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Old 09-20-2012, 03:38 PM
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Mac & PC Chargers/AC Adapters

I have a buddy who's a security guard at a big university, and he recently gave me some stuff that, after being in lost and found for a year, was supposed to be thrown away.

$13 each (shipped) -- I can no longer offer the discount for multiples; shipping is too $$$
Extendable attachment for 60W adapters (I have 2) - $3 each

Plastic Trades:[/U] I'll take plastic for the PC adapters now since I have so many of them. I'd like to sell all the Mac adapters if I can. Always looking for white 169g+ Pro Rhynos and old Wasps and Buzzzes. I'll consider trades for Mac adapters in about two weeks.

I've got 10 Apple chargers (one 45, four 60, and two 85 Watt)


And a box of PC chargers (Dell 19-20V, Sony 19.5V, Lenovo 20V, etc.)


One of the 60W adapters with 6' extension


Let me know what you're looking for, and I'll check if I have it.

I'm fairly certain all of them work since they were lost and never recovered rather than thrown away. If for whatever reason one doesn't work correctly, I'll refund your money or send you another charger if I have one.

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Old 09-20-2012, 04:55 PM
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Trade any plastic?
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Old 09-20-2012, 04:59 PM
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I'll take one of the Mac Chargers for that price, I'll send a Pm when I get home and see which one I need.
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Old 09-20-2012, 06:16 PM
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What's the difference in the wattages for the Mac chargers? Just reduced charge times? If so put me down for (2) - 85 watt chargers......
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Old 09-20-2012, 06:32 PM
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I want a 60w one but can you make sure they work before I pay you? Thanks.
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Old 09-20-2012, 06:35 PM
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What's the difference in the wattages for the Mac chargers? Just reduced charge times? If so put me down for (2) - 85 watt chargers......
No it is what wattage your macbook pro needs to charge its battery and safely.

13 inch = 45w
15 inch = 60w
17 inch = 85w
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Old 09-20-2012, 06:53 PM
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I was wrong sorry.

13inch = 60w
15inch = 85w
17inch = 85w

I'll might take a 85w and big maybe on a 60w too.
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The 45w Mac chargers are for 13inch Macbook Airs, btw. Also, those are good prices, as long as the wiring in them isn't frayed (i.e. they're working still). If they're going to fray, it'll be internally right above the 'brick' part of the charger, due to being wrapped tightly too much.

Also, it won't harm a machine to use a charger with a higher wattage than is needed. You can typically 'use' a charger with a lower wattage than is required, as well, except your battery won't charge (i.e. it'll power the computer only).

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Old 09-20-2012, 11:27 PM
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Thanks for the Mac spec info, guys. Looks like I have one 45W, five 60W, and two 85W. As you can see in the pic, some of them come with the extendable plug attachment. I have two 60W adapters that have small cuts in the cords--looks like from closing them in a door or something. (I have five good ones in addition to those two.) Like I said, I don't have a Mac to test them, but I'll see if I can track down a friend who does own one.

Plastic trades? Maybe in two weeks. Actually, I'll take plastic for the PC adapters now since I have so many of them. I'd like to sell all the Mac adapters if I can. Always looking for white 169g+ Pro Rhynos and old Wasps and Buzzzes.
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Old 09-21-2012, 01:36 AM
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Do you know if the 85w's are the original MagSafe or the MagSafe2's? If you could post a close up pic the connection that would be sweet
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