Saturday 4pm & 2pm
The Free Geek Thrift Store sells refurbished computers and computer-related parts and peripherals at discount prices. To contact the store, call 604-879-4335 (ext. 4) during our business hours. We are located on the 3rd floor (front entrance) of the Free Geek Vancouver facility.
We cannot guarantee the availability of anything, but we will do our best to find what you need (or help you find a solution). We now accept Interac, Visa and Mastercard, as well as cash.
Are you looking for a hard-to-find or specialized item? Try submitting a request on the form to the right on this page. Please note this is ONLY for specialized, archaic and/or hard-to-find equipment.
Customers are advised to research items and compatibility before purchasing. We will exchange items within 7 days of purchase if they are defective, but not simply because they are incompatible with non-linux operating systems.
We do not provide tech support in the store. Open Help Night is open to anyone seeking help with linux-based computers and peripherals.
We do not offer returns for cash or refunds under any circumstances.
We will endeavour to accommodate large-quantity purchasers and standing orders for our excess stock. Email email@example.com to discuss your needs and apply for Net-30 payment terms.
Are you looking for a specific vintage of computer equipment? Do you need 20 identical monitors? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your requirements.
This wishlist is for archaic and obsolescent equipment that would otherwise be recycled. We'll keep our eyes open for the item, and contact you if one becomes available.
Items have typically been thoroughly tested by our volunteers and are sold in working condition. However, we will also sell untested or non-functional equipment for the purpose of repair, refurbishment, and reuse.
Free Geek is meticulous in ensuring that e-waste is recycled as locally and ethically as possible, so we impose some regulation of these sales in order to verify that the intended purpose is reuse rather than recycling.