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[Amazon Canada] Amazon Warehouse: Gaming laptops

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Newbie
Jan 23, 2013
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[Amazon Canada] Amazon Warehouse: Gaming laptops

Amazon Warehouse items are usually described as used and open-box items. I've purchased a gaming laptop from Amazon Warehouse and my laptop was in mint condition. Amazon's 30 day return policy + sometimes manufacturer warranty applies to all products. Most of these laptops will have limited stock and generally sell quickly.

I've personally selected which laptops I would consider warm - hot deals.

1070 Laptops:

LINK: https://www.amazon.ca/GIGABYTE-Aero-15X ... 07&sr=1-45

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LINK: https://www.amazon.ca/GS73-8RF-026CA-St ... 42&sr=1-60

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LINK: https://www.amazon.ca/Asus-Zephyrus-Gam ... 50&sr=1-20

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LINK: https://www.amazon.ca/Dell-Alienware-AW ... 77&sr=1-85

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1060 Laptops:

LINK: https://www.amazon.ca/GE63-8RE-200CA-Ra ... 07&sr=1-43

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LINK: https://www.amazon.ca/GP63-8RE-202CA-Le ... 50&sr=1-10

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LINK: https://www.amazon.ca/Asus-FX504GM-AB71 ... 50&sr=1-13

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LINK: https://www.amazon.ca/Asus-GL703GM-DS74 ... 89&sr=1-30

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LINK: https://www.amazon.ca/Acer-Predator-i7- ... 77&sr=1-79

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LINK: https://www.amazon.ca/CYBERPOWERPC-TVR1 ... 42&sr=1-70

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Last edited by Geoff2 on Feb 11th, 2019 3:14 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Newbie
Aug 4, 2018
89 posts
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I’ve had nothing but issues with everything I’ve ordered from amazon warehouse. Missing pieces and broken stuff every time, regardless of “very good” condition. The people that run the warehouses obviously don’t know anything about the stuff they sell or simply don’t care about giving accurate descriptions. I would never spend that much money on something from there.
Deal Addict
Aug 4, 2006
2373 posts
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Toronto
BiboB34387 wrote:
Feb 11th, 2019 2:54 pm
I’ve had nothing but issues with everything I’ve ordered from amazon warehouse. Missing pieces and broken stuff every time, regardless of “very good” condition. The people that run the warehouses obviously don’t know anything about the stuff they sell or simply don’t care about giving accurate descriptions. I would never spend that much money on something from there.
100% this, I ordered a food processor over christmas that only had the accessories in the box. No food processor...
Member
Nov 22, 2015
421 posts
392 upvotes
Toronto
I ordered a Jiffy garment steamer along with the extra sale on wharehouse items and it came looking brand new. With that 20% off extra off it was a STEAL.
Deal Fanatic
Feb 2, 2011
7215 posts
2008 upvotes
Oakville/Toronto
I usually don't have any issue ordering items from the Warehouse, but the only times I've been screwed are when I've bought a used laptop from the Warehouse, 3x and each time a horrifying issue. Cracked screen, DoA, and horrible fan noise and overheating issues. There's not quality control on laptops as far as I can tell, and each time I was told I was SoL and to just return the item, even if I needed a laptop for working when travelling.
Deal Addict
Feb 1, 2008
2731 posts
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I've had mixed results from Warehouse deals.

I recently bought a "Like new" Targus dock... like new meant the flip top was broken so it slides off and all the charge cable adapters were gone. Lucky for me Targus is sending me replacement heads and Amazon gave me 25% off.

Always worth a shot. Amazon generally gets yor refund to you before you owe the money back to your credit card... so only risk is time investment.
Member
May 3, 2007
414 posts
448 upvotes
Toronto
I've also had bad experiences with Amazon Warehouse deals. Even a microwave I ordered was DOA, they didn't even bother to test it before shipping. It was such a pain to return it. Amazon is good with returns but they keep track of how many returns you do before shutting you down.
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Feb 9, 2009
1004 posts
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Vtlegend wrote:
Feb 11th, 2019 3:13 pm
I've also had bad experiences with Amazon Warehouse deals. Even a microwave I ordered was DOA, they didn't even bother to test it before shipping. It was such a pain to return it. Amazon is good with returns but they keep track of how many returns you do before shutting you down.
I've never had any issues with the Warehouse products, the description matched the product . But good to know it s not 100% guaranteed .
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Dec 29, 2008
2909 posts
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Returns will be harder when Bezos ex takes half of everything he owns.

Zing!!!!

Joke guys its a joke
Sr. Member
Dec 15, 2015
500 posts
297 upvotes
Toronto
BiboB34387 wrote:
Feb 11th, 2019 2:54 pm
I’ve had nothing but issues with everything I’ve ordered from amazon warehouse. Missing pieces and broken stuff every time, regardless of “very good” condition. The people that run the warehouses obviously don’t know anything about the stuff they sell or simply don’t care about giving accurate descriptions. I would never spend that much money on something from there.
I've had some of the same issues happen. I just chat amazon, they usually just refund my money and tell me to dispose of the item. If they need the item back, $10 credit for my time as their employee did not do the job they were supposed to do.

Never ordered a computer though, its usually Lego, or other small house hold items.
Jr. Member
Oct 13, 2016
118 posts
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In a galaxy far far …
Recent two items from Warehouse deals were just scams. A Bait and switch a knock off product for what was advertised. Amazon was quick to refund or provide promotional credit and a partial refund but Buyer Beware
Member
Dec 23, 2006
467 posts
124 upvotes
Its a hit or miss for me. I got almost brand new items as well as things that looks like its been to the dumpster then throw back together.
The worst case is a Nintendo Switch game, inside the case there is no game!

For lower price items I wouldn't mind buying from the warehouse but never anything as expensive as a laptop.
Fido $40 5GB small + $15 3GB tablet data
PM $20 province wide talk
Member
Nov 3, 2010
448 posts
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Remember that everything is just anecdotes. I bought a GS65 a few months ago for $1600 before taxes when it was still $2300+. It was literally un-opened.
It doesn't really matter because Amazon will refund you no questions asked if you have any issues. Don't be afraid to take 'risks'.
Sr. Member
Feb 21, 2005
844 posts
164 upvotes
I ordered a mouse from amazon warehouse and it came smell funny with some white stuff on it, returned it right away!
Newbie
Nov 27, 2016
75 posts
16 upvotes
For me chancing a warehouse laptop isn't worth the risk, the one I bought around a year ago had a terrible fan noise issue that would have cost $50 to fix and much difficulty. Great computer but likely to be defective.

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