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Seagate 750GB Hard Drive - £44.98 @ Dabs

mikerr Avatar
7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 750GB S300


Type in quicklinx code 42L2I7
(direct link didn't work)

Pretty cheap!


Free delivery for orders over £49.99, so add something for £5 to get free delivery.
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#1
now coming up as £109.07 inc vat
#2
padair
now coming up as £109.07 inc vat


Errmmmm how do you get to £44.98 from this "deal" :?
#3
Still coming up as £44.98 here

type in 42L2I7 in the quicklinx box
#4
Shambles
Errmmmm how do you get to £44.98 from this "deal" :?


Errmmmm... By following the instructions in the OP?

:roll:

Works fine for me.
#5
if you want cheap computer stuff look at "www.aria.co.uk"
#6
Would be hot at that price but quicklinx code 42L217 comes up as £109 for me
#7
The-Stranger;5843129
if you want cheap computer stuff look at "www.aria.co.uk"


This drive is £67 on aria.co.uk ... plus £8.95 P&P :roll:
#8
http://i31.tinypic.com/2wqefra.jpg
#9
http://www.dabs.com/category/components-and-storage,storage,internal-hard-drives/11154

Grr... now its been tagged as expired
Still on the site at £44.98, but I give up :roll:

(never post a deal on a friday night)
#10
works for me - would heat it up if it hadn't been expired!! I'll report to the mods...
#11
Still in stock and works as listed using instructions. Good value but I'd rather stick another £11 and go for the .12 version that has rave reviews for data transfer.
#12
Well I followed the instructions and searched for 42L217 and got:-

http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c62/pja77uk/42L217.jpg

Id rather have:-

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/164282 - for £57 delivered.

Havent expired - but cant vote hot for a deal I cant see.
#13
Jesus wept. It really frustrates me when people post deals on here only to have them sniped at by people who can't follow simple instructions.

If you enter the code 42L2[SIZE="7"]I[/SIZE]7 you will get the product at £44.

If you enter the (wrong) code 42L2[SIZE="7"]1[/SIZE]7 then you will get the £109 product.

Can people not engage their brains before expiring deals?
#14
Lol at the people who don't know how to copy and paste so expired the deal :roll:
#15
great deal, thanks :thumbsup:
#16
Meh you get what'cha pay for. Personelly I'd spend a few quids more and get a WD or Samsung drive. Decent enough price tho!
#17
paste 42L2I7 in the quicklinx box (not the Search box)

but actually £48.40 including delivery. So add something small. Over £49.99 delivery is free.
#18
Got an email from Dabs detailing the drive at £44.98. If it helps those who're having problems entering the Quicklinx number here's the URL from the email:
http://www.dabs.com/products/seagate-barracuda-7200-10-750gb-s300-42L2.html
H+R added
#19
£44.98 inc vat for me
#21
Sweetchuck
Jesus wept. It really frustrates me when people post deals on here only to have them sniped at by people who can't follow simple instructions.

If you enter the code 42L2[SIZE="7"]I[/SIZE]7 you will get the product at £44.

If you enter the (wrong) code 42L2[SIZE="7"]1[/SIZE]7 then you will get the £109 product.

Can people not engage their brains before expiring deals?


To be fair to me I was looking at this after midnight on a friday night (and I didnt expire it ;))

Very annoying though how an l instead of a 1 showed the exact same product for more than twice the amount, especially as now this morning if you use the 42L2[SIZE="6"]1[/SIZE]7 code it gives you the £44.98 price.

However I still don't think its that hot a deal when you can get a 1TB drive delivered for about £8 more.

Also why couldn't the OP just have put the second l as L to save this confusion lol
#22
#23
Sweetchuck
Jesus wept. It really frustrates me when people post deals on here only to have them sniped at by people who can't follow simple instructions.

If you enter the code 42L2[SIZE="7"]I[/SIZE]7 you will get the product at £44.

If you enter the (wrong) code 42L2[SIZE="7"]1[/SIZE]7 then you will get the £109 product.

Can people not engage their brains before expiring deals?


I originally expired the deal as the OP only had the link to the £109 price, they edited their post about 30 mins later to include the instructions for the quicklink code
#24
montyburns56


I have a pair of 500Gb 7200.10 fitted to my Dell. They've been fine for past 14 months and not to be confused with the iffy 7200.11s. There is more head seeking type noise though when compared to the pair of near silent WD 500Gb fitted to another Dell bought around the same time.
#25
montyburns56


upgrade the firmware if needed & they are fine.
#26
Looks like £48.40 with delivery?

Wasn't eBuyer doing Samsung F1 1TB drives for ~£50 not so long ago?

Edit: Sorry, they were the 1Tb Hitachi drives: [COLOR=#123889]EXPIRED - Hitachi DeskStar 1TB Hard Drive SATAII 7200rpm 16MB Cache OEM - Now just £49.97 @ Ebuyer (Free delivery £50+)[/COLOR], & these are now £52.89 on Scan/todayonly using the free delivery option. Granted, not the same brand, but only £4-5 extra for 250Gb more get's my vote :thumbsup:
#27
Crossbow
Looks like £48.40 with delivery?

Wasn't eBuyer doing Samsung F1 1TB drives for ~£50 not so long ago?


As far as I'm aware they have never been that low and are currently £61.14 with Ebuyer so kind of irrelevant.
#28
mehmeh
Meh you get what'cha pay for. Personelly I'd spend a few quids more and get a WD or Samsung drive. Decent enough price tho!


I've been using Seagate drives for years and never had a failure. I can't say the same of the WD drives I've had.
#29
padair
I originally expired the deal as the OP only had the link to the £109 price, they edited their post about 30 mins later to include the instructions for the quicklink code


Are you for real?

I saw it the minute it was posted and it worked fine.
#30
If buying a 750GB would get the new 7200.12 model for £10 extra.
http://www.dabs.com/products/Seagate-750Gb-BARRACUDA-7200-12-3-5--5K3G.html

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