iPod touch(R) Gen 4 32GB - Black
Good to use, but you can tell it was refurbed
The iPod itself is awesome, though it is very easy to tell that it was refurbished due to some cosmetic issues. There were a few very small scratches on the screen and the back looked like it had been slid across sand paper. It looked like it had been dropped in the past as the bottom left corner of it was slightly dented in and has a small space between the chrome backing and the front. There was also some gunk in the headphone jack. Other than these issues, the iPod works great. I've had it for about a day and already loaded it with music and apps, surfed the web with it. It took a bit to get used to navigation as I was previously using a 6th Generation iPod Nano, but was still relatively easy. Though I was a bit disappointed about the look of it when I took it out of the packaging, it still serves it's purpose. I would strongly recommend getting a new one as opposed to refurbished.
It is a good iPod.
This is the best iPod touch out to date. It has all of the great features of the already great previous iPod touch models as well as a modified design & 2 cameras (front and back). I would definitely recommend this model!
This is well worth 250!
My brother got one as part of a christmas gift. He loves it! You can do so much on it, and the 4G design is so much better! Refurbished? May as well be brand new saying that it does come with an adapter and headphones. Only minor scratches on the back, but that's wear and tear! Works like a charm. Going to be getting myself one this week. Thanks Gamestop! :)
pre-owned vs. scratch and dent
I purchased a 4th gen. I pod for a Christmas present. I called 3 local game stops to ask the difference between a pre-owned and scratch and dent. I decided not to go with a scratch and dent one since it was for a gift. I payed the extra money for a pre-owned but when it arrived the back was VERY scratched and had a dent on the side. If I had shipped it back I would not have enough to get another one in time.
Bought an IPod fake. There is no symbols on their merchandise indicating that it is an iPod. Son received one for Christmas, the item fell out of his pocket a couple days later, it no longer works. GS has indicated they don't replace for structural damage. Can't take it to apple. What do I do with a product that cost over $200.00.