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Refurbished New 3DS XL Hyrule Edition Tesco's Outlet (Via eBay) 12 Months Warranty £129.99 @ Tesco / Ebay
Refurbished New 3DS XL Hyrule Edition Tesco's Outlet (Via eBay) 12 Months Warranty £129.99 @ Tesco / Ebay

Refurbished New 3DS XL Hyrule Edition Tesco's Outlet (Via eBay) 12 Months Warranty £129.99 @ Tesco / Ebay

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For anyone trying to get there hands on the New Nintendo 3DS XL Hyrule Edition, refurbished units can be found on the Tesco's outlet for £129.99. All come with 12 months Warranty.

Just caught my eye while browsing and thought might be worth posting

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Not long out so should be in good nick. heat added.

that's a damn good price for a New XL

The Hyrule Edition is kind of rare... Assuming it has been refurbished, I'd recommend it.

They say refurbished items are customer returns,

I wouldn't be surprised if a lot were returned when people were fishing for the IPS panels.

New 3DS Xls have two types of panels for the screens, same models same everything but different screens - IPS and TN.


Many people returned them if they receved a TN panel.

Still a great deal regardless, hopefully eveyone gets lucky on condition too.

Amazing deal, ordered. They're currently about £240 on Amazon!

Dang OOS - would have nabbed one of these too
Edited by: "mikedigitales" 21st Sep 2016

Oh, yeah. Who's the culprit oO

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FantasyDeals

Oh, yeah. Who's the culprit oO:D


Likely you. Was just about to buy one, then the stupid postman comes at the worst moment.

FantasyDeals

Oh, yeah. Who's the culprit oO:D


I already own a New 3DS - the same model in fact. I also understand that there is profit to be made on each unit.

But whoever bought 12 is just the lowest of scum. Take 2 or 3 if you need to, and leave the rest for others...

FantasyDeals

Oh, yeah. Who's the culprit oO:D


There's me in the middle with 58 and a blue star! I'm famous! X)

FantasyDeals

Oh, yeah. Who's the culprit oO:D


I already own a New 3DS - the same model in fact. I also understand that there is profit to be made on each unit.

But whoever bought 12 is just low... Take 2 or 3 if you need to, and leave the rest for others please...

Edited by: "prankster101" 21st Sep 2016

prankster101

I already own a New 3DS - the same model in fact. I also understand that … I already own a New 3DS - the same model in fact. I also understand that there is profit to be made on each unit.But whoever bought 12 is just low... Take 2 or 3 if you need to, and leave the rest for others please...


People like you annoy me. How much do you think Tesco bought them for? So it's fine when a retailer makes tens of thousands in profits selling these, but when a person probably scraping by wants to make a quick buck, he's treated like a criminal.

prankster101

I already own a New 3DS - the same model in fact. I also understand that … I already own a New 3DS - the same model in fact. I also understand that there is profit to be made on each unit.But whoever bought 12 is just low... Take 2 or 3 if you need to, and leave the rest for others please...



To be fair, it's eBay. There's no reason why anyone can't buy as many as they want. Would be a bit different if it was a special offer in a store. More chance individuals would have gotten one if it wasn't posted on here anyway.

Fo3

People like you annoy me. How much do you think Tesco bought them for? So … People like you annoy me. How much do you think Tesco bought them for? So it's fine when a retailer makes tens of thousands in profits selling these, but when a person probably scraping by wants to make a quick buck, he's treated like a criminal.


Last time I checked, £129.99 x 12 does not equate to "scraping by".

You think Tesco wouldn't have known the product's market value? I knew about the product's market value, and yet, I didn't want it.

It's called GREED. Maybe you should look the meaning of the word up. Because people like you annoy me.

prankster101

Last time I checked, £129.99 x 12 does not equate to "scraping by".You … Last time I checked, £129.99 x 12 does not equate to "scraping by".You think Tesco wouldn't have known the product's market value? I knew about the product's market value, and yet, I didn't want it. It's called GREED. Maybe you should look the meaning of the word up. Because people like you annoy me.


The point I am getting at is, you don't seem to have a problem with big retailers absolutely raking it in making millions, but when one person wants a better life and goes for it, you have a problem? You have a sheep mentality, it isn't greed to want the best for yourself, it is intelligence. You'd fit right into the caste system.

Fo3

The point I am getting at is, you don't seem to have a problem with big … The point I am getting at is, you don't seem to have a problem with big retailers absolutely raking it in making millions, but when one person wants a better life and goes for it, you have a problem? You have a sheep mentality, it isn't greed to want the best for yourself, it is intelligence. You'd fit right into the caste system.


It's called being selfish and being greedy... Gluttony!

There were plenty of units to go around. Plenty. But alas, people like you love crashing the party and taking ALL the food.

Behaviour like this completely destroys the whole community ethos as well as the fundamental ideals on what HotUKD is built on.

Also, I'm pretty sure that someone stated that the units in question were most likely customer returns. Given that Tesco don't buy second hand goods from the public, I assume that Tesco sold them for less than cost price. So therefore, the firm most likely lost money. Especially when the market rate is twice as much...

Edited by: "prankster101" 21st Sep 2016

prankster101

It's called being selfish and being greedy... Gluttony!There were plenty … It's called being selfish and being greedy... Gluttony!There were plenty of units to go around. Plenty. But alas, people like you love crashing the party and taking ALL the food.Behaviour like this completely destroys the whole community ethos as well as the fundamental ideals on what HotUKD is built on. Also, I'm pretty sure that someone stated that the units in question were most likely customer returns. Given that Tesco don't buy second hand goods from the public, I assume that Tesco sold them for less than cost price. So therefore, the firm most likely lost money. Especially when the market rate is twice as much...



​Don't hate the player. Hate the game. If someone wants to buy as much as they want, they have the right to do so. This is basic commerce.
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