This refurbished MacBook Pro 15.4” is more than a thousand less than new models

You see so many people with MacBooks on the go, but how did they all spend more than $1,099? Many of them don't. They bought refurbished models and used appliances that sold for hundreds less than their retail price.

Interested in one for yourself? Check out this refurbished 15.4-inch MacBook Pro with enough power and storage for graphic design and coding. It costs just $436.99 (reg. $499), beating Amazon's price. Stock is limited, so add one to your cart before they're gone.

A powerful laptop for a fraction of the usual price

How much power are we talking about? This MacBook Pro's Intel Core i7 and 16GB of RAM can handle multitasking, video editing, graphic design, and even software development, although it won't be as efficient as the M3 MacBooks. But if you don't want to spend $1,599+, this might be the laptop for you.

You have Intel Iris Pro Graphics, 512 GB of storage space and a battery life of up to nine hours to work on your projects or stream movies in bed. See more specifications at checkout.

Another small limitation is that the MacBook gets the most out of macOS Monterey. Although it received a security update from Apple in May 2024, some apps and programs may no longer support this version in the future.

How refurbished saves you €1000+

Because this MacBook Pro has been given a 'B' refurbishment rating, it's even more affordable than other devices. This does mean that there will be some additional cosmetic wear, such as light to normal scuffs on the case, keyboard and trackpad, but these will not affect internal performance.

When you purchase, you also get a 30-day parts and labor warranty, so you can rest assured that everything will work properly and run smoothly.

Go directly to the checkout and receive your refurbished 15.4-inch MacBook Pro for $436.99 (reg. $499) while supplies last.

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