- Sep 6, 2002
That's very relevant. Thanks for that info.BTW after speaking with the geeks.com staff, there are 3 levels of refurb. And a forth that is basically re-built from destruction.... This is the highest of the 3 levels. Meaning that the damage was either non-detectable, returned because it was not wanted, or had something along the lines of a button or screw that poped off or came lose. This also means they went through all tests and had no errors! So the lady there said these are basically as good as it gets for refurbs... which made me feel much better!
Now if someone wants to bury the high cost of shipping into the price, and pretend to themselves that this monitor costs around $440 shipped, you'll be getting the highest quality refurb possible.
As mentioned prior, taking into account the high weight of the item (62lbs) and the cost of delivery, this is almost assuredly a "white glove" delivery service that schedules deliveries and bring the item right into your home. Heck the guys would even wear cloth "booties" to protect your clean floors if you request it (upon sceduling warn them if you have light colored carpets in your home)