Upto 25% off Western digital Outlet + Another 20% off with code (Code works on discounted & full price)  - EG - WD My book 3TB recertified drive £43.99 Delivered
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Upto 25% off Western digital Outlet + Another 20% off with code (Code works on discounted & full price) - EG - WD My book 3TB recertified drive £43.99 Delivered

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SuperEd
Found 5th Apr 2016
some stupid bargains to be had, no idea how long stock will last though

just grabbed a WD My book 3TB recertified drive for £43.99 delivered!

Also My Book 2TB (Recertified) is £34.19 delivered amongst others

Use code WDSPRING16 at checkout

Also tried on full price and worked eg £45.80 off a 6TB blue drive

Don't forget, if you have a company account, and can use its VAT number, you don't pay VAT
- jasee

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Thanks

Great deal, i wish i needed one but already got 14tb of drives. HOT

£23.99 My Passport Ultra 1TB (red)

store.wdc.com/sto…000
Edited by: "adsham" 5th Apr 2016

anyone know if any of the 2TB or 3TB portable 2.5" drives are removable, hence suitable for use in a PS4?

cheers op, ordered a 2tb my passport ultra for £39.99 bargain cheers

Just got the 1TB passport for £23.99. Heat added. Real bargain, less than half price.

Dont think I could ever trust a recertified drive, it basically means its already broken once. Sure its been through procedures to make it comply to WD's criteria but doesn't change the fact that the drive failed. Also a very low warranty. If you can afford to loose whatever you put on the drive, or you back it up somewhere, yeah sure, good deal.
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 5th Apr 2016

thanks a lot, scorching hot! already got 3tb recertified, ordered another 3tb and 4tb for a friend! thanks!
ps. never had any problems with any WD recertified drives!
Edited by: "bednim" 5th Apr 2016

Is it just the 30 day return warranty or do you also get a std 1 year warranty?

MatsyLR

Dont think I could ever trust a recertified drive, it basically means its … Dont think I could ever trust a recertified drive, it basically means its already broken once. Sure its been through procedures to make it comply to WD's criteria but doesn't change the fact that the drive failed. Also a very low warranty. If you can afford to loose whatever you put on the drive, or you back it up somewhere, yeah sure, good deal.


Not necessarily. Read the blurb for what constitutes a re-certify.
And tbh an individually repaired unit will have had more time and care applied than an off the production line one.
Thinking of one for my Freeview TV for recording on. I could stand to lose anything on that.

Heat given but I guess Im too late

This deal from OP WD My book 3TB recertified drive for £43.99 delivered! comes to £76.12 with code.

Can any of this drive be used for cctv recording? Any suggestion is appreciated.

shabbird

Heat given but I guess Im too lateThis deal from OP WD My book 3TB … Heat given but I guess Im too lateThis deal from OP WD My book 3TB recertified drive for £43.99 delivered! comes to £76.12 with code.



Just ordered mine no problem - checked again and still available with discount.

Thanks

I've bitten the bullet and bought 2x 2TB MyClouds for £100 total delivered: one to back up all my stuff and one to back up the backup (via mirroring).

Hopefully these two units will do the job.

Thanks for posting OP. Head added.
Edited by: "Youngsyr" 5th Apr 2016

mrew42

Not necessarily. Read the blurb for what constitutes a re-certify.And tbh … Not necessarily. Read the blurb for what constitutes a re-certify.And tbh an individually repaired unit will have had more time and care applied than an off the production line one.Thinking of one for my Freeview TV for recording on. I could stand to lose anything on that.



Don't know what your saying?
http://drh1.img.digitalriver.com/DRHM/Storefront/Site/wdeu/images/promo/WDRecertified_banner_900x250.jpg
6 months is very short for a hard drive, usually 3-5 years.
"WD recertified products may consist of customer return units"
That could mean anything. Could be customer error, the drive failed, the power board failed etc. Its a gamble.

Not saying its not a good deal
£43.99 for a 3TB desktop drive is amazing value, but you have to be willing to take the risk.
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 5th Apr 2016

these may say recertified but are mainly old or overstock items. they just say recertified so they don't have to give you a 12 month warranty, I have used 3 of the 1tb drives and one is over 12 months old and still works perfect, the only thing I was gutted about was you can crack them open you cannot use them in a laptop

I was looking for a deal for an internal 1Tb drive, but nothing doing on the site unfortunately (out of stock) :0(

Thanks op just ordered 3TB my cloud to replace, my existing 2TB my cloud I'd be quick missed out twice on similar offers from WD I bought a 1TB recertified external HD and it was great for the year I owned it and I traded it to CEX for mycloud plus you have the paypal protection.

IanElk

Just ordered mine no problem - checked again and still available with … Just ordered mine no problem - checked again and still available with discount.


think I was looking at the wrong section of special offers instead of recertified. And now can't see it.
Oh well.. will bookmark it for future reference. Thanks IanElk

From the first time think wow good price more storage need always
But then stop think : this is storage where I want to keep my data

are they fixing these drive by replacing some parts or it is new drive inside ?
if it is drive which used 24 hr say for 1 year then fail sent to repairs The other side got new drive me buying his fail drive as re certificated

I can get the 3TB to £67.99 using WDSPRING16 code. How do I get it for £43.99?

Incognitoso

From the first time think wow good price more storage need always But … From the first time think wow good price more storage need always But then stop think : this is storage where I want to keep my data are they fixing these drive by replacing some parts or it is new drive inside ? if it is drive which used 24 hr say for 1 year then fail sent to repairs The other side got new drive me buying his fail drive as re certificated



They are customer returns that either has nothing wrong with them (customer error), the drive died, the power board died, the usb connection died etc. Could be anything and then repaired.
They could also be old drives (new, just not sold) they need to get rid off.
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 5th Apr 2016

shabbird

think I was looking at the wrong section of special offers instead of … think I was looking at the wrong section of special offers instead of recertified. And now can't see it. :(Oh well.. will bookmark it for future reference. Thanks IanElk



Look under Outlet - e.g. this store.wdc.com/sto…000 Then use code for 20% off.

abbasmohamed_uk

I can get the 3TB to £67.99 using WDSPRING16 code. How do I get it for … I can get the 3TB to £67.99 using WDSPRING16 code. How do I get it for £43.99?



The 43.99 one is store.wdc.com/sto…000

Could be overstock or customer returns I'm gonna use mine to mirror as a backup not worth selling my 2TB tbh was looking at the newer models and couldn't justify the 200 plus price even if it does allow plex

Thanks MatsyLR.

I was looking at the Portable 3TB drive - which has a higher starting price.

thanks, just ordered a rectified cloud.

abbasmohamed_uk

Thanks MatsyLR.I was looking at the Portable 3TB drive - which has a … Thanks MatsyLR.I was looking at the Portable 3TB drive - which has a higher starting price.



Portables always going to be more expensive per TB ;p

I would be hesitant to rely on these everyday inside my main tower or as a heavy use backup. But as a cheap portable drives that also work with Xbone you can hardly go wrong £24 quid for 1tb or the 2tb for less than £40.

MatsyLR

They are customer returns that either has nothing wrong with them … They are customer returns that either has nothing wrong with them (customer error), the drive died, the power board died, the usb connection died etc. Could be anything.They could also be old drives (new, just not sold) they need to get rid off.



Fine....so what's the problem with giving a 12 month warranty then?!

Doesn't inspire confidence that's all....

@MatsyLR

Is it worth paying £67.99 for 3TB portable?

poolman

Fine....so what's the problem with giving a 12 month warranty then?! … Fine....so what's the problem with giving a 12 month warranty then?! Doesn't inspire confidence that's all....



Exactly. I agree with you. I wouldn't trust them personally.
They are a good option if the things you plan to store is not that important/replaceable. Or if you plan to backup the data regardless.

abbasmohamed_uk

@MatsyLRIs it worth paying £67.99 for 3TB portable?



Personally, I'd say no, the 2TB portable was going for £49.99 before discount (those are sold out now)
£67.99 is still a very good price for a portable 3TB though. Its your choice ^^


Edited by: "MatsyLR" 5th Apr 2016

IanElk

Look under Outlet - e.g. this … Look under Outlet - e.g. this http://store.wdc.com/store/wdeu/en_GB/DisplayAccesoryProductDetailsPage/ThemeID.22586100/WD_Outlet/My_Book_3TB_Recertified/productID.300324400/categoryId.69923000 Then use code for 20% off.


Thank you so much. sadly the 20% code didn't work but the price came to £43.99 as posted.

Bagged a 1Tb Red (Recertified) for £24 delivered.

Have thyself some warmth.

itm2

I was looking for a deal for an internal 1Tb drive, but nothing doing on … I was looking for a deal for an internal 1Tb drive, but nothing doing on the site unfortunately (out of stock) :0(



1tb drives are around £35ish and if you didn't use the ebay paypal deal the other day, check in your email for a new discount code.

1TB red (re-certified) £23.99 absolutely chuffed - nice one

Riggadig

1TB red (re-certified) £23.99 absolutely chuffed - nice one


Eh?? I don't see that on the re-certified page. Have you got a link??

Always been weary of these but 20% makes a great deal but probably not for use as your primary backup

Got one last time and just ordered another two - Thanks
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