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    We are the refurbished
    (super) marketplace.

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    • Best offer on the market

      The best price and quality selected for you.

    • Quality guaranteed

      Ensuring our refurbishers maintain our high standards.

    • Proper Service

      A shopping experience that meets your expectations.

    • Real impact

      Addressing a very real problem.

    Dear Apple, Samsung, LG and Co.,

    We adore your products, but we like them more when they're refurbished. It's more romantic, less wasteful, and quite frankly - it's just so much cheaper. Kisses, Quentin, Thibaud and Vianney Back Market Founders

    “Forever young, I wanna be forever youuuuuuuuung, etc.“

    Alphaville, 1984

    Back Market is a marketplace that fights
    against planned obsolescence.
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    What else?

    4 questions people always ask

    How do I know my device won’t conk out in a month?

    From a pre-list screening process for all sellers to “mystery orders” placed by Back Market technical staff (under secret code names 🤫), we give 110% in making sure the tech we offer you is what we promise. Plus, every device comes with 30 days to change your mind and a 1-year warranty.

    What’s the difference between renewed and new?

    On the outside, a renewed smartphone looks (and works) like new. But it’s what's on the inside that really counts. Renewed tech — smartphones, tablets, laptops, and computers — have way less environmental impact than brand new.

    Wait a hot sec…what else do you guys sell?

    You can cut the planet a break in more ways than one, and when it comes to tech, we’re way more than a pretty face smartphone. From gaming systems to curling irons, or even baby monitors and espresso machines (hello, new parentals), we most likely have the goods.

    Was the T-800 in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) technically “refurbished”?

    We’d certainly need to put Skynet through our certification process before we give a definitive yes or no answer, but we have a hunch that yes, it’s an “I’ll be back” scenario.