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RAVPower FileHub Plus, Wireless Travel Router, SD Card Reader USB Portable Hard Drive Companion, DLNA NAS Sharing Media Streamer 6000mAh External Battery Pack (Not a Hotspot) £27.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 2 h, 42 m agoFound 2 h, 42 m ago
I've just purchased one of these hubs, after seeing an offer on Amazon (redeem promotional offer under £39.99 price to reduce it to £27.99). It's a bargain price!
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The promotion has gone now.


Promo not working should be expired


Router, card reader, HDD, media steamer - does it do the dishes as well?


I've added the promo and it says "voucher added" but still shows as £39.99 at checkout. How did you get the offer to activate.

HGST Deskstar NAS 8000GB hard drive £206.14 	IT-Supplier
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
This hard drive is ideal for use in NAS (Network Attached Storage) computers. I already have 4 of these drives in my NAS and have just purchased a fifth one. This is the most compe… Read more
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This is a great price and would have a couple if my old motherboard supported them to raid. I don't understand anyone who would risk this amount of data without any form of mirroring. Hot from me.


No idea why this is going negative - Deathstars were ages ago. Good price for a drive from a major vendor with good reliability stats on Backblaze. Although Backblaze don't run this exact drive - they have HDS, HMS, HUH and HUS type drives. Sku 0S04012 is HGST part code: HDN728080ALE604. That's Deskstar 8TB, 7200rpm, 128MB cache vibration sensor. Worth stating that other manufacturer's 8TB drives do well on Backblaze - even <cough> Seagate. HGST model numbers decode as: H = Hitachi D = Deskstar, M = Megascale, U = Ultrastar S = Standard, N = NAS?, H = Helium 5C = CoolSpin technology, 72 = 7200rpm? 80 = Full capacity — 4TB 80 = Capacity this model, 40 = 4TB A = Generation code L = 26.1mm z-height E6 = 512e SATA 6Gb/s, 52 = 512e SAS 6Gb/s, N6 = 4Kn SATA 6Gb/s, 42 = 4Kn SAS 12Gb/s 0 = Reserved (2 = Reserved) y = Data security mode, 0 = instant secure erase, 1 = data encryption, 4 = secure erase, 5 = TCG encryption


LOL Lotta XXX (devil)


Now that’s showing your age!



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Buffalo Linkstation 520 2-Bay  NAS Enclosure - [LS520DE-EU] £69 delivered @ Box
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Nice little unit for those that don't want to spend a small fortune getting a set up together. It's for the enclosure only (No drives) If you already have some decent drives to add… Read more
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Roflmao i thought I was the only person who says it as it is brutally!


Doesn't matter if they have it tattooed on their ass cheek it doesn't change consumer law. They are 100% legally obligated to accepted DOA returns, the contract of sale is between you and them and consumer law dictates that they must either fully refund or exchange products that arrive faulty. This INCLUDES any postage to return the DOA product, the buyer should not be a PENNY out of pocket. Come on guys, know your consumer rights, don't let these assholes fob you off!


I’ve recently purchased this with twin 3TB drives and used the RAID1 option to give mirrored storage. I was impressed with the build quality and ease of setup. It may have some average reviews but it works extremely well with a MAC setup.


It's in their returns policy, supposedly to speed things up and for newbies , if is worth challenging in court is another matter but i believe ebuyer have a similar approach, 6mth warranty on items, after that it's back to the manufacturer to sort stuff out


Is that even legal?

WD Red 4TB NAS Optimised 3.5 inch SATA III Hard Drive - £83.99 Delivered @ Maplin
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Free delivery and a great price for the 4TB version. Mine's going into my Synology NAS. These are designed and tested for 24/7 runtime, primarily for NAS devices, not desktops. A… Read more

warranty claim with WD rather than send back for a refund


I ordered two and one is DOA. Gutted.


Finally arrived today. Full retail box with 3 year warranty.


Yep, all gone now. Expired too.


OOS :( expired

WD RED 3 TB NAS Hard Drive In stock on April 10, 2018 Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Target audience: Prosumer, SOHO and workgroups or users who want to enjoy streaming media, backing up PCs, file sharing and managing digital content quickly and easily Designed an… Read more

Put them next to the big noisy core switches in the data centre.


how do you stop the clunk every 5 seconds the reds make?


The pound was worth more 4 years ago.


It shows as £88.95 for me now so expired on ebuyer? 😞


4 years ago the pound was worth $1.70.

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340g Whole Earth Organic NAS or Hi Oleic Crunchy/Smooth Peanut Butter £2 rollback from £3 @ ASDA
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
it's back down to £2 - Have a peanut butter Easter. Cheaper to buy organic than standard as that is £3. Whole Earth is natural peanut butter with no added sugar. "Our hi-olei… Read more
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Saturated fat is still being condemned? The sugar and margarine companies still having their way? Good price for the organic (y)


When will these types of companies get it, people who like organic are prepared to pay the extra to ditch the plastic they already pay through the nose for the porduct. :(


Great find though if you like the crunchy version you can get 1kg for £5 at B & M!


Nice find - we usually have this in and at £2, cracking value. Heat added (strong)

RAVPower FileHub Plus,Wireless Travel Router, SD Card Reader / USB Portable Hard Drive Companion, DLNA/NAS Sharing Media Streamer -Includes 6700mah Power Bank - £27.99 del w/ promo - Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Hey all. Saw this on hukd hack in December didn't actually get around to purchasing but it seems to be back and at a better price with the promo applied. Haven't looked into other … Read more

Just bought this a week ago for £37, any chance I can get the diffence back, never done this sorta thing before espically with "fulfilled by" items.


Hi! Prior to posting I searched all ravpower active deals, this item wasn't shown. I can see site admin revived a thread of this item from January at roughly the same time I posted this. Sorry if it's a duplicate.


Can you install a vpn on it? Lots of people on windscribe deal would like it if so for their tv and firestick etc to get netflix us.


I tried this and had Chromecast issues when browsing media from an iPhone or iPad on the TV. My Android phone was OK with it though.


It's currently on the front page, didn't spot the date.

TerraMaster F4-220 NAS Server 4-Bay Intel Dual Core 2.41GHz 2GB RAM Network RAID Storage (Amazon Lightning Deal)
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
id been considering a synology ds218j to manage my make my media accesible for a home network but saw this on lightning deal which appears to be excellent value for a 4 bay. good … Read more
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Yes but one stream only processor isn't very good for software encoding


Yes, I do. Did you have to train to become such a pedant, or were you born like it? :D


its back on, but not as a lighting deal. the headphones are still not going through with the AUHH5TMQ code. must have been a one time use code or its not stackable


my mistake


Oh well it too late. Deal no longer available

My Cloud EX2 Ultra Diskless NAS (Recertified) - £72.49 @ WD Store
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
My Cloud EX2 Ultra Diskless NAS (Recertified) Only £72.49 with Free Delivery

If you don't want it I will buy it of you.


Any comparison with the Seagate cloud drive thingy equivalent?


Not showing stock anymore for me.


It must have an app for cctv. On wd website there is a list of compatible cameras. Some synology nas has this option. For this price I am willing to try it. If it is good enough for me i will invest in decent HDDs. If it is not what i want it goes on ebay.


Anything started with term Cloud under WD products you won't be able to connect to PC directly using USB, you must attached the Cloud through Ethernet cable e.g. from Sky/Virgin router to My Cloud then you can access the My Cloud from your PC under Network shortcut (on Windows 10 under File Explorer) and then you will see your My Cloud (after you initialize your my cloud very first time). Only five steps to configure the drive and I believe WD Cloud provides the simplest guide :) . You can use this My Cloud for daily stuff incl. CCTV and you get 2 free CCTV Licence too (but not sure you will get with Re-certified tho). Only software I will recommend you not to use on this NAS is Resilio Sync (best software for daily use) but use so much NAS RA :)

WD 10 TB NAS Hard Drive - Red (Used - Very Good) £223.22 Amazon Warehouse
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
WD 10 TB NAS Hard Drive - Red £223.00 Amazon in the warehouse deals.

Not only do I have to backup my own data, I do backups for my wife, parents & siblings. They all take too many photo's and videos on their phones. They all expect me to have backups of everything. I guess its like most families.


Just recently got a NAS with two 4tb drives for less from Amazon. Granted it wasn't the newer model with WD red drives but the NAS manufacturer gives a few years, 24 hour, warranty so even though they are Seagate drives it's not too bad. I bought a Seagate barracuda 2tb to replace one of the drives, yet again, in my old Iomega nas but it doesn't seem to work alongside the older barracuda for some reason. From Amazon and the warranty is showing up as an oem drive. At least I got an atom based NAS with 8tb of drives, twin network ports, 2gb memory, hot swappable drives and 4 usb ports for just over £160 so I don't have to continue using my older 256mb arm based nas.


WD are awesome, great HDD's however unless you have a large music collection or do editing 10TB isnt required :)


Raid or storage spaces (y)


Cold 10tb isnt even big enough for my porn collection

Seagate 3 TB IronWolf 3.5 Inch 5900 RPM Internal Hard Drive for 1-8 Bay NAS Systems (64 MB Cache, 180 TB/Year Workload Rate, Up to 180 MB/s) £84.20 Amazon
Found 28th FebFound 28th Feb
IronWolf is an ideal companion for your NAS for 24 × 7 remote access, backups and file sharing from anywhere, making sharing ideas easy Dual-plane balance and rotational vibration… Read more

Rebrand/rework of Seagate's legendarily bad 2TB/3TB drives from a while ago. Not recommended.


Now £80.67. have some heat...


Does op have a fetish for hard drives

WD 8 TB NAS Hard Drive - Red £219.98 Amazon
Found 28th FebFound 28th Feb
Target audience: Prosumer, SOHO and Workgroups or users who want to enjoy streaming media, backing up PCs, file sharing and managing digital content quickly and easily Designed an… Read more

After check in camelcamelcamel, the price is great.


the downvotes make no sense this is a wicked price if I hadn't stocked myself up on 4TB drives for 97 quid I'd go for this in a heartbeat good post OP keep posting deals despite weird HUKD herd behaviour


Good price


Seems a good price to me.

Western Digital 4TB Intellipower SATA 6Gb/s 64 MB Cache 3.5-Inch NAS Desktop Hard Disk Drive - Red (WD40EFRX) £109.57 Sold by MercadoActual and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 28th FebFound 28th Feb
NAS experience with NASware 3.0 and up to a massive 4 TB capacity Most NAS partner compatibility-testing list available Expanded NAS solutions with 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch form fac… Read more

£109.96 sold by Amazon. I'd pay the extra 39p to get direct from a multi-national, tax dodging behemoth.

WD RED 3 TB NAS Hard Drive £86.28 delivered Sold by NEW MEDIA PC and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 24th FebFound 24th Feb
WD RED 3 TB NAS Hard Drive @ Amazon
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Personally prefer Seagate, but why assume someone new is no good, start ups deserve a chance too?


Seagate replace drives outside the warranty period do they?


It's outside the warranty what are they going to do 🍺


I had a WD Red fail just outside warranty period and WD wouldn't replace it. So I bought a Seagate Ironwolf to replace it, won't be buying WD again.


Jaysus, i paid 71 pounds back in 2016, and that wasn't the best deal at the time...

Synology DS216Play 2 Bay Desktop NAS Enclosure - Amazon - £193.63
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Good Price after long time 4K Ultra HD video transcoding on the fly Powerful dual-core CPU with H.265 codec support 107.7 MB/s Reading, 91.47 MB/s Writing DLNA certified for… Read more
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I attached a raspberry pi 2 (Kodi 17.6) to a DS 214+ and never had any issues with format or speed but will soon replace the raspberry with something more powerful.


Looking at qnap ts-231p2 which is in similar price band as this better than synology...any advice please


It’s a bit of a ballache. You need the the command line version of Handbrake as a prerequisite.


Nearly went for the 216j at christmas so glad i didn't. DS118 and Video Station work perfect for all mkv, mp4 and avi vids i've used so far.


All of my files are MKV DTS. Am I wasting my time looking at a NAS/Plex. If so can someone please suggest an alternative.

WD Red 6 TB NAS Hard Drive - £166.99 @ Amazon
Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
WD RED 6TB 3.5" SATA 6GB/s 64MB Hard Drive Price history: I'm building server from scratch and I was wai… Read more

I can only buy 3? How am I going to fill my 6 bay NAS?!


Prefer the Synology software, so versatile. Saying that, my brother loves Qnap's no nonsense drive expandability. At two drives I'd go Synology, more drives? Qnap maybe.


So was I initially. Was looking at the ds218play to be able to play 4K but watching this vid made me think the qnap ts453a-4G is better. Way more ram and an hdmi port for direct connection.


Definitely go with a Synology. I am using these in a DS2413+


If you dont mind me asking what Nas are you going for? Im after one too, tempted by a synology one.

QNAP TS-251+ 2GB RAM 2 Bay NAS £298.80 @ Amazon
Found 18th FebFound 18th Feb
Was looking for this model and found this is the cheapest online. Let me know if anyone found lower than this. thanks
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No idea. Sorry. All I can say is this works wonderfully well for Plex and backing up photos and vids from all our smart devices automatically. Had I seen a good deal on a Synology NAS I'd probably have quite happily bought that.


is this a good NAS compared to sinology DS218+?


I bought this a week ago for £269 from, was this price on Amazon for a little while too. I don't think this will be as low as years 15-16, if it's £240-270 it's a good deal


I got this exact model from Amazon with 2X 4GB WD Red NAS drives for this price a few years ago. Keep you peeled. NAS prices seem to glitch quite regularly.


Good to post a hot deal price needs to low and saving great in the market ..try google ..camel 3 .the yellow sticker is a very local deal and limited .

Synology DS418PLAY 4 Bay Diskless Desktop NAS - £294.97 at Laptops Direct
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Been shopping around for one of these for a while, and suddenly Laptops Direct knock a good £100 or more off the price! (This model is normally more like £450) No prior experience… Read more
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Nice one. I saw your post, added one to the basket, then researched an online review, returned to hotukdeals to see the posts re price increase so went back and checked out, still showing at the reduced price. I paid, received confirmation email but a short while later received a phone call saying the item was out of stock at this price but I could order elsewhere for the RRP. I declined of course. Ah well... Oh and enjoy your new toy :)


I ordered immediately before posting the deal, maybe by 10-15 minutes or so? It arrived yesterday and is currently sat on my shelf waiting for some drives to show up!


Congrats! When did you order exactly


Seems like they're honouring it! Arriving tomorrow, according to DPD - hopefully some others got lucky too, and apologies if you missed out.


Good luck!

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