A year later, the company is offering a new tier of its Restored program with Restored Premium.
“Like any strong sequel, Restored Premium expands on what made Walmart Restored great, helping customers discover a broader assortment of high-quality refurbished items at every day low prices,” Michael Mosser, Walmart’s marketplace vice president and category lead, said in a statement.
“Items that fall under the Restored Premium category are like new, showing no signs of cosmetic damage, and they come with a one-year warranty and 30-day (or more) free returns. Not only that, but where applicable, batteries will be 90% or more of the new equivalent. Finally, items will be refurbished by the original manufacturer or a manufacturer-authorized third-party.”
Get appliances, electronics, and more
Consumers looking for electronics, home appliances, or wearable tech may want to first check Walmart Restored Premium.
The company has everything from restored cell phones, tablets, computers and laptops, smart watches, headphones, video game systems, TVs, home appliances, outdoor appliances, cameras, and more. Restored Premium also features many of the biggest brands for these items: Apple, HP, Dyson, Shark, and Samsung, among several others.
Some of the deals right now include:
Apple AirPods Pro 2: $167.99
KitchenAid Mixer: $249
15.4-inch Apple MacBook Pro: $499
Beats by Dre Earbuds: $69.99
Shark Navigator Lift-Away Vacuum: $109.95
Selling used items
Consumers can work with Walmart to sell their lightly used items on Restored Premium.
The program benefits the environment – it extends the life of like-new electronics without forcing consumers to immediately buy something brand new, while also helping consumers make some extra money on items that might just be sitting around the house.
Those interested in selling their goods with Walmart Restored Premium can access more information about becoming a seller here.