Environmental impact

Numbers don’t lie: Refurbished vs. New

Another year older, 12 stone lighter.

A refurbished phone represents 79.8kg off of our collective carbon footprint. Manufacturing a new smartphone produces about 87kg of CO2e. Refurbishing? Just 7kg. Lose the weight: no extra effort, just extra savings.
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  • Verified refurbished
  • 30 days to change your mind
  • Free delivery on all products
  • 12-month minimum warranty

«Hot tub time» Machine

Some might say that’s what a refurbished phone is. A new phone uses up about 73 hot tubs worth of water. Buy refurbished and you’ll save 60 hot tubs worth. And through this mental gymnastics you, a totally reasonable person, could maybe justify 25 hot tub parties. Right?
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Keep metal Alive!

Electronic devices are hardcore metal. We mean literally loaded with heavy metals. 381kg of raw materials need to be dug up to produce a single smartphone. Keep metal alive…by keeping it in circulation. Buy renewed electronics that Slay(er).
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Let go of toxic relationships

What do you get when you buy a new phone? 199 grams of electronic waste. E-waste is toxic. Like, lead and mercury in your water toxic. Let that fish go, and choose renewed. All the flash minus the trash (and the toxic environment that comes that).
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Welcome to DataPark

We eat, sleep, and do bathroom stuff all with our phone in hand. But have we ever really checked in on its effect on the environment? Not really. Well here's a video of skate legend Eric Koston to do just that.
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