So you buy something from Amazon, Argos & Curry’s but one doesn’t fit, one has a scratch on it….

So you buy something from Amazon, Argos & Curry’s but one doesn’t fit, one has a scratch on it….

…& one makes a rattle…

You send them back & get a refund. What happens to those (now technically used) items you’ve sent back?

Simples, they sell them cheaply on http://amzn.to/21h6cTZ, http://10ws.co/1kt9kUc & http://10ws.co/1sEAnkM

Few things you should watch out for:

– The price is normally much lower but always compare with new price

– You normally get a shorter warranty but not always

– Read the description and focus on the condition, most are simply open box but some will describe the damage, often they’re like new.

– All electrical items will have been double checked and some described as ‘Manufacture refurbished’ are actually better than new, as they’re effectively in a new condition but then have gone back to the factory for further testing/checking (most tests than a new model would have).

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