WD 4 TB My Passport Portable Hard Drive - Black 3 Year Guarantee £83.99  @ Amazon
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WD 4 TB My Passport Portable Hard Drive - Black 3 Year Guarantee £83.99 @ Amazon

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Found 29th Mar
Update 1
Dropped again now £83.99 - thanks Trebeoth
Getting cheaper - now £87.99

Comes with a 3 year guarantee


  • The My Passport portable drive is trusted to store the massive amounts of photos, videos and music you love; available in an array of vibrant, fun colors, the sleek style fits comfortably in the palm of your hand, so you can easily take your treasured content everywhere you go
  • Auto backup: Automatically back up photos, videos, music and documents from your system onto your My Passport drive with the included WD Backup software. Set it to your schedule; just pick the time and frequency
  • Password protection: Built-in 256-bit AES hardware encryption with WD security software helps keep your content private and safe; easily add a "return-if-found" message as the password prompt in case your My Passport drive ever gets lost; even minds like yours can accidentally leave things behind
  • WD reliability: WD builds drives to demanding requirements for durability, shock tolerance and long-term reliability


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Still not £75 yet? Hmm I'll come back later.
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SixtyFive1 m ago

already posted here …already posted here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wd-4tb-my-passport-portable-hard-drive-black-92-amazon-2916325


This is cheaper ?
Still not £75 yet? Hmm I'll come back later.
vassy4u11 m ago

This is cheaper ?



Exact same item & if you click the link on either it's the exact same price.
Great find again Chanchi! Heat
iz12345678932 m ago

Still not £75 yet? Hmm I'll come back later.


You go and like Yourself some more and when You come back they might be

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Edited by: "Terrahawks" 29th Mar
Voted Hot.


Not buying though `til they drop to £86.99
SixtyFive32 m ago

Exact same item & if you click the link on either it's the exact same …Exact same item & if you click the link on either it's the exact same price.


@Chanchi32 ??
SixtyFive1 h, 8 m ago

already posted here …already posted here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wd-4tb-my-passport-portable-hard-drive-black-92-amazon-2916325


It's dropped daily, and been posted daily. If it was a re-post, it wouldn't be of the one you linked
I'd take one of these over a refurbished / recertified version....
BuzzDuraband14 m ago

It's dropped daily, and been posted daily. If it was a re-post, it …It's dropped daily, and been posted daily. If it was a re-post, it wouldn't be of the one you linked



I assume it's more profit to allow a new post of the same item rather than simply update the other ones price?
SixtyFive29th Mar

I assume it's more profit to allow a new post of the same item rather than …I assume it's more profit to allow a new post of the same item rather than simply update the other ones price?


It's either/or to be honest. Looking at the temperature, the post got hot fast. If the previous post was updated and bumped (as it would have been) it would have been in the same place regardless - at the top of the 'Hot' page.

The forum 'rules' state that a new post is valid and acceptable with a price drop of £1 (or a significant percentage on lower priced items). So I guess it's down to the individual deal poster to do as they see fit at the time. Either way, as mentioned, it would have been visible in the same manner.
BuzzDuraband2 m ago

It's either/or to be honest. Looking at the temperature, the post got hot …It's either/or to be honest. Looking at the temperature, the post got hot fast. If the previous post was updated and bumped (as it would have been) it would have been in the same place regardless - at the top of the 'Hot' page.The forum 'rules' state that a new post is valid and acceptable with a price drop of £1 (or a significant percentage on lower priced items). So I guess it's down to the individual deal poster to do as they see fit at the time. Either way, as mentioned, it would have been visible in the same manner.


Handy to know. Noted down for future
BuzzDuraband51 m ago

It's either/or to be honest. Looking at the temperature, the post got hot …It's either/or to be honest. Looking at the temperature, the post got hot fast. If the previous post was updated and bumped (as it would have been) it would have been in the same place regardless - at the top of the 'Hot' page.The forum 'rules' state that a new post is valid and acceptable with a price drop of £1 (or a significant percentage on lower priced items). So I guess it's down to the individual deal poster to do as they see fit at the time. Either way, as mentioned, it would have been visible in the same manner.


Posters discretion?????
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Edited by: "Terrahawks" 30th Mar
BuzzDuraband49 m ago

It's either/or to be honest. Looking at the temperature, the post got hot …It's either/or to be honest. Looking at the temperature, the post got hot fast. If the previous post was updated and bumped (as it would have been) it would have been in the same place regardless - at the top of the 'Hot' page.The forum 'rules' state that a new post is valid and acceptable with a price drop of £1 (or a significant percentage on lower priced items). So I guess it's down to the individual deal poster to do as they see fit at the time. Either way, as mentioned, it would have been visible in the same manner.



One of the problems it seems to create is multiple posts for the same item from the same dealer with only a pound or two difference. I think is likely due to users failing to report expired deals. Many seem to simply type 'can someone expire this' in the thread rather than click the report link & type 'can someone expire this' to the moderator team. I do both & I would suggest others do the same. It takes just as much time to click the report button & report it to people who can actually expire the deal as it takes to post in the thread where it will be unseen by the moderator team.
SixtyFive4 m ago

One of the problems it seems to create is multiple posts for the same item …One of the problems it seems to create is multiple posts for the same item from the same dealer with only a pound or two difference. I think is likely due to users failing to report expired deals. Many seem to simply type 'can someone expire this' in the thread rather than click the report link & type 'can someone expire this' to the moderator team. I do both & I would suggest others do the same. It takes just as much time to click the report button & report it to people who can actually expire the deal as it takes to post in the thread where it will be unseen by the moderator team.


That's exactly the case in most situations. On many occasions I've seen potentially hot deals go to -20/30 because it's been a repost. Where as it would only take a few of those clicks to report the posts correctly for them to be dealt with.

I think the moderators do a really good job (no, I'm not obliged to say that ) but they can't be expected to be everywhere all the time, I mean there are 100s of posts put on the site daily. So yeah, I totally agree with you, member input would help the site run a lot smoother in the long run
Terrahawks8 m ago

Posters discretion?????[Image]


Loving that GIF, apologies that it took me 4 minutes to reply

Well it would be up to you I'd assume if the forum guidelines have been followed. I mean would you report your post unexpired or get it up ASAP to share? I don't think it really matters in either situation to be fair as I mentioned earlier. It's still going to be viewed in the same place on the same page
BuzzDuraband4 m ago

Loving that GIF, apologies that it took me 4 minutes to reply Loving that GIF, apologies that it took me 4 minutes to reply Well it would be up to you I'd assume if the forum guidelines have been followed. I mean would you report your post unexpired or get it up ASAP to share? I don't think it really matters in either situation to be fair as I mentioned earlier. It's still going to be viewed in the same place on the same page


Dont reply

I have reported and expired my threads as others should do
But if you think some cobwebs need blowing away you go (hint)
If only I could work out how to put all my iTunes films on my WD Passport hard drive, it may actually be worth the money I paid for it :-)
Heat by the way for the price
3 Year Guarantee? I can't see any of the description mentioning it. Is it from Amazon?
janlim1 h, 46 m ago

3 Year Guarantee? I can't see any of the description mentioning it. Is it …3 Year Guarantee? I can't see any of the description mentioning it. Is it from Amazon?




Manufacturer warranty
Just purchased @£83.99
Price drop £83.99
Does anyone know if it still has a 3 year guarantee? Can't spot it on the mobile listing. Thanks!
SamSammeth02 m ago

Does anyone know if it still has a 3 year guarantee? Can't spot it on the …Does anyone know if it still has a 3 year guarantee? Can't spot it on the mobile listing. Thanks!



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WD builds drives to demanding requirements for durability, shock tolerance and long-term reliability. And we back up (pardon the pun) the trusted My Passport drive with a 3-year limited warranty.
Anyone tell me what the difference is between this and the elements version available at £80.99?
birdski40 m ago

Anyone tell me what the difference is between this and the elements …Anyone tell me what the difference is between this and the elements version available at £80.99?


This is built to resist shocks and falls. Plus it has a 3 year warranty. I'm not sure if the WD Elements one does as well. At a few extra quid for a sturdier casing I've gone for it.
if you combine this purchase with £3 voucher codes offer it would make this drive effectively £80.99, can't go wrong with that
Need a 4tb for an Xbox One X. Any recommendations please. This, the elements or the Seagate for £89.99. Thanks
GodVilla9 m ago

Need a 4tb for an Xbox One X. Any recommendations please. This, the …Need a 4tb for an Xbox One X. Any recommendations please. This, the elements or the Seagate for £89.99. Thanks


This obviously

Why would you pay extra for a Seagate which is a worser brand
Hehe, 2 days ordered for 93gbp
iz12345678929th Mar

Still not £75 yet? Hmm I'll come back later.


Oh that’s a very old deal now. Currys, about 4 years ago now I think it was.

edit: 4 years ago it was hotukdeals.com/dea…534
Edited by: "Oneday77" 30th Mar
roza333
14 h, 13 m ago
if you combine this purchase with £3 voucher codes offer it would make this drive effectively £80.99, can't go wrong with that

Where are the £3 voucher codes?
Norseg17 h, 25 m ago

This obviouslyWhy would you pay extra for a Seagate which is a worser brand



Wouldn't all the software you get with the passport be useless though for the xbox.
GodVilla44 m ago

Wouldn't all the software you get with the passport be useless though for …Wouldn't all the software you get with the passport be useless though for the xbox.


I think this has 3yr warranty while the elements has 2year (I think, you can recheck if you like)
I'll bite at this price.
Norseg5 h, 27 m ago

I think this has 3yr warranty while the elements has 2year (I think, you …I think this has 3yr warranty while the elements has 2year (I think, you can recheck if you like)


The question is, does the warranty include data recovery? If not, then what's the point of a warranty if you lose your data?
Unbelievable.



Ordered Friday and the drive was delivered today at 3pm, I`m not even on Prime
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