Decluttr was brought to the US in 2014 by global re-commerce leader musicMagpie, the biggest third-party seller in the world on Amazon and the first company in the world to pass ten million in eBay feedback.
Decluttr.com is a fast, easy and free way to sell tech and media such as smartphones, tablets, wearables, CDs, DVDs, games, books, LEGO® and more, as well as to purchase refurbished tech and media.
Decluttr offers customers a better value and more sustainable option when purchasing and trading-in their tech, that is ‘smart for you, smart for the planet’.
Decluttr refurbishes 95% of the products it receives from its customers, and if they can’t be refurbished, the majority of their parts will be reused to refurbish other products. Decluttr’s business practices promote a circular economy model and it is proud to support the reduction of e-waste globally, as well as the reduction of mining for precious metals used in new tech.
To uncover the ins and outs of holiday spending, Decluttr conducted its annual holiday survey of American consumers.
We surveyed over 2,000 smartphone owners and found that more than 2 in 5 have never switched carriers.
Decluttr found that handsets could lose up to 30% in just 24 hours following Apple’s 2019 keynote.
Americans sitting on $43B worth of unused tech in their homes, holding on average $199 each.
Nearly 1 in 3 Americans think they have 5G smartphones—even though it isn’t widely available yet.
Over half of Americans (56%) cleaned out their closets and drawers to make space and cash during lockdown.
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