These are naturally refurbished units tested to be in "full working condition", even though they may not look so hot, with a "moderate level of wear & tear including (but not limited to) scratches, dents, and dings." For a measly $219.99, you can get such a device in a rose gold paint job, accommodating 32 gigs of onboard data. This is the A1778 variant, which offers support for GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile, but not for CDMA networks Verizon and Sprint.
Meanwhile, at $259.99, you can actually choose between A1778 and A1660 models of the 128 gig iPhone 7, the latter of which is compatible with all four major US wireless service providers. Both are available in rose gold and black color options, and no matter if you pick a 32 or 128GB iPhone 7, you're eligible for free standard nationwide shipping with an Amazon Prime membership.
That's obviously because Woot is owned by the e-commerce giant, which means you have absolutely no reason to be worried about the condition these devices are in. This is a 100 percent reliable e-tailer that also has a pretty flexible return policy.
It's important to keep in mind Apple still sells the iPhone 7 directly, starting at a significantly higher $449. The handset packs a reasonably powerful A10 Fusion Chip and is capable of keeping the lights on for a surprisingly long time between charges given its small battery size.