Seagate IronWolf 4TB 3.5" NAS Hard Drive - £96.52 @ ebuyer
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Seagate IronWolf 4TB 3.5" NAS Hard Drive - £96.52 @ ebuyer

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Edited by:"Genki"Found 23rd Nov
Under £100 looks like a steal for this drive designed for 24/7 operation. 3 year limited warranty.

Same price on Amazon if you prefer (and the lowest it's ever been, according to Camel Camel Camel)
amazon.co.uk/Sea…BQY

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Original Poster

3TB version for £82.97 if you can get away with the lower capacity.
hotukdeals.com/dea…432

Damn, I was all set to buy a WD Red because of their NAS operations and their non-vibrations/quietness etc.

Any idea how these compare?

Seagate don't have as solid a reputation as WD Red generally. In my experience I have 3 of these and 3 WD Red in a 6 disk box for 4 years, all are still operating perfectly. Make of that what you will.

This is a cracking price, also available on Amazon for the exact same price (so free prime shipping available) but limited to 2 per customer.

Darkle3 h, 9 m ago

Damn, I was all set to buy a WD Red because of their NAS operations and …Damn, I was all set to buy a WD Red because of their NAS operations and their non-vibrations/quietness etc.Any idea how these compare?


Badly. I've thrown away 3 or 4 Seagate drives over the years due to failure, but only ever thrown away WD drives when I need to upgrade is size. It's a small sample size, but consistent for me.

mmillmor57 m ago

Badly. I've thrown away 3 or 4 Seagate drives over the years due to …Badly. I've thrown away 3 or 4 Seagate drives over the years due to failure, but only ever thrown away WD drives when I need to upgrade is size. It's a small sample size, but consistent for me.


...but I bet u have never thrown away an Ironwolf
Edited by: "JoeSpur" 23rd Nov

Thanks. Ordered 1.
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