Inateck USB 3.0 to SATA 2-Bay Hard Drive Docking Station +Offline Copy - £26.39 @ Sold by Inateck and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lightning Deal)
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Inateck USB 3.0 to SATA 2-Bay Hard Drive Docking Station +Offline Copy - £26.39 @ Sold by Inateck and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lightning Deal)

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Found 12th JanEdited by:"CRTC"
Currently on a lightening deal price of £26.39 versus usual price of £32-£35
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HDD/SSD Off-line Duplicator
When cloning a hard drive, no PC is required - just plug both hard drives, press "Copy" button for several seconds until the LED will start flashing and the cloning process will begin. Progress indicator with LED: 25% - 50% - 75% - 100%.

Support UASP and SATA 6Gbps Available - The UASP Transfer Protocol only can accelerate read and write speed of SSD hard disk
High-class chipset ASM1156, enhanced with UASP Transfer Protocol,this dock lets you get the most out of the fastest drive technologies such as SATA III (6 Gbps) with performance up to 70% faster than conventional USB 3.0 when paired with a UASP-enabled host controller.

Features
- Support offline clone, no drivers needed, and easy installation
- Support 2x 8TB hard drive; Supports 2.5" & 3.5" SATA (SATA I/ II/ III) HDD and SSD
- Equipped with USB3.0; Support SATA III (6 Gbps) and UASP for optimal performance; Backward compatible with USB 2.0 /1.1
- Compatible Systems: Windows 2000/ XP/Vista/ 7/ 8, Mac OS 9.1/10.8.4 or above
- On/Off power switch; LED light indicates Power and Activity status; Entering sleep mode without operation in 30 minutes

Attention
- The target disk must be larger than the source disk.
- Please backup files in target hard drive before cloning. Any files in target hard drive will be overwritten when offline clone works.
- Please make sure that there aren't any bad sectors on the drives in use, as to avoid data transfer errors, overheating and damage to the station.
- When one drive is working in the docking station, please do not remove the other one or insert a new one until it's finished in case of data loss. Please power off the docking station before removing.

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Bought one of these on AE for maybe £5-10 like 5-6 years ago and its still going strong.... this is a ridiculous price for a piece of heavy plastic with some chips in it.
Original Poster
You bought a USB 3.0 docking station with dual slots for £5-10 five years ago?

Please let me know what make and model you bought as I've been making use of old USB 2.0 to IDE/SATA adaptors for at least the last few years.
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AndyRoyd4 m ago

Seems offensive to suggest people mug themselves by Amazon lightning deal …Seems offensive to suggest people mug themselves by Amazon lightning deal marketing methodology when a clone (sic) of the same item can be had any day of the week at a cheaper price https://www.amazon.co.uk/Excelvan-Docking-Function-Including-External/dp/B0781H23QK/


People are free to make their own mind. I've been watching this item for around a year and I was waiting for it to drop to below £30. I wasn't actually aware of the device you linked to and you may want to post it yourself as a deal.
CRTC5 m ago

People are free to make their own mind. I've been watching this item for …People are free to make their own mind. I've been watching this item for around a year and I was waiting for it to drop to below £30. I wasn't actually aware of the device you linked to and you may want to post it yourself as a deal.


Nah, it's a standard price so not really worthy of "deal" status, but feel free to post yourself to counter the questionable methodolgy behind Amazon's marketing strategy.
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AndyRoyd4 m ago

Nah, it's a standard price so not really worthy of "deal" status, but feel …Nah, it's a standard price so not really worthy of "deal" status, but feel free to post yourself to counter the questionable methodolgy behind Amazon's marketing strategy.

Usual price you say? Thanks for the info - no point in me posting it either. This item has had a price drop which makes it a deal.
CRTC13 m ago

Usual price you say? Thanks for the info - no point in me posting it …Usual price you say? Thanks for the info - no point in me posting it either. This item has had a price drop which makes it a deal.

Somebody please find me the gif / image showing a standard-priced item not selling, but hoards of shoppers fighting to buy the same item at the same price but marked down from a higher price. Thanks.
There are a number of derivatives of this device floating around out there and this is the cheapest I've seen, as someone who recently bought a similar one for £30, hot.
umirza851 h, 7 m ago

Bought one of these on AE for maybe £5-10 like 5-6 years ago and its still …Bought one of these on AE for maybe £5-10 like 5-6 years ago and its still going strong.... this is a ridiculous price for a piece of heavy plastic with some chips in it.



It's got some flashing lights on it too.
AndyRoyd2 h, 0 m ago

Somebody please find me the gif / image showing a standard-priced item not …Somebody please find me the gif / image showing a standard-priced item not selling, but hoards of shoppers fighting to buy the same item at the same price but marked down from a higher price. Thanks.


@AndyRoyd how many you bought then
Edited by: "Shauny_uk" 12th Jan
Shauny_uk3 m ago

@AndyRoyd how many you brought then


I haven't "brought" anything to the party, except potentially some marketing awareness.
I bought this for 5 quid more a couple of months back. absolute must have for anyone that clones disks on any sort of regular basis.
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