Apple iPhone X in Space Grey with 256GB Storage (Refurbished A1 PRISTINE Condition) - £949 @ Laptops Direct
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Apple iPhone X in Space Grey with 256GB Storage (Refurbished A1 PRISTINE Condition) - £949 @ Laptops Direct

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Found 13th Feb
Just seen this, and think it is a very cool deal, get the top of the range Apple iPhone X for £949 in the 256GB version!

Usually very hard to get hold of a cheap or discounted iPhone, when it is the latest top of the range model... However here is an opportunity to save £200 (based on a new model), by buying a Refurbished model in A1 Pristine condition!

You can sit there very smug knowing you have saved £200, while other people have paid full price for the same phone, while your phone will look like it is new.

Remember this is 256GB version and NOT the 64GB version which retails for the same price on the Apple website.
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You crazy posting a deal like this
how smug can you feel knowing you dropped a grand on a second hand phone?
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You crazy posting a deal like this
Cold. Better deal a month ago...£749.97
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Edited by: "amalique" 13th Feb
how smug can you feel knowing you dropped a grand on a second hand phone?
lucas10 m ago

You crazy posting a deal like this


Why?!?!?!

You're saving 200 smackers, on a brand new version.

Very hard to buy refurbished or get discounts on such a new phone like this.

My mobile phone insurance have written off my Redmi Note 4X, after smashing the screen... Just waiting for them to payout, and I'm getting this!

teame.trevski8 m ago

how smug can you feel knowing you dropped a grand on a second hand phone?


Cause you saved £200!

I doubt their second hand or used, the phone was only released 2 months ago. Probably just people who've changed their minds and returned them, and then sweeps in Lamb Chops Direct to offer them with this saving!

amalique8 m ago

Cold. Better deal a month ago...£749.97[Image]


Yeah but these are not just A1, these are A1 PRISTINE!
Edited by: "g-diddy" 13th Feb
Its your money but a grand on a second hand or new phone is not a deal for me. Voted cold
I would want a bigger discount for buying this 2nd hand regardless of condition its still 2nd hand i think their is a deal on at very for 10% but at least its new phones for over 1k madness
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You call this a deal for nearly a grand refurbished?? Cold
Nearly a f-ing grand for a second hand refurb phone what a idiot trying to defend this deal madness !
An Apple fanatic buying second hand?

Oh the shame
A grand for a second hand phone, do you think people are idiots!
Ah just realised its an apple phone...
Edited by: "lumsdot" 14th Feb
Is it just me with my tiny 64gb phone that struggles to see what on earth you need 256gb for? I'll take the holiday instead please...
Merlin00114th Feb

Is it just me with my tiny 64gb phone that struggles to see what on earth …Is it just me with my tiny 64gb phone that struggles to see what on earth you need 256gb for? I'll take the holiday instead please...


Put an SD card in it, oh wait I haven't thought that through have I?
Thanks g-diddy, I needed a laugh this morning!
I know a multi-millionaire who likes to buy nice quality items, but second-hand, where possible. He bought an Aston Martin which was a few months old to save some money.
It's often worthwhile observing the habits of the rich. Success leaves clues.
I have been thinking what would be a good rule of thumb for how much to spend on a phone. For example, no more than £100-£200 plus 1% of your income. That would mean £350 maximum for £15k income and £950 maximum for £75k income. Or perhaps, a business phone should generate 100 times its value. Any thoughts on this idea?
This would have to be cold based on the fact that the same company were selling this exact same item for £749 a month ago.
I'm all for saving money on Apple devices, but you'd be better off finding a reputable seller on ebay selling a new one for less money than this.
You could have bought a orchard for less
waterloo2 h, 31 m ago

You could have bought a orchard for less



No you couldn't. Land is very expensive. As are trees mature enough to grow Apples.
But I get your point.
Looking at the cold score....lol...why did they even post this....pmsl
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