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WD My Book 12TB USB 3.0 Desktop Hard Drive with Password Protection and Auto Backup Software - £178.77 @ Amazon Spain
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WD My Book 12TB USB 3.0 Desktop Hard Drive with Password Protection and Auto Backup Software - £178.77 @ Amazon Spain

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Posted 21st Jan

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Good price for a big drive. Less then £15 per 1TB. Little bit cheaper with a fee free card.

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Features & details

  • Auto backup with included WD Backup software and Time Machine compatibility

  • Password protection with hardware encryption

  • WD Discovery software for WD Security, Social Media and Cloud Storage import and WD Drive Utilities

  • Easy to use

  • Trusted storage built with WD reliability

  • USB 3.0 port; USB 2.0 compatible
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Rolefitleader21/01/2020 06:04

That's a lot of eggs in one basket


You must think the same when you realise the property you live in contains most of your belongings. I'd recommend you find some alternative properties and evenly split your things across them to minimise the risk!
Edited by: "dh12g09" 21st Jan
Rolefitleader21/01/2020 08:09

Hi, would rather have two 6tb drive , I would never trust a mechanical …Hi, would rather have two 6tb drive , I would never trust a mechanical drive, always better to have it backup somewhere just in case. I have 8,6 tb Nas drive on home network but I still have them back up. Better be safe than sorry 😁


As long as you have a backup the size of the drive is irrelevant.
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That's a lot of eggs in one basket
39725065.jpgA solution for the idiots
Edited by: "friar_chris" 21st Jan
Anyone had any issues buying from like this from the Spanish site?
Rolefitleader21/01/2020 06:04

That's a lot of eggs in one basket


I prefer to write the 1s and 0s on individual bits of paper.
Rolefitleader21/01/2020 06:04

That's a lot of eggs in one basket



You're only allowed to say that once if you've been posting for under a week
Edited by: "jasee" 21st Jan
Minstadave21/01/2020 07:46

I prefer to write the 1s and 0s on individual bits of paper.



Yes with carbon paper you can keep two copies so you don't have to worry
Don’t think either my credit card or debit card are fee free for overseas purchases. What would a typical charge on this product be at the current price?

Thanks.
Hi, would rather have two 6tb drive , I would never trust a mechanical drive, always better to have it backup somewhere just in case. I have 8,6 tb Nas drive on home network but I still have them back up. Better be safe than sorry 😁
jasee21/01/2020 07:55

Yes with carbon paper you can keep two copies so you don't have to worry


the original raid1
Rolefitleader21/01/2020 08:09

Hi, would rather have two 6tb drive , I would never trust a mechanical …Hi, would rather have two 6tb drive , I would never trust a mechanical drive, always better to have it backup somewhere just in case. I have 8,6 tb Nas drive on home network but I still have them back up. Better be safe than sorry 😁


If you'd prefer to be better safe than sorry then I wouldn't stop at getting two 6tb. I'd recommend either four 3tb drives or eight 1.5tb drives to be ultra safe.
Rolefitleader21/01/2020 06:04

That's a lot of eggs in one basket


You must think the same when you realise the property you live in contains most of your belongings. I'd recommend you find some alternative properties and evenly split your things across them to minimise the risk!
Edited by: "dh12g09" 21st Jan
Rolefitleader21/01/2020 08:09

Hi, would rather have two 6tb drive , I would never trust a mechanical …Hi, would rather have two 6tb drive , I would never trust a mechanical drive, always better to have it backup somewhere just in case. I have 8,6 tb Nas drive on home network but I still have them back up. Better be safe than sorry 😁


As long as you have a backup the size of the drive is irrelevant.
Rolefitleader21/01/2020 08:09

Hi, would rather have two 6tb drive , I would never trust a mechanical …Hi, would rather have two 6tb drive , I would never trust a mechanical drive, always better to have it backup somewhere just in case. I have 8,6 tb Nas drive on home network but I still have them back up. Better be safe than sorry 😁


Depends how replaceable the data is, I've never used local redundancy and never lost any files I couldn't replace easily. Local storage is a convenience not a necessity for a home user, for anything important I have two cloud storage services and I occasionally double up the pain in the backside to replace music and books, but the current trend in redundancy for home users is just a con to get people buying nas and twice the drives they need.
It's all sausages and onion rings to me
I once lost all my Star Trek collections then found them on a backup drive a Year later.
It was like xmas.

Should have labelled them better.
Edited by: "Gort1951" 21st Jan
Minstadave21/01/2020 07:46

I prefer to write the 1s and 0s on individual bits of paper.



I prefer to chisel my 0s and 1s into stone.
dh12g0921/01/2020 08:34

You must think the same when you realise the property you live in contains …You must think the same when you realise the property you live in contains most of your belongings. I'd recommend you find some alternative properties and evenly split your things across them to minimise the risk!


Hi,yes I could put in one of my holiday homes, good idea, thanks for your help on this matter 😁
rprp21/01/2020 09:04

Buy more baskets or eat less eggs.


Hi ,just ordered some more egg baskets, thanks
Does this come with UK plug like the Seagate ones? Thanks
Looks like the deal has expired
mnmnmn_nmnmnm21/01/2020 19:17

Does this come with UK plug like the Seagate ones? Thanks



Yes; the one I bought did.
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