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Apple Watch Series 3 - 38mm Space Grey/Silver - Grade B £121.59 @ stockmustgo /eBay
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Apple Watch Series 3 - 38mm Space Grey/Silver - Grade B £121.59 @ stockmustgo /eBay

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PRODUCT GRADING
  • Grade B - Product may have some minor marks to the case.
  • May come in Non-Original Box
  • 12 Month Warranty!

WHAT IS IN THE BOX
  • Apple Watch Series 3
  • USB Charging Cable
  • May come in Non-Original Box
  • 12 MONTHS WARRANTY
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That's stupidly cheap ..
HankHandsome21/02/2020 08:44

That's stupidly cheap ..


Cheap for a reason. Will be scratched all over and battery life will be so short, it won't last a day. My personal experience with same company. Was returned back, just waste of time.
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The resale value of Apple phones and watches has reduced massively in the last year or so, there is a raft of cheap used iPhones and watches at the moment.

I wonder what has changed?
deleted241043721/02/2020 09:05

The resale value of Apple phones and watches has reduced massively in the …The resale value of Apple phones and watches has reduced massively in the last year or so, there is a raft of cheap used iPhones and watches at the moment.I wonder what has changed?


Thats because just released iPhones price starts nearly 1k, but there always be Apple fans who happy to pay full asking price. Anyways, Apple products keeps value the best, compared to Samsung or others.
HankHandsome21/02/2020 08:44

That's stupidly cheap ..



Not as cheap as the £110.00 'Opened - Never Used' immaculate ones on eBay a couple of weeks ago from an authorised Apple reseller (they had 30 Space Grey and 30 Silver but all gone now though I'm afraid).
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Rimi21/02/2020 09:40

Thats because just released iPhones price starts nearly 1k, but there …Thats because just released iPhones price starts nearly 1k, but there always be Apple fans who happy to pay full asking price. Anyways, Apple products keeps value the best, compared to Samsung or others.


That answer doesn't make any sense, I know Apple stuff is generally more expensive, However tradionally they depreciated less % wise than other brands, recently this doesn't seem to be the case. Take this watch it was once £329 rrp, here were are seeing them for a third of that just two years later, that loss is more than the Samsung equivalent cost in its entirety. Same with the recent iPhone 8 deals posted.
robertr21/02/2020 09:45

Not as cheap as the £110.00 'Opened - Never Used' immaculate ones on eBay …Not as cheap as the £110.00 'Opened - Never Used' immaculate ones on eBay a couple of weeks ago from an authorised Apple reseller (they had 30 Space Grey and 30 Silver but all gone now though I'm afraid).


Nice. I'm torn about getting one though. I've got my Pebble Time which I love and which still has a good 8-10 days battery life in it as well but there are elements of the Apple Watch that appeal to me. Since the Pebbles switched over to Rebble, they've (obviously) lost a little bit of functionality with canned replies to SMS messages as well as properly checking some emails.

But then there's the massively reduced battery life as well at around 2 days for the average user (which i'd be).
HankHandsome21/02/2020 10:08

Nice. I'm torn about getting one though. I've got my Pebble Time which …Nice. I'm torn about getting one though. I've got my Pebble Time which I love and which still has a good 8-10 days battery life in it as well but there are elements of the Apple Watch that appeal to me. Since the Pebbles switched over to Rebble, they've (obviously) lost a little bit of functionality with canned replies to SMS messages as well as properly checking some emails.But then there's the massively reduced battery life as well at around 2 days for the average user (which i'd be).



Charges quick, however if not wearing while sleeping then charge it then. Personally I wouldn't go for a Grade B product.
For that price, you can’t really argue. Have ordered the 42mm and if the quality isn’t great, I’ll return it. Fingers crossed it is decent though!
robertr21/02/2020 10:11

Charges quick, however if not wearing while sleeping then charge it then. …Charges quick, however if not wearing while sleeping then charge it then. Personally I wouldn't go for a Grade B product.


I have no issues with graded products. I've bought many over the years and had no problems - my Nvidia Shield was a Grade B from CEX and it's been perfect for years.

If I could get one of those Series 3's for £110 again then i'd definitely bite at that price i think.
deleted241043721/02/2020 09:05

The resale value of Apple phones and watches has reduced massively in the …The resale value of Apple phones and watches has reduced massively in the last year or so, there is a raft of cheap used iPhones and watches at the moment.I wonder what has changed?


Is it something to do with Apple reducing the trade in value of devices?

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I had mine delivered from the same company yesterday and yes, it does have a few scratches but none that are visible with screen lit. Currently testing the battery life before I decide if I keep it.
rredwin21/02/2020 12:32

I had mine delivered from the same company yesterday and yes, it does have …I had mine delivered from the same company yesterday and yes, it does have a few scratches but none that are visible with screen lit. Currently testing the battery life before I decide if I keep it.


My brand new Series 3 from a few months ago can only really do a day and a half. I charge it every night as a result, as having it die halfway through the day is annoying.
I'd say as long as it lasts through the day with a little bit juice left at the end, it's good.
deleted241043721/02/2020 09:05

The resale value of Apple phones and watches has reduced massively in the …The resale value of Apple phones and watches has reduced massively in the last year or so, there is a raft of cheap used iPhones and watches at the moment.I wonder what has changed?



Something to with the fact that the Series 4 Nike version with cellular is £319 brand new?
Stripedew21/02/2020 12:40

My brand new Series 3 from a few months ago can only really do a day and a …My brand new Series 3 from a few months ago can only really do a day and a half. I charge it every night as a result, as having it die halfway through the day is annoying.I'd say as long as it lasts through the day with a little bit juice left at the end, it's good.


If I can get through a whole day without having to charge it that will do me, don’t mind charging it overnight.
Bought iPhone from them, was faulty, with random messages "no sim card" and battery cycle count was 437 by CoconutBattery, so returned back. Watch was scratched, had strange gimmick, when charging at night was dinging every 40 mins, like just connected charger. Battery life was poor, and if charged all night, it was 8% in the evening with minimal usage. Was also returned back. Worst experiences with this seller.
For those that are interested, battery life from a full charge this time yesterday currently sits at 40%. Would say it’s been light use (no listening to music or doing a workout) but have been playing about with it, so I’m really happy with that.
robertr21/02/2020 09:45

Not as cheap as the £110.00 'Opened - Never Used' immaculate ones on eBay …Not as cheap as the £110.00 'Opened - Never Used' immaculate ones on eBay a couple of weeks ago from an authorised Apple reseller (they had 30 Space Grey and 30 Silver but all gone now though I'm afraid).


Got a link to that seller please? Will keep eye out
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