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Testimonials - March 2015

Clearance Storage

Items that appear in our clearance section are items that are end of line and have been discontinued by the manufacturer or repaired by the manufacturer or returned to us by other customers because they have been incorrectly purchased. We don't sell returned items as brand new, so they are reduced and placed in this clearance section to be picked up by someone searching for a great value deal.

End of line items should be as new and of course should be a real bargain. Clearance items can be identified by their code which will usually end in X. All clearance items are working and have been fully tested. Although every effort has been made to ensure that the returned items are supplied with their original accessories, some packages may not be 100% complete. But we are confident you will receive the essentials.

Some returned items may have some slight defects like inactive pixels on monitors, for example. Where they do, you can be assured these are minor, and are not regarded as faulty by the manufacturers. If we are aware of a defect that might deter from the usage of the item we will mention it! CCL Computers' clearance products represent excellent value for money and we hope that you enjoy browsing our bargains! Images are used for display purposes only.

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