Amazon Warehouse offers a lot of killer deals on pre-owned tech that can save you hundreds on refurbished and repackaged electronics. For a limited time, Amazon is slashing prices even further on much of its Warehouse inventory, so if you’re looking for some serious discounts on brand-name gadgets, then check out our favorite closeout deals, which can save you 50 percent or more on smartphones, VR headsets, and more.
All items from Amazon Warehouse are professionally cleaned, inspected, tested, graded by condition, and repackaged. Many of these deals are customer returns in “very good” to “like-new condition,” and all are covered by Amazon’s excellent return policy and outstanding customer service. Bear in mind that these are closeout deals, so inventory is limited and we can’t guarantee how long they will last. If you see something you like, be sure to jump on it before it’s gone.
Samsung Gear VR headset
We’ve seen some great deals on Samsung’s Gear VR headset lately, but this one takes the cake. The Gear VR is the best way to enjoy virtual reality if you own a Samsung Galaxy phone, and you can score one in “very good” condition for less than $15 from Amazon Warehouse. Note that this is the first-generation version of Gear VR, but as the second-gen model costs around $100 or more, this deal is hard to pass up.
If the “very good” condition unit is out of stock, Amazon also has it available in “good” condition for just $20 – still a solid discount on an awesome VR headset.
Sony MDRXB650BT/B Extra Bass Bluetooth headphones
Wireless headphones like the Sony MDRXB650BT/B are the perfect way to free yourself from cables when you want to listen to music on any of your Bluetooth-capable devices. These aptly named Extra Bass Bluetooth headphones feature 30mm drivers that deliver crisp audio and a boosted bass response for punchy lows. The cushioned earcups also fold flat so you can easily slip these compact cans into your bag when you’re on the move.
The Sony MDRXB650BT/B cost $128 new, but these Bluetooth headphones can be yours from Amazon Warehouse for as low as $35 in refurbished or “very good” condition, saving you $93.
Netgear WNDR3400 dual band Wi-Fi router
Most of us don’t think about our routers that much, but buying your own can improve Wi-Fi speeds and save you from equipment rental fees from your internet service provider. If you’ve been eyeballing a router but prices are causing sticker shock, then check out the discounted Netgear WNDR3400. This attractive Wi-Fi router delivers a 600Mbps throughput across two bands for snappy speeds and less signal interference.
Normally $50 new, the Netgear WNDR3400 router is just $14 in “like-new” condition from Amazon Warehouse. If you’re paying fees to rent a basic router from your ISP, the WNDR3400 can easily pay for itself in a matter of months.
BlackBerry Passport 4G LTE smartphone
Remember BlackBerry? This maker of work-focused smartphones almost went the way of the dinosaur, but new leadership has allowed the company to burst back onto the scene in recent years with popular and well-reviewed devices like the BlackBerry Passport. The Passport features a widened 4.5-inch square touchscreen and the classic built-in QWERTY keyboard that BlackBerry is famous for. This particular model is fully unlocked and compatible with T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T 4G LTE networks.
The Passport costs between $350 to $500 new, but you can snag one in “very good” condition for just $160 from Amazon Warehouse.
Samsung Gear Fit V1 fitness tracker
With summer on the horizon, now is the perfect time to jump on the fitness tracker bandwagon. These popular devices help you get the most out of your workout regimen, and the Samsung Gear Fit, with its curved color AMOLED display, is an especially attractive option. The Gear Fit syncs with your Android smartphone and, along with tracking your activity and uploading your fitness metrics to the companion app, the watch notifies you of incoming texts, calls, and emails. This model also comes with a built-in heart rate monitor, a nice added feature that most basic fitness trackers lack.
A brand-new first-generation Gear Fit comes in at $120, but Amazon Warehouse offers it in “very good” condition for just $43, saving you a tidy $77.
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