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Lacie External Hard Disk Drive 1TB at Makro £57.49

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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
Lacie External Hard Disk Drive 1TB is £49.99 + VAT = £57.49 at Makro.
Saw this in Makro Mail 25 available from 18th November so get there early if you want one. Please do not vote cold if you dont have or know anyone with a Makro card. The idea of this site is to inform people of deals.
Now for the technical bit.
The 1TB Hard Disk from LaCie is a high-capacity drive with a USB 2.0 interface, and a rotation speed of 7200rpm. The drive is capable of data transfer rates up to 35MB/sec, making it an excellent solution for video editing, high resolution imaging, data backup or general storage. It features a striking design by Neil Poulton, making it an aesthetically pleasing addition to any desk.

1TB holds 75 hours of DV video, 212 movies, or 250,000 MP3s
Design by Neil Poulton
USB 2.0 interface
Blue LED creates ambient underside glow
Fanless cooling system for quiet operation
Stores files, music, photos, and videos in 1 place
Includes backup software for Windows and Mac
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#1
now this is hot, just what i need might have to get someone to see if our local one has any in stock!
#2
"e "Stores files, music, photos, and videos in 1 place " WOW! :roll:

good deal though if u can get it
#3
never, never buy Lacie
#4
DJ 2GooD
never, never buy Lacie


Why?

I agree its over priced but apart from that?
#5
DJ 2GooD
never, never buy Lacie


Agree with the above poster Lacie are alot like Apple (and ironically usually targeted at Apple users), good quality but overpriced so surely a great deal.
#6
I think u will find Lacie's have a very high failure rate!!
Stay clear.
#7
I can't remember seeing a cheaper 1TB drive on here?!
#8
voted cold cos i dont have or know anyone with a Makro card.

whoops
#9
They had then in stock at Glasgow branch last week....all sold out and according to sales person no likelyhood of any further deliveries even although advertised in their latest flyer.
#10
:-D Excellent deal - I suspect it is a 3.5 inch drive in the case
#11
No good to me - I cannot shop at cash and carry like most people on the high street.
#12
I ALREADY POSTED THIS DEAL 2 WEEKS AGO!!
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/510774/57-49-for-a-verbatim-1tb-usb-2-0-de
It is the same price out of Makro Mail also.
#13
ggibson
I ALREADY POSTED THIS DEAL 2 WEEKS AGO!!
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/510774/57-49-for-a-verbatim-1tb-usb-2-0-de
It is the same price out of Makro Mail also.

Apologies! Mine was the Verbatim, Good deal. Lacie is a good brand, especially for Mac users
#14
Lacie, great drives ,dodgy power supplys. Dabs refused to replace my power supply when it failed unless I sent the WHOLE unit back, which I thought was preposterous since it had all my valuable and , ehmmm ,personal data :) Had to resort to buying a power supply from lacie for 30 quid. Well pi$$ed I was.
#15
I had a barely used Lacie drive which failed, I sent it back and they refused to repair it because of a tiny scratch on the casing-which I swear wasn't there when I sent it to them! Lost loads of files and totally put me off external hard drives!
#16
DJ 2GooD
never, never buy Lacie


Why one liner?

Why don't u explain why?

At least say these drives are not reliable and has bad reviews so ppl will know what u mean!
#17
milgo;6852909
I can't remember seeing a cheaper 1TB drive on here?!

this one WAS cheaper when using codes, but expired now

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/502293/western-digital-elements-1tb-deskto?t=502293
#18
I have this drive, purchased a year ago, for archiving current TV purposes it has 50GB transferred to it each day, and is turned on 24/7, so far so good.

HOWEVER, I've had 6 other external drives manufactured by Lacie, ranging from 250-500GB, EVERY one of them has died on me, BUT - the drives themselves were fine, once taken out of the enclosure and placed in a caddy or hooked up as a slave in the comp, they're good to go, whether it's the enclosures psu or what I have no idea.
#19
Deals should be open to all, IMHO?

Voted Cold as I don't have a Makro card and will never qualify, therefore I can't get it.

Gun
#20
I havea Lacie drive that's been in use on and off for four years now. I'm interested in this Makro one - but is it the 'designer' one with the blue light, or the simple brick version? Aria are doing the latter for less than £60, but I'm unclear which actual model it is... there appear to be at least two different lacie 1tb models available at the moment...
#21
Makro are doing some good deals on HDD's. I bought a Seagate 1TB HDD for £57 a month ago and there were a few in stock too.
#22
*XxGunnerxX*;6854826
Deals should be open to all, IMHO?

Voted Cold as I don't have a Makro card and will never qualify, therefore I can't get it.

Gun


Agreed!
#23
The funny thing is the Lacies while targeted at Macs dont work that well with them unless the firewire versions. I bought a USB Lacie 500gb harddrive and had nothing problems with it mounting. On contacting Lacie they said they has no intention of updating the driver to work with the new OS X - helpful! So I gave that to a friend and bought myself a firewire Maxtor one which works brilliantly. If you are on OS X buy firewire to be save, normally a tenner or so more but work better with macs. I'm sure this would be fine with a PC though. Good price, especially if anyone is VAT registered! Daniel
#24
Ted Wales
:-D Excellent deal - I suspect it is a 3.5 inch drive in the case


Aren't you intelligent
#25
Ommid
Aren't you intelligent


I AM CONSIDERABLY RICHER THAN YAW!
#26
I purchsed one of these at Macro on 26/10/09 £49.99. :whistling:
toshiba h/drive inside

The wife purchased a facial device £25 but in the mail shot for the following week £50. :)
#27
Noghar
I havea Lacie drive that's been in use on and off for four years now. I'm interested in this Makro one - but is it the 'designer' one with the blue light, or the simple brick version? Aria are doing the latter for less than £60, but I'm unclear which actual model it is... there appear to be at least two different lacie 1tb models available at the moment...


To be honest I think this is the designer one I have been to my local Makro and the designer ones are at £59.99 before Vat so I think this will be the one going on offer next Wednesday.
#28
As if people vote cold if they don't have a makro card.

That's just lame.

Yes lets vote the recent CODMW2 deal for £20 cold because of no Makro card......

Btw my Makro mail says upto 60MB/s transfer rate.
#29
I've had a few Lacie hard drives, and in my experience the drives themselves don't fail, it's the power cords that stop the drive from working, and simply changing these brings the drive back to life again. I have this particular hard drive, and it has different power supply cables, and has been absolutely fine for a year now - I paid a lot more for it back then!

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