WD 4TB Elements Desktop External Hard Drive - USB 3.0 lightning deal at Amazon for £87
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WD 4TB Elements Desktop External Hard Drive - USB 3.0 lightning deal at Amazon for £87

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Found 26th Dec 2016Made hot 26th Dec 2016
WD 4TB Elements Desktop External Hard Drive - USB 3.0 - WDBWLG0040HBK-EESN

£87

Prime early access until 9:30am

17% claimed as of 9:24am

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Either these have really gone up since I got mine or this isn't much of a deal at all but I got a re certified 3TB for £45 some 8 months ago. I know this is brand new (but who cares so long as it works) and has an extra 1TB but at nearly double the price for only 25% more space doesn't seem like deal of the year somehow.

Not voting cold in case HDD prices have gone up in general and this is a good deal now but not voting hot either as it still seems pricey to me in any event....

Anyone suggest a reason I don't get this.... Too late now, have bought as a back up for multiple PCs in kids house
Edited by: "Cozworth806" 26th Dec 2016

Cheap!!

That's an awful lot of porn

ST3123

Either these have really gone up since I got mine or this isn't much of a … Either these have really gone up since I got mine or this isn't much of a deal at all but I got a re certified 3TB for £45 some 8 months ago. I know this is brand new (but who cares so long as it works) and has an extra 1TB but at nearly double the price for only 25% more space doesn't seem like deal of the year somehow.Not voting cold in case HDD prices have gone up in general and this is a good deal now but not voting hot either as it still seems pricey to me in any event....



Would never use recertified HDDs

Ordered thanks!

What's the difference between Elements and the My Book line, reliability?

I checked my Amazon history and I bought 2 x 6TB My Book's for £150 each a few months back.

gangstarrrr

Would never use recertified HDDs



A lot of people are of that opinion, but I've had plenty no problem and with new ones this pricey even on offer it isn't hard to see why I would do so. These days not everything stored on a HDD is mission critical stuff you know. I use them with consoles like Xbox and Playstation where all the saves can be backed up to the cloud and all purchased games can be downloaded again if anything ever goes wrong. For this kind of use where data loss is almost impossible thanks to automated online back up they are perfect....
Edited by: "ST3123" 26th Dec 2016

100% claimed now....

Hard drives seem to have really gone up in price, no idea why. There are no floods in Thailand this time so no excuses, its a rip off
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