I Bought a Geek Squad Refurbished PS4 – It Was Better Than Expected
I Bought a Geek Squad Refurbished PS4 – It Was Better Than Expected. I’ve been buying refurbished game consoles from various online sellers to show you what you can likely expect if you buy one. This time I bought a certified refurbished PS4 from Geek Squad to see what they’re refurbished consoles are like. After making sure everything worked and taking the console apart I’m mostly impressed with the condition of the console. The biggest issue I found is that they forgot to include the controller (which I didn’t realize until after I recorded the teardown.) I never ended up contacting Geek Squad about the missing controller but I’m assuming that, if I had called them, they would have mailed me a controller or possibly refunded part of the purchase price.
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About This Video: My 5th video where I buy a “refurbished” game console and then test it and tear it down to check the condition. This console was from Geek Squad (the repair and support division of Best Buy). This was the cheapest game console so far and overall it was better than I thought it would be.
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