To buy new is to value a race for innovation that has brought about the era of disposability in technology, over-consumption, the depletion of scarce natural resources and the planned obsolescence of a product only a few months after it has been put on the market.
Conversely, buying refurbished means choosing a fairer, more sustainable future by allowing very high-tech products to be sold at up to 70% cheaper than new ones.
A future that Backmarket is proud to be the standard-bearer. The brand is no longer the start-up challenger that has come to tease the giants of technology. The French leader of refurbished products, thanks to its 110 million euros raised this year and triple-digit growth, is now a real alternative to the culture of the new; and they want to make this known.