With any used electronic equipment, prices go down frequently due to the following reasons:
- New models in the market place creating less demand for old models.
- Refurbished LCD screens have been recycled more than once, created greater chances for failure when reclaiming the parts.
- Consumer and repair shop demand
- Availability and cost of other small parts to refurbish the LCD screen.
- How many LCD screens are in the market
For models just released (and until they’ve been out for 6-8 months) buy back prices drop frequently and by larger amounts than after this period.
For the reason, it’s important to ensure you ship often, typically no longer than every two weeks depending on the total volume LCD screens you have.
After this 6-8 month period, LCD buyback prices tend to drop less frequently and by less total value when they do drop. However, they still do drop somewhat often based on the same above reasons.
Overall, it’s impossible to pinpoint exactly when prices will fluctuate as so many external reasons exist that cannot be predicted. Similar to the stock market, such subtle reasons as a launched model’s successor being announced can throw prices all over the place.
Harvest Cellular likes to keep things simple yet most lucrative for you. We take all these factors into consideration so that our buyback prices reflect these ups and downs (and the associated risk) while offering a competitive rate to you at the same time.
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