Refurbished iPod touch (current gen) 8Gb £129 delivered, 16Gb £185, 32Gb £245 @ Apple (quidco save another 4%) - HotUKDeals
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Apple refurb Store currently have the iPod Touch available.
Also available latest 4th Gen nanos (various colours) 8Gb £79 / 16Gb £109
Shuffle (Pink)1Gb £25




DONT FORGET QUIDCO £5.16 OFF THE 8GB TOUCH MODEL
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#1
Dunno why this is cold,its a great price for the 8gb touch.I bought one 2 weeks ago last time they were selling them.Looked brand new when it come and works perfectly too....one year warranty as well.Have some heat....
#2
bigst
I bought one 2 weeks ago last time they were selling them.


How long did it take for delivery?
#3
Heat from me too. I don't know why it's getting cold. Maybe some of the cold voters could take a minute out to explain.
#4
Tried to heat it a little for you, frustrating isn't it when they dont say why they are voting cold.
banned#5
I think this is a great deal...I think they may come down even more in the next few weeks after the release of the new iPhone
#6
bought a refurbished 16b touch from apple few weeks back - arrived by courier via netherlands within 3 days.
still had film onscreen so i dont know if it was truly refurbished or merely an unwanted return.
not normally a fan of touchscreens - prefer real tactile buttons but the screen size swayed it for me- the screen is genuinely big enough to watch a whole show on a journey rather than just small clips.
#7
Bought one two weeks ago arrived in perfect order came in two days of placing order and with 12 month warranty WHY PAY CURRYS PRICE £165.00?????

LINK TO IPOD TOUCH REFURBISHED PAGE

http://store.apple.com/uk/product/FB528BT/A?mco=MjE0NTU0MQ
#8
Just purchased 8Gb, £129 delivered from Apple is a great price, many thanks! Heat added :-)
1 Like #9
charlie12
How long did it take for delivery?


Ordered Sunday,received Tuesday
#10
H&R. Very hot deal, thanks.
#11
Great deal!
#12
8GB
Apple refurb: £129
Amazon: £152
save:£23

16GB
Apple refurb: £185
Amazon: £197
save:£12

32GB
Apple refurb: £245
Amazon: £263
save:£18

personally I don't think its a deal, at the end of the day its not new, it's better than second hand but for what it is I still think they should cost less. this site works by personal opinion if majority vote it HOT then it is, but you cant question it every time people vote cold, although I suppose its being targeted at the Apple haters. I would personally not save £18 by going refurb if I was to buy my 32GB touch now. It's a pricey purchase in the first place its so fractional the saving you may as well buy new. If I am buying a refurb it better damn be a good deal and this it is not. It does not matter whether it's the cheapest price available.If its like £40-50 cheaper its a deal!
#13
I simply would NOT be able to survive with an 8gb anything. My first ipod was 30, then i got an 80, then 160 and then i moved onto a 16gb iphone.

Since then I was lucky enough to get a 16gb frm the o2 store 1G touch sale. (They had 2 in stock for weeks afterwards, i should have gotten the other one for my partner but stupidly i didnt - MEH oh wel).

And now i have a 32gb one. Anyways, the whole point of all that was - 8GB IS NOT ENOUGH. especially at this price. Wow, I oughta go to bed. Gnight folks.
#14
Niz
8GB
Apple refurb: £129
Amazon: £152
save:£23

16GB
Apple refurb: £185
Amazon: £197
save:£12

32GB
Apple refurb: £245
Amazon: £263
save:£18

personally I don't think its a deal, at the end of the day its not new, it's better than second hand but for what it is I still think they should cost less. this site works by personal opinion if majority vote it HOT then it is, but you cant question it every time people vote cold, although I suppose its being targeted at the Apple haters. I would personally not save £18 by going refurb if I was to buy my 32GB touch now. It's a pricey purchase in the first place its so fractional the saving you may as well buy new. If I am buying a refurb it better damn be a good deal and this it is not. It does not matter whether it's the cheapest price available.If its like £40-50 cheaper its a deal!


My thoughts exactly. Needs to be far closer to £100
#15
Niz
8GB
Apple refurb: £129
Amazon: £152
save:£23

16GB
Apple refurb: £185
Amazon: £197
save:£12

32GB
Apple refurb: £245
Amazon: £263
save:£18

personally I don't think its a deal, at the end of the day its not new, it's better than second hand but for what it is I still think they should cost less. this site works by personal opinion if majority vote it HOT then it is, but you cant question it every time people vote cold, although I suppose its being targeted at the Apple haters. I would personally not save £18 by going refurb if I was to buy my 32GB touch now. It's a pricey purchase in the first place its so fractional the saving you may as well buy new. If I am buying a refurb it better damn be a good deal and this it is not. It does not matter whether it's the cheapest price available.If its like £40-50 cheaper its a deal!


You nailed it. The 8Gb is a good deal but what u going to do with 8Gb :roll: not much i suspect.

16Gb and 32Gb ur much better of buying brand new than saving £13 on a refurb.
#16
Cold, overpriced Apple trash
#17
Niz
8GB
Apple refurb: £129
Amazon: £152
save:£23

16GB
Apple refurb: £185
Amazon: £197
save:£12

32GB
Apple refurb: £245
Amazon: £263
save:£18

personally I don't think its a deal, at the end of the day its not new, it's better than second hand but for what it is I still think they should cost less. this site works by personal opinion if majority vote it HOT then it is, but you cant question it every time people vote cold, although I suppose its being targeted at the Apple haters. I would personally not save £18 by going refurb if I was to buy my 32GB touch now. It's a pricey purchase in the first place its so fractional the saving you may as well buy new. If I am buying a refurb it better damn be a good deal and this it is not. It does not matter whether it's the cheapest price available.If its like £40-50 cheaper its a deal!



Agreed. If Sony or Panasonic knocked out their kit "second hand" for a paltry discount would there be many takers? Apple are the only company who get away with this and con mugs into helping them make BILLIONS in profit. I got a new first gen 8Gb for £125 at Christmas and no way would I pay that for refurb 2nd gen

COLD
#18
BlackAle
Cold, overpriced Apple trash


Totally agree. Why ?

How much does 8gb of flash memory cost these days, about a £1 per gb retail ?

So Apple will be getting it at a better rate I assume. What is the price differential between an 8gb and 16 gb itouch ?

Yes....£56
#19
dont forget people with the current update 3.0 this will have support for bluetooth stereo headsets
#20
why buy a refurb
when from dixons.com use the 5% discount and you can have a new one for a couple of quid more
#21
from dixons withc discount code
8gb - 144.40
16gb - 187.05
32gb - 249.85
#22
New iPods come out Sept of every year in case anyone is wondering whether to wait for the next revision.

Storage generally doubles each year so 16GB would be the low end model.
2 Likes #23
Wasting my time as usual in getting into this but I might as well try and offset some of the stupid comments - 8gb is too small, Apple so I'm voting cold etc.

I bought one of these a few weeks ago after playing with a mates one so hopefully I can offer some insight. Apple refurbs come with a new housing that is repacked in protective film as new so they look brand new, they have a new battery, dock lead, headphones and any other stuff that you usually get. They come with the same 1 year warranty that a brand new one comes with too. So, with that in mind, what do you get for the extra £20-40 when you buy new? You get the retail packaging that you throw away so if this is important to you then buy new.

If you are looking for an MP3 player then don't buy one of these - there are better MP3 players for a lot less. I don't like it nearly as much as some of my other players for this. Not because of the quality (it sounds fine) but because of having to use the touch screen rather than just havng a button to press - much easier than having to to get the thing out and look at what you are doing.

It is NOT an MP3 player, it is a multifunction device. I use it to check and send my home and work email, for occasional web surfing, for instant messaging, for twitter (still not quite sold on that one). You can watch youtube on it if that is what tickles you and you can listen to as much free music as you want on LastFM etc. You need WiFi access obviously. I could do all this on my PC of course but being able to boot it up in seconds, check mail and then close it down again in the time it would take me to walk to the PC let alone boot it up is great.

Regarding the memory, as I said above about it not being an MP3 player (for me anyway), 8gb is plenty. I have loads of apps, a couple of feature films, a load of music and heaps of podcasts and it is nowhere near full.

I wouldn't touch an Apple PC with a bargepole but this device is fantastic and you'd be lucky to find a device that doeas nearly as much for close to the price from another supplier. Unless you want a phone and the costs involved in that then Zone HD is probably closest but that will never have the business app support that the appstore gives you. I've had it about 2 weeks and I already find it invaluable.
#24
Hi Claym0re.

No you're not wasting your time - I'd agree - my daughter has just got an 8gb touch. I'd agree about the mp3 player bit - I've got a much cheaper non Apple one and it's just fine as an mp3 player - I've also got something else that someone else pays the bills for for internet and the like!

One word of warning - this week v3.0 of the firmware came out this week. Apple are 'unusual' in that they charge for firmware updates. It might be worth checking to see if it comes with 3.0 as you'll have to factor in £6 for an upgrade - which reduces the price differential a bit compared with Dixons. I know people say that you don't have to have the latest firmware but it's inevitable that apps in the iTunes store will insist on it before long.
#25
claym0re
Wasting my time as usual in getting into this but I might as well try and offset some of the stupid comments - 8gb is too small, Apple so I'm voting cold etc.

I bought one of these a few weeks ago after playing with a mates one so hopefully I can offer some insight. Apple refurbs come with a new housing that is repacked in protective film as new so they look brand new, they have a new battery, dock lead, headphones and any other stuff that you usually get. They come with the same 1 year warranty that a brand new one comes with too. So, with that in mind, what do you get for the extra £20-40 when you buy new? You get the retail packaging that you throw away so if this is important to you then buy new.

If you are looking for an MP3 player then don't buy one of these - there are better MP3 players for a lot less. I don't like it nearly as much as some of my other players for this. Not because of the quality (it sounds fine) but because of having to use the touch screen rather than just havng a button to press - much easier than having to to get the thing out and look at what you are doing.

It is NOT an MP3 player, it is a multifunction device. I use it to check and send my home and work email, for occasional web surfing, for instant messaging, for twitter (still not quite sold on that one). You can watch youtube on it if that is what tickles you and you can listen to as much free music as you want on LastFM etc. You need WiFi access obviously. I could do all this on my PC of course but being able to boot it up in seconds, check mail and then close it down again in the time it would take me to walk to the PC let alone boot it up is great.

Regarding the memory, as I said above about it not being an MP3 player (for me anyway), 8gb is plenty. I have loads of apps, a couple of feature films, a load of music and heaps of podcasts and it is nowhere near full.

I wouldn't touch an Apple PC with a bargepole but this device is fantastic and you'd be lucky to find a device that doeas nearly as much for close to the price from another supplier. Unless you want a phone and the costs involved in that then Zone HD is probably closest but that will never have the business app support that the appstore gives you. I've had it about 2 weeks and I already find it invaluable.


superb post, thanks.
#26
I have an 8GB iPod touch with 45 albums, three audio books, lots of apps and thousand of pictures and its only just over half full.
#27
claym0re
Wasting my time as usual in getting into this but I might as well try and offset some of the stupid comments - 8gb is too small, Apple so I'm voting cold etc.

I bought one of these a few weeks ago after playing with a mates one so hopefully I can offer some insight. Apple refurbs come with a new housing that is repacked in protective film as new so they look brand new, they have a new battery, dock lead, headphones and any other stuff that you usually get. They come with the same 1 year warranty that a brand new one comes with too. So, with that in mind, what do you get for the extra £20-40 when you buy new? You get the retail packaging that you throw away so if this is important to you then buy new.

If you are looking for an MP3 player then don't buy one of these - there are better MP3 players for a lot less. I don't like it nearly as much as some of my other players for this. Not because of the quality (it sounds fine) but because of having to use the touch screen rather than just havng a button to press - much easier than having to to get the thing out and look at what you are doing.

It is NOT an MP3 player, it is a multifunction device. I use it to check and send my home and work email, for occasional web surfing, for instant messaging, for twitter (still not quite sold on that one). You can watch youtube on it if that is what tickles you and you can listen to as much free music as you want on LastFM etc. You need WiFi access obviously. I could do all this on my PC of course but being able to boot it up in seconds, check mail and then close it down again in the time it would take me to walk to the PC let alone boot it up is great.

Regarding the memory, as I said above about it not being an MP3 player (for me anyway), 8gb is plenty. I have loads of apps, a couple of feature films, a load of music and heaps of podcasts and it is nowhere near full.

I wouldn't touch an Apple PC with a bargepole but this device is fantastic and you'd be lucky to find a device that doeas nearly as much for close to the price from another supplier. Unless you want a phone and the costs involved in that then Zone HD is probably closest but that will never have the business app support that the appstore gives you. I've had it about 2 weeks and I already find it invaluable.


Thanks for the post, think I may have to order one :thumbsup:
#28
cbr900rrt
from dixons withc discount code
8gb - 144.40
16gb - 187.05
32gb - 249.85


Hi, What's the Dixons code for this please?

Thanks
#29
I'm glad to see this is getting hotter - I posted the same deal about a month ago (http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=401838) and got shot down in flames (well, actually not exactly flames as it reached a giddy (MINUS) -93!)

:roll:
#30
mahatma_andy
Hi, What's the Dixons code for this please?

Thanks


5COMP
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/415011/dixons-5-off-computing-laptops-netb/
#31
Sorry i clicked expire by mistake can a mod unexpire please.
#32
not
EXPIRED
#33
out of stock
#34
Just out of interest, how much would a Jailbroken 16gb Touch go for these days ? I have one I need to get rid of (bought an iPhone !)
#35
Mine arrived this morning and it looks brand new. Will definitely buy refurbished products from the Apple store again.

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#36
claym0re
Wasting my time as usual in getting into this but I might as well try and offset some of the stupid comments - 8gb is too small, Apple so I'm voting cold etc.

I bought one of these a few weeks ago after playing with a mates one so hopefully I can offer some insight. Apple refurbs come with a new housing that is repacked in protective film as new so they look brand new, they have a new battery, dock lead, headphones and any other stuff that you usually get. They come with the same 1 year warranty that a brand new one comes with too. So, with that in mind, what do you get for the extra £20-40 when you buy new? You get the retail packaging that you throw away so if this is important to you then buy new.

If you are looking for an MP3 player then don't buy one of these - there are better MP3 players for a lot less. I don't like it nearly as much as some of my other players for this. Not because of the quality (it sounds fine) but because of having to use the touch screen rather than just havng a button to press - much easier than having to to get the thing out and look at what you are doing.

It is NOT an MP3 player, it is a multifunction device. I use it to check and send my home and work email, for occasional web surfing, for instant messaging, for twitter (still not quite sold on that one). You can watch youtube on it if that is what tickles you and you can listen to as much free music as you want on LastFM etc. You need WiFi access obviously. I could do all this on my PC of course but being able to boot it up in seconds, check mail and then close it down again in the time it would take me to walk to the PC let alone boot it up is great.

Regarding the memory, as I said above about it not being an MP3 player (for me anyway), 8gb is plenty. I have loads of apps, a couple of feature films, a load of music and heaps of podcasts and it is nowhere near full.

I wouldn't touch an Apple PC with a bargepole but this device is fantastic and you'd be lucky to find a device that doeas nearly as much for close to the price from another supplier. Unless you want a phone and the costs involved in that then Zone HD is probably closest but that will never have the business app support that the appstore gives you. I've had it about 2 weeks and I already find it invaluable.


Great post, thanks for insight! I seem to have misplaced my 8gb Nano that i have been using for almost 2 years now, and am starting to feel like i have lost an arm! I do a lot of travelling in the car for work and have a transmitter to listen throught the radio!! i am seriously considering treating myself to a new iPod touch but i already have around 16gb of music in my iTunes, therefore i am thinking realistically i would need to get a 32gb in order for me to have space moving forward??

Typically if i do get one then my nano would turn up!!! i'll just give it to the missus if that happens
#37
Why don't you try at Dixons.
16GB = £196.89
Voucher = 5COMP ( to get 5% discount)
So, net price = £187.05.

Since, there is no Quidco for Dixons, why don't try TopCashBack. It has no annual fee, unlike Quidco has £5. :whistling:
#38
yinujim
out of stock


In stock again today.
banned#39
Great deal, thanks!
#40
They've got 1st gen 8gb iPod touch for £105, not sure if that was there before

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