If you're looking to go down the Black Friday refurbished deals route this year, then we can hardly blame you. Not only is it a better option for the environment, but it's better for your wallet, too. For anyone who (understandably) doesn't have £500+ to spend on the best new vacuum cleaner from Dyson or £200 for a Ninja air fryer just before Christmas and in the middle of a cost-of-living crisis, then we totally get it. And we're here to offer up a couple of alternatives that are exactly the same, only they've been used but then revamped and re-sold.
Depending on where you buy your refurbished goods, each item goes through a strict process to make sure that the product you're buying is in a resaleable condition. And so that you're happy with it! So that you can buy it rest assured that it won't break after a couple of months of use. Refurbished products always normally come with some sort of guarantee, too. Check that yours does before you hit pay.
Before we get to eight refurbished products we recommend that you buy this Black Friday and Cyber Monday, here's where to shop refurbished home goods online.
- Appliances Direct (opens in new tab)
- Amazon (opens in new tab)
- BackMarket (opens in new tab)
- Box (opens in new tab)
- eBay (opens in new tab)
5 Black Friday refurbished deals to help the planet
1. De’Longhi EDG210.B Dolce Gusto Pod Coffee Machine |
Was £69.99, Now £24.99 (save £45) at eBay (opens in new tab)
Pay just £25 for a new coffee machine (opens in new tab) that's been refurbished. This one is highly rated and easy to use. It comes in black and has been refurbished to an excellent standard. If your coffee machine has recently broken, then snap this deal up.
2. Smeg KLF03 '50s Retro Kettle | Now from £30.39 at eBay (opens in new tab)
A bargain price to pay for a Smeg kettle, these usually RRP at £129. Choose your colour and get it delivered fast. Use the code BFSMEG20 for 20% off. This is undoubtedly one of the top kettles (opens in new tab) money can buy, not only for quality but for looks, too.
3. Hotel Chocolat Velvetiser |
Was £99.99, Now £54.99 (save £45) at eBay (opens in new tab)
A total bargain, this Velvetiser even comes with two ceramic cups included in the box. The bright white appliance has been refurbished to look brand new and has an A rating.
We've also found an affordable Velvetiser dupe for just £39.99 (opens in new tab).
4. Blueair Blue Pure 411 Air purifier |
Was £129, Now £69.99 (save £59.01) at Back Market (opens in new tab)
This popular air purifier (opens in new tab) has been refurbished and it's currently just £70 in excellent condition. It's great for smaller spaces and is designed for rooms 15m². Simply place and plug it in to breathe cleaner air as you sleep, eat, and watch your fave TV series.
5. Dyson V11 Absolute Cordless |
Was £349.99, Now £244.99 (save £105) at eBay (opens in new tab)
Usually £529, this is a total bargain from eBay. This cordless Dyson vacuum cleaner (opens in new tab) has a runtime of 60 minutes and a charge time of 4.5 hours. It can convert to a handheld model and it comes with a range of attachments. It can be wall-mounted for ease of storage, otherwise, it's super easy to use thanks to its LCD screen.
Even direct via Dyson refurbished (opens in new tab) this vacuum is £449.99.
- See our live blog for more great cordless vacuum deals, new and refurbished
Where else to buy refurbished appliances?
It's always a good idea if you have a product in mind from a specific brand, e.g. KitchenAid (opens in new tab) or Dyson (opens in new tab), to check the brand's website and see if it has a refurbished or renewed section. Companies might call it something different but after some digging, you'll soon find out. If you buy direct, you normally get better perks such as a longer guarantee period.
What refurbished products should I buy for my home?
The list is honestly endless. You can buy anything from a mattress to a sofa to a breadmaker that has been refurbished. It's just down to your personal preference, and if what you're specifically after is available. Our rule is the more the better! Buying new isn't the best for the environment, as you already know.