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OnePlus 7T 8 GB RAM 128 GB UK SIM-Free Smartphone - Frosted Silver £318.74 Used - Acceptable Condition @ Amazon Warehouse
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OnePlus 7T 8 GB RAM 128 GB UK SIM-Free Smartphone - Frosted Silver £318.74 Used - Acceptable Condition @ Amazon Warehouse

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OnePlus 7T 8 GB RAM 128 GB UK SIM-Free Smartphone - Frosted Silver £318.74 Used - Acceptable Condition @ Amazon Warehouse
Posted 18th Oct 2020

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This is an Amazon warehouse deal. I have ordered 2 phones from them in this condition. Both came pristine. Hope it helps someone.
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Paid £254 from stocks must go last week, grade a+ sold for £380 2 days later.
mkdelz18/10/2020 15:49

Acceptable? HA! cracks, dents the lot. Don't bother



I've never gambled on an Acceptable piece of electronics (the anxiety would be too much for me to bear) but in my experience, I've had Acceptables that turned up either unopened (like a patio table I got my mum a few months ago!) with the box pretty dinged, or an item missing (such as my sister's Combi Microwave with the glass plate missing - yet it was brand new otherwise).

The grading description doesn't usually equate to what you get, which sounds mad, but it's how Warehouse rolls.

On the flip side, I've had Like New-s that have turned up in disgraceful condition.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 18th Oct
Acceptable? HA! cracks, dents the lot. Don't bother
Edited by: "mkdelz" 18th Oct
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Acceptable? HA! cracks, dents the lot. Don't bother
Edited by: "mkdelz" 18th Oct
For those interested:

Used - Acceptable

Cosmetic imperfection(s) 1" or bigger on the front of the item. Small scratches on the sides of the item (up to 1/2 in.). Item is in original packaging, but packaging has damage.
mkdelz18/10/2020 15:49

Acceptable? HA! cracks, dents the lot. Don't bother



I've never gambled on an Acceptable piece of electronics (the anxiety would be too much for me to bear) but in my experience, I've had Acceptables that turned up either unopened (like a patio table I got my mum a few months ago!) with the box pretty dinged, or an item missing (such as my sister's Combi Microwave with the glass plate missing - yet it was brand new otherwise).

The grading description doesn't usually equate to what you get, which sounds mad, but it's how Warehouse rolls.

On the flip side, I've had Like New-s that have turned up in disgraceful condition.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 18th Oct
Paid £254 from stocks must go last week, grade a+ sold for £380 2 days later.
Bought a wireless mouse (Corsair Ironclaw) from Amazon last week that was listed as acceptable. Stated a couple of scratches, but when I got it the scroll wheel was free spinning and totally broken. No scratches though. Makes me think that the issue is to categorise returns they only have limited options, broken scroll wheel isn't acceptable but it all looks good.
Wak fone
louiselouise18/10/2020 16:06

I've never gambled on an Acceptable piece of electronics (the anxiety …I've never gambled on an Acceptable piece of electronics (the anxiety would be too much for me to bear) but in my experience, I've had Acceptables that turned up either unopened (like a patio table I got my mum a few months ago!) with the box pretty dinged, or an item missing (such as my sister's Combi Microwave with the glass plate missing - yet it was brand new otherwise). The grading description doesn't usually equate to what you get, which sounds mad, but it's how Warehouse rolls.On the flip side, I've had Like New-s that have turned up in disgraceful condition.


Same, it's a total lottery - I'm not convinced it's checked when returned either (I've had broken items sent out or straight-up swap out fraud). Thing is, if you buy an acceptable and it's still poor you can't really complain and Amazon are quite lazy these days, they basically just want you to return the item - no further discussion, no chance of keeping it for a slight discount either.
Otto_Man18/10/2020 20:56

Similar spec phone that can be purchased for this price please...


New or a refurb ?

The OnePlus 7 from Cex for £315, it's posted on here but only difference is it's 6GB.

@MrSwitch is the person who can help.
Edited by: "DCFC79" 18th Oct
Have had this phone for a year, great reliable phone, only drawbacks are weak camera and lack of security updates. Two very common issues with OnePlus phones.
DCFC7918/10/2020 21:18

New or a refurb ?The OnePlus 7 from Cex for £315, it's posted on here but …New or a refurb ?The OnePlus 7 from Cex for £315, it's posted on here but only difference is it's 6GB.@MrSwitch is the person who can help.


Sorry you miss my point, I was replying to the comment that it was a 'wak' phone.

Keen to know what would be better and have similar spec in that price bracket?!
Edited by: "Otto_Man" 19th Oct
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