3.5-inch USB2.0 SATA+IDE HDD Enclosure Silver - £15.39 @ DealExtreme - HotUKDeals
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- Supporting various types of SATA/IDE 3.5 inch hard disks
- Application interface: USB2.0
- Plug and Play
- Transmission speed can reach 480Mbs(USB2.0)/400Mbs(IEEE1394)
- Sturdy alluminium case.
- AC input:100V-240V; DC output:+5V/+12V

Ideal if you have a couple of drives knocking around!!
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Why is this a 'Deal' ? these enclosures are around this price anyway, aren't they? and it's not on offer on the site u linked.

for reference, here is one cheaper and it looks better...


This is pretty cold if you ask me
I don't know if it is a good deal, but a very similar enclosure to this is at Maplin at £29 so in comparison it is a reasonable price.
Agreed, cold. You can buy similar from http://www.ebuyer.com/product/149273
Is it me or the people who are moaning this is not cheap have linked to items that are more expensive?
These are only worth a tenner. Although i get mine on ebay, and i know you're not allowed to post ebay deals.
These are only worth a tenner. Although i get mine on ebay, and i know you're not allowed to post ebay deals.

do u have an item number please?
Got mine for a 5th of this on fleabay
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do u have an item number please?

Have to say this guy's (see item number below), is cheaper and looks excellent value for money. He has excellent rating of 99.4% Positive feedback.

£12.50 - Delivered (Royal Mail First Class Standard).
item number: 250524761194
With a 12 month warranty!

Hope that helps.
Not the same functionally as the OP's one Blasphemous, since the OP's is IDE and SATA. I doubt anyone would really need one that does both though, once a drive's in it why would you bother swapping them around? You can get cables for a few quid that'll let you temporarily connect a drive via USB, like this: http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.474 so if you're going to swap around a lot that's probably a better option than getting the screwdriver out every time.

Either way though, silly to pay the same or more for something from DX. I like the place, but it's not exactly quick to ship stuff and as for RMAs...
My £13 one from ebuyer has eSATA and is a UK retailer...

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