Hisense H43M3000 43" 4K UHD TV SMART Black / Silver Graded Boxed Item £225 + £10 Delivery  @ Ebay Sold By Valley_IT Electronics
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Hisense H43M3000 43" 4K UHD TV SMART Black / Silver Graded Boxed Item £225 + £10 Delivery @ Ebay Sold By Valley_IT Electronics

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Found 2nd Aug 2016
Hisense H43M3000 4K UHD 43"

Graded Box and full 12 month warranty

Taken from the description "This is a new graded, original packaging Hisense H43M3000 43″ 4K UHD TV SMART. This item is from boxed damaged products and is in very good condition with foil on the frames and no marks. TV has been tested by our on-site technicians and it is working properly."

There is alot of info about this on a previous deal when it was £299 at argos hotukdeals.com/dea…161

I have just submitted an offer and they countere with £220.

Grab yourself a bargain 3 left at the time of posting.
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I dont know who edited the thread but it is not a refurb, its a graded box item.
What grade then
Taken from the description "This is a new graded, original packaging Hisense H43M3000 43″ 4K UHD TV SMART. This item is from boxed damaged products and is in very good condition with foil on the frames and no marks. TV has been tested by our on-site technicians and it is working properly."
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I dont know who edited the thread but it is not a refurb, its a graded … I dont know who edited the thread but it is not a refurb, its a graded box item.



does state "seller refurbished" under condition
They opened it, switched it on, then repackaged it. That sounds like 2nd hand to me..
During the original process of manufacture the sets are switched on, tested and packaged.

No different really.
Listing ended.

This was a bargain for sure.
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During the original process of manufacture the sets are switched on, … During the original process of manufacture the sets are switched on, tested and packaged.No different really.



not really. they must of tested it for a reason at the retailer. usually they just send them out unopened. manufacturers obviously need to test them before boxing them up and shipping them out but they should then remain unopened until the buyer sets it up at home.

so you have to wonder what that reason was, i certainly wouldn't pay anywhere near full price for such a set.
In this case you are not paying anywhere near it.
Would never buy TV off eBay, because i fear it would muddle your SOGA/CPA rights for the fact that you're not contracting directly with with the retailer but via eBay acting as a proxy instead.

Although Im happy to be proved wrong if there's case law of someone successfully suing an eBay seller under the six year fit for purpose rule...
some more just come up for sale - one left in stock at time of commenting
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