Toshiba Canvio Desktop 3TB 3.5" USB 2.0/3.0 External Hard Drive Gloss Black £67.98 @ ebuyer
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Toshiba Canvio Desktop 3TB 3.5" USB 2.0/3.0 External Hard Drive Gloss Black £67.98 @ ebuyer

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Found 4th Apr
Good price for 3TB, free delivery

  • External desktop hard drive with 3TB capacity
  • Ultra fast transfer speeds with USB 3.0 (USB 2.0 compatible)
  • Includes backup software
  • Password protection

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Store data securely on the new STOR.E CANVIO external hard drives. It's quick and easy to transfer your files via SuperSpeed USB 3.0, and you can also organise data and backup files with pre-loaded NTI Backup Now EZ software. Backward compatible with USB 2.0, the STOR.E CANVIO features versatile mounting options and is available in two colour variations.

Smart, Safe, Speedy

The STOR.E CANVIO Desktop is the smart, speedy way to preserve your favourite files and memories. USB 3.0 makes it super-fast, and it's backwards compatible so connecting to USB 2.0 devices is no problem. The pre-loaded NTI Backup Now EZ software is a complete back-up solution to keep your files safe. And password encryption goes the extra mile to guard against intruders. Available in capacities up to 3 TB, the CANVIO desktop is the ideal partner for your TV or PC.

Fast Transfer Speeds

Powered by new USB 3.0 technology, these portable hard drives are far faster than—but still compatible with—USB 2.0 technology. That's important for speedy transfer when organising your files.

Smart Design

These hard drives are easy to carry and nice to look at. You get a choice of colours and versatile mounting options. Available in several capacity sizes, STOR.E CANVIO desktop hard drives are perfect for storing data, music, pictures, and more.

Peace of Mind

These hard drives come with pre-loaded backup software that provides file, folder, and full system backup and recovery. Password encryption keeps unauthorised users from accessing your valuable data.
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AVOID EBUYER!

They will not honour the warranty if item fails with a replacement.

In my case a Hard Drive failed within 10 months of purchase, Ebuyer provided me with an RMA label to return the item to them.
Once I returned the item, they emailed me to say they will issue a partial refund of my purchase price as the item was used for 10 months.

Just buy from Amazon and save yourself the poor customer service experience.

Just advice...
Edited by: "advan" 4th Apr
advan37 m ago

AVOID EBUYER!They will not honour the warranty if item fails with a …AVOID EBUYER!They will not honour the warranty if item fails with a replacement.In my case a Hard Drive failed within 10 months of purchase, Ebuyer provided me with an RMA label to return the item to them.Once I returned the item, they emailed me to so they will issue a partial refund of my purchase price as the item was used for 10 months.Just buy from Amazon and save yourself the poor customer service experience.Just advice...



I agree, I had a bad experience with them too,
AVOID EBUYER
Another victim of their “proportionate refund” scam here. Phone them up within the warranty period (after 6 months) – yeah no problem sir, we’ll collect your faulty item and fully refund or replace it (no mention of a partial refund) Once they have it back they hit you with a partial and a link to their T&C’s – especially annoying if your item has a 3+ year replacement warranty as ebuyer in all cases return your faulty item to the manufacturer for stock credit/replacement which they then sell on again at full price meaning you lose out. Technically legal but extremely underhanded as they never mention this at all when arranging an RMA.

I personally would never use them for anything more than an Ethernet cable or Flash Drive (assuming its free delivery) basically super cheap items with a low to zero failure rate - Pay more elsewhere for piece of mind, you have been warned!
Edited by: "freakstyler" 4th Apr
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Good spot OP, especially for a Toshiba Canvio. Thanks.
Gloss Black!! Whoop de doo!
AVOID EBUYER!

They will not honour the warranty if item fails with a replacement.

In my case a Hard Drive failed within 10 months of purchase, Ebuyer provided me with an RMA label to return the item to them.
Once I returned the item, they emailed me to say they will issue a partial refund of my purchase price as the item was used for 10 months.

Just buy from Amazon and save yourself the poor customer service experience.

Just advice...
Edited by: "advan" 4th Apr
advan37 m ago

AVOID EBUYER!They will not honour the warranty if item fails with a …AVOID EBUYER!They will not honour the warranty if item fails with a replacement.In my case a Hard Drive failed within 10 months of purchase, Ebuyer provided me with an RMA label to return the item to them.Once I returned the item, they emailed me to so they will issue a partial refund of my purchase price as the item was used for 10 months.Just buy from Amazon and save yourself the poor customer service experience.Just advice...



I agree, I had a bad experience with them too,
AVOID EBUYER
I agree ebuyer has poor service if you need to return items, I would pay a bit extra for better service.
Good price though shame about the seller
Another victim of their “proportionate refund” scam here. Phone them up within the warranty period (after 6 months) – yeah no problem sir, we’ll collect your faulty item and fully refund or replace it (no mention of a partial refund) Once they have it back they hit you with a partial and a link to their T&C’s – especially annoying if your item has a 3+ year replacement warranty as ebuyer in all cases return your faulty item to the manufacturer for stock credit/replacement which they then sell on again at full price meaning you lose out. Technically legal but extremely underhanded as they never mention this at all when arranging an RMA.

I personally would never use them for anything more than an Ethernet cable or Flash Drive (assuming its free delivery) basically super cheap items with a low to zero failure rate - Pay more elsewhere for piece of mind, you have been warned!
Edited by: "freakstyler" 4th Apr
Look at the size of that brick!
freakstyler2 h, 17 m ago

Another victim of their “proportionate refund” scam here. Phone them up wit …Another victim of their “proportionate refund” scam here. Phone them up within the warranty period (after 6 months) – yeah no problem sir, we’ll collect your faulty item and fully refund or replace it (no mention of a partial refund) Once they have it back they hit you with a partial and a link to their T&C’s – especially annoying if your item has a 3+ year replacement warranty as ebuyer in all cases return your faulty item to the manufacturer for stock credit/replacement which they then sell on again at full price meaning you lose out. Technically legal but extremely underhanded as they never mention this at all when arranging an RMA. I personally would never use them for anything more than an Ethernet cable or Flash Drive (assuming its free delivery) basically super cheap items with a low to zero failure rate - Pay more elsewhere for piece of mind, you have been warned!


Terms and conditions or no terms and conditions, that is fraud.

They are confident people won't take them to court so abuse the law. They can't tell you they will honour your warranty (the the item they have sold you) then renegade on that commitment and steal your property.

Clearly they fraudulently redeem the warranty on said items too.
Inform trading standards
eiamhere6926 m ago

Terms and conditions or no terms and conditions, that is fraud.They are …Terms and conditions or no terms and conditions, that is fraud.They are confident people won't take them to court so abuse the law. They can't tell you they will honour your warranty (the the item they have sold you) then renegade on that commitment and steal your property. Clearly they fraudulently redeem the warranty on said items too.Inform trading standards



I suspect what they’re doing is legal regarding the partial refund, it’s their actions when it comes to misleading customers and having no intention of replacing, repairing or refunding in full despite saying other wise that’s questionable. They’ve been doing it for years and the only real protection against it other than court action is paying by credit card and going down the chargeback/section 75 route. Basically when you buy from Ebuyer it only really has just under 6 months warranty despite what it says on their listing. They’re a complete untrustworthy shower and should be avoided at all cost when it comes to high value items.
advan8 h, 43 m ago

AVOID EBUYER!They will not honour the warranty if item fails with a …AVOID EBUYER!They will not honour the warranty if item fails with a replacement.In my case a Hard Drive failed within 10 months of purchase, Ebuyer provided me with an RMA label to return the item to them.Once I returned the item, they emailed me to say they will issue a partial refund of my purchase price as the item was used for 10 months.Just buy from Amazon and save yourself the poor customer service experience.Just advice...

freakstyler6 h, 52 m ago

Another victim of their “proportionate refund” scam here. Phone them up wit …Another victim of their “proportionate refund” scam here. Phone them up within the warranty period (after 6 months) – yeah no problem sir, we’ll collect your faulty item and fully refund or replace it (no mention of a partial refund) Once they have it back they hit you with a partial and a link to their T&C’s – especially annoying if your item has a 3+ year replacement warranty as ebuyer in all cases return your faulty item to the manufacturer for stock credit/replacement which they then sell on again at full price meaning you lose out. Technically legal but extremely underhanded as they never mention this at all when arranging an RMA. I personally would never use them for anything more than an Ethernet cable or Flash Drive (assuming its free delivery) basically super cheap items with a low to zero failure rate - Pay more elsewhere for piece of mind, you have been warned!


Thanks for the insight. Personally, I have only ever brought small (less than £30) items from ebuyer and not had any problems, but after learning of this, I will not be using them again EVER!

I'd rather pay a little more for added piece of mind.
AMAZON for pretty much everything here!
AW1030 m ago

Thanks for the insight. Personally, I have only ever brought small (less …Thanks for the insight. Personally, I have only ever brought small (less than £30) items from ebuyer and not had any problems, but after learning of this, I will not be using them again EVER!I'd rather pay a little more for added piece of mind.AMAZON for pretty much everything here!


They can be okay when it comes to (the now few and far between) daily deals with free delivery, flash drives and the like but yeah, I would never spend over a tenner with them – anything high value its Amazon or similar even if I have to pay substantially more.

Don’t just take my word for it, google “ebuyer proportionate refund” and see some of the horror stories. There’s a recent example on the MSE forum from last September (second search result down) funny enough for a Toshiba Hard Drive and it basically sums up the whole Ebuyer RMA after six month experience (Sorry for not linking the thread, not sure if I can link other forums here)
Reported my D.O.A. Lacie external drive on Monday for a R.M.A,, not heard a thing yet. Total Gangsters, NEVER again.
Used to shop with these all the time but amazon seems to be pretty good with customer service, even currys were good when i had to take back a Razor mouse and a Logitech steering wheel over 6 months old they just replaced no questions asked. Worth paying a bit extra for decent service . consumer rights
srgi4th Apr

I agree, I had a bad experience with them too,AVOID EBUYER


#metoo with several devices failing within a year no mind a longer warranty period. Legal or not it's a rip off. Don't use Ebuyer any more after 10+ years of being a custmoer.
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