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Refurbished iMac in the UK


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Hi I am wanting (pretty sure I am) to buy an Refurbished iMac BUT in the UK

Any ideas where I could get one?

Probably one of the new iMac's because they can have windows on them.
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Have you checked the Apple site?

http://www.apple.com/ukstore/

Scroll to the bottom right and look for (and click on) this:

The page that loads will have refurb iMacs, MacBooks, iPods, Mac Pros - in fact the only Apple product I've not seen on there yet is the iPhone.

Alternatively you might want to check if there are any Apple Authorised Resellers in your area as the one near me in Bristol sometimes has refurb or perhaps ex demo kit for sale.

BTW: I bought my MacBook from the Apple Refurb Store a year ago - very pleased with it.
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Yes I check but thanks
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Have you checked the Apple site?

http://www.apple.com/ukstore/

Scroll to the bottom right and look for (and click on) this:

The page that loads will have refurb iMacs, MacBooks, iPods, Mac Pros - in fact the only Apple product I've not seen on there yet is the iPhone.

Alternatively you might want to check if there are any Apple Authorised Resellers in your area as the one near me in Bristol sometimes has refurb or perhaps ex demo kit for sale.

BTW: I bought my MacBook from the Apple Refurb Store a year ago - very pleased with it.
Man whats that site of the pic?
It wont work when I click on the pic
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Man whats that site of the pic?
It wont work when I click on the pic
http://www.apple.com/ukstore/ (bottom right)
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