Unfortunately this deal is no longer valid
Apple iPhone 7 128GB Good Condition - Unlocked - 12 Month Warranty - £179.96 (With Code) @ eBay / wjdstore
747° Expired

Apple iPhone 7 128GB Good Condition - Unlocked - 12 Month Warranty - £179.96 (With Code) @ eBay / wjdstore

£179.96£224.9520%eBay Deals
66
Posted 13th May
Another good deal on a good condition (grade b) iPhone 7 128gb unlocked from wjdstore Ebay using code POP20.

Comes with 12 months warranty and available in various colours.
Community Updates
This phone has been network unlocked so will work with any network.

Free 12 Month Warranty Included.

Included is 1x USB data / charge cable only, no other accessories are included.

Groups

Top comments
These guys are terrible. Both phones I had from them had replacement displays fitted badly. Tons of other HUKDers had the same (see old thread), cosmetic condition also poor. I suspect they are batch-buying grade D handsets and tarting them up with third-party bits. Don’t say we didn’t warn you - that’s why they’re cheap!
Just wondering how a 12 month warranty works through an eBay seller as after 3 months you can’t even get the eBay details back on the site.
plewis0014/05/2019 00:26

These guys are terrible. Both phones I had from them had replacement …These guys are terrible. Both phones I had from them had replacement displays fitted badly. Tons of other HUKDers had the same (see old thread), cosmetic condition also poor. I suspect they are batch-buying grade D handsets and tarting them up with third-party bits. Don’t say we didn’t warn you - that’s why they’re cheap!


This x1000 - this company needs banning on HUKD, there are so many bad experiences on previous threads it's insane.

I had exactly the same experience, bought an iPhone from them, the screen was noticeably about 2mm proud of the frame when an original or decent replacement part would be flush. Customer services was rude and shot me down, claiming this was 'expected'.

They requested I post it back and they'd refund the cost, but 3 months on / 10 messages - I'm still waiting.
bbfb12313/05/2019 22:38

I'd assume they will send their contact details in the form of a invoice …I'd assume they will send their contact details in the form of a invoice included with your purchase. I'd imagine a store of this size will have a physical office available for contact buddy


I wouldn’t ‘assume’ anything, and after 3 months I don’t think eBay will help. They don’t even list the T&C’s of the 12 month warranty.
66 Comments
Just wondering how a 12 month warranty works through an eBay seller as after 3 months you can’t even get the eBay details back on the site.
iPhone 7 still going strong!
paulj4813/05/2019 22:36

Just wondering how a 12 month warranty works through an eBay seller as …Just wondering how a 12 month warranty works through an eBay seller as after 3 months you can’t even get the eBay details back on the site.


I'd assume they will send their contact details in the form of a invoice included with your purchase. I'd imagine a store of this size will have a physical office available for contact buddy
This is a great deal. Sorry for my fat fingered downvote. Just off to your s8 thread to make amends
bbfb12313/05/2019 22:38

I'd assume they will send their contact details in the form of a invoice …I'd assume they will send their contact details in the form of a invoice included with your purchase. I'd imagine a store of this size will have a physical office available for contact buddy


I wouldn’t ‘assume’ anything, and after 3 months I don’t think eBay will help. They don’t even list the T&C’s of the 12 month warranty.
These guys are terrible. Both phones I had from them had replacement displays fitted badly. Tons of other HUKDers had the same (see old thread), cosmetic condition also poor. I suspect they are batch-buying grade D handsets and tarting them up with third-party bits. Don’t say we didn’t warn you - that’s why they’re cheap!
plewis0014/05/2019 00:26

These guys are terrible. Both phones I had from them had replacement …These guys are terrible. Both phones I had from them had replacement displays fitted badly. Tons of other HUKDers had the same (see old thread), cosmetic condition also poor. I suspect they are batch-buying grade D handsets and tarting them up with third-party bits. Don’t say we didn’t warn you - that’s why they’re cheap!


I suspect mine is changed to , how can you confirm it?
I bought one of Ebay recently from another seller. Outward Condition was excellent but when placing calls, the other party couldn’t hear me clearly, was very fuzzy. Had to send it back for refund, lucky it was within the 14 days returns policy.

Bought the Honor 8x from Argos Ebay store, looks really good and like brand new. I’m happy with it.
plewis0014/05/2019 00:26

These guys are terrible. Both phones I had from them had replacement …These guys are terrible. Both phones I had from them had replacement displays fitted badly. Tons of other HUKDers had the same (see old thread), cosmetic condition also poor. I suspect they are batch-buying grade D handsets and tarting them up with third-party bits. Don’t say we didn’t warn you - that’s why they’re cheap!


Did you buy a poor condition handset?
ussy199514/05/2019 00:37

Did you buy a poor condition handset?


No. And even if I had I wouldn’t have expected a display replacement that stuck up so far it was immediately noticeable and felt in the hand.

BoGoF14/05/2019 02:33

I suspect mine is changed to , how can you confirm it?


The glass has an odd sheen to it when the display is off, you can feel the edge is kind of sharp and it noticeably sticks up compared to an OEM one.
plewis0014/05/2019 00:26

These guys are terrible. Both phones I had from them had replacement …These guys are terrible. Both phones I had from them had replacement displays fitted badly. Tons of other HUKDers had the same (see old thread), cosmetic condition also poor. I suspect they are batch-buying grade D handsets and tarting them up with third-party bits. Don’t say we didn’t warn you - that’s why they’re cheap!


This x1000 - this company needs banning on HUKD, there are so many bad experiences on previous threads it's insane.

I had exactly the same experience, bought an iPhone from them, the screen was noticeably about 2mm proud of the frame when an original or decent replacement part would be flush. Customer services was rude and shot me down, claiming this was 'expected'.

They requested I post it back and they'd refund the cost, but 3 months on / 10 messages - I'm still waiting.
Above comments don’t sound promising. I’ve got a iPhone 7 32gb arriving this morning I ordered yesterday for £127 for my son. I was expecting to check the quality and return if not good. I’ll report back later once it’s arrived.
pete199314/05/2019 07:28

This x1000 - this company needs banning on HUKD, there are so many bad …This x1000 - this company needs banning on HUKD, there are so many bad experiences on previous threads it's insane.I had exactly the same experience, bought an iPhone from them, the screen was noticeably about 2mm proud of the frame when an original or decent replacement part would be flush. Customer services was rude and shot me down, claiming this was 'expected'.They requested I post it back and they'd refund the cost, but 3 months on / 10 messages - I'm still waiting.


They were rude to me and said the same but would take it back and I got a refund on both phones. Did force me to make the threat of eBay ‘not as described’. I agree they should be banned as many sellers have been for far less. Dread to think what silly repairs they’ve done on the S8 phones they’re selling, probably replacement back glass but no hope of any ingress protection. I’d also expect the 12 month warranty to be totally meaningless once the eBay returns period is over.

A2DY_14/05/2019 07:46

Above comments don’t sound promising. I’ve got a iPhone 7 32gb arriving thi …Above comments don’t sound promising. I’ve got a iPhone 7 32gb arriving this morning I ordered yesterday for £127 for my son. I was expecting to check the quality and return if not good. I’ll report back later once it’s arrived.


You might get lucky but doubt it as too many of us had major issues last time round. I bought an iPhone 7 32GB and 7 Plus from Music Magpie recently and was pleasantly surprised for the first time in a while, the 7 had a replaced glass but it got sent back for a refund fine, the 7 Plus was in decent condition with its original box.
Edited by: "plewis00" 14th May
Retro
bailey8714/05/2019 08:44

Retro


iPhone 7 (and 6s) are still cracking phones if you can get an unfettered one with a half decent battery - eg not from here.
Unfortunately, it appears eBay is full of rogue companies. I would never spend hundreds if not tens of pounds on an item without knowing it was reputable. Everything I have brought very cheap or substantially discounted has had problems or is fake.

Why risk it with a phone. Moreover, I’m staggered when watching even bidding items how many people pay close to what is available on a big retailer like Amazon. For example, my experience of watching camera lenses over a few months confirms this when viewing the completed price. The fact eBay does not even contain reviews in the same way that major online retailers is concerning given their market clout. Be very careful when parting or buying a phone from a third party company you don’t know or which constantly has bargain prices for premium goods.
Edited by: "scoutfinch47" 14th May
My experience with used or whatever you want to call them is there just that! Bought a pristine plus (like new) described iPhone 7 from another seller thinking worth paying the extra. Well I don’t know what standard these sellers have but it’s not mine. Came with a chip on the front glass corner. Fortunately, after a bit of a to-and-fro they took it back with free return.
For me, I’m not buying used/refurbished or any other description again on any phone, rather buy a cheaper budget one brand new.
plewis0014/05/2019 08:58

iPhone 7 (and 6s) are still cracking phones if you can get an unfettered …iPhone 7 (and 6s) are still cracking phones if you can get an unfettered one with a half decent battery - eg not from here.



add the SE to that list, cracking phone if you need a phone that fits in the pocket easily.
Got a iPhone 7 for work, I have looked after it - and its still a good preforming phone, I got the battery replaced end of last year under apples scheme so should get another year or so out of it
paulj4814/05/2019 09:28

add the SE to that list, cracking phone if you need a phone that fits in …add the SE to that list, cracking phone if you need a phone that fits in the pocket easily.


It is but I found recent iOS updates and apps are less adapted for the small screen as time goes on. Decent battery life too.
Jaybeam14/05/2019 09:08

My experience with used or whatever you want to call them is there just …My experience with used or whatever you want to call them is there just that! Bought a pristine plus (like new) described iPhone 7 from another seller thinking worth paying the extra. Well I don’t know what standard these sellers have but it’s not mine. Came with a chip on the front glass corner. Fortunately, after a bit of a to-and-fro they took it back with free return.For me, I’m not buying used/refurbished or any other description again on any phone, rather buy a cheaper budget one brand new.


Totally agree with this, these jokers idea of pristine is my idea of terrible. I had 2 different phones (very good condition)sent and both were banged up covered in scratches but with a brand new non apple screen. I managed to bag an open box one for just over £200 which was totally brand new. It’s worth scouring the other listings rather than buying from one of these guys unless your happy with sub par quality with end of life batteries and non genuine replacement parts.
oldino14/05/2019 10:42

Totally agree with this, these jokers idea of pristine is my idea of …Totally agree with this, these jokers idea of pristine is my idea of terrible. I had 2 different phones (very good condition)sent and both were banged up covered in scratches but with a brand new non apple screen. I managed to bag an open box one for just over £200 which was totally brand new. It’s worth scouring the other listings rather than buying from one of these guys unless your happy with sub par quality with end of life batteries and non genuine replacement parts.


I don’t even mind if the things are banged up as long as the battery is 80%+ but I insist on OEM parts - third-party replacement parts (battery, display or anything else), run a mile.
Edited by: "plewis00" 14th May
plewis0014/05/2019 00:26

These guys are terrible. Both phones I had from them had replacement …These guys are terrible. Both phones I had from them had replacement displays fitted badly. Tons of other HUKDers had the same (see old thread), cosmetic condition also poor. I suspect they are batch-buying grade D handsets and tarting them up with third-party bits. Don’t say we didn’t warn you - that’s why they’re cheap!


37644437-bXzka.jpgOver 1000 positive reviews. Can't fault that.
Adorablemunchkin14/05/2019 11:04

[Image] Over 1000 positive reviews. Can't fault that.


Seriously, that’s hardly a gauge is it. How many Chinese sellers do you see with 100k+ positive, also people who return stuff and get a refund are still inclined to leave positive feedback because the end result is ok for them. If you want to buy then feel free, people have warned you. Personally I’d buy from Music Magpie instead, the quality varies but at least it’s good more often than not.
What is the risk of buying a "good" quality iPhone from eBay only to find that the screen has been repaired with an OEM part?
For £179 there are literally tons of BRAND NEW phones with specs that trump what this phone has, it amazes me the lengths people go to, to own a phone with a logo of a bitten apple on it.
Heat for the price but a brand new Honor 8X for the same price blows such an outdated phone out the water
Edited by: "gg1pl" 14th May
plewis0014/05/2019 10:27

It is but I found recent iOS updates and apps are less adapted for the …It is but I found recent iOS updates and apps are less adapted for the small screen as time goes on. Decent battery life too.



I'm intrigued, what apps have you found less adapted for the slightly lower pixel count compared with the standard sized 7 or 8? I'm using an SE now and not found any apps where screen resolution has stopped me using it.
When you buy a used iPhone I'd recommend immediately downloading an app called testm. It's free and runs a number of tests - sound, screen, buttons, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS etc and will very quickly tell you if there's a hardware issue. Also update to latest software and check battery health in settings. Anything less than 90% and worth considering getting Apple to replace for £45. If no percentage shows then most likely has an non Apple battery in it. I know Music Magpie now seem to be replacing some batteries and putting their sticker on top. Nothing necessarily wrong with this but Apple won't touch it in the future.
I've bought a number of handsets from Music Magpie and can be a bit mixed. I'm sending one back today as the 3d touch didn't work on the touchscreen (iPhone 7). Testm app identified this straight away
Got a grade A iPhone 8 64gb for £275 from this seller yesterday for my Mum as she's finally decided to enter the world of smartphones, so hopefully that's OK; it should be arriving tomorrow. It's certainly a very good price.

I've previously used 'hitechelectronicsuk' on 2 previous selected seller deals (in December and March respectively) to buy 2 other grade A iPhone 8s (one for a friend, one for me) and both of those turned up in great condition, with original screens and 100% battery capacity remaining, so I'm hoping this WJD Store one will be similar but having read the comments on this thread I've now not got very high hopes. I'll update once it arrives.
George28714/05/2019 12:12

Got a grade A iPhone 8 64gb for £275 from this seller yesterday for my Mum …Got a grade A iPhone 8 64gb for £275 from this seller yesterday for my Mum as she's finally decided to enter the world of smartphones, so hopefully that's OK; it should be arriving tomorrow. It's certainly a very good price.I've previously used 'hitechelectronicsuk' on 2 previous selected seller deals (in December and March respectively) to buy 2 other grade A iPhone 8s (one for a friend, one for me) and both of those turned up in great condition, with original screens and 100% battery capacity remaining, so I'm hoping this WJD Store one will be similar but having read the comments on this thread I've now not got very high hopes. I'll update once it arrives.


For 275 I’d say don’t get your hopes up for a grade A seems quite a bit cheaper than the going rates around
tempus12114/05/2019 12:17

For 275 I’d say don’t get your hopes up for a grade A seems quite a bit che …For 275 I’d say don’t get your hopes up for a grade A seems quite a bit cheaper than the going rates around


I'm going to keep expectations fairly low. The full price before discount was £345, which is cheaper than Music Magpie's lowest grade iPhone 8. I'm hoping it's not just grade A because it's had a replacement third party screen. Before I got my iPhone 8 from hitechelectronics, I bought an iPhone 7 from XS Items, the first one wouldn't connect to WiFi reliably, so I returned it for a replacement, the replacement crashed and rebooted constantly, so I returned that one too, then the third replacement had a brand new third party screen. It looked great and was obviously completely unblemished, but unfortunately it had rubbish 3D Touch, so I returned it for a refund, then got my 8.
DingoDirk14/05/2019 11:27

What is the risk of buying a "good" quality iPhone from eBay only to find …What is the risk of buying a "good" quality iPhone from eBay only to find that the screen has been repaired with an OEM part?


People generally won't repair things with OEM parts, and if it's third-party you'll notice almost immediately.

James.Howlett14/05/2019 11:29

For £179 there are literally tons of BRAND NEW phones with specs that …For £179 there are literally tons of BRAND NEW phones with specs that trump what this phone has, it amazes me the lengths people go to, to own a phone with a logo of a bitten apple on it.


Shows a real misunderstanding of why someone would buy an iPhone 7 - it's not about the raw hardware (and the CPU is still plenty quick and faster than the 8X) but the operating system. I use both iPhone and Android but they're just different, so if someone wants an iPhone, there's no point in offering an Android handset even if it is technically better.


paulj4814/05/2019 11:37

I'm intrigued, what apps have you found less adapted for the slightly …I'm intrigued, what apps have you found less adapted for the slightly lower pixel count compared with the standard sized 7 or 8? I'm using an SE now and not found any apps where screen resolution has stopped me using it.


Can't remember but some when the keyboard appears some apps have a viewport of literally a third the screen as the rest is covered with crap like the keyboard, notification bar and other bits, the bigger phones seem to format better.
Edited by: "plewis00" 14th May
plewis0014/05/2019 12:52

People generally won't repair things with OEM parts, and if it's …People generally won't repair things with OEM parts, and if it's third-party you'll notice almost immediately.Shows a real misunderstanding of why someone would buy an iPhone 7 - it's not about the raw hardware (and the CPU is still plenty quick and faster than the 8X) but the operating system. I use both iPhone and Android but they're just different, so if someone wants an iPhone, there's no point in offering an Android handset even if it is technically better. Can't remember but some when the keyboard appears some apps have a viewport of literally a third the screen as the rest is covered with crap like the keyboard, notification bar and other bits, the bigger phones seem to format better.


Yes I understand that some people may want iOS rather than Android, but at the end of the day, they are both mobile devices with mobile OS's and basically do the same thing, please explain what an iPhone can do that an inexpensive Android device cannot ?
James.Howlett14/05/2019 13:17

Yes I understand that some people may want iOS rather than Android, but at …Yes I understand that some people may want iOS rather than Android, but at the end of the day, they are both mobile devices with mobile OS's and basically do the same thing, please explain what an iPhone can do that an inexpensive Android device cannot ?


Nothing really other than Apple specific stuff like FaceTime and iCloud - but it is a simpler, more streamlined OS with arguably better app support and less risk of malware, all things that are appealing to some users and worth paying for. For example, quickly emailing images and resizing them for editing on the PC is a nuisance from my S9 but on the iPhone it’s a relatively quick and simple process.
James.Howlett14/05/2019 13:17

Yes I understand that some people may want iOS rather than Android, but at …Yes I understand that some people may want iOS rather than Android, but at the end of the day, they are both mobile devices with mobile OS's and basically do the same thing, please explain what an iPhone can do that an inexpensive Android device cannot ?


The same could be said for cars/TVs/clothes etc. People have different tastes and preferences, if everyone wanted the same thing there would be no choices.
George28714/05/2019 12:44

I'm going to keep expectations fairly low. The full price before discount …I'm going to keep expectations fairly low. The full price before discount was £345, which is cheaper than Music Magpie's lowest grade iPhone 8. I'm hoping it's not just grade A because it's had a replacement third party screen. Before I got my iPhone 8 from hitechelectronics, I bought an iPhone 7 from XS Items, the first one wouldn't connect to WiFi reliably, so I returned it for a replacement, the replacement crashed and rebooted constantly, so I returned that one too, then the third replacement had a brand new third party screen. It looked great and was obviously completely unblemished, but unfortunately it had rubbish 3D Touch, so I returned it for a refund, then got my 8.


Fingers crossed for you that your one of the lucky ones and you just got a cracking deal.
plewis0014/05/2019 11:09

Seriously, that’s hardly a gauge is it. How many Chinese sellers do you s …Seriously, that’s hardly a gauge is it. How many Chinese sellers do you see with 100k+ positive, also people who return stuff and get a refund are still inclined to leave positive feedback because the end result is ok for them. If you want to buy then feel free, people have warned you. Personally I’d buy from Music Magpie instead, the quality varies but at least it’s good more often than not.


I'd trust 1000 reviews that have a verified purchase over the one negative one that we don't even know if they actuely bought a phone from the same company or not.
Adorablemunchkin14/05/2019 14:30

I'd trust 1000 reviews that have a verified purchase over the one negative …I'd trust 1000 reviews that have a verified purchase over the one negative one that we don't even know if they actuely bought a phone from the same company or not.


And that’s fine. Just don’t come and complain when the low-grade replacement screen fails (as they all do) and you can’t contact them for warranty because you’re out of days with eBay. Also, everyone knows eBay feedback is not representative of anything any more since eBay meddled with it - if anything it’s a retaliation tool for buyers and sellers manipulate it too with discounts for feedback and begging not to leave bad feedback if you want refunds - eBay is a mess and prime hunting grounds for sellers like this.
I phone 7 nearly all of them have microphone problems. Check Google before you buy this
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text