|Welcome to Mac n Stuff your one stop shop for used Macs.
I specialize in refurbished and custom Mac laptops, especially MacBooks and MacBook Pros so whether you are looking to replace your existing laptop or wish to extend the life of your existing Mac I am sure I can help.
As well as my eBay listings of used Macs I provide custom and build to order options as well as upgrades and repairs to your existing Mac.
I even have a parts service if you wish to repair it yourself.
My personal history is as an Apple Mac trainer specialising in the print and publishing industry and as a web designer.
I have been using Macs since 1990 and would not use anything else. I have traded on eBay for the last three years providing refurbished Macs and spare parts and am very proud of my 100% positive feedback score.
I like to think that I can offer the most comprehensive, value for money and honest source for used Mac sales on the web.
Take a look at the options above or contact me with your requirements.
|I accept payment by PayPal only to ensure maximum buyer and seller protection. Once a transaction is agreed upon I will send the buyer a PayPal invoice confirming payment instructions and shipping details.|
|90 DAY LIMITED WARRANTY
All the computers I sell are invariably out of manufacturers warranty but I do offer my own limited 90 day warranty under the following basis.
Covered: All parts are guaranteed against defects with the exception of the Logic Board. This includes the hard disk, battery, screen, optical drive, keyboard and trackpad as well as the ports, DC-in board and speakers. Labour costs are included.
Not covered: Logic Board, any part that is damaged or fails due to user neglect or abuse. Any defect described in the original sale listing. Buyer is responsible for return shipping cost.
A. Used parts sourced by me from used computers are fully tested and come with a 30 day warranty.
B. New or used parts sourced from a wholesale supplier are covered by the wholesalers warranty which is usually either 90 days or 12 months.
Warranty is invalidated if the user attempts to repair the item themselves.