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Apple iPhone 6S (Grade A "like new" refurbished) 16GB Version Space Gray or Rose Gold - £119.97 at Laptops Direct
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Apple iPhone 6S (Grade A "like new" refurbished) 16GB Version Space Gray or Rose Gold - £119.97 at Laptops Direct

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Posted 7th Dec 2019

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Not going to spend too much time posting this, as many Apple haters will think this is an awful deal, as its an "old" phone, but for a refurbished phone in like new condition this seems a good price to me. Usually around £200 on eBay and other places for a similar "like new" refurbed phones.

Phone is still supported by Apple and getting latest iOS updates. Many say the older phones perform even better now with the latest updates.

The link in this post is for the Space Gray version and below is a link to the Rose Gold one:

Grade A Apple iPhone 6s Rose Gold 4.7" 16GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free

Have used Lampchops Direct many times in past and their Grade A refurbished items always seem like brand new items, from my experience. Sometimes they come in the original box with accessories and other times just the phone.

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They offer free delivery, and usually quote a 14 day delivery time, which I think is to try and get you to upgrade to a faster more expensive service, however all my items have usually arrived within 2-3 working days by DPD and get text message/email updates.
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18 Comments
Can anyone tell me what does grade A means please
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lethalwarrior07/12/2019 15:36

Can anyone tell me what does grade A means please

Essential Info:

Grade A
Pristine Condition
Generic Box, Handset Only
No accessories Supplied
No Charger Included
Sim Free and Unlocked to all networks
90 days warranty (extended warranty available)
Battery will be long gone xD
lethalwarrior07/12/2019 15:36

Can anyone tell me what does grade A means please


Try this link and scroll down.
laptopsdirect.co.uk/con…ore

Also it states on the website for the phone

"Essential Info:
  • Grade A
  • Pristine Condition
  • Generic Box, Handset Only
  • No accessories Supplied
  • No Charger Included
  • Sim Free and Unlocked to all networks
  • 90 days warranty (extended warranty available)"
Great price for a phone that has the most recent OS
16GB, can that even be updated without needing a wipe?
This is an ancient phone now. What on earth would make someone buy it in 2020?
Don’t buy 16gb!! I have one and it’s a daily pain having to unload/reload apps
Mr_xx07/12/2019 15:47

Battery will be long gone xD


easy to put in a salvaged genuine battery, I recommend phone-breakers on ebay £10 between 70% to 90% health. Do not use a fake battery because when the phone gets low on battery it tries to read health info quicker and fails causing the CPU goes to 100% and the phone becomes unusable can't even make a call.
Edited by: "malhal" 7th Dec 2019
Well, I guess a 3 or 4 year old, say, Moto G would cost about 50 quid, so I can understand why an ancient iPhone might command such a high price.
Zegna07/12/2019 20:16

This is an ancient phone now. What on earth would make someone buy it in …This is an ancient phone now. What on earth would make someone buy it in 2020?


It's 2019, are you drunk?!
Zegna07/12/2019 20:16

This is an ancient phone now. What on earth would make someone buy it in …This is an ancient phone now. What on earth would make someone buy it in 2020?


Someone that wants an iphone and can't afford more than £120?
I think the question answers itself really
spannerzone08/12/2019 11:13

Someone that wants an iphone and can't afford more than £120? I think the …Someone that wants an iphone and can't afford more than £120? I think the question answers itself really


Though the counter-argument to that is you can get the SE (same phone basically for £50), 6s usually £70-80 and the 7 can be found at this price with big improvements over the 6s, it also starts at 32GB and if you buy from one of the big guys it’ll have a year’s warranty. I bought a 32GB 6s from StockMustGo on eBay and it cost me £50.62 in their last sale. The 16GB is really tight.

This doesn’t seem like a deal to me really.

OP, the 6s doesn’t cost £200 on eBay... you might pay that if you happen to find a brand new sealed one.
Edited by: "plewis00" 8th Dec 2019
plewis0008/12/2019 12:00

Though the counter-argument to that is you can get the SE (same phone …Though the counter-argument to that is you can get the SE (same phone basically for £50), 6s usually £70-80 and the 7 can be found at this price with big improvements over the 6s, it also starts at 32GB and if you buy from one of the big guys it’ll have a year’s warranty. I bought a 32GB 6s from StockMustGo on eBay and it cost me £50.62 in their last sale. The 16GB is really tight. This doesn’t seem like a deal to me really.OP, the 6s doesn’t cost £200 on eBay... you might pay that if you happen to find a brand new sealed one.


Well that's fair enough, I honestly don't keep up with iphone prices so don't have a clue what's a good deal or not. sounds like this is not a good deal
spannerzone08/12/2019 12:57

Well that's fair enough, I honestly don't keep up with iphone prices so …Well that's fair enough, I honestly don't keep up with iphone prices so don't have a clue what's a good deal or not. sounds like this is not a good deal


Not the worst deal if you need a gift-worthy mint handset but 16GB is tight now so I’d actually expect about £99 for a good condition 32GB 6s really. The phones themselves actually run pretty well even today but iOS 13 is a steaming turd of bugs.
I've found that once genuine batteries go and you can't get hold of a genuine replacement anymore then the phone is basically dead. I had an LG G5 which was a good enough phone in itself for everyday use but now I can't get a proper LG battery anymore and the chinese replacements last about 2 weeks before their performance drops off dramatically. Having to charge during the day renders the phone a bit useless.

Unless you get a used iphone with a receipt for a proper replacement battery I'd not bother.
jjabbar07/12/2019 17:39

Great price for a phone that has the most recent OS


True but it's the last IOS update it's getting so people should be aware of that.
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