My Passport Ultra 4TB £47.99 @ WD
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My Passport Ultra 4TB £47.99 @ WD

£47.99£139.9966%Western Digital Deals
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Found 23rd Jul
ULTRA-FAST TRANSFER RATES

When connected to a USB 3.0 port, My Passport Ultra lets you access and save files in blazing speed. Reduce transfer time by up to 3 times when compared to USB 2.0 transfer rates.

LOCAL AND CLOUD BACKUP

WD SmartWare Pro automatic backup software lets you chose when and where you back up your files.

Choose scheduled backup to back up files on the schedule that works best for you.
Choose file or folder backup if that is your preference.
Use your Dropbox account to back up your files to the cloud.
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Unfortunately OOS.
Not been in stock for a while
£47.99 for 4TB scorching hot. Is it worth punt going for re-certified hard drive??
fame4 m ago

£47.99 for 4TB scorching hot. Is it worth punt going for re-certified hard …£47.99 for 4TB scorching hot. Is it worth punt going for re-certified hard drive??


I've had one running into a media player for the last 6 weeks, no problems so far. . .
great price if you can get it. I think mine was £65 for the refurb
Been waiting for over 2 months to receive the notification of back in stock email.
It never comes.....
Missed it
ukez2 m ago

Missed it


Don't think it was available. Just an error by the OP.
fame1 h, 55 m ago

£47.99 for 4TB scorching hot. Is it worth punt going for re-certified hard …£47.99 for 4TB scorching hot. Is it worth punt going for re-certified hard drive??


Nope. People who buy them deserve to lose their data when it inevitably goes kaput. It's re-certified for a reason, i.e already broken once before!
I would trust it as a second backup of a backup drive
BluesFanUK2 h, 13 m ago

Nope. People who buy them deserve to lose their data when it inevitably …Nope. People who buy them deserve to lose their data when it inevitably goes kaput. It's re-certified for a reason, i.e already broken once before!


Only two types of HDD

Recertified drives are fine for non valuable data, as are normal drives that aren't part of a backup scenario.

Use the 321 strategy and all will be well
yeh no hard drive should be trusted, even hsgt (not that ive had one of those fail yet)
So recertified or not important data should be backed up.
With the correct level of redundancy an individual drives reliability is irrelevent.
2TB Brilliant White is back in stock
pet200023rd Jul

I would trust it as a second backup of a backup drive


Indeed why is this an issue, I have 2 recert drives mirrored against each other, then I'd one fails I get another drive and recopy the files. If you are mirroring them anyway you can save money
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