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The iPhone 6s is stunning. Like the first time around.

Ever so
Just like
Up to 70%
FROM $134.00
Less 9.17 oz
of e-waste


The iPhone 6s is dead.
Long live the iPhone 6s.

The release of the new iPhone unofficially marks a countdown to the impending disappearance of the iPhone 6s.
We’re fighting this injustice and reminding humanity that the iPhone 6s is alive and kicking. Still formidable. Still desirable.
Here to stay.
Watch your back iPhone Xs.


Back the pioneer of the touch revolution.

The iPhone 6s brought the world 3D Touch technology. Preview your apps and access your shortcuts with a flick of a finger. Woosh.


As many pixels as the iPhone X.

The iPhone 6s was the first iPhone to pass the 12 megapixel mark. It’s the secret sauce to those perfect shots. Your insta deserves it.


Revolutionary unwireless technology.

The iPhone 6S is one of the last phones standing that work with a jack. Bluetooth haters rejoice. As do the folks that love Titanic. JAAACK!


Pay with your thumb.

A single thumbprint allows you to unlock your smartphone or pay for your Pringles. The beauty of Touch ID.

IOS 12

Compatible with the IOS of the day.

The iPhone 6s will run on iOS 12. Siri gets smarter, reality gets more augmented, and yay, filters for your photos... All new, and super calienteee.

The iPhone 6s isn’t backing down.

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In buying a Refurbished iPhone 6s, you're helping prevent 5 ounces of electronic waste. That's the equivalent of 0 Pringles. Yum-o.

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Backers ratings on our Refurbished iPhone 6s :

Freddie W. - 09/03/19


My wife loved her phone. Back Market is Awesome !!!

John S. - 03/03/19


The phone works well however the camera seems to be the weak point. All in all I got what I paid for. As most people would like an new phone my daughter the student has broken or lost the last “new” phone at my expense. She is not thrilled with the old phone but as I said “ get a good job and you can have all the new phones you want”. It’s perf

Lydia D. - 28/02/19


Super easy and looks like a great phone and price

Eric H. - 26/02/19


Quick delivery and the product was exactly what I ordered. Thank you!

Ngoc D. - 23/02/19


Order came like brand new, minus the charger

Christian M. - 21/02/19


I finally received the phone I ordered nearly 3 weeks ago. I realize that the problem lies not with your service, but with the US Postal service - but I think what I have to say might help you too. (I live in France most of the time, so the US postal system, within the capitalist framework, and all of its competitors - FedEx, UPS DHL etc - proves to me that there are inherent problems with an open-market system). ...The delivery address I indicated for receiving this package was my *Physical* address. Not the P.O. Box. We live in a rural area. The delivery of my package failed twice, because the shipping company didn't recognize my address. It turns out I should have used my P.O box. After 2 failed deliveries I suggested sending to a different address: my workplace, which receives packages daily. The delivery nearly failed again, the Post office was going to send it back, luckily I was able to intercept it at the post office. The Postmaster explained to me that THEY DO NOT DELIVER PACKAGES TO PHYSICAL ADDRESSES. Although he knew exactly where my place of work was, he was REFUSING to deliver to a PHYSICAL address - P.O. boxes only. (That's how they get paid, apparently). He instructed me to ALWAYS USE P.O. box address when receiving packages.... Yet most online services like yours insist on a PHYSICAL delivery address. This has caused a lot of confusion, and I'm willing to bet it wasn't an isolated incident. .... So I HAVE A SOLUTION TO SUGGEST! The Postmaster explained to me that the BEST way to insure package delivery is to use BOTH PHYSICAL AND POSTAL addresses. He explained to me that the best format is: PO box / Physical address (in That order, with the slash, all on one line). I will be doing this from now on, and I think you might consider encouraging clients like me to do the same - it could save a lot of money, time, and energy! kindest regards, Christian

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