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Seagate Backup Plus Hard Drive 4TB Currys @ £89.97

£89.97 @ Currys
Seagate Backup Plus External Hard Drive 4TB Can't find stock near me so hope this helps someone (if there is stock or people want to order waiting stock)
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Seagate Backup Plus External Hard Drive 4TB

Can't find stock near me so hope this helps someone (if there is stock or people want to order waiting stock)
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
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3 Likes #1
£89.87 £89.87 so good I named it twice

oh no you didn't
oh yes I did
oh no you didn't
1 Like #2
Pontypridd in stock :)
#3
Got one at Chesterfield (ordered) :p
#4
Deery me
#5
It's a Staff Pick Tony..... there'll be Tony one in some stores after the Staff have picked the rest ;)
2 Likes #6
Damn you Staff Pick Tony.
4 Likes #7
Nearly 4 hours in and still not 43 people complaining how there's no stock within 47.5 miles of Lower Piddle-On-The-Burn? Nor 124 people complaining about how crap Seagate are and how you might as well back up your data using a slate stylus and a plasticine tablet? And no one asking if you can take it apart and put it in a PS4?

What on earth is this forum coming to?
#8
BertieWusster
Nearly 4 hours in and still not 43 people complaining how there's no stock within 47.5 miles of Lower Piddle-On-The-Burn? Nor 124 people complaining about how crap Seagate are and how you might as well back up your data using a slate stylus and a plasticine tablet? And no one asking if you can take it apart and put it in a PS4?
What on earth is this forum coming to?
Well can you? lol
#9
Ni members available in Bangor store too far for me
#10
Nice price if you can get one. I got 2 of the 2tb £44 Argos drives a few weeks ago, so I have plenty of storage got now.
#11
markslavin
Nice price if you can get one. I got 2 of the 2tb £44 Argos drives a few weeks ago, so I have plenty of storage got now.

Suspect they don't need a power supply unlike this one. I'd sooner have those you bought. Guessing much of the heat is from people thinking it's the other type.
#12
BertieWusster
Nearly 4 hours in and still not 43 people complaining how there's no stock within 47.5 miles of Lower Piddle-On-The-Burn? Nor 124 people complaining about how crap Seagate are and how you might as well back up your data using a slate stylus and a plasticine tablet? And no one asking if you can take it apart and put it in a PS4?

What on earth is this forum coming to?

In case anyone is wondering, no you can't as it's a 3.5 inch drive not a 2.5 inch one.
#13
2 left in Chesterfield store as of now
#14
Anyone could supply a link to that deal on the Curry's website pls? could not find that one al all :( (already gone??!!)


Edited By: wised_up on Dec 09, 2016 01:26
#15
wised_up
Anyone could supply a link to that deal on the Curry's website pls? could not find that one al all :( (already gone??!!)
Looks like they've "relisted" it under a different product code (higher price)
Original code was 094702 but now it's 146178 @ £139.99

Well done to all that got the deal
And thanks for the heat


Here's webcached link
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:OJuWmYFym3gJ:www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/data-storage/data-storage/seagate-backup-plus-external-hard-drive-4-tb-black-21972046-pdt.html+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=uk

Edited By: philphil61 on Dec 09, 2016 04:57
#16
Avoid Seagate if you can, they are really unreliable, I have had 3 of the 3TB died over the past 6 months, last month I got a new 4TB from PCW, and this died after a week, and according to info, the 3TB had huge problems with failure rate over 30% when on average they should be around 4%. If you value your data, stay clear.

https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/222267-seagate-faces-lawsuit-over-3tb-hard-drive-failure-rates
#17
thanks "meltof" - I was just about to get myself to Argos to get one, will look for an alternative now.
#18
BertieWusster
Nearly 4 hours in and still not 43 people complaining how there's no stock within 47.5 miles of Lower Piddle-On-The-Burn? Nor 124 people complaining about how crap Seagate are and how you might as well back up your data using a slate stylus and a plasticine tablet? And no one asking if you can take it apart and put it in a PS4?
What on earth is this forum coming to?

Maybe they have left after the Referendum.
#19
meltof
Avoid Seagate if you can, they are really unreliable, I have had 3 of the 3TB died over the past 6 months, last month I got a new 4TB from PCW, and this died after a week, and according to info, the 3TB had huge problems with failure rate over 30% when on average they should be around 4%. If you value your data, stay clear.

https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/222267-seagate-faces-lawsuit-over-3tb-hard-drive-failure-rates

Mine have always been OK. Then I am not using it for extended professional use.

What brands are good for home use?
#20
sollas001
meltof
Avoid Seagate if you can, they are really unreliable, I have had 3 of the 3TB died over the past 6 months, last month I got a new 4TB from PCW, and this died after a week, and according to info, the 3TB had huge problems with failure rate over 30% when on average they should be around 4%. If you value your data, stay clear.https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/222267-seagate-faces-lawsuit-over-3tb-hard-drive-failure-rates
Mine have always been OK. Then I am not using it for extended professional use.
What brands are good for home use?
Seagate invented this model hard drive to fail every time within 6 months but only for people with an id meltof

or put it another way

You will find amongst the vast population of the planet some Seagate haters, some WD haters and some Toshiba haters and some (insert any other brand here) haters. I know, I know fact is fact and it hurts
#21
The cheapest 4tb Seagate now listed on their website is £109.99
#22
meltof
Avoid Seagate if you can, they are really unreliable, I have had 3 of the 3TB died over the past 6 months, last month I got a new 4TB from PCW, and this died after a week, and according to info, the 3TB had huge problems with failure rate over 30% when on average they should be around 4%. If you value your data, stay clear.https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/222267-seagate-faces-lawsuit-over-3tb-hard-drive-failure-rates

Hhmm......i've had a Seagate 2TB working perfectly for almost three years now. Never had any problem with that at all.

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