Grading Criteria

To help you identify what grade your laptop is, we have provided the below criteria. It is important to ensure you have correctly graded your laptop when filling in our form, if you incorrectly describe your laptop then your quote will change.

Grade A is best described as ‘Like-new’ or ‘immaculate’. This means that the laptop is essentially new or open-box. Otherwise we would deem the laptop as either grade B or grade C.

Grade B is a laptop which is considered to be in good condition. There will be a signs of wear and marks on the machine, but not much more.

Grade C means that a laptop has some small cosmetic marks and may have some bumps. There can also be paint wears on the laptop too.

We appreciate that some people may have a laptop that does not fit within these grading criteria. Unfortunately we do not purchase laptops that do not fit the threshold for a Grade C laptop.

If you are still not sure what grade your laptop is, please contact us.