Index

  1. Definition A-Quality
  2. Definition B-Quality
  3. Definition C-Quality

 

 

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You will notice that we classify in our article descriptions which quality level the corresponding articles have. Below you will find detailed information on the defined quality levels:

 

  Definition A-Quality

undamaged, without significant defects, technically faultless

The term "undamaged, without significant defects, technically faultless" refers to devices that are used and show slight signs of wear and tear. However, such wear and tear is negligible or insignificant.

 

 

  Definition B-Quality

Slightly damaged, with slight optical defects, but technically faultless

"Slightly damaged, with slight optical defects, but technically faultless" is defined as devices...

 
  • with small but visible housing impairments, which have been caused, for example, by regular transport or frequent use. The impairments are clearly visible, but functionally absolutely irrelevant.
  • that have minor but visible display impairments, such as those caused by regular transport or carelessly touching the display. The impairments are clearly visible, but functionally absolutely irrelevant.

 

  Definition C-Quality

defective/badly damaged, with strong optical and/or technical defects

As "defective / badly damaged, with strong optical and / or technical defects", devices are defined with the following characteristics:

 
  • broken display
  • housing strongly distorted or broken
  • keyboard broken out or keys missing
  • doesn’t start / no function