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FAQ

 

What are refurbished laptops and refurbished computers?

We are a computer recycling and data destruction company, which means that we work with companies who have large amounts of data bearing equipment (i.e. PCs, laptop, servers) and we manage their end-of-life inventory, delete all data, clean and refurbish, ready for sale. We source working machines from all over the world and refurbish them. They are thoroughly cleaned and restored to like-new condition.


How Do You Refurbish laptops and computers?

All refurbished laptops and refurbished computers are cleaned inside and out so they look as new as they can! All hard drives and components go under extensive checks to ensure they are in great condition and any components that need replacing are so with genuine manufacturer approved parts. The Windows operating system is installed along with a Recovery partition so you can restore your computers software to factory defaults just  in case anything goes wrong.It is then quality control checked and then finally boxed and packaged ready for shipping to you!

So you receive a boxed like new product for a fraction of the price!


Does It Come with Windows 10 installed?

Gigarefurb are part of the Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher Program so it will come preinstalled with windows 10 and a genuine windows 10 license sticker (COA) is attached to your machine so its ready to use straight out of the box!


Why Buy Refurbished Laptops and Refurbished Computers?


There are many reasons for buying refurbished laptops and refurbished computers, from businesses trying to cut costs and keep the quality of the equipment to a high standard, to savvy home users who want to make their money go further. What's more you can reduce your carbon footprint and you or your business can help save the environment!


Why Buy from Gigarefurb?

The quality of our refurbished laptops and refurbished computers exceeds the standard you expect from a stereotypical refurbished product. We are the the refurbisher, we quality check every item we sell and don't simply resell other refurbisher's products, so we can keep the high standards you expect from us!


What is the quality like?

Our machines are mostly Grade 1, like-new unless otherwise stated in the description. This is like-new but may have signs of use. If your item is not Grade 1 it will state either Grade 2 or Grade 3 in the description. Please see our grading page for more information on the different grades: https://www.gigarefurb.co.uk/grading


What operating systems can be installed?

We pre-install Windows 10 Home 64-bit for compatible machines and Windows 7 Pro 64-bit for the rest. When purchasing a refurbished laptop or refurbished computer from our website you have the option of keeping Windows 10 Home, upgrading to Windows 10 Pro or downgrading to Windows 7 Pro. We are a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher so we are authorised by Microsoft to install and license genuine versions of Microsoft Windows for your refurbished laptop or refurbished computer.


What comes in the box

Our product descriptions will always tell you what comes with your purchase. Usually with refurbished computers it will include a power cable and with refurbished laptops it will include the power supply and power cables. Refurbished monitors will include a power cable and standard VGA cable.

Please check the item description for more details or contact us on 0161 745 9720


What warranty is included?

All of our refurbished laptops and refurbished desktops unless otherwise stated come with 12 months RTB (Return To Base) warranty. The return to base warranty requires the customer to return the refurbished laptop or refurbished computer to us. We cover any parts required, labour and the return postage from us to you. This warranty covers all hardware faults but does not cover software faults, accidental damage and aftermarket installations. We install a recovery partition on all refurbished laptops and refurbished computers, so if you have any software problems you can restore your machine to factory default. On refurbished laptops the warranty includes all hardware but not include the battery as this is classed as a consumable.

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