Anyone know about REFURBISHED deals of CONSUMER PRODUCTS especially ELECTRONICS
here in Bangladesh,
Your Know-how will be highly appreciated..
Refurbished products are darn cheap,good for people who has a limited budget and yet wants that latest gadget. I prefer apple refurbished products(way too cheap but they have either scratch marks,flattened corners or are mostly repaired once) and they also come with warranty if you get them from the warehouse. I don't know if refurbished product deals are available in bangladesh but would be nice for people with little cash,but be careful they are mostly faulty products restored to operating state.
I'd also like to know
Very Interested! Let us know the details.
@йЦммєя³¹ Camera-DSLR, ipod, gpu, high end phones !!!
yah, my wishlist is similar to dj_beggar 's ...
do u know where i could get these deals here in bd..
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good deal for us students...
The best part of Refurbished products holo, agulo original manufacturer' e repair kore most of the times, ja local service center theke repair korar theke thousands times better ... And agulo 2nd hand products theke oneeeek gun besi reliable and better deal !!!
BD te almost kono product er official dealer nai...and jara ase tara repairing kore na....korleo shei rokom kore na....so i dont think you can get that kind of refurbished products in BD...
and there are some ppl that post ads
such as http://www.bdstore.net/
they basically buy products from Amazon.co.uk
u can contact them
Refurbished DSLR paile kaje lagto :/
BD te mone hoy na factory refurbished items pawa jai. Mone hoy nijerai thik kore abar packet kore sell kore. So u gotta be careful when buying these stuffs ....... it is better to buy second hand ......
I don't think there is any refurbished deals or stores available in BD because there aren't that many name brand official stores or dealers so no hope at this point,but might be possible in the near future.
Yes you can buy something new, use a screwdriver, dismantle it, then reassemble it, voila, you've a perfectly working refurbished product (assuming you were able to put it back together right)