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LG G3 16GB/2GB RAM - Black (used stock) - Sim Free starting at £231.87 delivered @ amazon warehouse
LG G3 16GB/2GB RAM - Black (used stock) - Sim Free starting at £231.87 delivered @ amazon warehouse

LG G3 16GB/2GB RAM - Black (used stock) - Sim Free starting at £231.87 delivered @ amazon warehouse

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With Amazon returns... worth to give it a go!!

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This second hand but next model up for £81.87 more
or the g2 but brand new... hmmm

I know! BOTH

Original Poster

Item will come repackaged. All accessories are present and undamaged. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy. £242.53 No word about scratches:)

You can't go wrong with Amazon returns, worth a shot

Have some heat!!!

Used - good, meh

"Item is in original packaging, but packaging will come damaged. Scratches (.6 cm to 1 cm) on screen. Scratches on front 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.)." This puts me off.

I had a new G3 ordered on amazon.co.uk at £300, but I've perhaps hot headedly gone for the 32gb version on amazon.de for £40 more so will cancel the UK one now
Edited by: "delusion" 30th Nov 2014

Original Poster

Orcinus_orca

Used - good, meh



delusion

"Item is in original packaging, but packaging will come damaged. … "Item is in original packaging, but packaging will come damaged. Scratches (.6 cm to 1 cm) on screen. Scratches on front 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.)." This puts me off.I had a new G3 ordered on amazon.co.uk at £300, but I've perhaps hot headedly gone for the 32gb version on amazon.de for £40 more so will cancel the UK one now



read 2# comment please:)
Edited by: "chriskrt" 30th Nov 2014

"Item is in original packaging, but packaging will come damaged. 1 or 2 pixels missing. Scratches (.6 cm to 1 cm) on screen. Scratches on front 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.). All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy"

I'm glad it has the return policy, because otherwise I would be highly disappointed with this mess of a deal. I'll give it a try

Orcinus_orca

Used - good, meh

delusion

"Item is in original packaging, but packaging will come damaged. … "Item is in original packaging, but packaging will come damaged. Scratches (.6 cm to 1 cm) on screen. Scratches on front 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.)." This puts me off.I had a new G3 ordered on amazon.co.uk at £300, but I've perhaps hot headedly gone for the 32gb version on amazon.de for £40 more so will cancel the UK one now



maybe the one you saw has gone now. It's definitely a great deal either way with amazon returns, but I'm going for a new one

Original Poster

delusion

maybe the one you saw has gone now. It's definitely a great deal either … maybe the one you saw has gone now. It's definitely a great deal either way with amazon returns, but I'm going for a new one



Still on 2nd page... 4 in stock atm:)

chriskrt

Still on 2nd page... 4 in stock atm:)



Ah yeh, that one sounds better

I would avoid the ones with the scratches: they must have been mistreated a bit to gather such scratches in such a short time - likely owners did not use screen protector / case. Plus even if you treat them well, resale value will be lower with existing scratches.

I'm not voting.... Personally I'd rather pay the extra £60 and get a new one.

1 LEFT IN STOCK!

1 or 2 dead pixels and scratched screen for £60 less than brand new retail. Yes please.

jordni

This second hand but next model up for £81.87 moreor the g2 but brand … This second hand but next model up for £81.87 moreor the g2 but brand new... hmmmI know! BOTH



LG G2 is not available for £150....

dudedude

LG G2 is not available for £150....



It was the other day

i opted for the g2. trialled this phone at the shop and it was too big for the pocket so a big no for me. the g2 however was only slightly larger than the moto g and pocket friendly

OnePlus One is superior, new, about the same price, and invites are rather easier to get recently.

chocolatenomlike

OnePlus One is superior, new, about the same price, and invites are … OnePlus One is superior, new, about the same price, and invites are rather easier to get recently.



Superior how?
OPO has no SD card slot, lower resolution screen and worse customer service. (and no riduculous invite system!)

Just bought one from Amazon Warehouse in "used acceptable" with "small scratches...on screen and on back...blah...." for £248. Arrived on Saturday and was in mint condition. Aside from the lack of a screen protector and cellophane wrap on the box it was brand new.

Good phone too, definitely getting rid of my S5 for it.
Edited by: "g_mac1986" 1st Dec 2014

The No Warranty puts me off!

Cant justify placing an order for £250 and not have a Manufacturer warranty... If it dies after 30 days you are on your own!

manicfodder

Superior how?OPO has no SD card slot, lower resolution screen and worse … Superior how?OPO has no SD card slot, lower resolution screen and worse customer service. (and no riduculous invite system!)



I have to agree with manicfodder - OPO could be a great handset, but I received a faulty one and am struggling to return it under their 14 day satisfaction guarantee. I've been swapping email with them for about 5 days now and I'm still waiting for the return address and am arguing that I shouldn't have to pay £29 return fee!

Most bizarrely after sending them confirmation that my handset is as new with photos to prove it, they then sent me an email asking "Please note that to qualify for a replacement or refund, devices must be in "as new" condition and, if possible, with the original sealed packaging intact"

Surely the majority of people will have opened the packaging to find out if they are happy / satisfied with the handset??!!!

I'm sure most people will be fine with the OPO - but if you are unlikely enough to get a faulty unit like mine, it's a royal pain in the @rse getting it sorted out with them.

I'd wait until you can buy the OPO from a proper UK distributor, so you have a reasonable customer service team to deal with.

Great deal for the G3 by the way - bought one and heated! Thanks to the original poster.

chocolatenomlike

OnePlus One is superior, new, about the same price, and invites are … OnePlus One is superior, new, about the same price, and invites are rather easier to get recently.



You are so wrong as manicfodder has already commented, but more importantly no 800 band for 4g (the most commonly used in the UK as it has less degradation). So the oneplus is not future proof either...

LG G3 wins, especially at any price near the oneplus, let alone cheaper...

tmohammad

The No Warranty puts me off! Cant justify placing an order for £250 and … The No Warranty puts me off! Cant justify placing an order for £250 and not have a Manufacturer warranty... If it dies after 30 days you are on your own!



Ive ordered a G3 from this deal, so checked with Amazon custome service - they said, and I quote:

"Marcela:Is this the LG G3 UK SIM-Free Smartphone?
name, all Amazon orders comes with a one year warranty.
The warranty starts on the day that you receive your order."

Fantastic deal - I bet you could buy, and make £40 profit just ebaying it if you weren't happy after the 30 days Amazon Warehouse return period.

thedon

Ive ordered a G3 from this deal, so checked with Amazon custome service - … Ive ordered a G3 from this deal, so checked with Amazon custome service - they said, and I quote:"Marcela:Is this the LG G3 UK SIM-Free Smartphone?name, all Amazon orders comes with a one year warranty.The warranty starts on the day that you receive your order."Fantastic deal - I bet you could buy, and make £40 profit just ebaying it if you weren't happy after the 30 days Amazon Warehouse return period.



that's as maybe but if it develops a fault after the buyer has had it for 3 weeks whats the likelihood of them taking the hit ? Tbh it'd be winging its way back to you and you will be down postage costs (both ways to try and preserve your feedback probably) , just not worth it.

Has the price gone up to £247.90 or am I looking in the wrong place?

tmohammad

The No Warranty puts me off! Cant justify placing an order for £250 and … The No Warranty puts me off! Cant justify placing an order for £250 and not have a Manufacturer warranty... If it dies after 30 days you are on your own!



I really can't work out why people would take the risk with next to no warranty only to save £50-70. £230-250 is an expensive paper weight if you can't return a faulty phone. Save some money and buy the G2 (£150) or wait for new handsets to come down in price.

£293 for me in gold is the price now

tmohammad

The No Warranty puts me off! Cant justify placing an order for £250 and … The No Warranty puts me off! Cant justify placing an order for £250 and not have a Manufacturer warranty... If it dies after 30 days you are on your own!



30-days is the returns policy, not the warranty provided (which is 1 year with Amazon and any manufacturer warranty).

All gone by the looks of it.

this must be the hottest thing i have seen on here all day! I am very tempted to get shot of my G2 for this! wowzers!

Original Poster

It was hot yesterday when there were some repackaged units with no marks for 242:) Never went to hot:) Now when it's OOS or bit earlier when only scratched units left, people like this deal:)
Edited by: "chriskrt" 1st Dec 2014

Better deal here, for anyone not in a contract

hotukdeals.com/dea…712

It's £18/month for 500 minutes + 500MB (above this the speed gets throttled).
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