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Refurbished Apple products

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iPad Mini refurbished
iPad Mini
CA$282
Save CA$177 (39%)
2.
iMac 21.5" Glossy refurbished
iMac 21.5" Glossy
CA$676
Save CA$873 (56%)
3.
iMac 21.5" 4K Retina refurbished
iMac 21.5" 4K Retina
CA$1,175
Save CA$724 (38%)
4.
MacBook Air 13.3" Glossy refurbished
MacBook Air 13.3" Glossy
CA$763
Save CA$806 (51%)
5.
iPad Air refurbished
iPad Air
CA$249
Save CA$370 (60%)

Recent price drops

-CA$37
iPhone 6s+ refurbished
iPhone 6s+
CA$442
Save CA$717 (62%)
-CA$6
iPhone 6s refurbished
iPhone 6s
CA$198
Save CA$571 (74%)
-CA$54
iPad Mini refurbished
iPad Mini
CA$159
Save CA$370 (70%)
-CA$174
iMac 21.5" 4K Retina refurbished
iMac 21.5" 4K Retina
CA$1,175
Save CA$724 (38%)

People are looking right now...

iPad Pro 12.9" refurbished
iPad Pro 12.9"
CA$589
Save CA$630 (52%)
iPad Pro 10.5" refurbished
iPad Pro 10.5"
CA$559
Save CA$170 (23%)
MacBook Air 13.3" Glossy refurbished
MacBook Air 13.3" Glossy
CA$750
Save CA$599 (44%)

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