Fast & Free UK Delivery, tracked and insured as standard
All our Lenovo, Acer & Dell Refurbished Laptops sold in the UK are dispatched using DPD or Royal Mail, with free delivery in the UK.
Online refurbished laptop orders are usually dispatched on the same day if order payment clears before 11:30am, sent on 24/48 hour service.
All products are sterilised before dispatch and are delivered in retail or plain packaging. We strive to reuse packaging where we can to help lower our carbon footprint. We also dispatch refurbished laptops to European countries such as France, Germany and International Countries such as the United States.
Easy Returns & Reliable Customer Service
Even though all of our refurbished laptops come with 12 Months warranty as standard, we know that things don't always go to plan. With our responsive customer support experience and easy returns service, you can be sure that you get the refurbished laptop you wanted at good value.
If you discover a fault with your laptop purchase covered by our warranty, we will arrange collection and cover the return postage cost. If you just don''t want what you purchased any more, we offer a 30 day no quibble return, with you covering the return postage cost.
We care about your Security & Privacy online
We care about your data, and run strict internal policies to ensure we are not only GDPR compliant, but that we take every step we can to protect the data you provide to us. We use Stripe to process our payments which offers our customers a secure and trusted way to buy refurbished laptops in the UK and the EU.
We will never sell your data, and care about creating a harmonious relationship with every one of our customers.
As a company built from providing technical support to the public and small businesses, we understand how to best help our customers, with any level of technical ability. Because of this we also provide additional technical support, which is available to any customer as an after sales service.
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