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Please move back to the normal deals section as I have now included non Quidco price

The 1TB Netgear Stora Network SATA 2-Bay Raid Hard Drive offers comprehensive and user friendly home data storage.

Netgear's Stora Network SATA 2-Bay Raid Hard Drive cleverly and safely lets you store, share and protect music, movies, photos and data using any device on your home network and even over the Internet.

So whether you wish to listen to your personal music collection while travelling, or just share photographs with family and friends, the Stora Network SATA 2-Bay Raid Hard Drive is ideal. With user access controls you decide!

Moving files around is a simple drag and drop operation, as is backing up important data. The Stora Wireless Network SATA 2-Bay Raid Hard Drive includes a second bay for an optional extra disk drive - allowing for fast data mirroring in a RAID configuration.

Centralize your files and make the most of your home network with the spacious and versatile 1TB Netgear Stora Network SATA 2-Bay Raid Hard Drive!

Here is the Netgear factsheet for those who are interested http://www.netgear.co.uk/pdfs/stora_ms2110_ds_11feb10.pdf

Could add this and get 2TB for less than £150? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-hd103sj-spinpoint-f3-1tb-ha/708480

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1 Like #1
Why cold peeps? Seems like a good price to me and I can't find cheaper
#2
That's cheap!!!
#3
You can also claim a free 500GB 2nd drivew from Netgear:

http://www.netgear.co.uk/freestoraharddrive.php
#4
As this has got 1 x 1TB drive in already, it's agood price.

Currys have it for £199
#5
withabix
You can also claim a free 500GB 2nd drivew from Netgear:http://www.netgear.co.uk/freestoraharddrive.php

Ignore that - offer only validwith MS2000-10UKS which s the one with NO drives in it!!!
[mod]#6
Moved to misc as this is a Quidco deal
banned#7
I'd like £1 for every Very deal posted that uses a pre-existing voucher to make it "cheap"
#8
andywedge
Moved to misc as this is a Quidco deal


You have to be kidding! This sounds like something ASB would do.

I know. Lets ban all deals that involve quidco so we can just see what Aamazon and Ebuyer have on offer.
#9
That's not a 'Quidco-only deal' it is just 3% Quidco cashback on something that is £99.99 to anybody!!

If you do this, there will be NO deals left to post!!!!!
#10
FAIL
#11
I don't know why everyone is moaning damned if they do damned if they don't mods. Reason prices including quidco are not allowed from what I have seen is quidco is not a sure thing.

Lots of people don't use Quidco and if they do there is no guarantees you get your dosh be it a few quid or hundreds, so the price has to be without quidco due to the fact it's not a dead cert but it can be mentioned in the op fpr consideration.

That's the way it has always been anyway good deal jus tgot one of these a few days ago, would have posted it myself but the deals submit was brokenX) op can resubmit it.
#12
I would also like to recorrect those typos but the edit function is bust again quality.......
#13
tinkerbell28
I don't know why everyone is moaning damned if they do damned if they don't mods. Reason prices including quidco are not allowed from what I have seen is quidco is not a sure thing.

Lots of people don't use Quidco and if they do there is no guarantees you get your dosh be it a few quid or hundreds, so the price has to be without quidco due to the fact it's not a dead cert but it can be mentioned in the op fpr consideration.

That's the way it has always been anyway good deal jus tgot one of these a few days ago, would have posted it myself but the deals submit was brokenX) op can resubmit it.
Ok then.

Don't go through quidco and get this product for £99. Its still a deal regardless of quidco.

Mods are certainly not the victim as you like to make out.
#14
mr.potato_head
tinkerbell28
I don't know why everyone is moaning damned if they do damned if they don't mods. Reason prices including quidco are not allowed from what I have seen is quidco is not a sure thing.Lots of people don't use Quidco and if they do there is no guarantees you get your dosh be it a few quid or hundreds, so the price has to be without quidco due to the fact it's not a dead cert but it can be mentioned in the op fpr consideration.That's the way it has always been anyway good deal jus tgot one of these a few days ago, would have posted it myself but the deals submit was brokenX) op can resubmit it.
Ok then.Don't go through quidco and get this product for £99. Its still a deal regardless of quidco.Mods are certainly not the victim as you like to make out.

I didn't say that, but it's well known on here or so I thought that people couldn't factor quidco into the price. The mods are the first who would be hit if there was an epic phone/contract type deal which was such a bargain due to Quidco and it failed.

He just has to resubmit it, it's not the end of the world.
#15
andywedge
Moved to misc as this is a Quidco deal

This is still cheaper than everywhere at £99.99, I just included Quidco so that people could benefit as much as possible. Most deals on here include Quidco and are left where they are, so why change now? I have included non-Quidco price in title so can you move back please so that everyone can see it with all of the other deals?
banned#16
inb4 mods get ideas above their station.

oh wait wut?
#17
The mod could have changed it yes, but I still don't see the fuss.

It's always been the way that listed deals are priced without cashback and those that are listed as deals with cashback reliant price have been moved. The deal was listed as an after quidco price AW was not to know if that was 3 quid or 30 what with all the bugs on the site he probably did not have time to check..........


It's not like op is being picked on or anything it's always been the way, quidco in the op but not included in the listed price. Those deals listed as a cashback reliant price get moved as it's not guaranteed, always been the case.
#18
OP only has one badge,therefore this has to stay in misc
#19
Do you have to run the RAID system, or can i just run it as two separate drives?

Where's the link, obviously since it's moved to the misc the 'go to deal' has been removed
#20
tinkerbell28
The mod could have changed it yes, but I still don't see the fuss.

It's always been the way that listed deals are priced without cashback and those that are listed as deals with cashback reliant price have been moved. The deal was listed as an after quidco price AW was not to know if that was 3 quid or 30 what with all the bugs on the site he probably did not have time to check..........


It's not like op is being picked on or anything it's always been the way, quidco in the op but not included in the listed price. Those deals listed as a cashback reliant price get moved as it's not guaranteed, always been the case.


But its still a deal even without the quidco.

A simple change of title would suffice and the title does show the price without quidco now so should now moved back to the deals section but of course the mods are "really busy" trying to fix this wreck of a site so this probably won't happen.
#21
boothy
OP only has one badge,therefore this has to stay in misc

Can you explain why this is the case please? Don't see what a badge has to do with the validity of the deal or its price
#22
sancho1983
Do you have to run the RAID system, or can i just run it as two separate drives? Where's the link, obviously since it's moved to the misc the 'go to deal' has been removed

According to the factsheet (http://www.netgear.co.uk/pdfs/stora_ms2110_ds_11feb10.pdf) you can run as RAID or 2 seperate drives. At the top of pages 3 it says:

Putting all of your precious data in one digital basket might be more than you want
to risk. But don’t worry, because Stora supports a second hard drive to mirror the first.
You can double your protection whenever you want. And you can do it on the fly,
without copying or moving any data. Alternatively, you can use the second disk to add
extra capacity without protection, when you need it. With Stora, the choice is yours.

Also, here is the deal again with the supposed correct price :-)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/1tb-netgear-stora-nas-99-99-96-99-a/718295

Shame the heat has gone across 2 deals, might have actually got a hot deal for once lol
[mod]#23
Moved back to Deals as title/quidco pricing changed
#24
tinkerbell28
The mod could have changed it yes, but I still don't see the fuss.It's always been the way that listed deals are priced without cashback and those that are listed as deals with cashback reliant price have been moved. The deal was listed as an after quidco price AW was not to know if that was 3 quid or 30 what with all the bugs on the site he probably did not have time to check..........It's not like op is being picked on or anything it's always been the way, quidco in the op but not included in the listed price. Those deals listed as a cashback reliant price get moved as it's not guaranteed, always been the case.

Not really a fuss, just a question of clarity and consistency.

I have to admit that I have nearly always included the price including Quidco and they have never been moved before. I have also seen many other deals doing so but nowhere have I seen that this is not permitted. How many phone deals "slip" through the net every time but they stay in deals, just an example but it happens all the time and I don't really see an issue as it is acceptably common practice on the site.
1 Like #25
andywedge
Moved back to Deals as title/quidco pricing changed

No point, I expired and reposted at £99.99 as I preferred to let people access the deal without having to second guess where it should or shouldn't be
#27
109.99 now
#28
OOS

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