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Refurbished Grade A Google Pixel 2 - 64GB, White - Unlocked Pristine £216 after code @ Music Magpie on eBay
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Refurbished Grade A Google Pixel 2 - 64GB, White - Unlocked Pristine £216 after code @ Music Magpie on eBay

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Refreshed 14th Oct 2019 (Posted 14th Oct 2019)

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Pristine, may include original box if you're lucky, lucky you if you can put up with bezels, otherwise great compact camera phone with 1 year warranty by seller, likely a few months by Google too
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Decent price in my opinion. Won't get a better camera phone for this money
adamderak14/10/2019 19:25

Decent price in my opinion. Won't get a better camera phone for this money


You need some courage apparently, to make a positive comment on this deal, against the freezing tide

Thanks Adam
Bad price or frowny faces because already posted in batch deal?
Meathotukdeals14/10/2019 21:13

Bad price or frowny faces because already posted in batch deal?


I would say the majority would take their chance on much cheaper "good" condition ones.
Edited by: "TheOak" 14th Oct 2019
Meathotukdeals14/10/2019 21:13

Bad price or frowny faces because already posted in batch deal?


Not quite, that was grade C
TheOak14/10/2019 21:22

I would say the majority would take their chance on much cheaper "good" …I would say the majority would take their chance on much cheaper "good" condition ones.


Grade C = high-risk strategy. Not very smart imo, to expect good condition (even though many sellers, misleadingly, call C grade 'good')

Grade B (Pixel 3 deal for around £300)= the same, but you can get lucky: maybe a reasonable chance from some sellers, of that happening
Edited by: "xavierluther" 14th Oct 2019
TheOak14/10/2019 21:22

I would say the majority would take their chance on much cheaper "good" …I would say the majority would take their chance on much cheaper "good" condition ones.


Many will become victims of marketing, sorry to say. But no big deal normally, item is sent back, sometimes even at seller's expense
xavierluther14/10/2019 21:59

Grade C = high-risk strategy. Not very smart imo, to expect good condition …Grade C = high-risk strategy. Not very smart imo, to expect good condition (even though many sellers, misleadingly, call C grade 'good')Grade B (Pixel 3 deal for around £300)= the same, but you can get lucky: maybe a reasonable chance from some sellers, of that happening


Just explaining why I think it is so cold. I have bought around 10-15 phones, mostly from musicmagpie, and mostly their lowest rated ones. Every single one has been borderline perfect condition - I've never had the slightest inclination to return one.

Its possible that I have just been lucky, and I admit my sample size isn't extreme, but I know from comments on here that others have shared that experience.
TheOak15/10/2019 10:08

Just explaining why I think it is so cold. I have bought around 10-15 …Just explaining why I think it is so cold. I have bought around 10-15 phones, mostly from musicmagpie, and mostly their lowest rated ones. Every single one has been borderline perfect condition - I've never had the slightest inclination to return one.Its possible that I have just been lucky, and I admit my sample size isn't extreme, but I know from comments on here that others have shared that experience.


Fine, thanks for sharing, HUKD is also full of reports of people getting worse condition than expected from MM on grade Cs ('good') and from other sellers too. I personally dislike high-risk strategies, I'm also not a pauper so not forced to use them
xavierluther15/10/2019 10:28

Fine, thanks for sharing, HUKD is also full of reports of people getting …Fine, thanks for sharing, HUKD is also full of reports of people getting worse condition than expected from MM on grade Cs ('good') and from other sellers too. I personally dislike high-risk strategies, I'm also not a pauper so not forced to use them


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