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Seagate Expansion 2TB Desktop USB 3.0 Hard Drive £59.99 @ Argos
Seagate Expansion 2TB Desktop USB 3.0 Hard Drive £59.99 @ Argos

Seagate Expansion 2TB Desktop USB 3.0 Hard Drive £59.99 @ Argos

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20% off.

With free delivery also.

Maybe not the absolute cheapest but most people prefer or have access to an Argos store.

Before you vote cold please note that this can be used without issue on the Xbox One to expand your storage.

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£56.99 at Amazon.

Original Poster

Maybe read this part of post?

Maybe not the absolute cheapest but most people prefer or have access to an Argos store.

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SouthParkFan

Maybe read this part of post?Maybe not the absolute cheapest but most … Maybe read this part of post?Maybe not the absolute cheapest but most people prefer or have access to an Argos store.



I read that part of the post, Now tell me how a dearer priced item is a deal because you like Argos?

It's not HotUKLocations, Which incidentaly Amazon can reach most locations.

Absolutely cold.

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£56.99 - eBuyer

Not to mention the 99p cheaper at Currys

Standard pricing with 2 cheaper delivered alternatives.

Original Poster

Did you get out of bed the wrong side?

Not everyone wants to buy online all the time.

I have an argos near where I work so why would I order online just to save £3?

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In fact it's £58.97 delivered from Dabs
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 24th Jun 2014

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SouthParkFan

Did you get out of bed the wrong side?Not everyone wants to buy online … Did you get out of bed the wrong side?Not everyone wants to buy online all the time.I have an argos near where I work so why would I order online just to save £3?



I didn't get out of bed the wrong side, This is a typical example of a product that will go hot even though it is the highest priced item, I have given 5 alternatives (if you include PC World) to this product cheaper, I'm sorry but this is not a deal.

I'm voting hot, despite the negative comments, because I can understand why this could be useful information for some people.

Fair enough, you might be able to get it a little cheaper elsewhere, but not everyone has/wants a credit/debit card, whereas they can walk in with their cash into an Argos. Not to mention that Argos gift vouchers are often given as birthday presents, or whatever, so why spend online to save a couple of quid if you already have a voucher that you can use.

Feel free to pick holes in my arguments; I just find this site to be pretty depressing when people shoot down OPs who are just trying to alert others to deals that they may find useful.

At £20-£22 more might as well get a porable one.
Powered extenral drives are just clunky masses of junk

They are not negative comments. he/she is just pointing out that its cheaper elsewhere. isn't that the point of this site?

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superfan

I'm voting hot, despite the negative comments, because I can understand … I'm voting hot, despite the negative comments, because I can understand why this could be useful information for some people.Fair enough, you might be able to get it a little cheaper elsewhere, but not everyone has/wants a credit/debit card, whereas they can walk in with their cash into an Argos. Not to mention that Argos gift vouchers are often given as birthday presents, or whatever, so why spend online to save a couple of quid if you already have a voucher that you can use.Feel free to pick holes in my arguments; I just find this site to be pretty depressing when people shoot down OPs who are just trying to alert others to deals that they may find useful.



I couldn't have said it better myself, thankyou.

£3 cheaper elsewhere...wow...if it was £10 or more cheaper then I'd agree but for £3 cheaper that ain't worth even commenting on.

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tangodelta

£3 cheaper elsewhere...wow...if it was £10 or more cheaper then I'd agree … £3 cheaper elsewhere...wow...if it was £10 or more cheaper then I'd agree but for £3 cheaper that ain't worth even commenting on.



Not just £3 cheaper elsewhere, At 5 other different locations, Which pulls this the furthest away from a deal it possibly could be.

Are we here to find the cheapest deal or the OP's preferred preference for purchase?

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superfan

I'm voting hot, despite the negative comments, because I can understand … I'm voting hot, despite the negative comments, because I can understand why this could be useful information for some people.Fair enough, you might be able to get it a little cheaper elsewhere, but not everyone has/wants a credit/debit card, whereas they can walk in with their cash into an Argos. Not to mention that Argos gift vouchers are often given as birthday presents, or whatever, so why spend online to save a couple of quid if you already have a voucher that you can use.Feel free to pick holes in my arguments; I just find this site to be pretty depressing when people shoot down OPs who are just trying to alert others to deals that they may find useful.



Now that is scraping the barrel, So we are now posting deals based on lack of credit/debit card ownership and/or whether we were given gift vouchers for our birthdays?

Ridiculous.

BuzzDuraband

I read that part of the post, Now tell me how a dearer priced item is a … I read that part of the post, Now tell me how a dearer priced item is a deal because you like Argos?It's not HotUKLocations, Which incidentaly Amazon can reach most locations.Absolutely cold.


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BuzzDuraband

Now that is scraping the barrel, So we are now posting deals based on … Now that is scraping the barrel, So we are now posting deals based on lack of credit/debit card ownership and/or whether we were given gift vouchers for our birthdays?Ridiculous.



Nope, we're not posting deals based on that; but we're hopefully not ridiculing deals that may have value to some people who visit the site.

hot, i rather pay £3 more and have money back returns rather than buying online and going thru the refund procedure and sending the item back, thru the post or otherwise. Argos is so much easier

Been looking at one of these for the xbox one. Thanks for clarifying that.

BuzzDuraband

£56.99 at Amazon.


Amazon now £57.99.

BuzzDuraband

£56.99 - eBuyerNot to mention the 99p cheaper at CurrysStandard pricing … £56.99 - eBuyerNot to mention the 99p cheaper at CurrysStandard pricing with 2 cheaper delivered alternatives.


eBuyer now £59.99.

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frankton

eBuyer now £59.99.



OK......and the other four? (_;)

Hot for me as got 5 per cent cashback at argos too through Halifax!

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martinjayandben

Hot for me as got 5 per cent cashback at argos too through Halifax!



Good point also.

Hot from me - convenient and you can collect/ spend nectar points too.

I've yet to see anyone mention the convenience of popping into Argos if you have one near so that you don't miss the post and end up having to go to the sorting office to collect if buying on Mail Order.
And Argos might even be paying some Corp tax to prop up the NHS etc but that's another argument
That'll probably cost you more than the £3 in petrol & time.
Heat given!

robo989

At £20-£22 more might as well get a porable one.Powered extenral drives a … At £20-£22 more might as well get a porable one.Powered extenral drives are just clunky masses of junk



ive had quiet a few, I think the way to keep them healthy is to move them as little as possible. well it works for me.

It's a tuff one. I understand why people get a bit wound up over deals that aren't technically the cheapest. But at the same time I appreciate knowing it's only a few quid more and I can have it RIGHT NOW. It's just a drive away, rather than ordering online and waiting several days.

There should be a HUKD 'IN-STORE' section and a HUKD 'ONLINE' section to avoid these unnecessary arguments.

If it was a penny with a free car and nine polar bears! it would be be still voted cold by some people on here. Ok yes i know its not 3d or compatable with a c5, but get a life you sad gits.

InAFalsetto

It's a tuff one. I understand why people get a bit wound up over deals … It's a tuff one. I understand why people get a bit wound up over deals that aren't technically the cheapest. But at the same time I appreciate knowing it's only a few quid more and I can have it RIGHT NOW. It's just a drive away, rather than ordering online and waiting several days.There should be a HUKD 'IN-STORE' section and a HUKD 'ONLINE' section to avoid these unnecessary arguments.




There is, sort of.

http://i.imgur.com/RT3ZgGK.png

Edited by: "dontasciime" 25th Jun 2014

A lot of negativity ITT.

Voted hot anyway, thanks for sharing SouthParkFan.

#ignores the handbags at dawn posts#

The question is 'is there a sata hard drive in there that I can remove and install in my pc?

voted hot as can be collected same day. ..

£37.50 at my local Tesco...

...but that was via a yellow reduction sticker so I didn't bother posting

BuzzDuraband

I didn't get out of bed the wrong side, This is a typical example of a … I didn't get out of bed the wrong side, This is a typical example of a product that will go hot even though it is the highest priced item, I have given 5 alternatives (if you include PC World) to this product cheaper, I'm sorry but this is not a deal.

For the benefit of anybody who doesn't speak the pidgin dialect "BuzzDurabese", the phrase "this is not a deal" can be roughly translated into the English form "this is not the cheapest deal".

Banned

Good value

It is not a deal if it is available cheaper elsewhere particularly amazon.

_taurus_

Be careful this hard drive on firmware SD15 have bugs and few problems … Be careful this hard drive on firmware SD15 have bugs and few problems with start stop and access to data on hard drive...confirming examples:http://www.geek.com/chips/seagate-expansion-hard-drives-dying-after-loud-clicking-sound-952952/http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/352816/seagate-hard-disks-suffer-from-click-of-deathhttp://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/252416-32-seagate-barracuda-st31500541as-loud-random-clicking-noisehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgPTFomB9bM





By Barry Collins
Posted on 27 Oct 2009 at 11:22

Selected models of Seagate’s Expansion external hard disks are suffering from the dreaded “click of death”, according to disgruntled customers on the company's forums.
The issue appears to be affecting the 1TB and 1.5TB models of the Seagate Expansion External Desktop USB 2.0 Hard Drive. Numerous customers are reporting the drives make a loud clicking noise before failing.




Edited by: "dontasciime" 25th Jun 2014

Good find and excellent price, but I have bad experiences with Seagates drives, not the most reliable out there!
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