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Deal: Refurbished Nexus 7 (2013) From eBay for $140, With Free Shipping

There is a good chance that Google gives us a Nexus 7 (2014) in a couple of months, but that doesn’t mean the 2013 model shouldn’t be considered for your next 7-inch tablet, especially at the rock bottom prices we keep seeing through daily deal sites. Take for example the deal running today through eBay. For $139.99, you could pick up the Nexus 7 (2013) with 16GB of storage. Sure, it’s “manufacturer refurbished,” but some would argue that’s a good thing.

The 16GB version through Google Play still current retails for $229. Do the words “manufacturer refurbished” scare you enough to give up a $90 discount? 

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Cheers Scott!
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  • Greg Haney

    I already have an iPad, and my Moto X is my main partner. Not really sure where another tablet would come in handy, but I did just buy a Kindle Fire HDX on ebay for $160. Looking forward to just toying with it, then use it at the gym to watch Netflix.

  • NeilGeorge

    Well unfortunately, the sale has ended and has gone back to $199.99

  • BeLogical

    Dang… Sold out!

  • BobbyG

    Missed the deal..not happy

  • WallBreaker

    I doubt the Nexus line will die, I think the Silver Line is just an addition. BUT If the Nexus line is going to die out I will definitely will be grabbing a Nexus 7 2013 (as I was originally anticipating a Nexus 8) I will be holding onto a Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 as long as possible if this happens.

  • DimStyle

    “manufacturer refurbished” would not scare me at all. Actually these units tend to be looked at more by the manufacturer than new, off the line ones. I almost always try to buy computers, laptops, tablets that have been manufacturer refurbished because of the extra hands on testing they receive.

  • Raven65

    Still LOVE my Nexus 7 2012. Use it every single day. This is a great deal!

  • Neel Savla

    I really love n7 so I want it.

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  • laheelahee

    dang… any deals on the the LTE version??

  • Bryan

    They had the 2013 Nexus 7 32GB refurb last week for $169. I bought three of them for my kids to replace their ailing 2012 Nexus 7s. They came in yesterday and are amazing tablets, especially for that price. They look brand new, other than them coming in a plain brown box with only the tablet, charger, and cable.

    The kids love them!

    This version should last them longer than the 2012 did. The charging ports on the 2012 didn’t hold up well. That’s why I also ordered some Qi wireless chargers so the kids don’t have to plug them in all the time. A $20 Qi charger is much cheaper than a $60 charging port!

  • Kenny Woodard

    I wish OnePlus would make an awesome budget tablet too.. I want a tablet badly, but not enough to pay for overpriced toys from Samsung and Apple.

    • hkklife

      Yes, the Android market is absolutely screaming for a decently spec’d, better-than-1080P resolution 10″ tablet with stock Android or at least something closer to stock than TW or whatever Lenovo is using. The N10 is really getting long in the tooth.

  • Christopher Moore

    I would bite but I already have a Note 3 and a 7″ galaxy tab 2. Very good price even if it’s a refurb.


    I love my N7 2013…hopefully the new silver line will continue with affordable tablets and had I had a chance to get a refurb for almost a Benjamin of, I’d have jumped all over it… Refurbished to me means whatever was gonna break, broke, they fixed it, and now it’s better than new. Killer deal.

    • JMonkeYJ

      I agree. The N7 2013 is rock solid and as good today as when it first came out…a totally different scenario than with the N7 2012, which became slow and clunky quickly. I’m not desperate for a new 7″ tablet by any means, but I am curious to see if they announce one.

      • hoodieNation

        I’m running CyanogenMod on my 12 and it’s still chugging along nicely. This is pretty temping though, and I just got a $150 gift card from work.

      • One of those guys

        Once I upgraded my N7 2012 to Kitkat, it because as zippy as the day I bought it. It’s still going strong, even with heavy daily use by a small child.

        My other N7 (2013) gets heavy use from me every day and is as rock solid as you mention.

        • JMonkeYJ

          I wonder if it’s the TRIM support in Kitkat that fixed the 2012’s woes. I got rid of mine before Kitkat. Anyway, good to hear that the 2012 was rejuvenated.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    I still haven’t gotten the urge to buy an Nexus 7.

  • Alex Boro

    Just realized that if they kill off the Nexus program no more new Nexus tablets. Guess we have to stick to Samsung and their overpriced tablets. Hopefully LG continues to make great tablets like the G Pad 8.3. If not, I will have to get an iPad:(

    • hkklife

      Supposedly we will get one final Nexus tablet refresh in the form of an 8.9″ higher end device made by HTC. I also hope they refresh the N7 for 2014 as well. I would really love a reasonably priced GPE G-Pad 8.3 successor but I am not going to hold my breath.