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Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3 1TB Hard Drive SATAII at ebuyer on ebay £39.99

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Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3 1TB Hard Drive SATAII at ebuyer on ebay £39.99. Free P+P. + quidco.
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Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3 1TB Hard Drive SATAII at ebuyer on ebay £39.99. Free P+P. + quidco.
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#1
BEWARE:

Make sure it is UK stock. Had my 1tb fail after 13months from Ebuyer. NO waranty as it is Euro Import. So wasted £60 on the drive all because of saving £5 cheaper at the time.
#2
ninjin
Make sure it is UK stock. Had my 1tb fail after 13months from Ebuyer. NO waranty as it is Euro Import.


For some people it doesn't really matter. I for example would never send my used drive back unless I was able to wipe it - the data is usually worth more than the cost of a new drive.
#3
z00h

For some people it doesn't really matter.


You don't mind paying for something then do nothing when said product fails?

Yea right...

Make sure it is UK stock. Had my 1tb fail after 13months from Ebuyer. NO waranty as it is Euro Import.


Thanks for the warning, reason enough not to buy it!
#4
how can you find out if its none uk stock tho ?
#5
pimpMe
z00h

For some people it doesn't really matter.


You don't mind paying for something then do nothing when said product fails?

Yea right...


z00h
I for example would never send my used drive back unless I was able to wipe it - the data is usually worth more than the cost of a new drive.
#6
Ordered. Good enough for me.
#7
ninjin
BEWARE:Make sure it is UK stock. Had my 1tb fail after 13months from Ebuyer. NO waranty as it is Euro Import. So wasted £60 on the drive all because of saving £5 cheaper at the time.

Can't check the listing now, but normally all PC hardware described as OEM [original equipment manufacturer] only has a 1 year warranty [and that is with the seller - not the manufacturer]

Standard practice throughout PC retailing, though I have seen the odd anomaly where sometimes you will see a description as OEM but with say a 3 year warranty ...dunno.

With problem hard drives it's always worth checking the warranty situation online directly with the manufacturer [quote serial number on a checker page] as I've seen before, the odd extended warranty cover despite what may have been stated on the retailers web page description.
#8
z00h
I for example would never send my used drive back unless I was able to wipe it - the data is usually worth more than the cost of a new drive.


You could always use encryption, then again if you weren't smart enough to think of that in the first place I highly doubt you would be able to implement it anyway.
#9
pimpMe
z00h
I for example would never send my used drive back unless I was able to wipe it - the data is usually worth more than the cost of a new drive.

You could always use encryption, then again if you weren't smart enough to think of that in the first place I highly doubt you would be able to implement it anyway.

I to would never send a drive back. I don't understand why YOU have a problem with this.If you a smart enough to use encryption then you should be smart enough to know it can be broken given enough time.
#10
Geemac
If you a smart enough to use encryption then you should be smart enough to know it can be broken given enough time.


Are you serious?

Or just another ebuyer staff member defending each and every one of thier 'deals'?..

Seriously this site has been inundated with 'deals' from ebuyer for the last six months constantly, its like a **** ebuyer promo microsite at times. Now we have idiots defending not getting a warranty and justifying just throwing your cash away. Silly stuff.
#11
pimpMe
Geemac
If you a smart enough to use encryption then you should be smart enough to know it can be broken given enough time.

Are you serious?

Or just another ebuyer staff member defending each and every one of thier 'deals'?..

Seriously this site has been inundated with 'deals' from ebuyer for the last six months constantly, its like a **** ebuyer promo microsite at times. Now we have idiots defending not getting a warranty and justifying just throwing your cash away. Silly stuff.

No I don't work for ebuyer, I just don't fancy some little oik trying to recover deleted files. To be honest I've only ever had 2 drives fail, both outside the warranty period
And for the record I don't like being called an idiot.
#12
Geemac
And for the record I don't like being called an idiot.


I do apologise for that, although I didn't specifically direct it at anyone, more just a frustrated rant rather than being directed at yourself. Sorry for offense caused.
#13
pimpMe
Geemac
And for the record I don't like being called an idiot.

I do apologise for that, although I didn't specifically direct it at anyone, more just a frustrated rant rather than being directed at yourself. Sorry for offense caused.

It.s OK bad mood when I wrote that, I am paranoid about my privacy, that's why I wouldn't send a drive back. I've seen what can be recovered by the IT dept at work.

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