Fractal Design Define Nano S PC Case (free delivery) - £51.99 @ Ebuyer
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Fractal Design Define Nano S PC Case (free delivery) - £51.99 @ Ebuyer

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Found 15th Nov 2016Made hot 15th Nov 2016
I posted this last month as it was available on Amazon for the same price: hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…292

If you missed that you can pick up this case from ebuyer priced at £51.99 (including free postage since it's over £50)

I bought it myself last month from Amazon as I've owned Fractal cases in the past and they are very high quality with many options for PC builders. This is the version without a window and includes sound dampening material on front, side panels and top.

Specifications
•ITX motherboard compatibility
•2 expansion slots
•2 - 3.5" HDD/2.5" SSD positions; 2 - 2.5" dedicated SSD unit positions (fits SSDs up to 13mm thick)
•6 - Fan positions (1 Fractal Design Dynamic GP14 140mm fan + 1 Fractal Design Dynamic GP-12 120mm fan included)
•Filtered fan slots in the front and bottom (ejects from the front of the case)
•CPU coolers up to 160mm in height
•ATX PSUs up to 160mm deep (shorter PSUs recommended for easier cable management)
•Graphics cards up to 315mm in length with front fans mounted (Cards wider than the dual slot bracket are not recommended)
•17 - 35mm of space for cable routing behind the motherboard plate
•Velcro straps included for easy cable management
•Both side panels and rear HDD/SSD brackets feature smart captive thumbscrews
•ModuVent™ on top of case for further silent computing or additional ventilation
•Colours available: Black
•Case dimensions (WxHxD): 203 x 330 x 400mm
•Case dimensions - wtih feet/protrusions/screws: 203 x 344 x 412mm
•Net weight: 4.6 kg
•Case volume: 26.80 litres
•Package dimensions (WxHxD): 275 x 485 x 420mm
•Package weight: 5.8 kg

8 Comments

Original Poster

windowed version available for £59.49 (no idea if it's cheaper elsewhere) ebuyer.com/756…k-w

I bought a Dell laser printer from Ebuyer a month ago, having bought several items in the past with no drama. Tripped the electrics on first use when powered on. Took them 3 weeks to agree a return authorisation (after 3 phone calls and several emails). They then said they could not replicate the fault and want to dock me a £10 collection fee before agreeing a refund - seriously avoid this company!

Original Poster

kevin1961

I bought a Dell laser printer from Ebuyer a month ago, having bought … I bought a Dell laser printer from Ebuyer a month ago, having bought several items in the past with no drama. Tripped the electrics on first use when powered on. Took them 3 weeks to agree a return authorisation (after 3 phone calls and several emails). They then said they could not replicate the fault and want to dock me a £10 collection fee before agreeing a refund - seriously avoid this company!


that doesn't sound like the best experience. Personally the only experience I've had with ebuyer customer service is when I ordered some RAM from them a couple of weeks ago. When it arrived I realised I'd bought the wrong stuff. I used their online return form and sent it back. It was accepted without question and I didn't have to speak with anybody. Got a full refund.
Edited by: "JC2MULTIPLAYER000" 15th Nov 2016

Been buying from them for years, just got a new tv...no problems at all

For itx and a similar design (but more compact imo) check out the antec isk600. Great case imo

Link goes to page where this case is priced as £63.99 - looks to me like deal has expired...

should be expired

plumberman56 I have also bought from them for years. This is the first time I have had a problem with one of the items they sell. It is only when things don't go well that you realise how good a company are or not.
It is a pity that in my case because the item I bought was for my daughter at University, I did not install it for 8 days. If it had been seven or less then I would still be fighting them and maybe they would have given in under DSR.
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