Swizzle provides a cheaper alternative to regular priced Apple products to save consumers money. Consumers can buy and sell their favorite Apple devices on Swizzle, making it easy to upgrade from their current device to the newest Apple model.
Online PR News – 24-October-2013 – New York – What if you could purchase virtually the same Apple products at a much better price? What if you could buy even the newest models and save money? That's what Swizzle is aiming to do with its new "Like New" website geared toward Apple devices.
The site, swizzleworld.com is the first of its kind, offering discounted, genuine, Apple products $100 cheaper on some models. So how is it done? One of the ways is that the company is able to purchase non-defective products from major suppliers that are virtually in brand new condition, but were previously returned by consumers for one reason or another, for example the consumer purchased the wrong model, etc.
The devices are then ensured to be in excellent condition, purchased and then sold on Swizzle. This allows Swizzle to offer deep discounts on virtually brand new devices to its customers, saving consumers hundreds of dollars on the same products.
In fact, Swizzle guarantees that the only noticeable difference between a brand new Apple product and a Like New product from Swizzle is the package it comes in. Each device comes with its own accessories and one-year warranty. You can't beat that!
Swizzle also allows consumers to sell their devices in like new condition to put towards their new purchase if they want to upgrade to a newer Apple model. This makes it easy for anyone to take their current device and invest it in a newer model, rather than purchase the new device and throw the old one in a desk drawer.
Swizzle also plans to expand its product line to Samsung and other competitor products in the near future, and offer them in the same fashion.
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