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Western Digital Green 240GB SATA M.2 2280 Internal SSD 240GB £43.49 @ Amazon
Found 16 h, 48 m agoFound 16 h, 48 m ago
Also have 120GB for only £27.98: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Western-Digital-1413542-Green-internal/dp/B078WYRR9S/ ENHANCED STORAGE FOR YOUR EVERYDAY COMPUTING NEEDS For fast perf… Read more
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LOL, my 2012 Crucial M4 whips it!


If only it would fit my Macbook Pro mid 2014


Good price but a relatively slow drive.my 4 year old OCZ arc100 whips it!

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Western Digital Green 240GB SSD for £39.99 delivered @ Amazon
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
I thought this was a pretty decent price for a well known brand 3D NAND SSD. I believe they are price matching eBuyer. Specs: Green 3D NAND SSD 240GB. 2.5” SATA 6GB/s / SLC / 545 … Read more
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For the Mac did you enable TRIM? That’s caught me out a few times when installing SSDs?


Been trying this drive in a few set-ups since I got one for sub 40 lately. The advertised specs are VERY optimistic. In reality, you'll be lucky to get much more than 350 read and 280 writes on it. True, it will PEAK at the advertised speeds, but only in lab conditions. For the same money, you can get, say a Kingston Drive which performs much faster, as will the Toshiba OCZ's. You might say that for the money it's okay, but if you bear in mind that a 3tb Toshiba spinner will go close to 200mb read and writes these days, then the real value of it becomes a bit clearer. I have tried in MacBook, couple of PPC's and via a USB 3.0 hub, so quite a range. It still is outrageous value at under forty quid, but it is left well behind on benchmarks, either black magic or various pc apps....


You could use EaseUS or similar HDD clone software.


I have a curupt normal HD in my inspiron which I bought new from Dell about 2 years ago. If I bought this how would I go about replacing the windows copy I have? Thank you


Only announced last week but I would think within the next month or two.

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New - 2TB Western Digital My Passport Ultra £55.99 with free delivery in Blue or Wild Berry @ Western Digital
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Another good option for some external storage with this. They aren't recertified units, these are brand new drives. You can back up to the drive itself or use the cloud service (re… Read more

Price has gone back up


They should work fine on a PS4 since they are USB 3.0 compatible.


Why wouldn’t you be able to? Fire up Disk Utility and format it like you would any other disk. Worst “I own a Mac” post ever, also it’s OS X, not OSX.


What's the warranty? Can't see it on the spec page.


Anyone know how to re-format it to use with Mac 🖥 OSX? Thanks 8)

Wd 2tb harddrives - £47.99 @ Western Digital
Found 4th AugFound 4th Aug
Plenty of 2tb in all colours harddrives on the wd website RECERTIFIED. Hope it helps some one.

Waiting for the 4TB to come in stock :(


Bargain then!


Faulty. Viruses. Full of someone elses home made porn lol


Big fan of WD refurb drives - I currently have about three of them and they are all (touch wood) working fine... However, with the number of refurb drives appearing lately, you have to wonder... why do they need refurbing in the first place?


Yip again lol

Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
DON'T LET THE PRETTY FACE FOOL YOU My Passport Ultra is a sleek and powerful storage device. Behind the colorful exterior are seven generations of innovation and reliability. Mill… Read more
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All out of stock now


I've had a few recertified drives from here and been using them for about 8 months so far with no issues.


I have 3 in daily use over a year. No issues with them. My last WD was powered up 5 years continuously before it got a smart error.


Some would say yes and some would say no. The way I look at it is any drive could fail at any time whether it be recertified or new


Brand new sealed 1tb for £50 or a recertfied 2tb for £45 https://www.wdc.com/en-gb/products/wd-recertified/my-passport-for-mac.html#RWDBCGL0020BSL-EESN Is the recertificied stuff reliable?

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WD MY BOOK 3tb (NEW DESIGN) RECERTIFIED - £54.99 @WD. 30 Day money back guarantee, free delivery
Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
TRUSTED AND LOVED HIGH-CAPACITY STORAGE. REIMAGINED DESIGN. Compact outside. Powerful inside. Store massive amounts of photos, videos, music and documents with My Book desktop sto… Read more
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What's the main difference between the newer edition and old? Amazon is full of backlash against new ones.


I bought the 4tb from there for £59.99 recently... Maybe worth holiding out for the extra fiver.


Yeah I see now. Just thought it was a bit strange


It was taken directly from their site


AHH ok (y) Thanks for fixing the title

My Passport Ultra 4TB Recertified £59.99 @ Western Digital
Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
£15/TB. White & Burgandy in stock

Would also not recommend. Have had 2 of 4TB size and found daily an increase in the number of sectors that had read errors.


Only the 3tb is in stock




1 day ill get one of these! :)


Exactly the same happened to me, it has been 5 weeks now. I ended up opening a paypal dispute. I have ordered other items from them that arrived without issue. But just note that if there is an issue they are pretty terrible to deal with.

3TB My Book Recertified £49.99 @ Western Digital
Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug

Recertified new 3tb on WD Outlet £54.99 free delivery !


I don't understand but 3TB AND 4TB cost 49.99




You can't use these 3.5" drives with Xbox or PS4 for internal use. 3.5" drives use additional power from mains. However you can use it as an external hard drive for storing games. With PS4 you can change the internal hard drive max to 2TB as long as it's 2.5" form factor. Anything larger than 2TB won't fit inside the PS4 has the hard drives are thicker in dimensions. With the Xbox One internal hard drive is not supported. I don't think we will see any 2.5" hard drives larger than 2TB at 7.5mm thickness for many years.


I bought a WD recertified drive and it has developed errors after only 5 weeks. They will only cover postage during the 30 day return period as well so be careful.

6TB My Book Recertified £89.99 @ Western Digital
Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
Works out at £15/TB.

These are broken & fixed externals, I wouldn't be keeping my family photos on this for a backup. Probably fine for stuff that's not important though.


Got mine delivered and they sent me the 2tb passport instead. Now I emailed them about the error and they say I've got to send it back, they'll refund me and I can order again. But there's no more of these drives.


WD are one of the worst for reliability for both their enterprise and consumer drives. Not saying they are all going to die but definitely had worse luck with them. But seeing as this is only one of the multiple copies of your critical data that you going to have right, then its not so much of an issue.


More than likely


The 6tb mybook I got had a wd blue drive 5400 rpm. It's taking a long time to back up stuff but at least it's another copy of a copy I have.

Western Digital Green 240GB Sata M2 Internal SSD now £42.02 delivered @ Amazon
Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
Lowest ever price Enhanced Storage For Your Everyday Computing Needs For fast performance and reliability, WD Green SSDs boost the everyday computing experience in your deskto… Read more
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Same here at £42, but is still showing at £47.48


Fek missed it


Is this a Nvme?


Unfortunately, no.


Thanks OP Heat added Also available from Amazon in the sata format at £42.98 . Follow the link to Amazon and just click 'Sata' rather than 'M2' in the style section....

WD MY BOOK RECERTIFIED 2TB. 30 day money back guarantee and free delivery. £38.99 @ WD Store
Refreshed 2nd AugRefreshed 2nd Aug
Help protect precious memories with USB 3.0 connectivity, WD Backup software, Acronis True Image WD Edition system-level backup software, and hardware encryption. Massive Capacity… Read more
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This isn't the network version is it?


Still in stock!!! (y)


I meant it was slow reading and loading content and always turned itself off


I can argue with that, plugged in to my USB 3.1 port copying from ssd with 130MB/s not mbps! Just got it today, don't think that's slow for a usb hdd


Need some storage, just looking at this and also the WD Elements SE portable drive (2TB, £47.49). Are the larger "My Book" style drives, with their own power supplies, generally more reliable and longer lasting than smaller portable drives? I'm guessing they are. Also any idea what the SE stands for in the "WD Elements SE" drive? Thanks.

Western Digital 240gb SSD £41.99 delivered @ ebuyer/amazon
Found 30th JulFound 30th Jul
Great price for a 240gb ssd sata connection from Western digital and delivered by ebuyer. Daily deal only. Specs: Description Product Description Green 3D NAND SSD 240GB. 2.5" S… Read more

Still available, now £42.98


would this work as an external drive for a xbox one s? The official required specs for a game drive are 256GB or higher. I'm after a cheapo SSD to run Destiny 2 off of to cut down on the ridiculous load times.


No. I can't link as my internet is acting up, but search for MyCloud or Passport vulnerabilities. There are many.


Was about to bite but total £65.93 due to DPD. Went for this 4TB as needed another NAS £102.23 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Buffalo-LS210D0401-EU-4TB-LinkStation-Desktop/dp/B00IAE6O7G/ (two weeks dispatch). Hot deal Op.


Google the P300 3TB Toshiba, you can get them for under £60 from Aria.

4TB My Book Recertified £52.99 @ Western Digital
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul

Thank you. I couldn't see that for looking.


I bought several of these for a RAID config and they all died shortly outside warranty. Avoid




Don't think so, do you not need a NAS for plex?


6 months. Yes the drive is removable.

6TB My Book Recertified £79.99 @ Western Digital
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Works out at £13.33/TB 4TB @ £61.99 Also available (£15.50/TB)

Interesting you got an older green drive, they're pretty long in the tooth now, the recertified blue model has been fine for me in a synology nas. Older model design?


wd60ezrx in mine - anyone know if I need to wdidle it for use in a nas?


Got my WD 6tb My Book delivered yesterday. Plugged in to PC today to find it appearing then disappearing from windows explorer. Wasn't sure what was causing it and thought it may be the power supply but as I had another USB 3.0 cable in the PC I decided to try that. Drive now working and currently being scanned for bad sectors. Box said tested/working on it so I guess they test the drives using different cables from those in the boxes therefore testing only the drive on return. May contact WD but if it works I don't see the point in returning the whole thing which is what I guess they will say. Anyone opened one up yet to find what drive is inside?


After many months of trying, i managed to grab a drive from WD as well, i thought i had missed out, but i got the confirmation email yesterday. Should be good to go in the NAS


I got the 6tb at £89.99 on prime day yes. But prime day also had the student15 discount code for orders over £60. Hence £74.99. (y) 🏻

Western Digital 4TB Intellipower SATA 6Gb/s 64 MB Cache 3.5-Inch NAS Desktop Hard Disk Drive - Red (WD40EFRX)
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
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

It's mental that they still haven't sorted this out... I remember them doing the same for a WD red drive that I bought 6 years ago. Took a few attempts before they finally shipped a properly packaged drive that wasn't DOA.


Last time I bought 4 of WD Reds Pro and they fit into the cardboard box perfectly. However if someone ordered 1 or 2 I could imagine they would be too loose. My WDs came from EU and I registered them at WD and got 5 years of warranty without any issues.


Been buying WD Reds from amazon for years never had any problems and even if one when when faulty I know they would replace or refund even after 2 years


I'd pay the extra premium to buy it from someone other than Amazon. Reading reviews amazon has all sort of trouble with insufficient packaging and being imported from outside of EU which means they're not covered under the warranty


I'd avoid Amazon for hard drives. They still haven't grasped the concept of packaging hard drives and send them loose inside cardboard boxes. Bought a few over the last 2 months, all have gone back after numerous complaints to CS

Western Digital WD Blue 1tb m.2 SATA III SSD WDS100T2B0B - £164.98 (free delivery) at Amazon.co.uk.
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Seems to be a pretty good price. Product Description Built for enhanced reliability, WD Blue 3D NAND SATA SSDs offer high capacity, enhanced power efficiency, and blazing speed. C… Read more
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Ah, nuts. Hadn't realised. Will expire now. Had been a couple of other places such as Ebuyer and Laptops direct that had it for only a few quid more, but looks like they've gone back up in price now.


Was a good deal, shame it expired was looking at buying it this morning.

Western Digital WDS100T2B0B WD Blue 3D NAND SATA SSD Internal Storage M.2, 1TB - Black at Amazon for £187.56
Found 4th JulFound 4th Jul
Product Description: Built for enhanced reliability, WD Blue 3D NAND SATA SSDs offer high capacity, enhanced power efficiency, and blazing speed. Combined with 1.75M hours MTTF, up… Read more

Indeed, luckily should something go wrong WD have one of the best RMA processes in this business so no need to deal with the retailer. ;)


Yes, but it's ebuyer


Yeah, it's good if you have to have it tomorrow. I'd imagine Amazon might even have some good deals on Prime Day, so could be worth waiting if you don't need it tomorrow. :)


Oh damn, so it is! (y) I guess the only benefit of this is if you have Prime, free next day delivery. Next day delivery from Ebuyer brings it to near identical price.


£181.41 at eBuyer with free delivery.

Found 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
Recertified models of My Passport external hard drive for sale at western digital website. 49% off. 1TB £31.99. 2TB £46.99. USB 3.0. Free delivery. Many colours to choose f… Read more
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Hi everyone I need a reliable external 1tb hard drive can someone please share a link


I have had 3 recert drives from there and they're all going strong. my 2TB has got to be at least 4 years old and no fail yet


Bought a 2TB one earlier this year for £31.99 and last year got the 1TB for £21.99


WD have had a terrible* 18 months for HDD failure rates, so many people wouldnt buy a new one, let alone a recertified one. If you want a reliable external drive, buy a decent enclosure and a Hitachi drive. * Nearly as bad as Seagate failure rates for every one of the last 15 years.


Recert models are bad, they seem good because they are cheaper but they arent. The failure rate is much higher. I'd spend the extra and get the new item instead, £4 in the case of the 1tb model.

WD My Cloud 6TB Recertified | £104.99 @ Western Digital
Found 29th JunFound 29th Jun
4TB | £79.99 also available Save everything in one place and access it from anywhere with your PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet. Protect your files with automatic file backup for all… Read more

I have five recertified WD drives inc My Book and My Cloud, all over 3 years old and they all work perfectly, so "literally NOT anyone, ever" So its just your OPINION and not based on ANY FACTS, these drives are fully tested by the manufacturer and come with a full warranty


Literally anyone that's bought a recertified drive. ever.


Do you have proof?


Nah I'm good. Most recertified external drives tend to have a substantially shorter shelf life, so I'd rather just buy something new from factory. Thanks though.


Be faster. ;)

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