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OnePlus 7 Pro 12 GB RAM 256 GB UK SIM-Free Smartphone - Nebula Blue (2 Year Manufacturer Warranty) (Like New) £494.67 @ Amazon Warehouse
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OnePlus 7 Pro 12 GB RAM 256 GB UK SIM-Free Smartphone - Nebula Blue (2 Year Manufacturer Warranty) (Like New) £494.67 @ Amazon Warehouse

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Posted 31st JanEdited by:"DealsDen101"

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When you click the link there is pictures of the actual devices and they come with all accesories and a case still boxed
Snapdragon 855+
  • 6.67-inch full AMOLED display with a QHD+ resolution and a 90 Hz refresh rate
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 mobile platform the power to win
  • Triple-lens setup covering a wide range of focal lengths from 17mm to 78mm to meet your every need
  • Premium and unique design enveloped in the sturdy Gorilla Glass 5
  • Warp Charge 30 – Ready in 20 minutes
  • Aspect Ratio : 19.5:9
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Amazon customer services told me that there's only one year warranty when I bought mine. It would be good to clarify.
moozoo31/01/2020 14:54

Amazon customer services told me that there's only one year warranty when …Amazon customer services told me that there's only one year warranty when I bought mine. It would be good to clarify.


On the deals posted when the 20% off warehouse deals went live, people posted screenshots from their chats with Amazon showing they'd get the full 2 year warranty
Be grateful with 1 year man! That’s all Apple ever give us on our iPhones. Gosh!
Edited by: "Ru4real" 31st Jan
mcaf12331/01/2020 15:09

On the deals posted when the 20% off warehouse deals went live, people …On the deals posted when the 20% off warehouse deals went live, people posted screenshots from their chats with Amazon showing they'd get the full 2 year warranty


OK thanks. Not exactly a ringing endorsement, but worth a shot.
mcaf12331/01/2020 15:09

On the deals posted when the 20% off warehouse deals went live, people …On the deals posted when the 20% off warehouse deals went live, people posted screenshots from their chats with Amazon showing they'd get the full 2 year warranty


Warehouse is 1 year. 2 years from the manufacturer.
moozoo31/01/2020 15:48

OK thanks. Not exactly a ringing endorsement, but worth a shot.


Well they posted the screenshots of Amazon confirming 2 years, so it's worth you chatting to Amazon again to see what they say
Nightmare10131/01/2020 15:50

Warehouse is 1 year. 2 years from the manufacturer.


I know that's usually the case but Amazon themselves confirmed it
mcaf12331/01/2020 15:53

I know that's usually the case but Amazon themselves confirmed it


Then keep that information safe when you need it, that will apply to you only.
Thanks all, I'll see what they say.
Nightmare10131/01/2020 15:55

Then keep that information safe when you need it, that will apply to you …Then keep that information safe when you need it, that will apply to you only.

From my own personal experience with amazon warehouse items, it's usually 2 year's, they have been times they've asked me to dispose the item and gave me a full refund..
Ru4real31/01/2020 15:32

Be grateful with 1 year man! That’s all Apple ever give us on our iPhones. …Be grateful with 1 year man! That’s all Apple ever give us on our iPhones. Gosh!


By law they should give you longer than that (even after 2 years they should either repair or give you a percentage back of the cost if you haven't damaged it).

Even things like TV's and they say its a 1 year warranty if its a decent price you'd expect it to last at least 5 years.

That's the consumer rights act and you have to deal with the retailer and not the manufacturer though.
Edited by: "Dragon32" 31st Jan
Beautiful phone
Dragon3231/01/2020 17:35

By law they should give you longer than that (even after 2 years they …By law they should give you longer than that (even after 2 years they should either repair or give you a percentage back of the cost if you haven't damaged it).Even things like TV's and they say its a 1 year warranty if its a decent price you'd expect it to last at least 5 years. That's the consumer rights act and you have to deal with the retailer and not the manufacturer though.


I’ve heard of cases where Apple have sorted their products out themselves out of warranty but only if purchased direct from them- that’s probs the consumer rights act you’re referring to yes
I bought a "like new" 7T Pro on the warehouse 20% deal - the phone hadn't been opened and was still sealed, and the receipt I was issued makes absolutely no mention to the warehouse, used or like new - but it did include 2 year warranty in the title of the item so should be good for proof if I ever have to send it to oneplus.
Ru4real31/01/2020 17:42

I’ve heard of cases where Apple have sorted their products out themselves o …I’ve heard of cases where Apple have sorted their products out themselves out of warranty but only if purchased direct from them- that’s probs the consumer rights act you’re referring to yes


Whoever you buy the phone from (be it Apple directly, Car phone Warehouse or O2) they are obliged by law to either repair the phone or give you a percentage of what you paid for the phone (depending on how long you have had it and how long you'd expect it to last (if say a decently priced phone should last 3 years)).

It can be more complicated if they ask you to prove its a fault as you have to advise them that if you have to pay for one and its in your favor you will be asking them for the repair/percentage plus the cost of the report back (if they still fail to repair/pay then you will have to say you are taking them to the small claims court.
£618 now
Torn between this and the p30 pro. I have the p20 pro at the moment and it's amazing.
20% off seems to have finished
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