ASUS ROG SWIFT Curved PG348Q - Used - Very Good @ Amazon Warehouse
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ASUS ROG SWIFT Curved PG348Q - Used - Very Good @ Amazon Warehouse

£637.82Amazon Deals
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Found 21st Nov
Cracking deal with the 20% off deal on Amazon Marketplace. The discount is applied once you proceed to the point just before you buy!

This monitor is £900+ new

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1 or 2 pixels missing. Scratches on front of item (less than 3.5 cm. x 3.5 cm.). Scratches on top of item (less than 3.5 cm. x 3.5 cm.). Scratches on sides of item (less than 3.5 cm. x 3.5 cm.). Small scratches on bottom of item (less than 3.5 cm. x 3.5 cm.). Small scratches on back of item (less than 1 in. x 1 in.). Small scratches on screen (less than 0.6 cm. x 0.6 cm.). Item will come in original packaging. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy






..... would not risk that.
Edited by: "snappyfish" 21st Nov
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1 or 2 pixels missing. Scratches on front of item (less than 3.5 cm. x 3.5 cm.). Scratches on top of item (less than 3.5 cm. x 3.5 cm.). Scratches on sides of item (less than 3.5 cm. x 3.5 cm.). Small scratches on bottom of item (less than 3.5 cm. x 3.5 cm.). Small scratches on back of item (less than 1 in. x 1 in.). Small scratches on screen (less than 0.6 cm. x 0.6 cm.). Item will come in original packaging. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy






..... would not risk that.
Edited by: "snappyfish" 21st Nov

Lol, people fck up the monitor and can still return it? Thanks amazon lol

serboom6 m ago

Lol, people fck up the monitor and can still return it? Thanks amazon lol




I bought a monitor from them that came scratched and dead pixels included. Brand new. It's the fact they receive them back and re-sell them that gets me
Edited by: "rev6" 21st Nov

Sorry op these will be likely returns with dead pixels and very bad bleed and glow

I received a monitor today that genuinely belongs in a skip, the screen was full of fixed red pixels and it had a hand sized image burned in the centre of the screen. On a happier note i did end uip with a GTX1080 for £310 .

I just bought a 'Used - Good' Aoc Agon AG322QCX from Amazon and it was described as scratches on front, back, sides everywhere. Unboxed and set it up yesterday and it is MINT. The box had taken a fair beating mind you but monitor and cables were as new. Always worth a punt on Warehouse deals as you've nothing to lose and everything to gain IF you get a good price. If what you get does indeed have scratches etc then just return it.

Bought this monitor month or so ago, best thing I bought in a while !

GMac1116 m ago

I just bought a 'Used - Good' Aoc Agon AG322QCX from Amazon and it was …I just bought a 'Used - Good' Aoc Agon AG322QCX from Amazon and it was described as scratches on front, back, sides everywhere. Unboxed and set it up yesterday and it is MINT. The box had taken a fair beating mind you but monitor and cables were as new. Always worth a punt on Warehouse deals as you've nothing to lose and everything to gain IF you get a good price. If what you get does indeed have scratches etc then just return it.


Yeah, don't get me wrong I have a 12 month old Acer X34 I paid £550 yes £550 last year! in Amazon warehouse clearance last year, but it was boxed used return - No damage.

GMac1136 m ago

I just bought a 'Used - Good' Aoc Agon AG322QCX from Amazon and it was …I just bought a 'Used - Good' Aoc Agon AG322QCX from Amazon and it was described as scratches on front, back, sides everywhere. Unboxed and set it up yesterday and it is MINT. The box had taken a fair beating mind you but monitor and cables were as new. Always worth a punt on Warehouse deals as you've nothing to lose and everything to gain IF you get a good price. If what you get does indeed have scratches etc then just return it.



yeah It seems warehouse description is pretty random, i assume when they say "scratch in font of items, comes in original packaging" actually meant scratch on the box? atleast all the items i got is brand new

Just to add my 2 cents.

I bought an Asus PG279Q when the 20% reductions went live and cost me £477 after discount. The description was “used like new”. I’ve had my eye on the monitor and it’s Acer equivalent for a while and took a punt as I would have bought one sooner or later, if there was an issue I’d just return it. Received today and while it looks like it has been taken out of the box and turned on, it was pristine condition and stickers still attached. I checked for dead pixels and the infamous backlight bleed but it was fine apart from the expected IPS glow and no worse than the 4K Samsung monitor its replacing. I suspect whoever returned it thought the glow was backlight bleed and it always looks ten times worse in photos than to the naked eye.

I also picked up a Logitech G900 keyboard (£75) “used-very good 1-2 pixels missing”?! which while needed a wipe down was otherwise perfect and a Seagate 2TB internal HD (£43) “used-like new” which was still sealed.

All in all very happy. I think if you don’t set the bar too high and the fact that returns are straight forward if it doesn’t turn out to be to your expectations you’ve got nothing to lose.
Edited by: "roomy25" 21st Nov

RedRain4 h, 47 m ago

Sorry op these will be likely returns with dead pixels and very bad bleed …Sorry op these will be likely returns with dead pixels and very bad bleed and glow


yeah this really sucks. i ordered a brand new wifi router last year, it came configured with some dudes SSID and password. When I reviewed it and said it had been used, amazon removed my review.

mtc16 h, 25 m ago

I received a monitor today that genuinely belongs in a skip, the screen …I received a monitor today that genuinely belongs in a skip, the screen was full of fixed red pixels and it had a hand sized image burned in the centre of the screen. On a happier note i did end uip with a GTX1080 for £310 .


GTX 1080 for £310 how exactly?! O.o

I bought this exact same model last year also during the 20% promotions for £376.

The description back then was also:
"Condition: Used - Very Good - Scratches on front of item (less than 3.5 cm. x 3.5 cm.). Scratches on top of item (less than 3.5 cm. x 3.5 cm.). Scratches on sides of item (less than 3.5 cm. x 3.5 cm.). Small scratches on back of item (less than 1 in. x 1 in.). Item will come in original packaging. Packaging will be damaged. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy."

When I opened the box the monitor was brand new apart from what I believed was a scuff in a corner of the screen. I tried rubbing it with an eraser and found it wasn't a scuff but was some residue from the specification stickers that were still attached to the front of the monitor.

One of the bargains from the last year and made me sell the £268 like new Dell U3415W 34-Inch that I also got for 20% off the month before that which was advertised as:
"Condition: Used - Very Good - Item is without scratches. Accessories may have cosmetic damage. Item will come in original packaging. Packaging may be damaged but fully protect the product.. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy."

I have found that as long as the item is described as Very Good or better then there is a good chance the item is actually like new. If you're unhappy with it then just return it.

There were a couple of LG ultra-wides that did end up being in worse conditions and were heavily scratched on the bezels, but were around a third off RRP. I decided that these were only good enough to be used as monitors at work.

narutorulez5 h, 52 m ago

GTX 1080 for £310 how exactly?! O.o


Ordered like new for £369, arrived not like new - damaged box, few bits missing. Quick chat with CS and a further £60 discount.
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