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WD My Passport 1TB Blue @Western Digital £33.99 (+ 8.4% Quidco Cashback)
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WD My Passport 1TB Blue @Western Digital £33.99 (+ 8.4% Quidco Cashback)

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Posted 5th Jan

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Western Digital WD My Passport 1TB Blue.

Currently £33.99, Quidco has 8.4% cashback on offer which can be used on this deal.

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What's up with the different height sizes?
The 2,4tb ones will be slightly thicker.. Some people want extra slim for laptop bags and things like that

I remember a few years back a 4tb would be a brick.
Now they made them passport sized and only a few mm thicker than the 1,2,etc tb ones.
I don't know how that's a deal at £34/1Tb
Last time the deal for these was posted I bought 3tb for £48 blue as well
zochus1505/01/2020 15:56

I don't know how that's a deal at £34/1TbLast time the deal for these was …I don't know how that's a deal at £34/1TbLast time the deal for these was posted I bought 3tb for £48 blue as well



Yeah I got that one too. That was refurbished though
Edited by: "Aurelias" 5th Jan
Seems to be about the lowest price for a 1TB, but you definitely get more for your money if you buy bigger storage as 3-5TB are often reduced between £50-65
zochus1505/01/2020 15:56

I don't know how that's a deal at £34/1TbLast time the deal for these was …I don't know how that's a deal at £34/1TbLast time the deal for these was posted I bought 3tb for £48 blue as well


Last time I nearly got a Ring video door bell for £19. Never came under £70 after that. Yes, maybe that was a good deal, but time machine does not work. Some people do not need 3tb, I prefer to spend £34 for 1tb, but than, 1tb refurbished was £23 before.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 5th Jan
I bought the 2tb last week for £32
Be aware the cases on these drives are really brittle and plasticky, they don't look nice at all (if it bothers you in any way).

I bought two 2tb refurb ones that were on HUKD a few days ago and sold them the very next day.
sheffield78805/01/2020 17:59

Last time I nearly got a Ring video door bell for £19. Never came under …Last time I nearly got a Ring video door bell for £19. Never came under £70 after that. Yes, maybe that was a good deal, but time machine does not work. Some people do not need 3tb, I prefer to spend £34 for 1tb, but than, 1tb refurbished was £23 before.


So what you sying if tomorrow it well be £70 or £80 you ok with that. Well good for you. Thanks but no thanks.
Ega_Hacass05/01/2020 22:30

So what you sying if tomorrow it well be £70 or £80 you ok with that. Well …So what you sying if tomorrow it well be £70 or £80 you ok with that. Well good for you. Thanks but no thanks.


I'm saying that comparing a 3TB hard drive for £48 which somebody got a while ago it is completely irrelevant to this post.

First of all this is a 1TB and the other one was 3TB. It does not matter that the price for GB is better on the 3TB one, is like comparing the price for a 32 inch tV with a 50 inch TV, always the 50 inch will be better value.

Secondly, that deal is gone and may never come back.

I'm not ok if tomorrow will be £70-80, but if I need it and I will find it at a good price, I will buy it, even the price is higher than on this deal.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 5th Jan
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