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[Refurbished] Sony WH1000XM3B Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones $319.20 Delivered @ Sony eBay

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  • +13 votes

    I'd rather pay $30 more for new

  • +13 votes

    These were recently $318 at Amazon and ebay with 20% discount. No deal at buying refurbished at this price.

    • -3 votes

      This still seems like the cheapest price available right now. That sounds like a bargain to me

    • +2 votes

      While what you say might make sense, this is not a valid reason for neg.

    • +1 vote

      That deal is now expired and this is the cheapest option on the market. I bought these refurbs last deal and I'm pretty sure they're brand new.

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    Qantas is doing the same price for brand new. However you'll need to add an extra 2000 qff points, which shouldn't be to hard to get

  • +6 votes

    The way I view refurbished stuff, is that it's definitely working, as I know a technician has confirmed it, as that is required to re-sell an item which is returned (as they mostly are). With new, probably one 2 out of 100 of each batch are checked. Not saying refurbished is better than new, but it's perfectly fine. I think people often think of refurbished as some broken item they pulled out of a dumpster and chucked in a box, and it's definitely not gonna work.

    My TV, projector, and another pair of headphones are all either seconds or refurbished. Refurbished I can't tell the difference between new. The TV (factory second) has a small crack in bezel (not visible from front) which was noted at the time of purchase. Still working well 7 years later.

  • -2 votes

    They would be sporting someone else's ear wax

    • +3 votes

      These go over the ear it would take a really dirty or extremely large ear to do that to these. Also they replace all the pads with new ones. It’s noted in the refurbishment process.

  • +2 votes

    went to jbhifi to check this set, and to be honest, the build quality is nowhere near $300+ value.
    the plastic, and please look inside the ear cups/pads. the material there are just so-so.

    i will probably will get lots of negs, but that is my opinion.

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    XZ Premium Black for $299.70 delivered looks a great deal, might be one of the last 16:9 flagships.

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/SONY-XPERIAXZPB-Xperia-XZ-Premiu...

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