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Western Digital Elements 1.5TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive - £54.99 + £6.80P&P @ Pixmania

£54.99 @ Pixmania
http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/4115743/art/western-digital/wd-elements-desktop-1-5-t.html?srcid=369 Western Digital 1.5TB Hard Drive for £54.99! P&P is £6.80 which bums the price up a little but… Read More
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/4115743/art/western-digital/wd-elements-desktop-1-5-t.html?srcid=369

Western Digital 1.5TB Hard Drive for £54.99! P&P is £6.80 which bums the price up a little but nonetheless is still a great price. Maybe we have a free P&P Code kicking about?

£61.79 including Delivery. :)
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banned#1
Its a good deal without the Postage, with the postage added its still a good deal, but it does dampen it a little because I've seen deals for 2 TB around £70, would be easier just get the extra 500gb for an extra £10

However if there are some codes for money off, it would be a very good deal

Heat added however, because its such a good find :)

Edited By: Stelious on Jan 02, 2011 01:50
#2
Not a bad price, but including delivery rather opt for the 2TB version which is available for under £75 including delivery. :{
#3
Last time I bought a harddrive from Pixmania, they pocketed the cash and never sent the drive. I had zero comeback, since they're based in France, making them immune to civilised-world law. Voting cold because of that.
#4
Dont buy from this company.

"Always in stock" rubbish. So much hassle its unbelievable. The Internet is plagued with issues from this god awful company. Yeah there are a few who may have had a good experience, but otherwise they are just liars who feed constant rubbish because they are incapable of doing a job properly.

Good find, dont buy it from these though
#5
I ordered a TV a couple of days ago as it was in stock according to their website, they took my £500 and now my order is "Temporarily out of stock" e-mailed them and aparently, they are getting stock on the 2nd January 2011 and still no news yet.
Avoid, a punch of w&%k"$!
#6
Dxx you serious with any of that post? First it is Christmas and still out for delivery? Second how did you pay, third why am I discussing you daft post?....
#7
Well its certainly made me think twice about ever starting to use them! thumbs up
#8
dxx
Last time I bought a harddrive from Pixmania, they pocketed the cash and never sent the drive. I had zero comeback, since they're based in France, making them immune to civilised-world law. Voting cold because of that.


should be covered under credit card insurance - I was ripped off when ordering from abroad and just submitted a claim - bank refunded the money within 3 days :)
#9
I'd bought this exact drive off Pixmania a couple of months ago with no problems, however as it's a european model they do send a plug adapter which isn't fantastic.

Toonarmani - credit cards are covered only for purchases over £100 under the consumer credit act but card companies may give extra cover.
#10
bargainhunter666
Dxx you serious with any of that post? First it is Christmas and still out for delivery? Second how did you pay, third why am I discussing you daft post?....


Am I serious? Really? Why would I want to make something like that up? Yes, entirely serious, no, it;s not out for delivery and never was because Pixmania never even had the drive in stock (despite what their website said - a common scam they pull), I paid by debit card, and you're considering my post "daft" because, to be blunt,I think you're mad. And probably too trusting of the French and of a DSGI company for your own good.


toonarmani
dxx
Last time I bought a harddrive from Pixmania, they pocketed the cash and never sent the drive. I had zero comeback, since they're based in France, making them immune to civilised-world law. Voting cold because of that.


should be covered under credit card insurance - I was ripped off when ordering from abroad and just submitted a claim - bank refunded the money within 3 days :)


Unfortunately, I paid by debit card, so it's £72 I've no way to reclaim.
#11
dxx
bargainhunter666
Dxx you serious with any of that post? First it is Christmas and still out for delivery? Second how did you pay, third why am I discussing you daft post?....
Am I serious? Really? Why would I want to make something like that up? Yes, entirely serious, no, it;s not out for delivery and never was because Pixmania never even had the drive in stock (despite what their website said - a common scam they pull), I paid by debit card, and you're considering my post "daft" because, to be blunt,I think you're mad. And probably too trusting of the French and of a DSGI company for your own good.
toonarmani
dxx
Last time I bought a harddrive from Pixmania, they pocketed the cash and never sent the drive. I had zero comeback, since they're based in France, making them immune to civilised-world law. Voting cold because of that.
should be covered under credit card insurance - I was ripped off when ordering from abroad and just submitted a claim - bank refunded the money within 3 days :)
Unfortunately, I paid by debit card, so it's £72 I've no way to reclaim.
Good grief, you have confirmed that you are saying Pixmania has stolen your money.... Seriously don't use the internet if you are that soft. Have you even tried to get your money? You are talking nonsenses just like your brand attack of hard drives on another thread! For some reason you think if it happens to you then it will happen to everyone - bizarre thinking.
#12
bargainhunter666
dxx
bargainhunter666
Dxx you serious with any of that post? First it is Christmas and still out for delivery? Second how did you pay, third why am I discussing you daft post?....
Am I serious? Really? Why would I want to make something like that up? Yes, entirely serious, no, it;s not out for delivery and never was because Pixmania never even had the drive in stock (despite what their website said - a common scam they pull), I paid by debit card, and you're considering my post "daft" because, to be blunt,I think you're mad. And probably too trusting of the French and of a DSGI company for your own good.
toonarmani
dxx
Last time I bought a harddrive from Pixmania, they pocketed the cash and never sent the drive. I had zero comeback, since they're based in France, making them immune to civilised-world law. Voting cold because of that.
should be covered under credit card insurance - I was ripped off when ordering from abroad and just submitted a claim - bank refunded the money within 3 days :)
Unfortunately, I paid by debit card, so it's £72 I've no way to reclaim.

Good grief, you have confirmed that you are saying Pixmania has stolen your money.... Seriously don't use the internet if you are that soft. Have you even tried to get your money? You are talking nonsenses just like your brand attack of hard drives on another thread! For some reason you think if it happens to you then it will happen to everyone - bizarre thinking.


Whut?

Yes, of course I tried to reclaim my money. I sent a lot of emails to them, but there was nothing I could do beyond asking them because they, being as how they're based in France, are immune to UK law.

Talking nonsense, how? It's a factual recount of something that happened. Likewise what I said about Seagate in the other thread. Nice stalking, btw. Feel free to look up the recent Seagate issues with firmware and click death.

I have at no point suggested that something that happened to me will happen to everyone.

A pattern I've noticed with your posts is that you make a lot of presumptions and disbelieve a lot of things that clash with your presumptions. This is usually a pretty solid giveaway of a dullard. I think you should put me on Ignore now, you don't appear to be bright enough to understand my posts.

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