Console, Smartphone, Tablet and Laptop Repairs at CeXClinic Bradford
Have you dropped or broken your smartphone?
Does your PlayStation 4 need a repair?
Perhaps your tablet has stopped working?
Do you have a laptop that won't boot?
Get your device repaired by CeXClinic Bradford.
Our expert team of engineers and technicians have been repairing consoles, smartphones, tablets and laptops for years and there's nothing they've not seen before. With over 250,000 repairs made to-date, you can be sure that your device is in safe hands. We specialise in fixing your broken tech and things like PlayStation 4 repair, iPhone repair, iPad repair, Xbox One repair and more.
As well as our experience, we also offer a 2 year warranty on all CeXClinic repairs and a "no fix, no fee" promise - so if we can't repair your device, it costs you nothing. Getting your device repaired is easy, just fill in the form on the website, or visit the CeX Store in Bradford and we will do the rest.
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Getting to the store.
The CeX Bradford store is located on Kirkgate, on pedestrian precinct running around the the lower side of the Kirkgate Shopping Centre in the centre of Bradford.
Getting here by car
Parking is available at the Kirkgate Shopping Centre. The entrance to the car park is on Godwin Street - use postcode BD1 3PT. Exit the shopping centre at either end, turn down the hill and walk around the outside of the centre to find the store in the pedestrian precinct.
Getting here by bus
The closest bus stops to the CeX Bradford clinic are on Sunbridge Road, serving bus routes 67/68/69 Bradford-Keighley-Oxenhope, 607 Bradford-Thornton, 617/618 Bradford-Allerton-Holme Wood, 620/621 Bradford-Bierley, 662 Bradford-Keighley, 676 Bradford-Cottingley and 737 Bradford-Harrogate. From here, walk up Sunbridge road, away from centenary Square, then turn right into Kirkgate. Our store can be found in the pedestrianised area on the left. Other buses serve Bradford Interchange (see below).
Getting here by train
The nearest railway station, serving the Calder Valley and Leeds-Bradford lines, is at Bradford Interchange and is less than half a mile away. The Interchange is also the central Bradford bus station. From the Interchange, walk down Bridge street and past the end of Centenary Square on your left. Shortly after this turn right onto the pedestrian Tyrell Street, and then immediately left (no entry to cars) into Ivegate. Walk up the hill to the junction, and turn right into Kirkgate, where our store can be found on the left hand side.