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Samsung Story Station 2.0TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive - Now with Free Headphones - £69.59 @ Scan
Samsung Story Station 2.0TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive - Now with Free Headphones - £69.59 @ Scan

Samsung Story Station 2.0TB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive - Now with Free Headphones - £69.59 @ Scan

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Just spotted this, don't know why it hasn't been mentioned. Seems an ok price considering it costs over 80 quid on Amazon delivered.

This deal requires the sign-in through AV Forums for free delivery.
Remember to buy it in the Today Only Tab to get this price.

Now free headphones with orders over £20
scan.co.uk/pro…oem

Especially designed to dissipate heat while under operation, Samsung’s massive-capacity Story Station prevents heat build-up while performing data back-up. With an aluminium exterior cover and thoughtfully engineered ventilation system, this external hard drive always keeps its cool, which makes operation especially during continuous data back-up-uniquely safe, reliable and worry-free.


Brand: Samsung
Mfr Part Number: HX-DU020EB
Hard Drive Size: 2000 GB
Hard Disk Rotational Speed: 7200 rpm
Data Transfer Rate: 60

9 Comments

Tota l£74.38 inc del for non av forums members (like me)

sparky.shark

Tota l£74.38 inc del for non av forums members (like me)


Sign up to AV Forums then, it's free and I don't think the 15 to 20 posts rule is in force anymore.
Edited by: "anglo" 21st Apr 2011

anglo

Sign up to AV Forums then, it's free and I don't think the 15 to 20 posts … Sign up to AV Forums then, it's free and I don't think the 15 to 20 posts rule is in force anymore.


def worth signing up as -
You must have been a registered member of AVForums.com for at least 14 days
avforums.com/for…php
i signed up a while back but only used for the first time this week,
so i voted hot for this deal

jaykaymay

def worth signing up as -You must have been a registered member of … def worth signing up as -You must have been a registered member of AVForums.com for at least 14 dayshttp://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.phpi signed up a while back but only used for the first time this week,so i voted hot for this deal


Which means you cannot buy with free delivery for 14 days! Silly arrangement. The price is still £74.38 for ordinary folk.

Here is the same drive for a REAL price of £69.98 inclusive delivery.
hotukdeals.com/dea…113
Edited by: "pet2000" 21st Apr 2011

Pretty sure there are no restrictions on having to be signed up for a certain number of days/make a certain number of posts. I bought a hard drive from Scan last year, signed up to AV and got the free delivery straight away. So unless they've changed they're rules since then...

Edit: I'm pretty sure when I signed up it said the 14 day thing in the terms.
Edited by: "philmburn1989" 21st Apr 2011

E-buyer got it for £69.99 (free delivery)
ebuyer.com/pro…400

I posted one earlier that this, £69.98 with free delivery from box.co.uk

Original Poster

jeffe

I posted one earlier that this, £69.98 with free delivery from box.co.uk



Ok, but this is slightly cheaper.
Also, I am a big fan of Scan due to great delivery. Very quick and with text messages giving you a time slot of hour of delivery. Am sat here at the moment waiting for a DHL delivery when I want to be out in the sunshine!

It's just another option.

I'd have to go with Scan as well. Never had a problem, support is ace and as a bonus it's a 25 minute drive and free delivery if I can't get a lift. That's not to say other sellers are bad. I'm just happy with Scan and know them to be safe as houses.

Toting with the idea of getting a full system from them at the moment, but for the time being this 2TB of space will do just fine. Cheers!
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