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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB Unlocked V Good Condition £289.99 @ Music magpie Ebay
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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB Unlocked V Good Condition £289.99 @ Music magpie Ebay

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Cold. There is another deal with 318 brand new plus some extras
Racky24/09/2019 11:20

Cold. There is another deal with 318 brand new plus some extras


Still £30 cheaper though. And very good condition devices can sometimes be spotless.
BargainManV2.1.324/09/2019 11:25

Still £30 cheaper though. And very good condition devices can sometimes be …Still £30 cheaper though. And very good condition devices can sometimes be spotless.


It can be spotless. Though, it misses charger and cable (original), earphones, original box etc.
BargainScavenger24/09/2019 11:31

It can be spotless. Though, it misses charger and cable (original), …It can be spotless. Though, it misses charger and cable (original), earphones, original box etc.


True, but is that stuff really worth an extra £30 though? Plus that brand new deal at £318 doesn't come with a plug, which would be the most expensive accessory in the box.
BargainManV2.1.324/09/2019 11:33

True, but is that stuff really worth an extra £30 though? Plus that brand …True, but is that stuff really worth an extra £30 though? Plus that brand new deal at £318 doesn't come with a plug, which would be the most expensive accessory in the box.


Comes with plug, cable , earphones and power bank
Racky24/09/2019 11:35

Comes with plug, cable , earphones and power bank


Read description, says doesn't come with UK plug. Plus looks like you don't get original box either. Just how new is this device if it isn't in a sealed original box?
BargainManV2.1.324/09/2019 11:33

True, but is that stuff really worth an extra £30 though? Plus that brand …True, but is that stuff really worth an extra £30 though? Plus that brand new deal at £318 doesn't come with a plug, which would be the most expensive accessory in the box.


For £30 I'd want the reassurance of knowing the battery will be at 100% condition/capacity where refurb is a lottery - the other extras are a bonus. Def go new at that difference.
Edited by: "jazzuk777" 24th Sep
jazzuk77724/09/2019 11:37

For £30 I'd want the reassurance of knowing the battery will be at 100% …For £30 I'd want the reassurance of knowing the battery will be at 100% condition/capacity where refurb is a lottery - the other extras are a bonus. Def go new at that difference.


How is it new though if it's unboxed? They could just be saying it's new.
Edited by: "BargainManV2.1.3" 24th Sep
BargainManV2.1.324/09/2019 11:37

How is it new though if it's unboxed? They could just be saying it's new.


well if the battery isn't 100% then you have them over a barrel.
jazzuk77724/09/2019 11:38

well if the battery isn't 100% then you have them over a barrel.


True.
jazzuk77724/09/2019 11:38

well if the battery isn't 100% then you have them over a barrel.


But don't batteries degrade over time regardless whether they're used or not?
BargainManV2.1.324/09/2019 11:39

But don't batteries degrade over time regardless whether they're used or …But don't batteries degrade over time regardless whether they're used or not?


If it's significantly less than the rated capacity (and I think companies publish the minimum capacity you can expect as well as rated capacity) then you know you have a refurb on your hands. That said, I bought a B+ condition phone from one of these ebay sellers recently (either Cheapest Electrical or TechSave IIRC) and the battery was 96% (and I couldn't find a single mark despite careful looking), so was pretty happy with that.
Edited by: "jazzuk777" 24th Sep
Racky24/09/2019 11:20

Cold. There is another deal with 318 brand new plus some extras


Not brand new, they removed charger! and original accessories and replaced it with their own generic pack,Check listing.
Bully24/09/2019 11:52

Not brand new, they removed charger! and original accessories and …Not brand new, they removed charger! and original accessories and replaced it with their own generic pack,Check listing.


Yep, it's not that good of a deal after all.
Heat added OP.
BargainManV2.1.324/09/2019 11:33

True, but is that stuff really worth an extra £30 though? Plus that brand …True, but is that stuff really worth an extra £30 though? Plus that brand new deal at £318 doesn't come with a plug, which would be the most expensive accessory in the box.


Resale, yes completely worth it.
Note 9 with 512gb for £419
BargainManV2.1.324/09/2019 11:53

Yep, it's not that good of a deal after all.


Racky24/09/2019 11:20

Cold. There is another deal with 318 brand new plus some extras


This will have zero warranty in the UK. Have just confirmed with seller these are US models and then chatted with samsung UK online

"I'm afraid the warranty of the phone can only be claimed from the country/ region the device was purchase.

With this in mind, apologies a US phone will have no warranty here in UK."

So the deal here at £289.99 is much better option.
Edited by: "Bully" 24th Sep
Great phone but no more software updates to be on the way for it now due to age. Unfortunately people no android Q due in December for all new Samsung phones but as this is a 2017 phone stear clear go for a s9 or newer to avoid an out of date phone in 6 months
You seem to have expensive taste... if you by chips for 290 quids and consider them cheap!
Edited by: "hi0parag" 25th Sep
hi0parag25/09/2019 12:50

You seem to have expensive taste... if you by chips for 290 quids and …You seem to have expensive taste... if you by chips for 290 quids and consider them cheap!


It's a saying. It doesn't mean it in a literal sense. Imagine if a car was worth £10,000 and it was on sale for £2,500. You'd say it was cheap as chips, because compared to its value, it's extremely cheap.
Edited by: "BargainManV2.1.3" 25th Sep
BargainManV2.1.325/09/2019 15:57

It's a saying. It doesn't mean it in a literal sense. Imagine if a car was …It's a saying. It doesn't mean it in a literal sense. Imagine if a car was worth £10,000 and it was on sale for £2,500. You'd say it was cheap as chips, because compared to its value, it's extremely cheap.


I know the saying...

Though I don't think this phone is cheap in the current day and age.. it might be competitively priced.. but definitely not cheap as chips
BargainManV2.1.325/09/2019 15:57

It's a saying. It doesn't mean it in a literal sense. Imagine if a car was …It's a saying. It doesn't mean it in a literal sense. Imagine if a car was worth £10,000 and it was on sale for £2,500. You'd say it was cheap as chips, because compared to its value, it's extremely cheap.


It's a 2 year old phone (the tech)... Considering high depreciation in Android phones and the lack of OS updates after 2 years... I cannot call this a good bargain... Like your car example... Cars depreciate over 4 to 6 years ... So a 2 year old model for 25% of the original price would be a bargain... But not Samsung phone
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