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Western Digital My Cloud 4TB (recertified) £79.99 @ Western Digital

£79.99 @ Western Digital
Finally, a cloud of your own - Save everything in one place and access it from anywhere with your PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet. Protect your files with automatic file backup for all your computers. A… Read More
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Finally, a cloud of your own - Save everything in one place and access it from anywhere with your PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet. Protect your files with automatic file backup for all your computers. And with direct file uploads from your mobile devices, all your important data is safely stored on your personal cloud.

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http://store.wdc.com/store/wdeu/en_GB/DisplayAccesoryProductDetailsPage/ThemeID.563961000/WD_Outlet/My_Cloud_4TB_Recertified/productID.310174000/categoryId.69923100
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#1
good price for 4tb
#2
Link takes you through to a 3TB device?
#4
Excellent. Just ordered and voted hot.

Watching this one alot - its normally £104.99. They still have the 3Tb for £84.99 which you are accidentally linking to. Correct url should be:
http://store.wdc.com/store/wdeu/en_GB/DisplayAccesoryProductDetailsPage/ThemeID.563961000/WD_Outlet/My_Cloud_4TB_Recertified/productID.310174000/categoryId.69923100
#5
I suspect it might even be a misprice as the 4TB My Book without the cloud features is £77.99 though all the recertified prices are due to go down given some of the deals lately
3 Likes #6
Wouldn't risk reanimated hard drive to save a few quid. Still good price. My porn collection is worth more :{
1 Like #7
Nothing worse than worn porn ;)
1 Like #8
cburns
Nothing worse than worn porn ;)

There is mate, worn porn that will break again which this drive already has and been returned. cheap for a reason
#9
Would it be a red inside ?
1 Like #10
Bargain. Well worth picking up at this price. I have a refurbished one of these for over a year now and it's great.
#11
I came on here to check nobody else had posted after I spotted this on the WD site. Bizarrely its cheaper than the 3TB re certified version and only £15 more than the 2TB. I probably wouldn't use it for sole storage but as a backup and media server for the home network it seems great value.
#12
wakkaday
Would it be a red inside ?

It appears so...

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#13
whats the write speed on these?
#14
anyone know the write speed?
#15
wakkaday
anyone know the write speed?


i get 100megabytes per second on mine. It may do more but my hardware is limited to gigabit bandwidth.
#16
very nice - couldn't resist; thanks, OP :)

Edited By: tornado5528 on Aug 05, 2016 15:30
#17
Wow that's good . I have issues with my current nas maxing at 12mb ish
#18
I had the Seagate equivalent which failed after about 8 months. Maplin replaced it with this, and have to say that so far I can't fault it...
#19
Good deal but I've gotta hold out for 5 or preferably 6 TB otherwise I will be buying more HDDs in 12 months times!
#20
wakkaday
Wow that's good . I have issues with my current nas maxing at 12mb ish


a bios update should do the trick
#21
All gone by the looks of it.
1 Like #22
Out Of Stock
Notify me when back in stock
#23
SuperMariosDad
wakkaday
anyone know the write speed?
i get 100megabytes per second on mine. It may do more but my hardware is limited to gigabit bandwidth.
100 megabytes per second over the network.....really? that is amazing some decent NAS's would struggle making that!
#24
oos
#25
Recertified=previously faulty used drives inside that were repaired.
#26
don1thedon
Good deal but I've gotta hold out for 5 or preferably 6 TB otherwise I will be buying more HDDs in 12 months times!


I decided the same
1 Like #27
£20/TB seems to be the magic number right now, but not for recertified. That brand new 3TB Toshiba @ Argos (£65 but with £5 voucher) was the best deal of late.
#28
Bought a 2TB re-certified drive last month from a deal posted on here for about £45.
Delivered promptly and packaged as if brand new with sticky plastic covers on a brand new case containing the drive.
First time I used it it kept dropping the connection to my pc.
Ran WD lifeguard tools and it reported 'too many bad sectors'.
Had to raise an RMA but to be fair it went without a hitch but decided against another.
In saying that, I'm having to chase them for a refund despite sending my drive back early last week.
1 Like #29
I have 2 x 2tb portable drives for xbox 360 and xbox one and 2 x 4tb my clouds for plex media and 2 x 4tb my books as back up and another 2 x 2tb my books as backup for my synology nas which are all recertified from wd store and all work flawlessly. there are many a Easton for them to be resertified for example a customer returns one back to tesco after opening it and deciding they dont like it. tesco can not resell it as new because it's been used, therefore it goes back to wd and they sell it on as recertified. recertified does not necessarily mean it's a repair job.
#30
good price however atrocious customer service took almost more than 2 months to refund a dishonerd discount code over charged me despite the invoice stating the correct value ,finally refunded after sending a letter before action then sent me another 20% off code afterwards as in the way of an apology , which of course didn't work !!! never again
#31
Mine arrived today. No instruction in box and a small piece of plastic floating about within the drive's casing. Some detailed testing will need to follow now.
1 Like #32
Aiadi
Mine arrived today. No instruction in box and a small piece of plastic floating about within the drive's casing. Some detailed testing will need to follow now.


Mine arrived yesterday. Installed firmware update and tried a diagnostic via the utilities menu... Hung at 90%. Goggled and it appears a common issue. I did a reset (the 2nd option of of the 3 reset options in the utilities) and now it completes the diagnostic fine.

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