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FS: 2x 2TB Wester Digital Caviar Green SATAII OEM Hard Drives (WD20EADS) £130.00

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7y, 1d agoPosted 7 years, 1 day agoFeedback:4 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi,

I have two unused 2TB Western Digital Caviar Green OEM Hard Drives for Sale (Model Number - WD20EADS).

The Caviar Greens are the "eco-friendly" line of Western Digital hard drives meaning that they run quieter and also consume less power than other similar drives.

Link to the HDD specs here - (http://overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=HD-263-WD)

Looking for £130 each (Including delivery) or £125 collected.

I know I've not posted here before but my ebay account is - mr_spoon_the_third - 162 Feedback - 100% positive.

Any questions please let me know.
Shipping/Payment:
I will send the drives by Royal Mail Special Delivery (Included in price) or they can be collected in person (I am in the Worthing area - West Sussex)

Am happy to accept paypal gift, bank transfer or cash on collection.
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7y, 1d agoPosted 7 years, 1 day agoFeedback:4 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Bump.... Anyone?
#2
do you have a receipt for them? Where did you get them?
#3
I brought them from a user on a forum similar to this and had them shipped from America, so unfortunately no, I don't have any receipt.

However, if you run the serial numbers through the Western Digital Warranty Services site it shows up that they have Warranties until December 2011. The only slight downside is that because they come from America it shows up as "Out of Region" on the UK site. I have checked this out and all it means is that in the event of an issue (I've never had a drive fail on me during the warranty period), the drive would need to be sent to the US site instead of the UK one - 99.9% sure the length of warranty is the same, although I am waiting on an email back from Western Digital to confirm that.

If it turns out the warranty is not valid, I will reduce the price, should know for certain in the next 24 hours.

I originally brought 4 of them to make a giant storage server, unfortunately things have come up and I need to get the money back as soon as possible.
#4
are you prepared to post 1st to established members ?
#5
Of course, I appreciate I'm new with no history, selling something reasonably high value.

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