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Western Digital 250GB Passport V2 External USB 2.0 2.5" Hard Drive - £75 inc P&P from Amazon
Western Digital 250GB Passport V2 External USB 2.0 2.5" Hard Drive - £75 inc P&P from Amazon

Western Digital 250GB Passport V2 External USB 2.0 2.5" Hard Drive - £75 inc P&P from Amazon

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Nice price for a 250GB 2.5" hard drive! Would be a deal for the bare drive on it's own, let alone inside the Western Digital passport enclosure.

I bought one of these about a month ago for just under £100. It's a very nice drive, although it gets fingerprints over it easily due to the smooth piano black finish.

Prices are dropping, probably due to the new 320gb versions that are due imminently, but it's still a good price!

This is from Pixmania via Amazon though.

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inc postage comes in at £75.57 for me.

Voted hot, found this about 10 minutes ago, might buy this just for the hard drive as I want to upgrade my 60GB PS3. :thumbsup:

Those that voted cold please show an example of where you can get a 250GB 2.5" SATA laptop drive for under £76 delivered? (will help me as I need one!) This even beats the import prices on flea bay (from US \ HK etc.). Fushitsu drives don't count!

The only downside is I guess its Pikesmania (specially after the 50" Plasma they were 'selling' for under a grand today!).

It's from an amazon seller, pixmania in this case.

I have the 120GB version, and running out of space, might get this. Voted hot!

Rizza

I bought one of this HDD's a few months ago and have been really impressed with it, what's more it fits in your pocket. Definately a hotty!

Marketplace sellers on Amazon are not allowed on HUKD.

The direct link to this at ]pixmania
works out at £77.30 with the cheapest postage (as far as I can see) + 4% quidco

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The Amazon (not marketplace) price for this before Xmas was £72. I know as I paid £82 for it, it was dropped in price to £76 and I tried to claim the £6 back, but by the time they dealt with my claim they had reduced it further and refunded the full £10.
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