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Old or new version?
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Old or new version?
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It appears that this is the older version of the Switch. The box shown has the hands and white background. That's what the older version used. The new version has a red background and no hands.
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Black friday is coming up and amazon has new version for 300-25 amazon gift card, this is no deal
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At base value, this is just $10 cheaper than the Amazon gift card deal, but is the older version. That it requires an unknown coupon code to get to a good price is sketchy.

Not a good deal; not recommended.
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Buying a non-replaceable battery based device refurbished to save maybe $30-40 is a really bad idea.
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Please listen to the captain. .. I couldn't agree more!
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Refurbs directly from Nintendo are the only refurb products I'll ever buy. Bought a Wii U and multiple DS's (as gifts) many years ago and they all still run strong. With that said, I agree with the other posters about waiting for a better deal on the newer version since the boost to the battery life is worth it.
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Unless you'll never use it in mobile mode, you're better off getting the new version for close to twice the battery life.

Even if you'll only use it docked, I wouldn't buy a refurbished unit from anyone other than Nintendo.
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At base value, this is just $10 cheaper than the Amazon gift card deal, but is the older version. That it requires an unknown coupon code to get to a good price is sketchy.

Not a good deal; not recommended.
The amazon deal is $300 -$25 gift card =$275. Is there another coupon to get it down to within $10 of this at $243?

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The amazon deal is $300 -$25 gift card =$275. Is there another coupon to get it down to within $10 of this at $243?
Is it worth saving $20 to have an outdated model that has hours less of battery life?
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Unless you'll never use it in mobile mode, you're better off getting the new version for close to twice the battery life.

Even if you'll only use it docked, I wouldn't buy a refurbished unit from anyone other than Nintendo.
This is directly from Nintendo's Ebay store and comes with a 1 year warranty
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I cannot stress how much better the battery life in the new model is in comparison to the original model. If you are using it as a primary portable device, go with the new model or the Switch Lite.

But if your playstyle is more in TV mode with a little bit of handheld mode mixed in, then this saves you roughly $50 (tax difference) off the Amazon deal and this model works just fine and plays the games the same as the newer model.

Obviously if its a Xmas gift, there will be better deals on both the refurb and the new models over the next 2.5 months.
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Buying a non-replaceable battery based device refurbished to save maybe $30-40 is a really bad idea.
The battery is easily replaceable, but good luck finding an OEM battery.
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