There are other similar deals but they are either expired or the price is wrong.
The 5HD 5% discount is valid for everyone, whether collecting in store or for home delivery.
The advertised price of £55 is then reduced to £52.25.
There are some who claim these Iomega drives have bad reviews, I've bought a dozen of these for friends and family, all continue to work flawlessly, but like any other hard drive with magnetic media and moving parts they will fail eventually. The drives inside are Samsung HD103SI. Everything I've read say these are perfectly good drives and have a failure rate no higher or lower than any other hard drive manufacturer.
I've searched to find news stories with mass failures of these and other Iomega drives but I can't find any, only the odd individual failure on a message board, and as I said, at no higher a rate than any other of the leading manufacturers.
As a rule, any backups of files you can't afford to lose should be made to more than 1 location, in the event of a failure of one of those locations, you can then make another backup. Comet as a retailer has always given me excellent customer service and when I've needed to return faulty items, this has been hassle free, unlike other leading high street computer retailers.
I anticipate a discussion about the relative merits of these drives, all I would ask is that people back up any claims they make and point us to the source of these claims.
Here is a review of the Samsung HD103SI drive which is installed inside the Iomage case:http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/2tb-hdd-energy,2371-3.html
Edited to point out that Quidco or Topcashback give 3% cashback, bringing the price down to £50.69.