Nokia TV (in Germany)

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  1. MaeKeaPott

    MaeKeaPott Newbie

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    Please Notice: My Girlfriend with that nice Nokia TV speaks only german.
    You've to Pick up it here in Germany (Niedersachsen, Verden, Kirchlinteln, Bendingbostel, …)
    Please contact us for more information - but ask in german please.

    Thats most German:
    Historischer Nokia Fernsehr - Model: SP71 K1
    Mit passender Konsole, Antenneneingang, und zwei Scart-Buchsen.
    Muss wegen Platzmangel leider abgegeben werden.

    Bitte schaut euch die Bilder an:

    Nokia-TV-000.jpg Nokia-TV-001.jpg Nokia-TV-002.jpg Nokia-TV-003.jpg Nokia-TV-004.jpg Nokia-TV-005.jpg Nokia-TV-006.jpg
     
  2. Failbert

    Failbert Still Fresh

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    The style on that thing. Does Konsole in this context mean that table from the picture is included?

    I can forward it to some (public, I don't know the members personally) Polish retrocomputing/gaming groups (many groupmembers live in Germany, so perhaps in Niedersachsen), if You want.
     
  3. Wally

    Wally TrashyMG's worst nightmare Staff Member

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    As per forum policy can you please provide a picture with your username and the product so we can verify it's real?
     
  4. SONY

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    It's 'pick-up only', so it's gotta be real!
     
  5. ThinkPad

    ThinkPad Very Active Member

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    A real beauty!!!

    Perfect for retro gaming.
    Sadly, we will never see again this level of quality and craftsmanship.
    Now days everything have a planned obsolescence implemented by design.

    I have strong fetish for everything with label: Made in Germany, Japan, Sweden and so on.
     
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  6. MaeKeaPott

    MaeKeaPott Newbie

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    @Failbert: thanks for forwarding!
    @Wally: Sorry? Didn't understund. A Photo with my username? How should a photo prove the truth - or just Photoshop experience? But the mirroring picture in the TV is true, it's my girlfried watching me making the photos (Picture1) on next I'm allone to see in screen of the TV. - but sorry I seem's not to understud…

    And yes you've to pick up it and I can't pay you the travel to the TV.
    So you've to talk with my girl fried in german for that date.
     
  7. levi

    levi Still fresh, damnit!

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    You did read the rules before posting here, right?
     
  8. Wally

    Wally TrashyMG's worst nightmare Staff Member

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    If it's being sold, distributed here you need to indicate that you evidently own the item somehow (A piece of paper stuck to the screen with your forum username on it), it's really for the security / sanity of the forum members. We also don't know you and as a community it's worrying that someone comes in here with a first post off the bat offering a Nokia TV, not indicating whether it's free or they're giving it away.
     
  9. crazyhorse

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    Is it free? i didn’t know Nokia made tvs, thats pretty cool
     
  10. levi

    levi Still fresh, damnit!

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    Nokia branded TVs were very common in Finnish hotel rooms back when CRT TVs were still pretty common. I've found an image of a 'NokiaEgypt' LCD TV on the internet, but judging by the font used I think it's fake, so I think they gave up making TVs by then. The company started out making rubber goods most famously wellington boots before they decided to get into the phone game. Now, I've never seen a Nokia pair of wellies.
     
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