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    Default How worse is "cause friction & indent"?


    Only watch a actually cool Dellcomputer I enjoy for sale on the Dell outlet. Might expect to acquireit, but it says "scratch & dent". Does anybody haveexperience purchasing from the Dell outlet? Did you ever purchase onethat said "scratch & dent"? Would it only be a stupididea to purchase a computer that tells that...?

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    It is surely scratched up and dented. I mean, cosmetically it should be a trouble if you are appearing for a exact computer, but functionally it should work nice.

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    Yeah, that may be would bug me. I can deal with a couple scratches...but a "dent" sounds fairly worse.
    And never mind anyway, it is gone, somebody acquire it. I would go mad seeing the outlet store for a computer I enjoy to show up...it had be gone in a some minutes...

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    I have watched scratch and dents go a lot more then renovated laptop. Sent from my Nexus S 4G using Tapatalk.

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    I have bought the Certified Refurbished from them twice and today awaiting the delivery of a 'novel' netbook from them. I acquired a Dell Mini 1012 and an Inspiron 17R 2nd Gen from them thus far in the outlet and been extreme pleased.

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    I detected no cosmetic damage to either unit and am actually appearing forward to the 11z we only ordered this week, while that was a novel unit, I am certain it will be just fine. I have had four computers from Dell and this latest one is the third I have purchased 'new' and the other two that I bought novel are however running smoothly too. Overall I actually enjoy Dell's products.

    Purchased a couple things from the outlet above the past some years and "scratch & dent" was nothing. Never had a "dent".. only minor scratches that were barely remarkable. I had to seem for them to detect it.. It is usually free shipping and you could always return it if the dent or scratch bugs you that much.

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    Any cosmetic blemishes on Scratch and Dent machines I have ordered have everything been minor or unnoticeable. Dell is fairly good about returns without fees if you do not enjoy a machine but however plan to order from them.

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