Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
Seagate 5TB Expansion External Portable Hard Drive - £84.99 delivered @ Amazon
346° Expired

Seagate 5TB Expansion External Portable Hard Drive - £84.99 delivered @ Amazon

17
Refreshed 21st Jan (Posted 18th Jan)Edited by:"merb0786"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Terabytes More Storage
Neatly organise and store all your files, without having to worry about running out of space.

Plug and Play
With no software to install, you'll find installation has never been easier. Just plug it in and go.

Fast File Transfers
Works with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 to deliver fast transfer speeds.

Storage to Go
Sometimes adding extra storage isn't enough; you may need to take your files with you. The Expansion Portable external drive is perfect to take on the go.

Ready to Use
With no software to install, the Expansion Portable drive is ready to use immediately. Simply attach the USB cable to your computer and you're ready to start sending files.

USB 3.0 and 2.0 Compatible
Works with USB 3.0 to provide ultra-fast transfer speeds as well as USB 2.0, so you don't have to worry about hardware compatibility issues.

3390600-4E35Y.jpg
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
africanspeed18/01/2020 00:09

Not SSD! Cold for me


In which reality would you expect a 5TB External SSD drive at this price?
Edited by: "merb0786" 18th Jan
17 Comments
Not SSD! Cold for me
africanspeed18/01/2020 00:09

Not SSD! Cold for me


In which reality would you expect a 5TB External SSD drive at this price?
Edited by: "merb0786" 18th Jan
merb078618/01/2020 00:10

In which reality would you expect a 5TB External SSD drive at this price?


Hopefully SSD prices will drop by end of year/2021.
This is £17 per TB. Pretty good!
africanspeed18/01/2020 00:09

Not SSD! Cold for me


You're missing the point of HUKD...

Here's a handy guide to assist your voting in future:

Is this product cheaper anywhere else?

Yes - vote cold
No - vote hot

You're welcome.
Edited by: "the1stcoke" 18th Jan
Does anyone know if I take the drive out of this one and put in a PC? Has it standard the SATA connection inside?
"Manufacturer warranty will not apply. Please review Amazon’s return policy, which usually offers free returns within 30 days of receipt"

Why does this not have manufacturers warranty?
I need the My Passport ones to drop in price. But heat for the price of this one.
Edited by: "rav4cas" 18th Jan
jaxx36518/01/2020 09:57

"Manufacturer warranty will not apply. Please review Amazon’s return p …"Manufacturer warranty will not apply. Please review Amazon’s return policy, which usually offers free returns within 30 days of receipt"Why does this not have manufacturers warranty?


I reckon they worded that wrong. Can they sell without warranty? Maybe they meant to say you can return it within 30 days without needing to use manufacturer’s warranty?
Back in stock
jaxx36518/01/2020 09:57

"Manufacturer warranty will not apply. Please review Amazon’s return p …"Manufacturer warranty will not apply. Please review Amazon’s return policy, which usually offers free returns within 30 days of receipt"Why does this not have manufacturers warranty?


That stopped me buying it!
What does it mean, are these drives seller refurbished or "seconds"?
Are they guaranteed or not - 30 day return is not good enough to hold my valuable (to me) data.
africanspeed18/01/2020 00:09

Not SSD! Cold for me



It's like people just say this chit to say they are 'in with the in crowd' without realising the big bag of doodah they've posted.
Meathotukdeals21/01/2020 21:18

It's like people just say this chit to say they are 'in with the in crowd' …It's like people just say this chit to say they are 'in with the in crowd' without realising the big bag of doodah they've posted.


Say what you like in personally wouldn't invest in a mechanical HD due to being susceptible to drive errors, failures and data corruption. Take the plunge if you want, really up to you
Doodah head!
africanspeed21/01/2020 21:26

Say what you like in personally wouldn't invest in a mechanical HD due to …Say what you like in personally wouldn't invest in a mechanical HD due to being susceptible to drive errors, failures and data corruption. Take the plunge if you want, really up to youDoodah head!



I have about 5 or 6 SSDs knocking around not installed to anything. Using one on this laptop, in my other two laptops - already written 400Gb in a few weeks of work on one, already worn one out (corrupted data), got some for my new desktop, have one in my other desktop years ago when it was £250 for 250Gb SSD, got an m.2 for my new desktop and got one in my new laptop.

I also have a number of mech drives that I'm not even going to bother listing..

Looks like you were speaking pure doodah again.
Without a manufacturer warranty these should be avoided. Why would amazon sell them without a manufacturer warranty? Amazon are not an OEM. Refurbished? known faulty batch? poor reliability?
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text