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Fractal Design Define R3 Mid Tower Case - £74.39 Delivered @ Scan

£74.39 @ Scan
Very good quality case, which looks nice and does a fairly decent job of sound deadening. I realise that this will probably only appeal to a fairly niche market, but it seems to be over £5 cheaper at…
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6y, 2w agoFound 6 years, 2 weeks ago
Very good quality case, which looks nice and does a fairly decent job of sound deadening. I realise that this will probably only appeal to a fairly niche market, but it seems to be over £5 cheaper at the moment than anywhere else at the moment.

One of Scan's 'Today Only' deals. (This will expire tomorrow lunchtime so hurry!)

Free next day delivery for AVForums.com members (you just literally need to sign up and then head to http://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.php)

Hope this helps someone!
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#1
Good luck trying to return it if something goes wrong, they take weeks to replace and when they do, refuse to refund postage
#2
im not sure what could go wrong with a case that has no psu really
#3
Nice find, thanks op
#4
Have one of these. It's a very good case. I paid £80 for it. £74.39 is a good price.

mrmcbunny
im not sure what could go wrong with a case that has no psu really
Could arrive damaged (scratched, dented, etc). Fans could be faulty. PCI fan controller thing could be faulty. Bits missing perhaps? Lots of things really.
#5
for those that can ignore Scan's misgivings this is a fantastic case. Got mine from eBuyer a couple of weeks ago - the build quality is excellent. I had NZXT case before and that afforded me quiet computing, but the Define is even quieter.


Edited By: CockneySpur on Mar 14, 2011 22:07: spelling mistake - not that I am perfect
#6
canada16
Good luck trying to return it if something goes wrong, they take weeks to replace and when they do, refuse to refund postage


Yeah wouldn't touch this bunch.
#7
alasrati
Have one of these. It's a very good case. I paid £80 for it. £74.39 is a good price.

mrmcbunny
im not sure what could go wrong with a case that has no psu really
Could arrive damaged (scratched, dented, etc). Fans could be faulty. PCI fan controller thing could be faulty. Bits missing perhaps? Lots of things really.

Yes and so could that all happen fron any Internet order ie: ebuyer, amazon & so on.
#8
CR_&_JR
alasrati
Have one of these. It's a very good case. I paid £80 for it. £74.39 is a good price.

mrmcbunny
im not sure what could go wrong with a case that has no psu really
Could arrive damaged (scratched, dented, etc). Fans could be faulty. PCI fan controller thing could be faulty. Bits missing perhaps? Lots of things really.

Yes and so could that all happen fron any Internet order ie: ebuyer, amazon & so on.
True, but if you recall, the specific alleged problem here was with Scan's returns process. Someone then implied that this did not matter because nothing can go wrong with a computer case. I then pointed out that quite a few things can go wrong. You apparently agree with this.

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