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WD My Cloud 3TB (Recertified) £98.36 @ WD Store

Stu C Avatar
2y, 4w agoFound 2 years, 4 weeks ago
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WD Recertified
- WD Recertified drives have the same quality you would expect from all WD products.
- Tested and determined to meet WD's stringent quality standards
- Returned to like-new condition
- 6 month limited warranty
- WD recertified products may consist of customer return units and may be repaired. Recertified products may have minor cosmetic blemishes that do not impact their performance.
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Stu C Avatar
2y, 4w agoFound 2 years, 4 weeks ago
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#1
recertified - is that a new way of saying reconditioned? not that it would bother me, but wondered.
[HUKD Deal Editor]#2
bluetba
recertified - is that a new way of saying reconditioned? not that it would bother me, but wondered.

http://drh.img.digitalriver.com/DRHM/Storefront/Site/wdus/cm/images/en_US/WDRecertified_banner_900x250.jpg
#3
bluetba
recertified - is that a new way of saying reconditioned? not that it would bother me, but wondered.

Yes - I've given the full description up top. This is £120 on Amazon, so this deal is a £20 saving. People will have differing opinions on recertified drives... 6 month warranty vs 12 months, but in my experience hard drives either die in the first month or last more than a year, so IMHO this is a valid option.
#4
2 years when bought new..
#5
Stu C
but in my experience hard drives either die in the first month or last more than a year, so IMHO this is a valid option.

Agreed, I find that as well, so that wouldn't put me off - do you know if it monitors the smart status?
#6
Most returns nowadays are defective disks in warranty period perhaps dropped etc .. These are probably a mixture of WD putting new hard drives in some and marking bad sectors inactive in others ... So it's pot luck what you get backed by a pathetic 6 months warranty which should tell people not to use these drives to store or backup for anything important or not backup elsewhere
#7
Have one of these, nice piece of kit... backup from my PC to it via gigabit ethernet at approx 85MB/s, mostly use it as a media server and to backup important files that I have elsewhere too but may need to distibute and this makes it much easier, can access my files from anywhere. That said, I would pay the £20 more for the 2 year warranty (as I did), at least that way you know you're covered for 2 years in the event of a failure.
#8
Yes good kit, but should be cheaper with the poor warranty - wait a week or so and you'll find a new one at this price...

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