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Samsung 860 QVO 1TB 2.5” SATA 3D V-Nand SSD/Solid State Drive + FREE GAME £95.47 delivered at Scan
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Samsung 860 QVO 1TB 2.5” SATA 3D V-Nand SSD/Solid State Drive + FREE GAME £95.47 delivered at Scan

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Posted 19th Jan

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A reliable samsung SSD plus 1 free copy of selected Ubisoft game.

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Currently 82.99 on buzz retail.
You can also get the 860 EVO for 86 on IT delivered
dippdopp19/01/2020 14:27

Currently 82.99 on buzz retail.



Good find! but not too sure about the retailer in term of buyer protection policy. If so would be a great deal for anyone not wanting the game and trust the retailer.
Okpanda19/01/2020 14:32

Good find! but not too sure about the retailer in term of buyer protection …Good find! but not too sure about the retailer in term of buyer protection policy. If so would be a great deal for anyone not wanting the game and trust the retailer.


They have great trust pilot scores....and you have never dealt with Scan it would seem.lol
Okpanda19/01/2020 14:32

Good find! but not too sure about the retailer in term of buyer protection …Good find! but not too sure about the retailer in term of buyer protection policy. If so would be a great deal for anyone not wanting the game and trust the retailer.


Looking at the review of the site I wouldnt trust them, suspicious positive reviews from accounts with just 1 review, lots of genuine users posting very negative comments to the point of accusing them of fraud and attempting to steal account information.
dippdopp19/01/2020 14:38

They have great trust pilot scores....and you have never dealt with Scan …They have great trust pilot scores....and you have never dealt with Scan it would seem.lol


I looked at their Trustpilot, lots of reviews from users with only 1 review, throws up red flags for me.
dippdopp19/01/2020 14:30

You can also get the 860 EVO for 86 on IT delivered


What retailer is IT? Never heard of it.
Scan is a legit website and I have bought a fair bit from them including expensive PC parts
gr8h8me19/01/2020 15:29

Scan is a legit website and I have bought a fair bit from them including …Scan is a legit website and I have bought a fair bit from them including expensive PC parts


Yeah me too, we are talking about Buzz Retail.
A801219/01/2020 16:11

£89.99 at Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07KSHCG3R


No free game though
Scan is most definitely a legit retailer. They have a store here in the North West and the staff are just nerds like the rest of us.
Scan are legit. Bit better than eBuyer. Used to be the goto for overclockers.
Isn't the QVO (going by some reviews) the less reliable drive to go for SSD-wise in the long term? It seems like they are cheaper but for a reason with less warranty too.
encaser19/01/2020 19:09

Isn't the QVO (going by some reviews) the less reliable drive to go for …Isn't the QVO (going by some reviews) the less reliable drive to go for SSD-wise in the long term? It seems like they are cheaper but for a reason with less warranty too.


Technically yes, it has less of a life span but not really less reliable, with SSDs it completely depends on how much you plan on writing to it.

You can look up the total predicted amount of data to be written to the drive online but it’s more then enough for the average user to last many more years then a HDD.
Defo not gonna pick Buzzinga over Scan or any other reliable retailer...
dippdopp19/01/2020 14:38

They have great trust pilot scores....and you have never dealt with Scan …They have great trust pilot scores....and you have never dealt with Scan it would seem.lol


Have used Scan for years, never had a problem. More of a PC builder's site
dippdopp19/01/2020 14:38

They have great trust pilot scores....and you have never dealt with Scan …They have great trust pilot scores....and you have never dealt with Scan it would seem.lol


I have purchased lots of stuff from scan over the years and they have been great until I had to return my 3xs system under warranty as the gpu failed, they messed me around and the guy at counter was rude, ended up leaving a bad review on trust pilot and they contacted me and ended up giving me £200 store credit, so at least they took responsibility for their mistakes so not too bad from me.
Edited by: "apple.picker" 20th Jan
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