Western Digital Recert drives 1TB from £38.97 / 2TB from £52.99 delivered @ WD
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Western Digital Recert drives 1TB from £38.97 / 2TB from £52.99 delivered @ WD

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Found 27th Feb
Thought these were pretty good, I bought one before Christmas and so far it's been brill, no issues to report at all. The White version is the only one at £31.99 + Del )£38.98 total) The rest are £36.99 + Del

The 2TB Drives vary in price, but the Black is £52.99, Red £54.99, Orange £54.99, white £56.99, yellow £56.99 and Blue £57.99 - Del is free as over the £50 mark

All drives on the Get Deal Link

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Formatted for Windows® 10, Windows 8 or Windows 7 operating systems. Requires reformatting for other operating systems.


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Capacity
4TB, 3TB, 2TB, 1TB

Interface
USB 3.0 / USB 2.0 compatible

Additional Details
• Auto backup with included WD Backup software
• Password protection with hardware encryption
• 6-month limited warranty

Package Includes
• My Passport hard drive
• USB 3.0 cable
• WD Backup™, WD Security™ and WD Drive Utilities™ software
• Quick install guide
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17 Comments
Waiting for the magic 4tb for £66.99 lol
Good price, Heat!
Not good at all stay away from recertified ones
Don’t go near this lot. WD / digital river. They’ll sell u a recertified model but it won’t work and then they’ll refuse to entertain goods being returned. You’ve been warned from someone finding out the hard way
Banned
I seen this posted the other day same picture. and lots say STAY AWAY FROM RECERTIFIED for a few pounds more get new and have WARRANTY.
WONDER HOW I KNOW THAT !!!!!!!!!!!!
Well I bought a 2TB My Passport drive of the type above back in September and have had absolutely no issues with it, one of the best recent purchases I've made. I pretty much use it every day to store over 1TB of data, when it arrived it looked brand new, it still had what looked like retail wrapping on it though it was repackaged in a card box.

I'd recommend buying these without question, I'm looking into buying a 4TB Mybook from them which they currently have for £72.99 delivered
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2TB White is available for £46.99 is anyone is interested
Aurelias17 m ago

https://www.wdc.com/en-gb/products/wd-recertified/my-passport-ultra-new.html#RWDBBKD0020BWT-EESN2TB White is available for £46.99 is anyone is interested


Would bite with free delivery, but delivery is way too much.
Got one for my PS4 in June 2017 and no problems so far. Quality product.
I have about 6 of these recertified ones now going back a few years.

Every one is fine
hookbeak1 h, 34 m ago

I have about 6 of these recertified ones now going back a few years. Every …I have about 6 of these recertified ones now going back a few years. Every one is fine



Only use mine for archiving. Hopefully they'll still be there when its time to back them up to holographic storage medium
students get free delivery if you create a student account
sdman7867 m ago

students get free delivery if you create a student account


how did u do that?
My daughter has set up a student account with them but the free shipping doesn't work. Despite being logged in with her student account, when it comes to shipping the only options are 3-4 days at £6.98 or 1-3 days at £11.58.
Bought a My Cloud NAS drive from WD Store a couple of years ago. Delivery was a little slow as it came from the Netherlands. It looked new but it may have been re-packaged.

Anyway, the drive was DOA. Their website said all re-certified products are stringently tested beforehand. Maybe it was just bad luck. Could have been a lot worse. At least I didn't lose any of my data. It's good practice to make regular back ups and especially so with these re-certified drives.

In hindsight, it probably wasn't a great idea to entrust valuable data on a used drive. So when I got my refund I replaced it with a brand new Synology NAS and a WD Red drive.

Like others have said though, you can buy new drives of similar capacity for not much more, so why bother?

e.g. from Amazon:
Maxtor 1TB USB 3.0 portable hard drive £41.50
Maxtor 2TB USB 3.0 portable hard drive £59.95
Edited by: "weirdo" 28th Feb
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