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Suggestions to buy used medical, test, lab equipment etc.

Posted by Lou Ramondetta on

Suggestions to buy used medical, test, lab equipment etc.
Medical or precision equipment is costly, making it hard for organizations with less budget to obtain high-quality equipment for their use.

If you are looking to buy used medical equipment, you should consider certain factors before considering a purchase.

Items condition: Before even considering putting an offer, we advise you to ensure that the item is in good working condition and the seller lists all important details.

Always factor the time and cost of repairs in your decision to buy a piece of used medical equipment.

Can you harvest the parts to repair existing equipment since often used equipment parts can keep an existing piece of equipment functioning well for many years to come?

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Rise of reselling used electronics and equipments

Posted by Lou Ramondetta on

Rise of reselling used electronics and equipments

Many refurbished products are restored to full manufacturer conditions, boasting the ability to provide consumers with an affordable price quality product. Consequently, both product manufacturers and retailers have tremendous incentives to pay attention to refurbished products and many consumers shopping for these products. Consumers are overwhelmingly happy with their purchase of refurbished goods According to a study, 84% of customers purchasing refurbished goods are happy with the features of the item and the cost paid for the value obtained. The performance of refurbished products remains to improve, and beneficial interactions with renovated products can act as a portal for customers to introduce extra brand products.

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Why Forcing Manufacturers to Make Reusable Electronics Is a Good Thing for Consumers

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Why Forcing Manufacturers to Make Reusable Electronics Is a Good Thing for Consumers

The recent introduction of a controversial new bill in California could point to a bright new start for consumers of used electronics.   A right to repair act could change the way electronic manufacturers share information about their products with both consumers and repair shops, with far reaching advantages down the line.   This new bill signals a potentially positive way forward with electronics repair, and it could make significant changes to the world’s e-waste issues. The bill could also provide extensive advantages for those looking to buy used or recycled electronic goods.   Read on to find out more...

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