$229.99 32GB iPod Touch 3G

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  1. mackmack5

    mackmack5 New Member

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    Woot has the best stuff ever, and their selling these at an unbelievable price! I just went in for one, and i thought i would share the saveings.
    http://www.woot.com/
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    Cheaper on Amazon.
  3. instink7

    instink7 New Member

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    no it isn't
  4. metaldood

    metaldood New Member

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    Refurbished!
  5. deadlyvirus

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    Exactly
  6. APV

    APV Well-Known Member

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    But, Apple's refurbished products are always newish, the internals are old, but they replace the complete outside housing, so it's almost new. So it's not a bad deal.
  7. TakenAppleDownAPeg

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    touches are like tanks, if its going to die its the guts that die unless you shank the screen, I have dropped mine and sat on it so much and its virtually good as new. If it were new, I would probably buy it because of the better specs.
  8. ssddyakno

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    You people who won't buy a refurb are fools.

    It's simple statistics.

    Say you have 300 moving parts that make a thing work. Now say there is a 50% chance that 1/300 parts will become faulty, and you will be left with an inoperable thing. Well, with a refurb, the part that was MOST likely to break, DID break, and has been fixed.

    What are you left with? A thing that is much less likely to break.

    I have been buying refurbs for years with no reservations whatsoever, and I've yet to be let down.

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