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Western Digital 10 TB - WD Red - @ Amazon £213.99
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Western Digital 10 TB - WD Red - @ Amazon £213.99

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Western Digital 10 TB SATA Internal Hard Drive - Black
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  • The drive for NAS, Desktop drives aren’t typically tested or designed for the rigors of a NAS system
  • Built for NAS Compatibility WD Red drives with NASware 3.0 technology are purpose-built to balance performance and reliability in NAS and RAID environments
  • Keep it Cool: The always-on environment of a NAS or RAID is a hot one. WD Red drives are engineered to run cool and quiet while offering optimum compatibility for demanding 24x7 environments
  • WD RED FOR HOME: Stream, backup, organize and effortlessly share your digital content to your TV, PC and more
  • WD RED FOR SMALL BUSINESS: Businesses thrive on productivity and efficiency, two guiding principles built into the design of the WD Red drive
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Dam ,i just put two in my basket and they were sold out when i went to checkout..
Edited by: "hong_kong_englishman" 22nd Nov 2019
Think it was a misprice. I tried to add to basket but it wouldn't add. Then after a refresh price changed to £288.
So good find OP but unfortunately didn't work for me.
Original deal was from Amazon. Supplier has now changed
good price for retail drives, but far better value to pick up the WD Duo (20TB / 24TB / 28TB) on Black Friday as they contain 2x Reds inside. I paid about £15/TB for mine 10TB Reds (inside a WD Duo 20TB)
kowalski22/11/2019 11:09

good price for retail drives, but far better value to pick up the WD Duo …good price for retail drives, but far better value to pick up the WD Duo (20TB / 24TB / 28TB) on Black Friday as they contain 2x Reds inside. I paid about £15/TB for mine 10TB Reds (inside a WD Duo 20TB)



Just come across this comment now as in the market to upgrade my current storage. Thanks for the advice on getting the WD Duo, it works out much cheaper and I'm keeping an eye out for any price drops. I noticed there's quite a few mixed reviews on these larger drives - do you have any first hand experience with them at all?
MrBrightside198722/12/2019 12:51

Just come across this comment now as in the market to upgrade my current …Just come across this comment now as in the market to upgrade my current storage. Thanks for the advice on getting the WD Duo, it works out much cheaper and I'm keeping an eye out for any price drops. I noticed there's quite a few mixed reviews on these larger drives - do you have any first hand experience with them at all?



too early to tell but they work fine in my Synology NAS (10TB & 12TB Reds) - touch wood. Speed is about 200MB/s read/write when I first tested in a Win10 machine. Look out for Amazon's Boxing Day sales maybe? They seem to love reducing the price on this item 20TB/24TB Duo.
Edited by: "kowalski" 22nd Dec 2019
kowalski22/12/2019 13:52

too early to tell but they work fine in my Synology NAS (10TB & 12TB Reds) …too early to tell but they work fine in my Synology NAS (10TB & 12TB Reds) - touch wood. Speed is about 200MB/s read/write. Look out for Amazon's Boxing Day sales maybe? They seem to love reducing the price on this item 20TB/24TB Duo.



Thanks, I've been using various WD Reds for the past 7 years and they've not let me down so far. I've set up some camel alerts and will keep an eye out for any price drops. Do you happen to know if the single bay external drives are also WD Red? I need a total of 3 drives for RAID5. I'm hoping to get the 28TB version if the price is right which should keep me going for the next few years.
MrBrightside198722/12/2019 14:06

Do you happen to know if the single bay external drives are also WD Red?


Do you mean the Elements and the My Books?
If so, no - they are Whites not Reds (but no real data at the moment of the differences between them)
kowalski22/12/2019 15:37

Do you mean the Elements and the My Books? If so, no - they are Whites not …Do you mean the Elements and the My Books? If so, no - they are Whites not Reds (but no real data at the moment of the differences between them)



Yeah I meant the my book which comes up when I choose the "1 bay" option on the Amazon WD Duo page. That makes sense as I did wonder why all the WD Red info disappears from the page when I choose that option. Looking at the prices for just a standalone 14TB WD Red, I'd be better off getting two Duos, and then keeping one drive as backup.
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