Used PlayStation Vita units are now available on CowBoom for very low prices after using a coupon code.
I recommend you all get one. It's a steal at that price.
Damn that's a good deal, but I'm notoriously anal when it comes to buying a console. It must always be new. I don't know why, but it just doesn't feel right, buying a console when someone's already had their grimy fingers on it.
@ TomShoe... I tried to multi-agree but it won't let me.. I can't buy nothing new.. it's only recently I've gotten into used games but it has to look pristine...
Used handheld ewww
Yah, as much as I'd love one for that cheap, not sure if its worth it. " Items with a grade of 5-6 are pretty much fine. Anything lower is a risk so make sure to get a console that’s not too badly damaged." "- May be missing parts or accessories - May have dents or scratches" Most are 4s and the 5s I did see pretty much all had scratches on the screen...
Always make you wonder.. who the hell doesn't know how to take care of electronics?
From website: - May show limited signs of use - May be missing parts or accessories - May have dents or scratches When you look at the ones available, they all have "very deep scratches", dents, damaged screens and some are missing parts. Not worth it even at $99!
To each their own , last thing i want used is any item relying on a screen display
Do these clowns ship over seas ??
Most of them have "significant scratches on screen" so I'm not sure if it's worth it even at 99$.
Often times they OVER EXAGGERATE LOOK AT THESE ENORMUS GIGANTIC SCRATCHES to prevent consumers from saying the misled/false advertised the item. Usually they're fine.
You can buy a broken Iphone for 100 bucks too lol
Yeahhhh, a used handheld system is like used underwear. You don't really want to touch it, let alone use it, even if it has been cleaned.
Cowboom prices sound good but the descriptions make the used products sound like they are in terrible condition
I got my vita used, not from these guys, but I dont regret it. But to be fair I asked for extensive pictures first.
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