Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge,Sim free,Manufact. refurb,1 year warranty,Black or Gold £418 with code @ argos ebay
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge,Sim free,Manufact. refurb,1 year warranty,Black or Gold £418 with code @ argos ebay

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Found 9th Dec 2016Made hot 9th Dec 2016
Yes, another argos ebay 10% off code deal but this is worth a reminder.

Use code CEBAYARGOS for 10% off

Its a refurb but a Manufacturer refurb with a 12 month warranty!!!
And Unlocked / SIM FREE

Available in Black and Gold at this price and possible £5 TCB

In every review I've read, this phone is better than the Google Pixel. It is the best Android phone available

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This is a good deal. The code is not working for me, it says "We removed any voucher codes you already applied. You can try using them on a future purchase." Does anyone know why?

Over £400 for a 2nd hand phone when you can get a new one for less. oO
Edited by: "djh1975" 9th Dec 2016

vmk

This is a good deal. The code is not working for me, it says "We removed … This is a good deal. The code is not working for me, it says "We removed any voucher codes you already applied. You can try using them on a future purchase." Does anyone know why?


code is working for me
but I'm not paying 400 for a year old, refurb phone when the s8 is just around the corner

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djh1975

Over £400 for a 2nd hand phone when you can get a new one for less. oO



please tell me where you can get a brand new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge for less.
Its £629 at Carphone Warehouse. During their Black Friday deals, it was £529

This is a good deal. The code is not working for me, it says "We removed any voucher codes you already applied. You can try using them on a future purchase." Does anyone know why?

djh1975

Over £400 for a 2nd hand phone when you can get a new one for less. oO



​Please tell us where we can get it for less then £400 new?

tanked

please tell me where you can get a brand new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge for … please tell me where you can get a brand new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge for less. Its £629 at Carphone Warehouse. During their Black Friday deals, it was £529



I'm assuming he didn't mean an S7 but "a phone".

I wouldn't pay £400 for a pre-owned phone either mind you but each to their own

Can we really believe argos after the Apple refurb deal where they had been lying.

The phone is good I must say, just not sure of argos refurbs.

aj2001

Can we really believe argos after the Apple refurb deal where they had … Can we really believe argos after the Apple refurb deal where they had been lying. The phone is good I must say, just not sure of argos refurbs.



These are manufacturer refurbs.

GibsonSt19

These are manufacturer refurbs.


So not going to blow up?

Bit of an odd question but I have an LG G3 and I adore the double tap to wake up and close the screen feature. Can you do this with this phone?

Banned

tallpete33

I'm assuming he didn't mean an S7 but "a phone". I wouldn't pay £400 for … I'm assuming he didn't mean an S7 but "a phone". I wouldn't pay £400 for a pre-owned phone either mind you but each to their own



sometimes they are just returns from Argos, you may get lucky but you can always return it if you're not happy with it. Very different to actually buying a 2nd hand from off someone, no warranty, no returns etc. Not a bad deal though for the edge version

Hass123, the joke is long gone and for the wrong phone

Edited by: "BubbysDaddy" 9th Dec 2016

That's what they claim iPhones were too.voted hot for ops efforts and that it's Samsung and then android on top of that.

GibsonSt19

These are manufacturer refurbs.


Original Poster

tallpete33

I'm assuming he didn't mean an S7 but "a phone". I wouldn't pay £400 for … I'm assuming he didn't mean an S7 but "a phone". I wouldn't pay £400 for a pre-owned phone either mind you but each to their own



I get reassurance in the fact that it is manufacturer refurbished with a 12 month warranty and they've sold 240 of them already.

The Google Pixel isn't a "year old phone" but this is supposed to be better than that so I'm not too concerned about when the S7 Edge was actually released. I also have no crystal ball to know if the S8 is worth waiting for (price? headphone socket? Micro SD socket? who knows).

captainproton

Bit of an odd question but I have an LG G3 and I adore the double tap to … Bit of an odd question but I have an LG G3 and I adore the double tap to wake up and close the screen feature. Can you do this with this phone?



​No you can't, but the fingerprint scanner on the front is very well designed and easy to unlock.

hass123

So not going to blow up?



No because this is S7 edge, not Note 7.

captainproton

Bit of an odd question but I have an LG G3 and I adore the double tap to … Bit of an odd question but I have an LG G3 and I adore the double tap to wake up and close the screen feature. Can you do this with this phone?



This was the main reason I didn't buy one! Although a fingerprint sensor does reduce the need somewhat.

The Xperia XZ has this feature and the new G5 does AFAIK.

I didn't like the fingerprint sensor on the s7edge, was not accurate enough in my experience.

if you keep an eye out for stock on O2 store then available on Refresh deal for £352. Currently OOS

Just bought one. Thanks for the deal.

Any deals on dual sim version?

Just bought one. Thanks for posting the deal!

loofer

if you keep an eye out for stock on O2 store then available on Refresh … if you keep an eye out for stock on O2 store then available on Refresh deal for £352. Currently OOS



I also checked and did see the black one in stock - nearly perfect. It worked out at £384 over 24 months. Not sure how the 'nearly perfect' compares against the Manufacturer refurb, and also what the O2 warranty terms are.

keejoonc

No because this is S7 edge, not Note 7.



There has been a couple of 'claims' of S7 edge exploding. Not sure how accurate.
http://www.digitalspy.com/tech/samsung/news/a812428/uh-oh-now-a-samsung-s7-edge-has-allegedly-exploded-while-charging/
Noticed this after ordering


Edited by: "shamen72" 9th Dec 2016

Regarding the double tap to wake screen. I'm sure you can use nova launcher to set your phone to do that?

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If mine explodes, I'll wait until the S8 is released and then demand an S8

I'm really not worried about this - when the Note was recalled, all eyes were on the S7 which has sold in bucket loads and its been fine

I bought one from argos ebay, manufacture refurb - came in absolute pristine condition, not a scratch or scuff mark, i've only had it for a week approx., I paid £464 :(.
Manufactured refurb's can be phones that were just returned. Plus you can return it if you don't like. Very good deal, brand new cheapest I saw was £449 from the entertainmentstore on ebay, I I didn't buy it then because I wasn't convinced it was a uk model...it transpires that it was!

captainproton

Bit of an odd question but I have an LG G3 and I adore the double tap to … Bit of an odd question but I have an LG G3 and I adore the double tap to wake up and close the screen feature. Can you do this with this phone?



​no but you can wave your hand over the display to wake it

captainproton

Bit of an odd question but I have an LG G3 and I adore the double tap to … Bit of an odd question but I have an LG G3 and I adore the double tap to wake up and close the screen feature. Can you do this with this phone?



​Buy the LG g5... Awesome phone..

I am concerned about Argos refurbs, I can never find any details on the condition or origin of the devices. If they are 14 day customer returns then you could get lucky with an "as new" device, but it seems a bit pot luck. It is a lot of money to spend to find you have a phone with scratches on the screen or someones skin flakes and God knows what on it.

robodan918

code is working for mebut I'm not paying 400 for a year old, refurb phone … code is working for mebut I'm not paying 400 for a year old, refurb phone when the s8 is just around the corner



​Then why try the code? :P

Voted HOT
Excellent deal seems it comes with a 30 day return policy too, so any issues with the phone not quite up to scratch i'd be sending it back. Went with the black version

mynameisthehulk

I am concerned about Argos refurbs, I can never find any details on the … I am concerned about Argos refurbs, I can never find any details on the condition or origin of the devices. If they are 14 day customer returns then you could get lucky with an "as new" device, but it seems a bit pot luck. It is a lot of money to spend to find you have a phone with scratches on the screen or someones skin flakes and God knows what on it.


you've got the returns policy in place so if you're not happy with it return it, no worries then?

jimbo001

This was the main reason I didn't buy one! Although a fingerprint sensor … This was the main reason I didn't buy one! Although a fingerprint sensor does reduce the need somewhat. The Xperia XZ has this feature and the new G5 does AFAIK. I didn't like the fingerprint sensor on the s7edge, was not accurate enough in my experience.



​I have the XZ and can confirm it does have double tap to wake. I think HTC 10 does too.

Important feature as I've moved from LG G Flex to Sony XZ. And the Fingerprint sensor is quick and accurate.

captainproton

Bit of an odd question but I have an LG G3 and I adore the double tap to … Bit of an odd question but I have an LG G3 and I adore the double tap to wake up and close the screen feature. Can you do this with this phone?


I use Gravity Screen to wake up my screen using the proximity sensor. You just wave your hand in front of the screen to wake it up. My kids think I'm Yoda!

I just bought one, can't stand my LG G3 anymore, too much lag and always overheating.

gadger100

​Buy the LG g5... Awesome phone..


It does seem good but I'm put off by the rubbish battery comments.

Just bought, the IPAD refurb was mint so hoping this will be too.

My LG G4 overheated and went into boot loop last night just as I was trying to uber home from the Christmas party....

Great price for an S7 Edge. The phone will be eight months old max so the internals wont have taken much of a hammering. In addition to the 12 months argos warranty, you will also have the balance of the Samsung two year manufacturers warranty. I've used it a couple of times over the years with refurbs purchased for myself and family. Registering the phone on Samsung's UK support website beforehand seems to make the repair process run smoother. You can get an unofficial estimate of the remaining warranty by entering the phone's serial number CLICK HERE.

Also, don't forget that to use the superfast charging ability you need to get a Qualcomm Fast Charge 2.0 or 3.0 compatible mains charger. Amazon have them for £10-12. Anker and Aukey are both decent brands.
Edited by: "topazz" 9th Dec 2016

Have to wonder which reviews were saying this is better than the Pixel? Is that just an assumed thing as all the reviews I've watched and read have praised the Pixel to the skies, with the only negatives being that the design isn't necessarily that inspiring and the price is a bit high. I wouldn't mind seeing those reviews where they say the S7 is a better choice for a phone (if someone could link to them). I don't factor money into the quality of a phone - for me if a phone is the better option then it's a better option. From that point it's all a trade-off with how much you can afford and what level of spec you're seeking and what features you desire. A phone doesn't become better just because it is cheaper - it's still the same phone.

On the other hand this is the best price I've seen for the S7 Edge and it is a great phone. I prefer the normal S7 myself (having owned both) but you can't go wrong for this price. I've heard that Argos 'refurb' are Brightstar phones - i.e. Recycled handsets that have been junked via upgrade programmes etc. 'Manufacturer refurb' should mean customer returns though, and the S5 I got under this description was absolutely brand new - so I wouldn't worry about jumping on this if I hadn't just bought a P9 from O2!
Edited by: "misterleoni" 9th Dec 2016

kas786

you've got the returns policy in place so if you're not happy with it … you've got the returns policy in place so if you're not happy with it return it, no worries then?



It is still a pain in the backside to sort out the return, if it was another £100 cheaper then you are talking.

is this dual SIM?

Does it come in original box
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