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Motorola Moto X Force 32GB at Ebay/eglobal for £175.00

£175.00 @ eBay
This looks cheapest out there though from retailer (eglobalcentral) with very bad user reviews. Also available direct from their webportal Moto X Force £177.99. IMO much better specs than G4/G5 for… Read More
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This looks cheapest out there though from retailer (eglobalcentral) with very bad user reviews. Also available direct from their webportal Moto X Force £177.99.

IMO much better specs than G4/G5 for slightly more ££ and worth taking a punt with ebay + paypal's buyer protection.

Limited stock. Current stock level = 9

Specs:

Snapdragon 810
5.4" AMOLED QHD display with shattershield technology
3760mAH battery
Moto X force review - techradar
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#1
can't understand why this is cold. great deal. I have this phone and had it Xmas time for a lot more than this and it's great. recommended. turbo charge is fab
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robbievaughany
can't understand why this is cold. great deal. I have this phone and had it Xmas time for a lot more than this and it's great. recommended. turbo charge is fab


eglobal have an awful reputation
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RadiantDuck
robbievaughany
can't understand why this is cold. great deal. I have this phone and had it Xmas time for a lot more than this and it's great. recommended. turbo charge is fab


eglobal have an awful reputation


worst retailer ever. still can't understand Hukd is letting their posts in

Edited By: smitha on May 13, 2017 10:37: typo
#4
This or the Xiaomi Mi5??
#5
Surely regardless of the retailer this is a very good price for a phone with these specs? Ebay listing doesn't seem to post to UK though? I'm in NI
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Terrible retailer - HUKD are obviously making some some nice dough from affiliate links otherwise they wouldn't still be on here.
#7
Mine stopped charging after 5 months and Motorola refused to repair!!
#8
If you planning to buy this phone check Volokin Project reviewing it on YouTube, he's my favourite upcoming reviewer recently.
#9
got this phone it's awesome. 2560x1440 Res. and speaker actually faces the FRONT of the phone.
the front camera has a flash. so many other useful features. very underrated phone. I'm running mine stock.
#10
v5535
Mine stopped charging after 5 months and Motorola refused to repair!!
Where did you buy it? Was it directly from Motorola? They are legally obliged to either repair, replace or refund.

http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/consumer-rights-act

If you didn't buy directly from Motorola then your contract is with the retailer and they are responsible for dealing with it.
#11
noelphobic
v5535
Mine stopped charging after 5 months and Motorola refused to repair!!
Where did you buy it? Was it directly from Motorola? They are legally obliged to either repair, replace or refund.http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/consumer-rights-act
If you didn't buy directly from Motorola then your contract is with the retailer and they are responsible for dealing with it.
CPW. They don't repair them so referred me there. Made an excuse I damaged motherboard due to a chip on front camera.

That's woeful as it occurred after the charging issues and so much for its indestructibility!
#12
v5535
noelphobic
v5535
Mine stopped charging after 5 months and Motorola refused to repair!!
Where did you buy it? Was it directly from Motorola? They are legally obliged to either repair, replace or refund.http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/consumer-rights-act
If you didn't buy directly from Motorola then your contract is with the retailer and they are responsible for dealing with it.
CPW. They don't repair them so referred me there. Made an excuse I damaged motherboard due to a chip on front camera.
That's woeful as it occurred after the charging issues and so much for its indestructibility!
Your contract is with CPW, not Motorola. Have you looked at the link on my post, which explains your legal rights. Did you pay by credit card? If so, you can make a Section 75 claim, as your credit card provider is jointly liable with the retailer.

http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/section-75-of-the-consumer-credit-act
#13
Don't buy, shockingly built quality. I got it because the unbreakable screen. 6 months later I got lines over the screen. Motorola repaired it. It took them almost 3 weeks. After another 5 months I got a line over the screen again. I did not bother to send it back as it was too much pain reinstalling all apps and because of the waiting time. Now, 18 month after the phone is dead, no power at all and out of warranty (12 month only). I paid for it around £500.00.
#14
I have had the 64gb version of this phone through a post here direct from Eglobal, no problems so far. Phone is fine. Turbo charge and battery life is great for a Motorola phone, previous versions had less than about 24 hrs, this has 48+

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