Nintendo Switch Neon Improved Battery Life (Opened - Never Used) £265.05 @ Currys Clearance / eBay
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Nintendo Switch Neon Improved Battery Life (Opened - Never Used) £265.05 @ Currys Clearance / eBay

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not too good either, was it not like 279 new with pokemon sword on realease @ currys
Probably a customer return or battered box, just a £15 from the price I can get it at Argos in 10 minutes time.

Aint worth the risk
Elbandito29/01/2020 15:58

not too good either, was it not like 279 new with pokemon sword on …not too good either, was it not like 279 new with pokemon sword on realease @ currys


Im sure it was, but does that deal still exist?
Edited by: "ImBen_Cole" 29th Jan
I love how which stuff is described as never used, given that the boxes nor the console bags come with any form of seal on them how would you ever know?
snatch_master29/01/2020 16:25

I love how which stuff is described as never used, given that the boxes …I love how which stuff is described as never used, given that the boxes nor the console bags come with any form of seal on them how would you ever know?


Exactly, I would keep well clear of deals like this. If it was £100 cheaper then its worth the risk, but for £14? Naaah.
ImBen_Cole29/01/2020 16:18

Im sure it was, but does that deal still exist?


It's not, but it still doesn't make this deal any good in my opinion
Elbandito29/01/2020 17:07

It's not, but it still doesn't make this deal any good in my opinion


It's not a really good deal but it's a deal none the less and the cheapest deal at the moment for the improved batt life. Also risk free because of Curry's returns. 15 quid is 15 quid. Buy a £20 tooth brush for £5 and people would be raving. Any saving counts.
ImBen_Cole29/01/2020 17:21

It's not a really good deal but it's a deal none the less and the cheapest …It's not a really good deal but it's a deal none the less and the cheapest deal at the moment for the improved batt life. Also risk free because of Curry's returns. 15 quid is 15 quid. Buy a £20 tooth brush for £5 and people would be raving. Any saving counts.


Not when you have a lot of coins and value your time (and effort required to return something) more than money itself
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