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post #1 of 14 Old 09-16-2013, 05:46 PM Thread Starter
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**SOLD**FS: GoPro HD Hero

Hello all,

selling my GoPro, just not using it anymore. Haven't used it at all this summer.
Comes with spare battery, still in the package. Suction cup mount, roll-bar mount, elastic head mount, 12v charger, 32G memory card.

I'm thinking 300$ or best offer. Price includes shipping in Canada or States.

Let me know if you have questions or need more pics.
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post #2 of 14 Old 09-17-2013, 07:43 AM
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Is this the original or Hero 3? And if Hero 3, which one? White, Silver, or Black?

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looks like original HD Hero to me, given the case size and writing on the front of the camera.

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I believe it's the original HD Hero.
I have a guy interested here locally, if it doesn't go through I will let you guys know.

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post #5 of 14 Old 09-17-2013, 04:16 PM
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GLWS

Once the Hero 3 came out the Hero 2 prices dropped quite a bit. I bought a brand new motosports Hero 2 pack for $120 last year. (suction cup mount, and about half of the little ones).

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Yea GLWS man. Hope you sell it for that price. I got my Hero 3 Silver brand new with a bunch of attachments for $200...

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He already sold it for $300. I'm not sure of the current price in Canada but its always higher than the US price.

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Nice, good for him. In US, a brand new Hero 3 Silver retail is $299

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post #9 of 14 Old 09-18-2013, 01:15 PM
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250 now at the go pro website.

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He already sold it for $300. I'm not sure of the current price in Canada but its always higher than the US price.
I'm not surprised. We have an outlet mall at the Tulalip Reservation just under 2hrs from Vancouver, BC and yet that parking lot is half BC plates all the time. Everything that gets trucked in to Canada must get taxed or the ports in BC are just ridiculously expensive to ship into.

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I'm not surprised. We have an outlet mall at the Tulalip Reservation just under 2hrs from Vancouver, BC and yet that parking lot is half BC plates all the time. Everything that gets trucked in to Canada must get taxed or the ports in BC are just ridiculously expensive to ship into.
Yup, we get it anally here without lube. Not only the fact that your prices are better but with our strong dollar we can get even more. It does hurt our economy but its all about the dollar in the end.

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you said strong dollar, ha ha



only thing strong here in the USA is the bullshit slinging from our governments mouths





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you said strong dollar, ha ha

only thing strong here in the USA is the bullshit slinging from our governments mouths
He's referring to the Canadian dollar which is stronger than ours.

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