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What is Refurbished?

Refurbished laptops and refurbished computers are used equipment that are given a second life. The refurbished laptop and refurbished PC undergo the process of data wiping, 21 point tests, hardware stress testing,

software installation and genuine Microsoft licensing so you get a like-new product ready to use out of the box like you would a new product.

Will it be like a brand new item?

Our equipment is once used. We refurbish it so it is usable once more. We grade each item to our strict guidelines so you can see what to expect.

Some Grade A examples may indeed look brand new as the have had little use and some may show light signs of use such as scratches. 


This is new! It may not come in it's original box, or the original packaging may have been opened and re-sealed, but the product itself is untouched, never owned and simply brand new.


These refurbished laptops and refurbished computers are in great condition. May have some light cosmetic scratches / scuffs on cases and may have some wear on touchpads or keyboards... they are used after all!

No blemishes on screens. Some examples may show no signs of use some may some signs of use. All are fully tested using our 21 point cosmetic, operational and stress tests.

Covered by 12 Months RTB Warranty


These refurbished laptops and refurbished computers are in good condition, They show more, heavier signs of use so expect more cosmetic damage than Grade 1, small dents or light screen blemishes. However all components and software is of the same quality as grade A

All are Fully Tested using our 21 point tests and stress tested.

Covered by 12 Months RTB Warranty

These refurbished laptops and refurbished computers are still good! Expect heavier signs of use. Again all components and software is of the same quality as grade A but at a cheaper price!


Unless otherwise stated in the description all products are covered by 12 months RTB (Return To Base) warranty. If you have any problems with your hardware you can return it to us and we will repair or replace your item! To read more about your Warranty click here


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