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Microsoft Xbox One X - Game console (Used) - 1 TB HDD - Gold Grade £225.25 (With Code) @ Tech Trade
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Microsoft Xbox One X - Game console (Used) - 1 TB HDD - Gold Grade £225.25 (With Code) @ Tech Trade

£225.25£26515%
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Posted 22nd Feb

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Feels like a good price, only 5 available, grading description below

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  • Product Type Microsoft Xbox One X - Game console - 1TB HDD
  • Optical Drive 4K UHD Blu-ray
  • Media Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, PCM 2.0, 5.1 & 7.1, Dolby TrueHD w/Atmos (from games)
  • Product Type Game console
  • Controller Xbox One Wireless Controller
  • Sensors Motion sensor
  • Dimensions (WxDxH) 33.2 cm x 27.4 cm x 8 cm
  • Weight 3.6 kg
  • Processor 8-core
  • Width 33.2 cm
  • Depth 27.4 cm
  • Height 8 cm
  • Type Xbox One Wireless Controller
  • Controls Right trigger, Left trigger, Right bumper, dual analogue sticks, A button, B button, D-pad, X button, Y button
  • Features Vibration-feedback
  • TV Connection HDMI
  • Connector Type HDMI output ¦ 3 x USB 3.0 ¦ HDMI input ¦ LAN ¦ SPDIF output
  • Tech Trade Warranty 6 months
  • Factory Refurbished Gold Grade
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Would rather spend extra 30 and get new and 3 months live and pass pass.
First it was rebranding second hand items as, preowned, preloved, etc etc, now they are creating new grading systems
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6 or 12m warranty.?
Murgatr0yd22/02/2020 18:24

Really?!


I think they meant that the Gold description suggests 12 month warranty whereas the specs table lists it as having a 6 month tech trade warranty. They’re wanting clarification on which is correct.
White Ps4 Pro for the same price too, if anyone is fussed.
Would rather spend extra 30 and get new and 3 months live and pass pass.
First it was rebranding second hand items as, preowned, preloved, etc etc, now they are creating new grading systems
Plus any savvy shopper on here surely should be gettting a brand new bundle for a few quid more?
Sawb22/02/2020 19:31

Plus any savvy shopper on here surely should be gettting a brand new …Plus any savvy shopper on here surely should be gettting a brand new bundle for a few quid more?


Wouldn't a savvy shopper wait until Christmas and get the new Xbox? Buying last generation is good VFM now, but I'd rather save the cash and put extra towards the next generation console.
New one be out real soon,
stuartbaker8022/02/2020 19:47

Wouldn't a savvy shopper wait until Christmas and get the new Xbox? Buying …Wouldn't a savvy shopper wait until Christmas and get the new Xbox? Buying last generation is good VFM now, but I'd rather save the cash and put extra towards the next generation console.



No savy shopper buys a new console in the first year of release.

Full RRP, ridiculously poor amount of games and probably subject to revision on spec.

And this isn't last generation right now, it is current gen.
stuartbaker8022/02/2020 19:47

Wouldn't a savvy shopper wait until Christmas and get the new Xbox? Buying …Wouldn't a savvy shopper wait until Christmas and get the new Xbox? Buying last generation is good VFM now, but I'd rather save the cash and put extra towards the next generation console.


What if you're not bothered about waiting for the best and most current gaming system and happy to go with the current model? Not everyone wants to spend £400+ on a brand new console, just because its new.

YOU would rather save and put towards the next system, not everyone feels the same way.
Timmybuktoo23/02/2020 17:13

What if you're not bothered about waiting for the best and most current …What if you're not bothered about waiting for the best and most current gaming system and happy to go with the current model? Not everyone wants to spend £400+ on a brand new console, just because its new.YOU would rather save and put towards the next system, not everyone feels the same way.


Then buy a Xbox 360 because that's even cheaper and only one generation behind?

You answer makes perfect financial sense, if you never get the newer console.

But if you plan on upgrading at some point, you're spending £225 now and then £400 again in the next 18 -24 months. Or you could keep the £225 in the bank and put aside £35 until Xmas and have the newer unit at a lower total cost.
Towelie23/02/2020 10:28

No savy shopper buys a new console in the first year of release.Full RRP, …No savy shopper buys a new console in the first year of release.Full RRP, ridiculously poor amount of games and probably subject to revision on spec. And this isn't last generation right now, it is current gen.


Given the new Xbox is meant to offer backwards compatibility, you should have a great choice of older games at launch - even if the new games are terrible

If you can live without upgrading your existing / not purchase a Xbox until Xmas, it'll pay to put a little aside until Xmas on top of the £225 and get the new one. Or you can just pay £225 now and £400 in 18 months for the new one.

At the end of the day, each to their own!
“New console out soon” not likely! You will be waiting until October time so if your definition of soon is 8 months.........

what is annoying for consumers is another grading system saying Gold! This is worse than saying “open box” as very misleading saying it may have scratches on it or marks! That’s simply saying it’s not gold as that’s supposed to be the top standard. One would expect gold to be new. This is silver and that’s a sign of a dishonest trader in the retail world regardless if they state what a gold standard is!
'OPEN BOX' is gold. This is far from gold. It might not even come with original box.
I have seen used for 1-2 years on eBay , and you couldn't tell they are used either.
We have no idea how long these have been used.
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