The grade is a rating assigned to reconditioned equipment. It only evaluates the aesthetic condition of the device (screen, shell and edges)
GRADE A+ (perfect condition): describes excellent quality with the appearance of a new product that has only been used for a short time.
GRADE A (VERY GOOD condition): describes a product in very good general condition. Some micro scratches may be present on the hull.
GRADE B (GOOD condition): describes a product with more significant signs of wear. The shell, keyboard and screen may have visible scratches or marks, but these should remain barely visible once the screen is turned on. The same goes for MacBooks with battery cycles greater than 800.
GRADE C (CORECT condition): is similar to Grade B but with a significant amplification of defects. Visible traces or scratches having an impact on the readability of the screen, and/or multiple impacts on the plastics and/or shell.
DECLASSIFIED PRODUCT: Refurbished product tested and functional, may have cracked plastic and/or dents, paint flakes,
- and/or screen stained and showing clearly visible traces of wear,
- and/or defective or missing battery
- and/or defective connectors or peripherals.