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So i just filled up my nano, and Im thinking about buying a video. The only problem is that Im really tight on cash, especially with buying books for college in a few weeks....
So anyone have any experience buying refurb ipods from apple? I heard good things about refurb computers, but nothing about the ipod itself.

any insight would be appreciated!
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both of the ipods I have owned have been refurbs. my old one was a 3rd gen that died after about 2.5 years and the one I own now is a 60gb video that I got for christmas and its still kickin strong.
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I just purchase a 30gig refurb ipod. Looks brand new and is working like a charm.
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I have two refurbed 30gig videos. They were indistinguishable from new.
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I have two refurbed 30gig videos. They were indistinguishable from new.
not true....



they come in a different box
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My refurb is a 2GB Nano. It was - and remains - perfect. I know you're looking at video iPods not a Nano, but I'd personally consider another refurb iPod if I were in the market.

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thanks for the insight everyone. I think Ill go with a refurb one.
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