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500GB Freecom 2.5" Mobile-portable USB2 powered 5400rpm [£58.64 @ Scan - Today only deals] + delivery or free with avforums**/hexus
500GB Freecom 2.5" Mobile-portable USB2 powered 5400rpm [£58.64 @ Scan - Today only deals] + delivery or free with avforums**/hexus

500GB Freecom 2.5" Mobile-portable USB2 powered 5400rpm [£58.64 @ Scan - Today only deals] + delivery or free with avforums**/hexus

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This is available as a today only offer - on the home page click the today only icon and it's three quaters of the way down under "External Hard Drives - Slim Sized". Simply add to basket and on checkout, it will be at the today only price. If you view the product page for it the wrong price will be displayed. Otherwise it's £63.87 which is still a bargain as ebuyer has sold out.

To get free delivery at Scan (**spend over £75 ex vat), visit this link, sign up to their forums and post away...

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After you've registered and made some posts, you might need to visit that link again and follow instructions to activate free shipping at Scan.

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To get it at this price us the free delivery for Hexus forum members:
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500GB Freecom 31300 2.5" Mobile USB 2.0, 5400 rpm, 8MB Cache, 12 ms, Bus Powered
1 year manufacturers warranty and unlimited helpdesksuppo
Product number - LN23595

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Or alternatively a 2.5 inch 500gb Medion branded (unsure of what drive is inside) currently being sold in my local (Ilkeston) Aldi for £54.99 with 3 year warranty. Link - aldi.co.uk/uk/…htm

not sure whether this ACTUAL model is the cheapest it can be had for...

But in my opinion is a waste of time when you can get double the space with a 1TB for less than £10 more and also spins faster at 7,200rpm

currys.co.uk/mar…id=

DannyB the model you posted is for a 3.5 inch external drive whereas this post is for a way more portable USB powered hard disk. Suppose it depends on what peoples portability requirements are.

avforums...to qualify for free delivery, there is a minimum order value of £75 excluding VAT. :whistling:

Every post about a 2.5" drive leads to at least one idiot stating that s/he has found a cheaper 3.5". Wake up and smell the coffee. Indeed a Ford Fiesta is cheaper than than a Ford Galaxy but just because they are both Fords doesn´t mean they are the same...

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Boogie83e;7375352

avforums...to qualify for free delivery, there is a minimum order value … avforums...to qualify for free delivery, there is a minimum order value of £75 excluding VAT. :whistling:



Well I always remember it being over £25, must have changed within the last couple of months then. I guess to many idiots were taking the p*** and scan must have got quite feed-up :whistling:

Thread title has been amended accordingly!

PS - I bought the hitachi portable 500gb from tesco for £60.

That is not cheap because most ppl have to pay postage on top. Currys charges £56 for the Iomega 2.5/500 Prestige.

Average price, unfortunately Freecom drives have a tendency to draw more than 500mA and may require a USB Y cable to negate the extra power draw. A disclaimer is on the box in the usual extra small writing and you can claim a free psu phoning support.
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