Athens, GA, July 27, 2015 — Recently launched price comparison website GadgetScouter.com offers consumers an alternative method to sell used phones and tablets. The site currently features Apple products but aims to add other brands soon.
By using the site, consumers can save time and earn more money for their used devices. The site refines the selling process by providing customers live quotes from multiple vendors across the web. As new models are released, older gadgets are often put aside but consumers don’t realize these devices still have value.
“For those looking to make the absolute most money from their used consumer electronics, our service should be your first stop,” said Dustin Checketts, the site’s founder. “With a single search, we’ll tell you who will buy your device and how much they are willing to pay for it–then we let you make the educated decision.”
The site boasts a help wizard to guide users along the process of identifying specific devices. Once identified the site will show you how much the device is worth in various conditions: new, good, average and broken.
“We narrow down the search to a single device and have built data feeds that aggregate information from our partners with real-time pricing,” Checketts said. “We make the selling process as simple and profitable as possible.”
The site curates vendors and prices for electronics onto one page. Rather than sifting through multiple sites to find the best offer for a device, consumers can find all of the information they need to sell their phone or tablet in one place.
GadgetScouter.com is an innovative new site that gives real-time quotes on consumer electronic devices from vendors across the web. GadgetScouter is a part of RoundSphere LLC and is headquartered in Athens, Ga. Building off the success of BookScouter, GadgetScouter aims to revolutionize the way people sell their used gadgets.