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Google Wifi 3-pack factory refurb is $210 on Woot

If you have issues with Wi-Fi range around your house, the Google Wifi is one of the easiest ways to rectify them. It's not the newest system out there, but its quick setup and Google integration mean that it's still a great option. Woot is currently offering factory refurbished 3-packs for just $209.99.

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Woot has a refurbished HP Chromebook x360 2-in-1 with a 14" 1080p display for $390 ($210 off)

Chromebook deals pop up every so often, but they're usually for lower-end models with mediocre internals. But sometimes, something really good comes around, like this one. Woot is currently offering a refurbished HP Chromebook x360-14 for $389.99, a savings of $210 off the MSRP for a new model.

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Grab a factory refurbished UE Boom 2 for $57 ($30 off) from Woot

Bluetooth speakers are extremely commonplace these days, but one of the more popular brands is Ultimate Ears, aka UE. The cross-shaped volume buttons have become somewhat iconic, as well as instantly recognizable. Though a few years old, UE's Boom 2 is still a solid choice for some portable beats and you can pick up a factory refurbished one up for yourself on Woot for $59.99.

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Refurbished Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL phones are as low as $360 on Amazon for today only ($140 off)

The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL may not be the latest and greatest phones from Google anymore, but they'll still be more than capable for most. They're still very quick, their cameras are top-notch, and they'll continue to receive software support for another two years. As part of Amazon's Deal of the Day, refurbished Pixel 2 units can be purchased for as little as $359.99, with 2 XL models coming in at a slightly higher $395.99.

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Grab a refurbished Roku Ultra (2017) from Amazon for $65 ($35 off)

The smart TV game has plenty of options, depending on your preference or brand loyalty. If you're a fan of Roku, then this deal might be of interest to you. Amazon has a certified refurbished Roku Ultra (2017) for just $64.99, a nice $35 off the $99.99 MSRP.

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[Deal Alert] Amazon Echo first-gen refurb is $60 ($20 off) for today only

Three companies are battling it out in the smart home game right now: Amazon, Apple, and Google. Given that you're reading a site called "Android Police" right now, it's a fair bet that you won't want to be locked into Apple's ecosystem. That leaves you with two choices. If you prefer Alexa to Assistant and you're looking to get some more smart speakers, Amazon is offering refurbished units of the first-gen Echo for $59.99, $20 off the regular refurb price.

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[Deal Alert] AT&T Galaxy Note8 refurb is $486 on eBay

We're under a week away from the Galaxy Note9's launch event, which means that the previous-generation Note8 is starting to get some pretty enticing discounts. An eBay seller with nearly 69,000 stars is currently offering AT&T Galaxy Note8 refurbs at $485.99 a pop.

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[Deal Alert] T-Mobile Galaxy S7 refurb is $214.99 on eBay

It's not often that an eBay seller offers better deals that can be found on sites like eBay, Swappa, or Craigslist, but that's the case with this refurbished Galaxy S7. For just $214.99, you can have a 2016 flagship with very little to no damage that many people still use today. Just make sure that you're on T-Mobile.

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished Amazon Tap is just $64.99 ($45 off) as part of Amazon's Deal of the Day

More and more Bluetooth speakers are coming out with Amazon Alexa support these days, including Ultimate Ears' new BLAST and MEGABLAST. But if you don't want to shell out $230 on a speaker, Amazon is now offering refurbished units of the Tap for just $64.99 as part of its Deal of the Day.

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[Update: Not for sale in U.S.] The Galaxy Note7 will return as a refurbished device

The Samsung Galaxy Note7 was one of the most disastrous product launches in recent memory. After launching to rave reviews, reports of the phone catching fire started to appear, eventually causing Samsung to conduct a global recall. Shortly after, Samsung started selling a 'safe' Note7, only for that model to start catching fire as well. Another global recall was initiated.

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