Benq xl2411 144hz Gaming monitor (Like New) £157.49 Amazon Warehouse deals
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Benq xl2411 144hz Gaming monitor (Like New) £157.49 Amazon Warehouse deals

£157.49Amazon Deals
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Found 21st Nov
Amazon Warehouse deals;
Like New - 196.87 - 20% = 157.49

Lower prices available too for Very Good etc.

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For those who don't know, it's a TN panel.

Maybe it's just me, but I'm yet to have a good experience buying a monitor from Warehouse Deals. They all seem to have been returned for good reason, such as a ton of backlight bleed. I received a "Like New" XB271HU this morning and it was the worst effort yet, with the panel being completely destroyed due to an impact on the screen. There was no visible damage to the outer coating, yet the panel itself was toast with the classic signs of an impact in the top right. No way it happened during shipping to me either, as the panel was completely encased in polystyrene and couldn't possibly have received such a blow.

It seems like Amazon don't actually turn these things on to see if they work when they receive them back and just look at the physical condition. Think I've learned my lesson at this point.
Edited by: "Aretak" 21st Nov

Aretak28 m ago

Maybe it's just me, but I'm yet to have a good experience buying a …Maybe it's just me, but I'm yet to have a good experience buying a monitor from Warehouse Deals. They all seem to have been returned for good reason, such as a ton of backlight bleed. I received a "Like New" XB271HU this morning and it was the worst effort yet, with the panel being completely destroyed due to an impact on the screen. There was no visible damage to the outer coating, yet the panel itself was toast with the classic signs of an impact in the top right. No way it happened during shipping to me either, as the panel was completely encased in polystyrene and couldn't possibly have received such a blow. It seems like Amazon don't actually turn these things on to see if they work when they receive them back and just look at the physical condition. Think I've learned my lesson at this point.



This. Been through a few amazon warehouse monitors and they have all been dreadful (dead pixels, back light bleed, other issues).

Things with screens simply aren't worth bothering with really for warehouse stuff as they will likely all have an issue. Best things to buy are things like gpu's or ram (ie that other work or don't).

Aretak30 m ago

Maybe it's just me, but I'm yet to have a good experience buying a …Maybe it's just me, but I'm yet to have a good experience buying a monitor from Warehouse Deals. They all seem to have been returned for good reason, such as a ton of backlight bleed. I received a "Like New" XB271HU this morning and it was the worst effort yet, with the panel being completely destroyed due to an impact on the screen. There was no visible damage to the outer coating, yet the panel itself was toast with the classic signs of an impact in the top right. No way it happened during shipping to me either, as the panel was completely encased in polystyrene and couldn't possibly have received such a blow. It seems like Amazon don't actually turn these things on to see if they work when they receive them back and just look at the physical condition. Think I've learned my lesson at this point.


I bought my current monitor (Acer XF240H) "As New" from Warehouse Deals and it has so far been absolutely perfect. The "minor cosmetic imperfections" that were described are hardly noticeable in real life, and the monitor itself performs as expected. Maybe I got lucky I guess.

Aretak39 m ago

Maybe it's just me, but I'm yet to have a good experience buying a …Maybe it's just me, but I'm yet to have a good experience buying a monitor from Warehouse Deals. They all seem to have been returned for good reason, such as a ton of backlight bleed. I received a "Like New" XB271HU this morning and it was the worst effort yet, with the panel being completely destroyed due to an impact on the screen. There was no visible damage to the outer coating, yet the panel itself was toast with the classic signs of an impact in the top right. No way it happened during shipping to me either, as the panel was completely encased in polystyrene and couldn't possibly have received such a blow. It seems like Amazon don't actually turn these things on to see if they work when they receive them back and just look at the physical condition. Think I've learned my lesson at this point.


The only time I ever returned an Amazon warehouse(Like New) item and it was a monitor, Benq as well, I plugged it in and the screen had a massive shattered screen affect, turned it off and it had a dent in the area, like it had been struck with a hammer. It was very well packaged and had obviously been struck when outside the box.
Edited by: "jaybizzle" 21st Nov

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hanpan99941 m ago

I bought my current monitor (Acer XF240H) "As New" from Warehouse Deals …I bought my current monitor (Acer XF240H) "As New" from Warehouse Deals and it has so far been absolutely perfect. The "minor cosmetic imperfections" that were described are hardly noticeable in real life, and the monitor itself performs as expected. Maybe I got lucky I guess.



I agree. I've had two like new monitors from Amazon and no problems whatsoever and the latter is still my current monitor.

Hot if you like a cheap monitor with minor faults

BUT can anybody find me a sexy 24inch QHD monitor?

Is a freesync one not better though as this won't sync the frames from a GPU to your monitor

Looking at the pic, I can't say I'm surprised it's a return. Having the screen at that angle all the time would drive me nuts!

satchef13 h, 30 m ago

Looking at the pic, I can't say I'm surprised it's a return. Having the …Looking at the pic, I can't say I'm surprised it's a return. Having the screen at that angle all the time would drive me nuts!


You're most likely joking, but I hope you realize it supports rotating.

I've just literally returned a warehouse monitor. Rated very good. Was terrible.

Toybhoy21st Nov

I've just literally returned a warehouse monitor. Rated very good. Was …I've just literally returned a warehouse monitor. Rated very good. Was terrible.


Was it a curved samsung one? As ive just returned one also!

seabee055 m ago

Was it a curved samsung one? As ive just returned one also!


It was a LG 29" ultra wide. Was absolutely terrible condition. Scratches everywhere. Missing stand. Crack on screen. Was only £20 cheaper than new before discount.

How bad was yours?

it hurts that my main monitor is only 75hz...
hot

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timidluke3 h, 26 m ago

it hurts that my main monitor is only 75hz...hot



1 left if you want to almost double those hz

obieza6 m ago

1 left if you want to almost double those hz


it's my birthday too, yano if any sugar daddies read this
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