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Refurbished Apple Watch Series 4 GPS, 44mm Space Grey Aluminium Case with Black Sport Band £319 Apple Store
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Refurbished Apple Watch Series 4 GPS, 44mm Space Grey Aluminium Case with Black Sport Band £319 Apple Store

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Posted 12th Sep
Seems a good price for an Apple refurbished model of the 44mm series 4.
They have a few others in the store too:3293146.jpg
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Tempted but i believe we'll see better deals from the likes of Currys and john Lewis possibly in the next couple of weeks or at least until release day of the series 5.

I want sub £300 for 44m.
Edited by: "OutSpoken" 12th Sep
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Tempted but i believe we'll see better deals from the likes of Currys and john Lewis possibly in the next couple of weeks or at least until release day of the series 5.

I want sub £300 for 44m.
Edited by: "OutSpoken" 12th Sep
These wont actually be refurbished. This is Apple selling off their stock of the series 4. They'll drip them out over time.
bought last week new series 4 44mm for £296 :-)
Razororg12/09/2019 11:56

These wont actually be refurbished. This is Apple selling off their stock …These wont actually be refurbished. This is Apple selling off their stock of the series 4. They'll drip them out over time.


That's sort of what I was hoping for.

@lovefreebieslady Where did you get those from?
Edited by: "mrbaba" 12th Sep
OutSpoken12/09/2019 12:06

From where?


On eBay with 10% code I posted it last week on here
Edited by: "lovefreebieslady" 12th Sep
lovefreebieslady12/09/2019 12:17

On eBay with 10% code I posted it last week on here


Ok, it was Ex display. Hmm.. I'm not too keen on buying high value electronics from ebay pivate sellers, especially Apple stuff. If they're not authorised resellers Apple are not obliged to honour the warranty. I know this because of an Apple beats headphones i bought a couple of years ago that had gone faulty a few months after purchase and the warranty had just expired. Which meant the original purchase was months before i bought it.
It has 12 months guarantee and it was all sealed would never thought was ex display , bought a while back iphone new one on eBay and once you enter the item number it says how long is the guarantee and when had problem apple exchanged it for another one .
Good deal, good price for an official apple refurb. Apple refurb is near enough brand new and these could even be new stock being sold off. Cex currently want £300 for B grade and that doesn’t even include a strap.
killjoy7512/09/2019 12:48

Good deal, good price for an official apple refurb. Apple refurb is near …Good deal, good price for an official apple refurb. Apple refurb is near enough brand new and these could even be new stock being sold off. Cex currently want £300 for B grade and that doesn’t even include a strap.


I buy all my Apple kit from the refurb store and it's always been brand new.
lovefreebieslady12/09/2019 12:40

It has 12 months guarantee and it was all sealed would never thought was …It has 12 months guarantee and it was all sealed would never thought was ex display , bought a while back iphone new one on eBay and once you enter the item number it says how long is the guarantee and when had problem apple exchanged it for another one .


12 months guarantee from the private seller? You sure..? It'd be best to find out when the original purchase date was, as that's when the apple warranty will have begu, not when you turn it on and register it.
Bought few times Apple refurbs from Apple - both times items came brand new.
Edited by: "Rimi" 12th Sep
Have ordered one of these for collection tomorrow 🏻
Nice find - ordered the 44mm for delivery tomorrow!
Herd good things about apple refurbs, one of lads bought an iPhone and it was like new. Not sure what’s refurbed but it was a minter
Horrible deal
lovefreebieslady12/09/2019 11:59

bought last week new series 4 44mm for £296 :-)



bought back in June new series 4 44 with cellular for £276 :-)

This is still a good deal for now although like others have said I’d hold off for a few weeks and see what the prices fall to
Nice deal
Razororg12/09/2019 12:52

I buy all my Apple kit from the refurb store and it's always been brand …I buy all my Apple kit from the refurb store and it's always been brand new.


How do you know that it’s brand new?
ravmania12/09/2019 19:45

How do you know that it’s brand new?


Had a couple of things from their refurb store before, and they basically replace anything that might have the smallest mark on it (or is faulty in any way) like screen and casing (and strap for a watch) so it looks brand new, but the internals are original. Same warranty as new though so I think refurbs are a no brainer
OutSpoken12/09/2019 13:25

12 months guarantee from the private seller? You sure..? It'd be best to …12 months guarantee from the private seller? You sure..? It'd be best to find out when the original purchase date was, as that's when the apple warranty will have begu, not when you turn it on and register it.



What are you talking about? Apple products have 12 months worldwide warranty from when you activate them not when you buy them. Have bought several ipads etc. from private ebay sellers and always had 12 months warranty start from when I activate and register it. Has nothing to do with when they bought it. Nothing wrong with buying new Apple items from private sellers on ebay and you can check the serial numbers in advance anyway.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 12th Sep
ravmania12/09/2019 19:45

How do you know that it’s brand new?


Because there hasn’t been a single Series 4 watch on the refurb store yet and then the day after they launch new models the site is awash with them. It’s the same when they launch any new models. They just don’t dump them at once.
Master_Yoda12/09/2019 22:48

What are you talking about? Apple products have 12 months worldwide …What are you talking about? Apple products have 12 months worldwide warranty from when you activate them not when you buy them. Have bought several ipads etc. from private ebay sellers and always had 12 months warranty start from when I activate and register it. Has nothing to do with when they bought it. Nothing wrong with buying new Apple items from private sellers on ebay and you can check the serial numbers in advance anyway.


Sorry that's incorrect. You can't walk into an apple store and buy an iPhone leave it in the box and crack it open a year later set it up expecting to still have 1 years warranty.

Warranty starts from the original purchase date. Maybe you've misunderstood me but I'm not saying you can't utilise apple warranty from a third party seller from the likes of eBay, only that you need to be aware of when the device was originally purchased as that's when the warranty begins.

Taken from apples own website:

(“Apple”) warrants the Apple-branded hardware product and Apple-branded accessories contained in the original packaging (“Apple Product”) against defects in materials and workmanship when used in accordance with Apple’s user manuals, technical specifications and other Apple Product published guidelines for a period of ONE (1) YEAR from the date of original retail purchase by the end-user purchaser (“Warranty Period”).
OutSpoken13/09/2019 00:55

Sorry that's incorrect. You can't walk into an apple store and buy an …Sorry that's incorrect. You can't walk into an apple store and buy an iPhone leave it in the box and crack it open a year later set it up expecting to still have 1 years warranty. Warranty starts from the original purchase date. Maybe you've misunderstood me but I'm not saying you can't utilise apple warranty from a third party seller from the likes of eBay, only that you need to be aware of when the device was originally purchased as that's when the warranty begins.Taken from apples own website:(“Apple”) warrants the Apple-branded hardware product and Apple-branded accessories contained in the original packaging (“Apple Product”) against defects in materials and workmanship when used in accordance with Apple’s user manuals, technical specifications and other Apple Product published guidelines for a period of ONE (1) YEAR from the date of original retail purchase by the end-user purchaser (“Warranty Period”).



This is nonsense. I've owned lots of new sealed Apple products (Ipads, Ipad Pros, Apple watches etc) - purchased all on ebay and have NEVER needed a receipt or needed to say when or where it was purchased. The warranty is linked to the serial number not the receipt and the warranty start date is the date of activation / registration of that serial number i.e. when you first use and register the device. You don't need proof of purchase to use the warranty. I've dealt with Apple Customer Services many times too - they just check the serial number / when it was first activated. The warranty also passes on when you sell used devices as it has nothing to do with who purchased it or where, only the serial number / activation status.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 13th Sep
Master_Yoda13/09/2019 00:59

This is nonsense. I've owned lots of new sealed Apple products (Ipads, …This is nonsense. I've owned lots of new sealed Apple products (Ipads, Ipad Pros, Apple watches etc) - purchased all on ebay and have NEVER needed a receipt or needed to say when or where it was purchased. The warranty is linked to the serial number not the receipt and the warranty start date is the date of activation / registration of that serial number i.e. when you first use and register the device. You don't need proof of purchase to use the warranty. I've dealt with Apple Customer Services many times too - they just check the serial number / when it was first activated. The warranty also passes on when you sell used devices as it has nothing to do with who purchased it or where, only the serial number / activation status.


To be fair it's not nonsense it's their policy, but that's not the point I'm making... I can only assume every faulty product you've brought back to Apple were still within warranty from the original purchase date. As like you said, Apple can tell from the serial number when the device you bought from eBay was originally purchased.

So to break it down further. If I went out tomorrow and bought an iPad from Apple left it sealed in the box and sold it a month later on eBay or gumtree etc... The buyer will only have 11 months warranty left. Regardless of any type of registration.
OutSpoken13/09/2019 01:19

To be fair it's not nonsense it's their policy, but that's not the point …To be fair it's not nonsense it's their policy, but that's not the point I'm making... I can only assume every faulty product you've brought back to Apple were still within warranty from the original purchase date. As like you said, Apple can tell from the serial number when the device you bought from eBay was originally purchased.So to break it down further. If I went out tomorrow and bought an iPad from Apple left it sealed in the box and sold it a month later on eBay or gumtree etc... The buyer will only have 11 months warranty left. Regardless of any type of registration.



You are very confused. Apple warranties don't work the same as other product warranties. It's clear to me you've never bought any Apple products from ebay. Everything I've said is common knowledge. I buy them regularly and know full well how the warranty works. If it worked how you say, I wouldn't buy any. For the last time, it makes no difference when a product is purchased. I've bought lots of items that were several months old but still sealed and got 12 months full warranty on activation every time - this is normal.
OutSpoken13/09/2019 01:19

If I went out tomorrow and bought an iPad from Apple left it sealed in the …If I went out tomorrow and bought an iPad from Apple left it sealed in the box and sold it a month later on eBay or gumtree etc... The buyer will only have 11 months warranty left. Regardless of any type of registration.



If you buy 'direct' from Apple (which would be idiotic), it's possible they could register the device with your details on their systems, in which case your warranty would start from the purchase date. I have no idea if they do this, as I never purchase direct from Apple. If you buy from anywhere else, the warranty starts from the device registration/activation online - their website even shows 12 months warranty and gives you the start / end date as confirmation when you register the device with your serial number. The date the 12 month warranty has started has always been the date I've connected the device online and set it up for the first time.
Lol it's not normal. But you're right, other than a pair of Beats X that i bought from an eBay seller, all of my Apple gear is bought directly from Apple or (John Lewis for the extra years warranty;) ).

But another scenario for you to mull over before i go to bed.

If someone sold you a bnib iPhone from 2004 on eBay and a few weeks after using it, it became faulty, do you think you would be able to take it back to Apple for warranty repair?XD because going by your logic, it doesn't matter it was purchased 15 years ago, as long as it wasn't turned on and registered back then it's all good!
Edited by: "OutSpoken" 13th Sep
Couldn’t help myself and order the 44mm Charcoal.
Picked up mine today. Seems brand new to me. The only difference was on the outside wrapper a 'certified refurbished' sticker was on it.
Has anyone who ordered this to be delivered received it yet? Mine was scheduled for yesterday but didn’t show up. The app still says processing
RichardHarrison15/09/2019 12:55

Has anyone who ordered this to be delivered received it yet? Mine was …Has anyone who ordered this to be delivered received it yet? Mine was scheduled for yesterday but didn’t show up. The app still says processing


DPD delivered mine on Friday!
Is it worth paying the extra £80 and getting the Series 5 40mm?
Still more expensive than NEW Apple watch 4 in many other countries........
Master_Yoda13/09/2019 01:35

If you buy 'direct' from Apple (which would be idiotic)


Not quite as idiotic as you think as Apple will continue to support and replace your device if faulty after the first year. I've taken phones in that have been 20 months old and had them replaced with no issues as they were purchased direct with Apple.

If you buy from elsewhere they'll only do this for the first 12 months and then tell you to return it to the place where you bought it after that.
jaypr16/09/2019 11:22

Not quite as idiotic as you think as Apple will continue to support and …Not quite as idiotic as you think as Apple will continue to support and replace your device if faulty after the first year. I've taken phones in that have been 20 months old and had them replaced with no issues as they were purchased direct with Apple.If you buy from elsewhere they'll only do this for the first 12 months and then tell you to return it to the place where you bought it after that.


Under EU law, they have to repair or replace for the first 2 years. This is not them doing you any favours. The law overrides their 12 month warranty.
Master_Yoda16/09/2019 11:31

Under EU law, they have to repair or replace for the first 2 years. This …Under EU law, they have to repair or replace for the first 2 years. This is not them doing you any favours. The law overrides their 12 month warranty.


Yes, but only if you buy it direct from them.
jaypr16/09/2019 11:33

Yes, but only if you buy it direct from them.


No. You have this protection regardless of the retailer you buy from lol.
Master_Yoda16/09/2019 11:34

No. You have this protection regardless of the retailer you buy from lol.


Yes, the retailer, NOT the manufacturer.

Apple will send you back to the retailer to resolve the issue if you device is over 12 months old. If you buy direct from Apple they'll replace/repair in store in a two year period.
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