Refurbish or Sell Your Cracked Smartphone Screens
If you have any screens with LCD and the touch screen working but they have a broken top glass, then we would like to buy them from you. You may also chose to have them refurbished and returned.
We could cover reasonable postage costs or arrange pre-paid UPS/DPD drop-off labels
(minimum 50 screens from mainland UK and 300 for the rest of the world*)
The prices are valid for screens received on or after the 4th September 2023. They are subject to change without prior notice.
We no longer purchase all iPhone 5 and 6 series screens.
Please do not use this service to recycle/dispose of lithium-ion batteries. Disposal fees may apply if we receive any batteries in the post!
Depending on stock, there might be a longer waiting time than usual
Please contact us for any queries or collection arrangements.
How It Works
- Download the recycling form fill it out and include with your screens.
- Post your screens to the address on the form. Alternatively, we could email you a pre-paid UPS/DPD label.
- We test your screens and email you a full breakdown within 5 working days on average (depending on your quantity)
- Once we receive your invoice, we make payment via Bank Transfer, PayPal or as a credit to your web-store account.
- Any broken stock can be returned to you for an extra cost.
- Place LCD screens face to face with flex cables positioned in the same direction. This protects LCDs as well as provides more space within your shipment.
- Place such pairs in bubble bags with flex cables positioned towards the opening of the bag.
- Wrap sets of 10 screens in a rubber band tight enough to keep them together, but not tight enough to cause damage.
- Place them in a cardboard box with a layer of crinkled newspaper or bubble wrap on the bottom, sides and top of box.
- Manufactures do not design LCD screens to withstand the elements once removed from a handset. Pressure points, dust, dirt, moisture and the chances of electronic static discharge are greatly increased once removed.
- An adequate packing job can lower an overall yield by as much as 10%. We’ve seen “poor” packing jobs reduce overall yield by 10%-50%.
- Consider a safe storage area for your LCD screens the moment they’re removed from mobile device. Placing the defective LCD screen back into a bubble bag or a storage sleeve is considered best practice.
- If possible, conduct a repair job in an anti-static environment and store LCD screens in a moisture free area.
- It’s a good idea to store LCD screens in a bin with a removal lid to prevent moisture, dust and static shock.
- Bad LCD screens caused by flex damage have little to no value. The cost to reclaim is very high.
One of the ways you can ensure the highest payment for your broken LCDs is to ensure they are safely packed before shipping.