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sight unseen

without seeing or examining something: I never buy anything sight unseen.
(Definition of sight unseen from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"sight unseen" in Business English

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sight unseenadverb

(also sight-unseen) uk   us  
without seeing or examining something: Would you buy a product sight unseen from someone you know only as an e-mail address? She leased the flat sight-unseen, for €1500 per month.
(Definition of sight unseen from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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