All our products will have a condition stated in the listing and all photographs are of the actual items being offered for sale. It's always difficult to assign a condition to an item as something one person will describe as excellent may only be described as good by somebody else. We always do our best to describe our items accurately and take our customer satisfaction very seriously. To that end I have attempted in this document to clarify what we mean by the various words we use to describe the condition of our items. If ever you need more information or clarification you can always call us or drop us an email and we will do our best to help.
Perfect - Nearly all our items are used so we will rarely use the word perfect to describe our items. If an item is described as perfect it will be as new,just like it had never been out of it's box.
Near Mint or Near Perfect - You would have to look very carefully to see any defects, there may be very slight marks only visible on very close inspection or from certain angles.
Excellent - The item will have some minor marks commensurate with the age of the item.Typically there will be no marks on the front, any imperfections will be on the top or sides, there will be no deep scratches or dents in the casing.
Very Good - There may be one or two slightly more pronounced scratches than on items described as excellent, there may also be slight marks to the fascia, these will be specifically noted in the description. Items marked as very good will not normally have defects visible from more than a few meters away.
Good- Same as very good but there may be more obvious marks that may be unnacceptable to some people. Any such marks will be clearly stated in the description and will usually be obvious in the photographs.
Fair - Only used for items in our bargain basement. Items described as fair will have obvious marks or dents and while they will still be functional may not be considered of adequate quality for a living room but may still be ideal for a workshop or garage etc.