Grade B: The Alternative for the Cost Conscious Consumer

We know how it is- you’ve had a slew of customers who’s faces nearly freeze with sticker shock after getting the receipt for their repair, you opened up a new location and your parts budget took a hit, or maybe you’re a new business that’s still trying to feel out the best way to do everything. Bottom line, you need to cut costs a bit, but don’t want to sacrifice quality.

Here at ReVamp Wholesale, we’re always looking for ways to better suit our customers- from our corporate accounts to our smaller one-man repair shops. That’s why we’re are now offering Grade B alternatives to our iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, and iPhone 5S assemblies.

Here are some questions you’ve been asking about our new Grade B parts:

  • What’s the difference between Grade B and your regular LCDs?

Mechanically, there is no difference. Our Grade B parts have the same quality of our regular parts. The only difference is a small speck of dust or cosmetic defect that is visible when you perform an LCD test. In most cases, the imperfection is only visible by using a microscope.

  • How much do I save by purchasing Grade B parts?

Roughly 20% off the cost of our regular parts.

  • Does this mean the warranty is different?

Nope! Our Grade B parts are under the same 1 year warranty protection as all of our other parts. The warranty does not cover cosmetic defects, only ones of functionality.

  • What if I get an RMA with the Grade B part? How do I process it?

The same way as you would with our other parts, by logging into your account and submitting an RMA request.

If you have any questions about our new Grade B parts, or any questions at all, give us a call at (877) 973-8267. Ask for our Operations Manager, Jessica, or our Sales Director, Ashley!

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