Sandisk SSD Plus 240GB SATA III, £73.98 from Ebuyer
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Sandisk SSD Plus 240GB SATA III, £73.98 from Ebuyer

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Found 13th Nov
Free delivery. Also from Amazon, same price now.
  • Read Speed UpTo 530 MB/s
  • Write Speed UpTo 440 MB/s
  • Faster Boot-ups, Shutdowns, and App Response
  • Reliable, Fast and Plenty of Capacity
  • SATA 3.0 (6 Gb/s)

Top comments

robodan91859 m ago

wait for black friday


Black Friday is literally a curse for smaller retail businesses and maybe larger ones, no one will put deposits on things anymore they're waiting for Black Friday deals and they won't buy in the intermediate period leading up to Black Friday, it's one of the dumbest things the UK has copied from the USA.

wait for black friday
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wait for black friday

This is double the price is should be.....

But if you really need one now, then its a current good price

robodan91859 m ago

wait for black friday


Black Friday is literally a curse for smaller retail businesses and maybe larger ones, no one will put deposits on things anymore they're waiting for Black Friday deals and they won't buy in the intermediate period leading up to Black Friday, it's one of the dumbest things the UK has copied from the USA.

Amazing how these were only around £45 two years ago....I wonder just how much demand there is for then now though seeing as high end laptop come with one already, and the real low end ones have flash memory anyway.

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I got one of these from a hukd deal via amazon 2 years ago - £39.99 .
It died a month ago. amazon said they could refund , sandisk said they'd replace it .
No brainer at todays prices.

Same price at Amazon now.

fishmaster2 h, 26 m ago

Black Friday is literally a curse for smaller retail businesses and maybe …Black Friday is literally a curse for smaller retail businesses and maybe larger ones, no one will put deposits on things anymore they're waiting for Black Friday deals and they won't buy in the intermediate period leading up to Black Friday, it's one of the dumbest things the UK has copied from the USA.


if you feel bad for retailers you've never worked for one

robodan91848 m ago

if you feel bad for retailers you've never worked for one


You simply don't have a clue mate.

zzzz2 h, 8 m ago

I got one of these from a hukd deal via amazon 2 years ago - £39.99 . It …I got one of these from a hukd deal via amazon 2 years ago - £39.99 . It died a month ago. amazon said they could refund , sandisk said they'd replace it .No brainer at todays prices.



That's interesting - did you run the Sandisk dashboard frquently? Did it give you any warning of failure?

Mine is alos about 2 years old and health report says 94%

Dave_dave695 m ago

That's interesting - did you run the Sandisk dashboard frquently? Did it …That's interesting - did you run the Sandisk dashboard frquently? Did it give you any warning of failure?Mine is alos about 2 years old and health report says 94%


Didn't know it existed. Will be testing mine. Sometimes hash checking a torrented file before I move it to external storage reveals data has been lost.

Damn. Needs .NET

Meathotukdeals38 m ago

Didn't know it existed. Will be testing mine. Sometimes hash checking a …Didn't know it existed. Will be testing mine. Sometimes hash checking a torrented file before I move it to external storage reveals data has been lost.



I don't know if it would do any good in an unexpected/unexplained disk failure - but worth running now and again I suppose.

No idea how it will deal withyour torrent issues though.

I too did no checks at all.
Long story, 6 yr laptop stolen , recovered same day , laptop 4 weeks in police custody , battery dies, never started again.
It always used to start ok. Started to move data off - lasted 10 minutes.
Basically no previous warnings. I read at time sandisk below par , samsung above par.

Price are slowly, very slowly beginning to ease on SSDs as 3D NAND production cuts in as predicted. If you can wait then wait. As production ramps up they should continue to get cheaper until, at least, next summer. But they are unlikely to return to last year's sterling prices 'cos sterling was also sorta trashed. Thank you 51.8%.

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