Why Scratch and Dent Appliances?Everyone wants the best; the brand new car, the latest video game, the newest iPhone. Unfortunately for all too many of us, the best is just a bit out of our price range. What’s the answer? Upstanding citizens of the world can’t very well go out and steal coveted washers and dryers. But what if there were a way to get a new dishwasher at a discounted price that could only be described as theft? Would you be interested in that? Well then maybe for you, it’s time to consider scratch and dent appliances shopping.
What is scratch and dent appliances?Scratch and dent is pretty much what it sounds like. When manufacturer ships a new line of refrigerators let’s, there is a certain amount of risk that goes along with it. Some units might get damaged in the process of getting them from point A to point B (or even C, D, and E). So what does an industrious retail or product manager do with items unfit for regular sale? They greatly reduce the price on these undesirables, or they sell them to a third party that offers the products at a similarly reduced price. Sometimes the appliance doesn’t have a scratch or a dent. Sometimes they are floor models that have faded in color due to excessive use and exposed. Indeed, floor models offer some of the best opportunities for savings with little to no damage to the unit.
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