and teachers to create the world of tomorrow – we cannot wait to see what you will do!

Just in time for school, we’re announcing a new way to buy the latest Surface device

Woman sitting on bed holding a mug working on Surface Book.

With Surface Plus students can take home one of our best in class Surface devices like Surface Laptop, Surface Pro, Surface Book, or Surface Studio – all for a low monthly payment and 0% interest. Surface Plus also offers customers the opportunity to upgrade their device after 18 months for no additional cost, access exclusive deals and get the best in service and support. Available exclusively at Microsoft Store and Microsoft.com, take advantage of Surface Plus and experience the power of Surface. To learn more about this program, head over to our Devices Blog to get all the details, or come into a Microsoft Store and let us help find the right Surface for you with a device fitting.

Introducing Back to School LIVE

Back to school LIVE

The education team introduced Back to School LIVE, a new series designed to help teachers get ready for the new school year with online workshops, tweetmeets, and tips on exciting new products like Microsoft Teams and Minecraft: Education Edition. The series will kick off with a global #MSFTEduChat TweetMeet on August 15 at both 10 a.m. PT and 4 p.m. PT.  Then, on August 16, we will host a “Back to School LIVE” to help you get started in some of our newest tools for the classroom. To learn more about Back to School LIVE, visit the Microsoft Education Blog.

We’ve also rounded up some of the top Windows 10 PC deals to pack your bags with:

    ASUS Premium 2-in-1 Q series Laptop
    Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming
  • Fujitsu offers over 20 devices with various solutions and services around the world for education: Check out their website for more information about these devices.

HP ENVY 27 AIO with keyboard and mouse

  • Get a Lenovo N23 ($249 USD) and N24 ($279 USD) with Windows 10 S, available worldwide just in time for heading back to the classroom.

Samsung Notebook 7

  • Get $200 off the Samsung Notebook 7 2-in-1 PC the weeks of 7/30-8/5 and 8/13-8/19 in addition to the $125 Back-to-School deal promotion for students.

Toshiba-Portege-x20w

  • Get at least $150 off any featured Toshiba laptop computer purchased through toshiba.com until August 31. Restrictions may apply.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 shown with blue Type Cover and Surface Pen.

  • Save up to $150 on Surface Pro 4: These well-crafted, beautiful devices empower the creator in all of us. Surface Pro 4, a device that offers the balance of portability and performance of a laptop when you’re on the go, perfect for anyone taking a device to class.

HTC Vive Headset

  • Save $200 on HTC Vive with the purchase of select VR-Ready PCsThe HTC Vive allows true-to-life immersion in the virtual world thanks to a high-resolution headset display, stunning graphics, two wireless controllers with haptic feedback and room-scale motion tracking. Want to test it before you buy? You can try HTC Vive for yourself at select Microsoft Store locations.
  • Get 20 percent off on Hyper X Headphones with Xbox One console or PC purchaseA feast for ears, sharpen your competitive edge with Hyper X Headphones and hear every detail of your favorite game without sacrificing comfort. Find something to celebrate the accomplishments for anyone on your list at your local Microsoft Store and Microsoft.com.

Students can also take advantage of some great deals available at Best Buy and BestBuy.com/studentdeals:

Student looking at new PC at Best Buy with Best Buy associate.

  • Save an extra $100 on select Laptops (Windows 10 laptops)
  • Save an extra $125 on select Desktop & All-In-One Computers (Windows 10 Desktops & All-In-One Computers)
  • Save up to $125 on select ASUS Q series Notebooks, Gaming Notebooks, and desktops
  • Save $130 on Samsung Galaxy Book through Sept 2
  • Save 10% on new Surface Devices (Surface Laptop & Surface Pro)
  • Save $40 on Microsoft Office with qualifying purchase

Visit BestBuy.com/studentdeals to sign up to receive exclusive coupons you can redeem in-store and online for these deals and more.

We hope you take advantage of some of these great deals and are wishing all the students out there a fantastic school year in 2017/8. To ALL our teachers – we are grateful and know that technology is only a small part of the incredible work you do to inspire the next generation of creators. Here’s to you!

For Sale – HP Z400 Workstation/Tower PC 256GB SSD & WIN10 Excellent Specs For Photo/Video Editing Etc £175

HP Z400 WORKSTATION / TOWER PC

Powerful PC Ideal for Photo/Video Editing. Heavy Duty Very Well Build Machine

SPECS.

Intel Xeon W3550 4 Core 8 Thread @ 3.15Ghz (3.3Ghz Turbo)

RAM : 12Gb DDR3

SSD : 256Gb High Speed SSD (Currently Set as OS Drive)

HDD : 1.5Tb HDD

OPTICAL 1 : DVDRW

OPTICAL 2 : DVDRW

Graphics : Nvidia NVS295 Professional Graphics Card (Dual Displayport Output)

OPERATING SYSTEM : Comes with WINDOWS 10 (Licenced with a Digital Download so can be reinstalled on machine at any time). Also has a Windows 7 Pro COA on case in case you wanted to go back to WIN7

Plenty of USB and Firewire Sockets front and back, Gigabit networking

I dont have the original boxes and its heavy so buyer must collect am not going to ship this.

BARGAIN NOW £!75

BARGAIN AT £195

Price and currency: NOW £175 TO CLEAR
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash on Collection
Location: Huthwaite Nr M1 Jnc 28 NOrth Notts/Derbys
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For Sale – High Spec Rig (EK Watercooled) -6700k -GTX 1080 Strix -850 PRO 512GB SSD -ASUS Formula VIII -M.2 SSD

I’m selling my gaming rig :(
I built my rig last year as i fancied doing a new water cooled PC project, i also saw the new Thermaltake P3 case with wall mounted option, which i absolutely loved. It took a couple of months to complete, as i wanted it perfect and I’m very meticulous on PC builds or fussy (as some would say) ;) i completed the build in Sept. Unfortunately my priorities have changed and the money will come in very handy, so its time to sell. Virtually everything comes with warranties, original boxes, manuals and Invoices. Its all in Immaculate condition (check pics)
I want to sell the rig all together at this stage, the only thing I’m keeping is the RAM.

I am open to reasonable offers peeps!

£1950
£1,800

NOW: £1700

So performance wise, its a beastly setup. The first
Intel i7 6700k i bought new from Amazon didn’t overclock well, so i returned it. The replacement 6700k is great!! I’ve benched at 4.9ghz @1.4v in 3DMarks TimeSpy run fully completed (screen shot below). For 24/7 gaming, the sweet spot is 4.6ghz @1.3v, you can easily go to 4.8ghz but you need to add around 1.40+v, for me its not worth it, I prefer less volts and lower temps.

Asus GeForce GTX 1080 Strix EKWB Water Cooled Graphics card, overclocks immensely (see 3DMark scores below), thanks to my EK water cooled setup it allows me to push the hardware and whilst keeping the temps super low. I must stress the GTX 1080 EK WaterBlock was installed by OcUK team thus is covered by a full warranty, i paid £840 for the card and EK Blocks.

EK Predator 360 All-in-One has been modified with a more powerful EK DDC 3.2 PWM Elite pump and a better EK-Supremacy EVO Heatsink for maximum cooling performance. I also changed the tubing to 1/2″ for better flow rate and added 3x Corsair LED fans to the EK radiator, in a push/pull configuration. The original EK Predator radiator, res are all kept in.

SPEC & WARRANTY INFO
Intel i7 6700k
(25 Months Warranty – Orig Box & Invoice)
ASUS Strix GeForce GTX 1080 Water Cooled with EK Plexi & EK Backplate (2 Yrs Warranty – Orig Box, Orig air heatsink & Invoice)

ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Formula – Z170 Mobo (2 Yrs Warranty – Orig Box & Invoice)
Samsung 850 PRO – 512GB SSD (9 Yrs Warranty – Orig Box & Invoice)
Samsung Polaris 256GB {SM961 NVME M.2} (27 Months Warranty – Invoice)
EK Water Blocks Predator 360 All In One [MODIFIED] (NO WARRANTY – Orig Tubing & Clips + Orig Box & Invoice)

-EK-Supremacy EVO – Nickel Water Block (1 Yr Warranty – Invoice)
EK DDC 3.2 PWM Elite Pump (1 Yr Warranty – Invoice)
Super Flower Leadex GOLD 750W [WHITE] {Fully Modular “80 Plus Gold”} PSU (4 Yrs Warranty – Orig Box & Invoice)
Thermaltake Core P3 Snow Edition {ATX Wall-Mount} (1 Yr Warranty – Orig Box & Invoice)
3x Corsair ML120 PRO WHITE LED {Magnetic levitation} Fans (4 Yrs Warranty – Orig Box & Invoice)
Seagate 500GB 7200rpm HD (NO WARRANTY – NO BOX or INVOICE)

Water Cooling Parts & Extras Included
3M EK PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT 19/13mm, Clear Tube
6x EK Water Block EK-ACF fittings 19/13mm G1/4 – Blue
4x EK-ACF Fitting 13/19mm Soft Tube Compression Fitting G1/4, Black Nickel
2x EK-AF Angled 90° G1/4 Black Nickel
2x EK Water Block EK-CSQ Fitting (1/2″ID 3/4″OD) – G1/4 Black Nickel
EK-Ekoolant EVO UV BLUE Premix 1 Litre (Half Bottle Left)

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Price and currency: 1950 NOW £1700
Delivery:
Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Paypal – BT – Cash on Collection
Location: Bicester (Oxfordshire)
Advertised elsewhere?: Yes (eBay)
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