If you’re looking to expand your current supply of Apple gadgets, you’ll be more than aware that the costs involved can be something of a stumbling block. iPhones, iPads, MacBooks and such are among the priciest in their respective fields and as such, heading over to Apple.com and picking up a brand-new device or machine isn’t always an option. For those looking to save a little on used products, Apple runs a refurb program designed to sell off products that aren’t gleaming new but still fully operational and covered by warranty, and if you want to keep track of these deals, well, there’s now an app for that!

Since Apple devices are among the most sought-after in the digital industry, it should come as no surprise that refurbished products bearing the bitten apple logo don’t stay on the shelves for particularly long. In fact, if you blink, you’re likely to miss the goods you had your eyes on, but thanks to the Apple Refurbished Stock Checker, you can stay one step ahead of the game.

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The app itself is very simple, providing a nice, clean Web-based interface through which you can eye up your next iMac or iPad purchase. It keeps on the lookout for products you’ve noted as being interested in, and sends you an email when said device is available as a refurb.

The stock checker also lets you know of the last time your desired product was available on sale, so you can gather a rough idea of how quickly you’ll need to react if you want to secure your earmarked Apple items.

The service doesn’t cost anything, and unlike some other such services, is not restricted to serving consumers within the confinements of the United States.

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So, if you want to get started with the Apple Refurbished Stock Checker, your course of action is pretty simple. Just head over to arsc.pommepause.com and type in your email address. Then, select the specific product you want to monitor, and hit the submit button.

If you want to keep an eye out for more than one product, you may have to go through the process several times, which is a bit of a pain. But perseverance pays, so if you want to save a pretty penny on a refurbished Apple product, head over to the site right now!

(via: CultofMac)

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