Western Digital Re certified Hard Drives 1-4TB (2TB £56.99 etc)
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Western Digital Re certified Hard Drives 1-4TB (2TB £56.99 etc)

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Found 10th Mar
I've been searching for a new hard drive for a while to expand the storage on my Xbox, WD Passport seems to be the perfect fit. Has the same spin speed (5400) as the Xbox One S with USB 3.0 - running games shouldn't be a challenge at all.

The current stock is dependent on the colour you choose, scroll through each colour to check if they're available. Each show different prices.

Links Below;

MY PASSPORT ULTRA 1TB (RECERTIFIED)
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Classic Black = £41.99

MY PASSPORT ULTRA 2TB (RECERTIFIED)
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Noble Blue/Wild Berry/Brilliant White = £56.99

MY PASSPORT ULTRA 3TB (RECERTIFIED)
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Berry/Blue = £79.99/£84.99

Simlar deals are also available for the MY PASSPORT ULTRA METAL (RECERTIFIED).
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WD MY BOOK (RECERTIFIED) 4TB
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9 Comments

Original Poster

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These things are over-priced for what they are IMPO. The 1TB has been, new, in the mid £50 area for some time now on various etailers. They bump them up to 70 or 80 quid every now and then so that the £50 seems like a bargain.

IMPO - new - the 2TB should now be £50 and these refurbished ones should be much cheaper. How reliable are these as there seems to be a heck of a lot of them regularly for sale refurbished?

tawse57

These things are over-priced for what they are IMPO. The 1TB has been, … These things are over-priced for what they are IMPO. The 1TB has been, new, in the mid £50 area for some time now on various etailers. They bump them up to 70 or 80 quid every now and then so that the £50 seems like a bargain.IMPO - new - the 2TB should now be £50 and these refurbished ones should be much cheaper. How reliable are these as there seems to be a heck of a lot of them regularly for sale refurbished?



I've got several and had no problems with any of them after 3 years of very regular use.

Original Poster

They are a good price for what is out at the moment - unless you can find a reduced deal in store (impossible)
I've had re-certified before - no problems whatsoever.

They are extremely good. No problems what so ever

never had any problems with these drives and have 5

lewisriley

They are a good price for what is out at the moment - unless you can find … They are a good price for what is out at the moment - unless you can find a reduced deal in store (impossible) I've had re-certified before - no problems whatsoever.



​i second this. I have 2 WD recertified drives and both are still running great. Had my 4tb nas and 3tb desktop for a few years with no issues whatsoever.

However, I've seen better prices from them in the past and this comparitively isn't a great deal

The price is not good for a effectively a 2nd hand drive. New ones are only a few £ more. Voting cold

FYI, these drives are not SATA inside, the USB connector itself is soldered directly onto the disk drive's circuitry. You cannot bust them open to use them as a regular internal PC hard drive.
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