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Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB Blue Refurbished Good Smartphone £220.99 @ Music Magpie Ebay With Code
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Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB Blue Refurbished Good Smartphone £220.99 @ Music Magpie Ebay With Code

£220.99£259.9915%eBay Deals
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Posted 29th Oct

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Excellent price, and if it comes better than described, which is a 50/50 chance with these guys, then you're onto a winner imo.
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  • Good – This product will show moderate signs of wear and tear, the item has been fully tested, restored to factory settings and is in excellent working order.
  • You’re getting a great device at a great price!
  • This Phone doesn't include its original box.

  • As well as a great value phone, you will also receive:
  • FREE 12 Months Warranty
  • FREE USB Charging Cable
  • FREE Royal Mail 48hrs delivery
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Great deal especially with 12 month warranty
Anyone bought from this lot? Is pristine really what they say?
Anyone have experience of these in terms of battery? I assume they have had quite a few charge cycles even if they're good cosmetically?
Tasty deal
finnmaccool29/10/2019 15:16

Anyone bought from this lot? Is pristine really what they say?


Yeah mine was for my s7 edge
first
I've been lookin at the s9, but would it be much of an upgrade from mate 10pro?
finnmaccool29/10/2019 15:16

Anyone bought from this lot? Is pristine really what they say?



If it's not, you can just return it.

This one is "good". Which is effectively grade C. Which is a lottery. Might be in nice nick, might look like they fished it out of a drain ....
finnmaccool29/10/2019 15:16

Anyone bought from this lot? Is pristine really what they say?



I bought a pixel 3 in very good condition from MM and it arrived in pristine condition. Really good customer service too.
sancheez29/10/2019 15:26

If it's not, you can just return it.This one is "good". Which is …If it's not, you can just return it.This one is "good". Which is effectively grade C. Which is a lottery. Might be in nice nick, might look like they fished it out of a drain ....


Or worse still, they’ve replaced bits themselves - though probably not on an AMOLED Samsung.
sancheez29/10/2019 15:26

If it's not, you can just return it.This one is "good". Which is …If it's not, you can just return it.This one is "good". Which is effectively grade C. Which is a lottery. Might be in nice nick, might look like they fished it out of a drain ....


Is it free to return?
parryboi29/10/2019 15:26

I've been lookin at the s9, but would it be much of an upgrade from mate …I've been lookin at the s9, but would it be much of an upgrade from mate 10pro?


Not really no. Probably a downgrade in key areas, battery life being the major one.
ibzy45829/10/2019 15:33

Is it free to return?


If you say not as a described, they have to offer free returns
MrSwitch29/10/2019 15:34

If you say not as a described, they have to offer free returns


Thanks for that,it’s just I thought you have to pay if you buy through eBay
MrSwitch29/10/2019 15:34

If you say not as a described, they have to offer free returns


Yep even as a private seller who ticks the returns not accepted box, this automatically allows the buyer to return regardless
JohnnyRoller29/10/2019 15:39

Yep even as a private seller who ticks the returns not accepted box, this …Yep even as a private seller who ticks the returns not accepted box, this automatically allows the buyer to return regardless


Yup. I've experienced that before, there is zero protection for sellers, and 100% for buyers.
MrSwitch29/10/2019 15:42

Yup. I've experienced that before, there is zero protection for sellers, …Yup. I've experienced that before, there is zero protection for sellers, and 100% for buyers.


On a positive note stockmustgo replaced the broken iPhone 7
MrSwitch29/10/2019 15:43

With another?


I fully expected another pile of scrap, but to be fair the replacement was way better. It was a black iPhone 7 32GB C grade that I sent back (had screen replacement but broken home button), received a silver iPhone 7 128GB in a B grade (A grade casing *mint*) condition. It just has a few scuffs on the screen, no deep scratches. 87% battery health as well not bad for £91...

Much better condition than the other iPhone 7 I have kept from the same seller.
JohnnyRoller29/10/2019 15:49

I fully expected another pile of scrap, but to be fair the replacement was …I fully expected another pile of scrap, but to be fair the replacement was way better. It was a black iPhone 7 32GB C grade that I sent back (had screen replacement but broken home button), received a silver iPhone 7 128GB in a B grade (A grade casing *mint*) condition. It just has a few scuffs on the screen, no deep scratches. 87% battery health as well not bad for £91...Much better condition than the other iPhone 7 I have kept from the same seller.


Nice. I just bought another one from 4gadgeys last week for £129.99, in good condition, but it came in very good to pristine I'd say, for the mother in law. Gotta keep em happy
I am trying to buy a new phone and you are not helping with these posts every hour @MrSwitch , keep it going
kamania29/10/2019 16:37

I am trying to buy a new phone and you are not helping with these posts …I am trying to buy a new phone and you are not helping with these posts every hour @MrSwitch , keep it going


Sorry mate, I'll stop...... When I go to bed tonight
MrSwitch29/10/2019 16:40

Sorry mate, I'll stop...... When I go to bed tonight


Oh no don't, I still haven't decided which one to go for
I'm in the market for a new phone with a 200-250 quid budget. Appreciate @MrSwitch 's continuous updates, but I'm confused as hell now
kamania29/10/2019 16:37

I am trying to buy a new phone and you are not helping with these posts …I am trying to buy a new phone and you are not helping with these posts every hour @MrSwitch , keep it going


Haha I’m the same and now can’t decide between S9, A70 and potential cheap OnePlus 6T/7 out there (sub £350)
I've been torn between all these eBay codes and waiting for black Friday. Finally took the plunge today and bought one (not this S9), but now I live in fear of another @MrSwitch deal appearing that makes me rethink my life choices.
Edited by: "Black_Hole" 29th Oct
Black_Hole29/10/2019 18:08

I've been torn between all these eBay codes and waiting for black Friday. …I've been torn between all these eBay codes and waiting for black Friday. Finally took the plunge today and bought one (not this S9), but now I live in fear of another @MrSwitch deal appearing that makes me rethink my life choices.


I promise I'll not post any more phone deals...... For the next half hour, teas nearly ready
Previously purchased from MM a few years ago with a minor issue with one phone, all rectified without charge & has been going strong ever since.

Added heat for this price & purchased for she who must be obeyed, so she has no excuse for not responding. Her current phone doesnt seem to have as good a signal as mine, high time it was updated anyway.

Thanks to OP, one Christmas present sorted.
BingoBertie29/10/2019 18:25

Previously purchased from MM a few years ago with a minor issue with one …Previously purchased from MM a few years ago with a minor issue with one phone, all rectified without charge & has been going strong ever since.Added heat for this price & purchased for she who must be obeyed, so she has no excuse for not responding. Her current phone doesnt seem to have as good a signal as mine, high time it was updated anyway.Thanks to OP, one Christmas present sorted.


1 of many
I've got the S9, it's a lovely phone. The photos it takes are superb. I'm sure you can always get better, but for £200 it's hard to beat.
Solado29/10/2019 15:20

Anyone have experience of these in terms of battery? I assume they have …Anyone have experience of these in terms of battery? I assume they have had quite a few charge cycles even if they're good cosmetically?


Very good point
Xmas shopping run-up started early this year apparently. @MrSwitch disrupting wallets and confusing minds already (despite his key community role, highlighting bargains). It's called life
Edited by: "xavierluther" 29th Oct
Solado29/10/2019 15:20

Anyone have experience of these in terms of battery? I assume they have …Anyone have experience of these in terms of battery? I assume they have had quite a few charge cycles even if they're good cosmetically?


Good refurbishing practice is to replace battery if below 90% capacity, but don't bank on it. Either return if not satisfactory or replace it yourself in a shop, £20-30 should do the trick. Phone is great and will be supported two more years by Samsung, so well worth the outlay
finnmaccool29/10/2019 15:16

Anyone bought from this lot? Is pristine really what they say?


We bought iPhone xr very good rated and it was pristine. Reputable companies.like this and gear4 dont want the expense of returns so they make sure they rate phones above par.
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 30th Oct
Are these oos
liyare30/10/2019 08:30

Are these oos


Nope! Try the desktop site or app. Mobile site is pants.
LOL I don't ever think i'm going to get A new phone I really really can't make my mind up
Damn I’m tempted. Broke the screen (just the glass) on my Note 9 at the weekend and torn between selling it faulty or replacing the screen and keeping it. £145 via eBay to get it fixed, albeit it’s mint otherwise 😬
Received mine today. Looks good to me. Few scuffs on the corners from a case and some fluff in the ports, but other than that - all good!

Just out of interest, how long have you got to send back and swap if there are any issues?
luceo31/10/2019 20:54

Received mine today. Looks good to me. Few scuffs on the corners from a …Received mine today. Looks good to me. Few scuffs on the corners from a case and some fluff in the ports, but other than that - all good! Just out of interest, how long have you got to send back and swap if there are any issues?


14 days I should imagine as standard, maybe different for ebay purchases
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