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IOMEGA 1TB Select 3.5 inch External Hard Drive £53.99 Collect In Store at Comet

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Listed price £59.99 - use the voucher 10ALLHD to reduce the price by 10% to £53.99. Read More
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#1
nice1thanks
#2
Great thanks, just reserved. Dont forget quidco - extra 3% for reserve and collect!!!!
#3
Very good price
#4
these 1tb drives have price dropped soo much compared to this time last year..
#5
Anyone know what the drive is inside the usb enclosure?
#6
tricky1981uk
Great thanks, just reserved. Dont forget quidco - extra 3% for reserve and collect!!!!


Ahh, forgot Quidco :oops:
#7
mespilus
Anyone know what the drive is inside the usb enclosure?
This has been posted on here a few times at various prices and going off previous comments it looks like a Seagate
#8
I bought one of these a few months ago and it contains a Samsung HD103SI
banned#9
Good price!
Go one last week for £58. Works well with Sumvision Cyclone Micro Media Player.
:thumbsup:
#10
Hey guys where do you put in the voucher code?

EDIT: Not to worry ive found it
#11
Does this have a on/off switch or mains power only?
#12
IvorBargain
I bought one of these a few months ago and it contains a Samsung HD103SI


Thank you for that.

Now how easy will it be to remove this desirable hdd from the usb ensclosure and pop it in my nas?
#13
Hiya, sorry to be stupid, but can you use the 10% voucher if you reserve to collect in store?

If so, where do you put the voucher code?
#14
class price
#15
Been looking for F2's for a while,
so my Solstice present is a pair of these.

Just got to wait 30 minutes for R'nC to kick in.
#16
nice price
#17
ordered.

Any cheap 1tb nas hard drives about?
#18
:santa::thumbsup:Just ordered - Heat and rep added:thumbsup::santa:
#19
Bought mine yesterday from Reading store for 53.99, best deal out there for 1TB ext USB.
#20
Ditto
Where do you put the voucher?


Are people blind?? :santa:

http://premium1.uploadit.org/bobbyboyuk//blind.jpg
#21
Cheers to the OP,just ordered one, prob end up stripping out the HDD and selling the caddy
#22
hi could some one with knowledge tell me if its bad to use this as a hard drive switched on all the time? to store mp3s and movies and play them on my pc constnatly? or is it best to use this as a back up device? thanks alot
#23
Well I've just opened up one of mine,

and found,

A Seagate Barracuda LP ST3100520AS

http://www.seagate.com/www/en-us/products/desktops/barracuda_hard_drives/barracuda_lp/

Firmware CC32
Date Code 10133

So Iomega have switched supply back to the Seagates mentioned earlier in the thread.

Anyone any opinion or experience of Seagate 3100520AS hdds?
#24
raggouk
Hiya, sorry to be stupid, but can you use the 10% voucher if you reserve to collect in store?

If so, where do you put the voucher code?


I replied to your inbox message.

Balb0wa
Are people blind?? :santa:



No need for that:?

It looks like a search box thats what confused me, and it has comet1234 written in it, making even more confusing but I got there in the end.
#25
Just opened one of mine,

and,

instead of the Samsung F2,

I find a Seagate Barracuda LP 3100520AS
Firmware Code CC32
Date Code 10133.

Anyone any experience with these Seagate hdds?

JFI, the small crosshead screw under the rubber at the front of the enclosure is the only fixing needing removal to allow opening.

The two visible screws and the two concealed by the rubber 'feet' hold the hdd in place.

The enclosure has squeeze fastenings inside of where the ventolation fins give out,
and,
two loop & hook fastenings at the rear by the sockets for power and data.

yet to take out the small pc card from the satasockets.
#26
Mine is also a LP 3100520AS. I've heard there are some dodgy Seagate drives around, seems main victim was the ST31000340AS (http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/1050374/seagate-barracudas-7200-11-failing). I can't find any details about the LP 3100520AS. Can anybody help?
#28
mespilus
Just opened one of mine,

and,

instead of the Samsung F2,

I find a Seagate Barracuda LP 3100520AS
Firmware Code CC32
Date Code 10133.

Anyone any experience with these Seagate hdds?

JFI, the small crosshead screw under the rubber at the front of the enclosure is the only fixing needing removal to allow opening.

The two visible screws and the two concealed by the rubber 'feet' hold the hdd in place.

The enclosure has squeeze fastenings inside of where the ventolation fins give out,
and,
two loop & hook fastenings at the rear by the sockets for power and data.

yet to take out the small pc card from the satasockets.


Just checked mine and it's a Samsung HD103SI, got it from Reading this afternoon.

http://i49.tinypic.com/29mx087.jpg

I managed to break the plastic clip below, it was quite tough to prise open.
http://i46.tinypic.com/2vv4y36.jpg
#29
cant you tell what you have by plugging it in??

using something like hd tune or hardware monitor? why disasemble it?

http://www.cpuid.com/hwmonitor.php
#30
Mines a samsung as well

http://premium1.uploadit.org/bobbyboyuk//samsung-iomega.jpg
#31
http://premium1.uploadit.org/bobbyboyuk//103SI.jpg
#32
Actually bought 2. Both contain Seagate disks. One is an ST31000528AS and the other an ST31000520AS.

Seems first is 7200rpm and the other a low power 5900rpm model.

I'd bought these to use in my ReadyNAS box. I guess for network access the disk speed isn't going to be an issue, so I'd have preferred two low power drives. Is using two different drives likely to present a problem for the ReadyNAS?

Thanks
#33
Balb0wa
cant you tell what you have by plugging it in??

using something like hd tune or hardware monitor? why disasemble it?

http://www.cpuid.com/hwmonitor.php


I'm planning on using the drive in my media pc, as it was cheaper than a similar oem bare drive. Can re-use the case for an older disk.
#34
I bought it to strip out the disc to use in a NAS. I put it back in the enclosure to reformat due to an issue with my NAS. The caddy blew up after about 30% of formatting. Glad I bought it for the disc only now which was worth it. If I was buying it to retain as an external drive I think it;s pretty poorly made. reviews elsewhere say the caddy is hit and miss also. £50ish for a 1TB drive and doorstop at least isn't that bad
#35
Woby_Tide
I bought it to strip out the disc to use in a NAS. I put it back in the enclosure to reformat due to an issue with my NAS. The caddy blew up after about 30% of formatting. Glad I bought it for the disc only now which was worth it. If I was buying it to retain as an external drive I think it;s pretty poorly made. reviews elsewhere say the caddy is hit and miss also. £50ish for a 1TB drive and doorstop at least isn't that bad


What disk did you get, and what NAS are you putting it in?
#36
Opened up my second one last night,
and,
it was the expected Samsung, HD 103SI rev:A
with a date of 2009-09

Potentially you may be able to tell them apart,
if Comet, allow you to check the Serial Numbers on the base of the enclosure:

the (presumably older) Samsung has a S/N thbk 3xxxxx
the (presumably newer) Seagate has a S/N thbk 4xxxxx

So when these are in my Synology 207+
I will have a head-to-head comparison
of these, claimed, low energy drives.
#37
mespilus
Opened up my second one last night,
and,
it was the expected Samsung, HD 103SI rev:A
with a date of 2009-09

Potentially you may be able to tell them apart,
if Comet, allow you to check the Serial Numbers on the base of the enclosure:

the (presumably older) Samsung has a S/N thbk 3xxxxx
the (presumably newer) Seagate has a S/N thbk 4xxxxx

So when these are in my Synology 207+
I will have a head-to-head comparison
of these, claimed, low energy drives.


I've got two, both Seagate. One's a Barracuda 7200.12 and has a s/n starting with 3. The other's an Barracuda LP and it's s/n starts with 4. So a 3 isn't going to guarantee you a Samsung. Hopefully the failures experienced with the Seagates' early in the year have now all been sorted (fingers and legs crossed).
#38
MrFizzy
I've got two, both Seagate. One's a Barracuda 7200.12 and has a s/n starting with 3. The other's an Barracuda LP and it's s/n starts with 4. So a 3 isn't going to guarantee you a Samsung. Hopefully the failures experienced with the Seagates' early in the year have now all been sorted (fingers and legs crossed).


Well I did say 'potentially'

Anyone know the best set up for these hdds?
IIRC isnt there some free software for 'Acoustic Management'
to reduce the noise they make?
#39
i have just rang comets and they have checked my order i have put by, said they have two drives one is thbk 394737 the other being thbk 412865i am guessing the first to be a samsung and the other the seagate? which one is the better of the two?
#40
going to pick this up
now

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