HTC 10 SIM FREE "used" - like new (ie new return) - £396.81 @ amazon warehouse
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HTC 10 SIM FREE "used" - like new (ie new return) - £396.81 @ amazon warehouse

£396.81Amazon Deals
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Found 26th Apr 2017
Will be brand new return - grab a "bargain" - can always return for free if not new!
Scroll down the list to "like new" listings.

LIKE NEW = USER RETURNED SEALED 99% OF THE TIME!

CHEAPEST AVAILABLE TODAY.

Sainsburys sold out and cost more. Cold votes - where is it cheaper please?
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The 'used like new' item is £430. Least, that's what I'm seeing.

Edit: just seen it. My mistake. Still, for £400 I'd be more tempted to see if I could find a 'used like new' Google Pixel doing the rounds. Surely the better long-term bet.
Edited by: "pazuzu17" 26th Apr 2017
pazuzu17

The 'used like new' item is £430. Least, that's what I'm seeing.Edit: … The 'used like new' item is £430. Least, that's what I'm seeing.Edit: just seen it. My mistake. Still, for £400 I'd be more tempted to see if I could find a 'used like new' Google Pixel doing the rounds. Surely the better long-term bet.




If you can find one...
LOL - Cheaper than the Sainsbury deal yet that one got loads of heat this one gets negative. Go figure.
Babbler

LOL - Cheaper than the Sainsbury deal yet that one got loads of heat this … LOL - Cheaper than the Sainsbury deal yet that one got loads of heat this one gets negative. Go figure.



Sainsburys deal was for a new phone wasn't it?
add £3 and buy new one haha, syper cold from me
Babbler

If you can find one...



eBay perhaps?
Babbler

LOL - Cheaper than the Sainsbury deal yet that one got loads of heat this … LOL - Cheaper than the Sainsbury deal yet that one got loads of heat this one gets negative. Go figure.


That was New
This isn't
zizzles

I just want to know what they said in the Sainsbury's store when you … I just want to know what they said in the Sainsbury's store when you asked for a second hand phone




This WONT BE second hand - guess people dont use amazon warehouse. There is a small % chance it will be but its free returns.

I have bought lots of used - like new and usually they are brand new sealed items.
rodman

add £3 and buy new one haha, syper cold from me




THIS IS NEW! Just amazon cant say its new as its USER RETURN SEALED.
Babbler

THIS IS NEW! Just amazon cant say its new as its USER RETURN SEALED.


IT'S USER RETURN - NOT NEW!!!
there is a distinct difference. Well done you if you're happy to accept this, but as you can see many people aren't
mrew42

IT'S USER RETURN - NOT NEW!!!there is a distinct difference. Well done … IT'S USER RETURN - NOT NEW!!!there is a distinct difference. Well done you if you're happy to accept this, but as you can see many people aren't



Fair enough - however I dont see how user return which hasnt been opened is really any different to new. But hey... Im just not that picky about it!! (especially when Sainsburys are oos).
Edited by: "Babbler" 26th Apr 2017
Babbler

Fair enough - however I dont see how user return which hasnt been opened … Fair enough - however I dont see how user return which hasnt been opened is really any different to new. But hey... Im just not that picky about it!! (especially when Sainsburys are oos).



There are some issues related to amazon warehouse items (warranty wise). Since it's a used (even if it's not opened) product, you are covered only by amazon warehouse warranty, and not by manufacturer's. If I am not wrong amazon warehouse's is shorter.
alekc

There are some issues related to amazon warehouse items (warranty wise). … There are some issues related to amazon warehouse items (warranty wise). Since it's a used (even if it's not opened) product, you are covered only by amazon warehouse warranty, and not by manufacturer's. If I am not wrong amazon warehouse's is shorter.




Nope - covered fully... had issues before with a product and it was replaced with no problems. But not tried it with a phone.
Been a while since there has been a post from an Amazon fanboy. I just cannot understand why people are so obsessed with Amazon - just as good/bad as any other online retailer. Personally would much rather buy from someone who uses DPB for deliveries - especially for high ticket items, Amazon might well drop it off to someone 100 yards down the road who you have never met before.
Someone liked the deal as all gone now.
Babbler

This WONT BE second hand - guess people dont use amazon warehouse. There … This WONT BE second hand - guess people dont use amazon warehouse. There is a small % chance it will be but its free returns. I have bought lots of used - like new and usually they are brand new sealed items.



IT WILL be second hand otherwise it wouldn't be sold as a Warehouse deal!

Jesus some folks don't understand what's classed as second hand these days. To enlighten you, if someone opens the box and breaks any manufacturers seal the product is second hand. Yes it may not have been used but it's still not technically brand new.

Add to that the FACT that warehouse deals are a lottery and you can get used, damaged or items missing it's not a sure fire guarantee you'll get something immaculate and complete no matter how much you personally vouch for Amazon.

As an example of my recent experiences, which you'll no doubt argue aren't relevant, I purchased a 28" monitor via warehouse deals, described as damaged box but item has no marks and is complete, and it was as described. Albeit it was definitely used even if briefly. Just last weekend I had delivered a high end bluray player described again as box damaged but item as new - this time around it arrived in an immaculate box but the bluray player casing was coming apart, there were scratches all over it and no remote, accessories or cables. It got posted right back to Amazon for a refund.

So you're experience may be either very fortunate or you're over egging Amazon warehouse for hot votes in my opinion.
DAZZ2000

IT WILL be second hand otherwise it wouldn't be sold as a Warehouse … IT WILL be second hand otherwise it wouldn't be sold as a Warehouse deal!Jesus some folks don't understand what's classed as second hand these days. To enlighten you, if someone opens the box and breaks any manufacturers seal the product is second hand. Yes it may not have been used but it's still not technically brand new.Add to that the FACT that warehouse deals are a lottery and you can get used, damaged or items missing it's not a sure fire guarantee you'll get something immaculate and complete no matter how much you personally vouch for Amazon. As an example of my recent experiences, which you'll no doubt argue aren't relevant, I purchased a 28" monitor via warehouse deals, described as damaged box but item has no marks and is complete, and it was as described. Albeit it was definitely used even if briefly. Just last weekend I had delivered a high end bluray player described again as box damaged but item as new - this time around it arrived in an immaculate box but the bluray player casing was coming apart, there were scratches all over it and no remote, accessories or cables. It got posted right back to Amazon for a refund.So you're experience may be either very fortunate or you're over egging Amazon warehouse for hot votes in my opinion.




Sorry... but no...

Ive bought lots from warehouse "like new"... they are BRAND NEW SEALED! With the manufacturer seal still on or the clingfilm still wrapped on it.

They are simply customer returns that are not to be resold as new.

But then wtfdik - Ive only had about 6 brand new items from warehouse that were "like new"...

Oh and its FREE RETURNS so if you can put up with the hassle who cares.

In fact amazon have in the past refunded me and said dont worry about returning it...


Edited by: "Babbler" 16th May 2017
Babbler

Sorry... but no... Ive bought lots from warehouse "like new"... they are … Sorry... but no... Ive bought lots from warehouse "like new"... they are BRAND NEW SEALED! With the manufacturer seal still on or the clingfilm still wrapped on it.They are simply customer returns that are not to be resold as new. But then wtfdik - Ive only had about 6 brand new items from warehouse that were "like new"...Oh and its FREE RETURNS so if you can put up with the hassle who cares.In fact amazon have in the past refunded me and said dont worry about returning it...



Okay based upon your experience it would appear that you've been very fortunate up until now with what you've purchased and what has subsequently been delivered. Fair play and I can't knock that!

I'm not suggesting Amazon Warehouse deals aren't worth the bother but I am saying you can get unlucky and nothing is guaranteed - you take your chances. True it's not a massive hassle when they have to go back and I haven't yet had an issue with that (touch wood).

The only slight annoyance in my recent experience was what I had purchased subsequently went back up in price for the brand new equivalent right before I knew I would need to re-purchase. Saying I was slightly miffed was an understatement!
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