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Western Digital 20% Student Discount
Found 12 h, 12 m agoFound 12 h, 12 m ago
I have checked and this was not coming up when I searched hence apologies if it has been posted before. If you have an education email address you can get 20% off the store at We… Read more
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Or beer


There have been no Reds for about a fortnight now, except the 10TB. Though the 20% essentially brings it down to Amazon etc prices usually.


What a nightmare of a site to use on iPad. Finally got there and no Reds in stock only 8 to 10tb ffs!


Thanks will order a red and at least I know it won’t be a fake or recert plus 20% off


That’s what I did as well. I thought that was a great saving. ;)

2TB Western Digital WD My Passport (Recertified) 45.99 but 40.99 with code 5OFFWDUK  code
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
First deal, not sure if posted elsewhere. Western Digital are reselling their 2TB drives and I bit the bullet and bought one. They're priced at 45.99 but with the code 5OFFWDUK cam… Read more

£3.97 cash back from Quidco


That is a good deal mate ... nice


Cheers its cool, i have emailed LG .. see what they recomend (y) 🏻


I would try the recording to the HDD for you but I don’t even have a tv aerial to plug into the TV as I just use a Sky Q box.


missed yesterday's deal so I grabbed a 1TB one now for £27.99 after using the code 5OFFWDUK Cheers Op!

WD Elements Desktop (Recertified) 2TB  USB 3.0 only 37.59 (with Code ) Delivered  @ Western digital
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
Thanks to Micheal.mcnally for the code.When connected to a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port, you can access and save files and transfer your HD movies faster than ever.For years, millions … Read more

Yep, as long as its on your account and its a failure. They do record the serial number.


I think you can use it for a PS4 because it has a 3.0 usb but am not sure


2 year warranty sounds good from CEX. Is it no quibble?


Wont you invalidate your warranty if you crack them open? im assuming most HD's have manufacturing info on them. My point is the warranty is too short. I rather go for 2 years and a chance of getting my money back, than 6 months and no chance. They are recertified after all...


If you crack these HDD's open they've dates printed on label. This WD HDD from this deal click.

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Western Digital WDS240G2G0B WD 240 GB Internal SSD M.2 SATA, Green £34.97 @ Amazon
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
Western Digital are a great branded of hard drives. I've never had one fail on me. This M.2 drive is great for thise wanting a fast boot. ENHANCED STORAGE FOR YOUR EVERYDAY COMP… Read more
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Does this help


I have a HP Probook 455 G3 running quite slowly.. would I be able to swap out the HDD for this?


M2 SSDs are not intrinsically faster than Sata. I wouldn't even bother buying M2 unless it's NVME with at least double the speeds of SATA (like some of those cheaper Adata ones which still break through 1000mbps). It's just wasting the space where you can put a genuinely fast drive in. This drive is interchangeable with the likes of the Kingston A400 SSDs in my eyes.


Great price Recently installed this on a Asus rog laptop as boot drive. Super fast now fixed 100% disk usage bug that was driving me nuts :)


Thank you. Wondered why it was so cheap.

WD My Passport SE (Recertified) 1TB only £25.59 w/code @ Western Digital [See OP]
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
EDIT: WD element SE 1TB still available wd.com/en-gb/products/wd-recertified/wd-elements-se.html Today only 20% off Recertified and Outlet @ WD Cheaper than the £5 voucher by… Read more

mine turned up this afternoon, brilliant price and super quick delivery.


I don’t like cartoons.


Pity all those people weren't as amazingly wise and clever as you, I suppose. An off-site backup - it's definitely a profound, ingenius and original idea. Give it a rest. Let people do their backups (or not) their way, and you do yours your way. You're not adding any non-obvious information to this thread. You're just gloating about your uber-smart 5TB Hentai multi-backup scheme.


Not trying to get the better of anyone, I’ve just known far to many people trust external hard drives for backups and be shocked when they lose all their data.


Well that’s pretty obvious isn’t it? I merely stated what the definition of a backup was dependent on the scenario. Off site backup would be good practise. This site makes me laugh, everyone jumping down your throat and trying to get one better on people.

WD MY Passport (recertified) 1TB only £27.99 with code 5OFFWDUK
Found 8th DecFound 8th Dec
Back in stock WD My Passport (recertified) 1TB version. All colours available except orange. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Formatted for Windows® 10, Windows 8 or Windows 7 operating… Read more

Must of missed it! Mind you it gets a bit manic this time of year.


Nope, i found that deal here as well:)


Good for you, did you post it as a deal? :)


Couple weeks ago, i purshased this price but for new one.


Thanks for the heads up. (y)

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WD My Passport (recertified) 2TB £45.99
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
All colours back in stock. UPDATE only Yellow left. The My Passport portable drive is trusted to store the massive amounts of photos, videos and music you love. Available in an a… Read more
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Sneaky buggers. Did it on incognito : )


It's still available.. one per customer it seems. Use a different browser and account. May work.


Just tried that but doesn't work? Has it ended? (I have just ordered ano one previously as it only gave you the 5 off one drive, so I thought I'd do two separate orders but the second order isn't applying the discount?)


Top deal, just what I needed. Thanks!


Has someone used this generation of drives under Linux? The instructions I found are contradictory and outdated. Thanks.

WD 1TB MY PASSPORT (RECERTIFIED) £27.99 @ Western Digital
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
1TB portable recertified external WD hard drive for £27.99 using code 5OFFWDUK. The answer is YES it can be used for PS4/XBOX.

Does this one work with ps4?


Ordered, many thanks for posting... :)


Yes, sometimes maybe, but the 4GB sizes are rare in any colour or form. They always seen to have a lot of 1 or 2GB size,


Thank you... Ordered the ultra version for £26.99...I don't know the difference but I like the sound of the ultra bit... (lol)


I would think so, I have one for my Xbox one, I was looking for a 2tb drive, but there did not seem to be one on their site, I intend using this for recording off of my tv

Ends Today : Crucial MX500 500GB SSD for £56.52/ WD Blue 1 TB For £118.03 Delivered w/c @ Ebay Ebuyer
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Specifications Life Expectancy (MTTF): 1.8 million hours Data Transfer Software: Acronis® True Image™ for Crucial® cloning software Operating Temperature: 0°C to 70°C Firmw… Read more

Did you try it today, I tried it before posting. :)


Tried to order ssd last night & it wouldn't take discount off any ssd


It will replace any 2.5" hardrive as there both the same size,so yes!


I have a 17 inch VPCEJ Sony laptop from 2012, would this fit does anybody know?

1TB or 2TB WD ELEMENTS PORTABLE (RECERTIFIED) £26.99/£39.99 @ Western Digital
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
1TB/2TB portable recertified external WD hard drive for £26.99/£39.99 using code 5OFFWDUK

Does this work on PS4 aswell I assume?


As far as Im aware, any USB3 drive over 256GB in size will work with the Xbox one (so that's pretty much ANY drive on sale at the moment) (y)


Yes i am using one i bought from WD 2yrs ago and still going strong was a recertified one. I transfer all my big games on there because i only have the 500gb xbox.


Can you use this as an add on for an Xbox


whats the warranty on these? Its a piece of paper with writing on it, Shirley? 6 monf's mate ..but they still good , if they last siz months , they'll likjley last 5 years (y)

My Cloud Home NAS (Recertified) 4TB £94.99 - With Code - Western Digital NAS also 3TB and 2TB
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
4TB £94.99 3TB £84.99 2TB £79.99 The 4TB will sell out in a flash so don't hesitate. The all-new My Cloud Home storage device plugs directly into your Wi-Fi router at home so you … Read more

4TB back in stock! Just got one. Go go go...


For anyone looking at shared drives its very useless for it. however, you can make a shared drive by placing them in a public forder and mapping that by mapping to its i.p address. However it cant be seen externally so a bit useless too. Also the usb port drive cant be used to backup the My Home - meaning if this failed its a endgame for the data. Plus to copy from a usb drive to this it has to be done on the mobile app. Awful device WD stores supports terrible too. im trying to get a refund - paypal are assisting as they ignore you - read the reviews online - i made the mistake of not doing so


Thanks for the info. I may have to get one with high capacity to push it to its limits. It sounds like they have screwed everything down so the less tech users have a simpler experience. I mean 95% of people I know would still have a hard time getting their head around why this would be any use, while at least half of them will be using some kind of remote cloud, and many of them paying regularly for the service. Sometimes simple is better, like for my friends who have all the holiday photos they have ever taken on the one SD card that they bought with the camera, and think that their pics are safe and that it is where they should be stored!


It mounts a network drive in Windows by way of the WD Discovery software. So have to login with this first each time before it mounts the network drive. Its not possible in Linux as there is no software for it. There is no mounted network drive in Android except an anonymous unsecure samba share. Can use this for Kodi. The samba share is fast transfer... Everything else is slow. The filesystem on the cloud is kddfs... Never heard of that before. It does backup with Googlecloud , dropbox & one drive copies it all, can't select folders. There is 2 way sync and backup through 3rd party Windows10 apps.


So no mounting of shared volumes even?

My Cloud NAS (Recertified) 5TB £114.99 Western Digital NAS
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
It's the older style but decent price for the 5TB WD Red that'll be inside. This will sell out in a FLASH so don't hesitate if you want it. More info on Recertified NAS and HDD fr… Read more

Check on the other Home offer, someone who has one has explained the differences.


Are there any differences between the two models or is it just storage size?


Avoid this then as I'm a computer programmer and the off site access using their awful software just does not work. Their forums are full of people with problems accessing their data off site. Great as a standalone home network storage but nothing more.


I haven’t had experience with the ‘Home’ but even the old one will do what you’re after. Are you sure you have it in your basket? If you haven’t already completed the purchase I would be very surprised it is still there. But if it is, grab the 5TB and if it doesn’t meet your needs then all you need to buy is an empty NAS of your choice and pull the 5TB out. A 5TB WD red will cost considerably more anywhere else.


Reminds me of an Xbox 360


I've got a 6 tb My book, nice drive, considering there awful mycloud only 3tb left, but with code 50 quid,, never bought a Recertified, it's only for movies, see what we get, they have red decent drives in them, as there designed to be run.


Once it goes on HUKD it'll be sold out within a few hours if it's a truly great deal.


Ok how do I do that? Thanks


Guys - set up your deal alerts - gotta get in quick!


sold out expect for 3TB version

Western Digital WDS240G2G0B WD 240 GB Internal SSD M.2 SATA, Green - £34.97 @ Amazon
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Western Digital Western Digital WDS240G2G0B WD 240 GB Internal SSD M.2 SATA, Green Credit to Rich 44 for find at higher price last week

Thanks, I got this, but I am still not sure about what comes in the Laptop? http://uk.crucial.com/gbr/en/compatible-upgrade-for/Dell/latitude-3390


Should work. I would use the tool on the Crucial website to check what's compatible with the model you have. Don't have to buy from there but it will give you an idea of what specific RAM and SSD upgrade you can do. I bought a Dell Inspiron on the outlet last Thursday and checked like that before buying this SSD to add to the laptop (since it comes with a 2TB HDD only but has a m.2 slot).


I bought a Dell 3390 Latitude from the outlet that has 128GB and wanted to upgrade the drive. The delivery is still a least a week away, The order confirmation spec sheet says: H0FCY M.2 SSD SATA Hard Drive Bracket JNH00 128GB M.2 SATA SSD CLASS 20 Anyone know if I can use this is well?


I didn't know it was a deal or I would have posted it myself lol


Shocking! Have some heat!

20% off (approx) Western Digital
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
WD have a sale on today only 15GBP off 75 35GBP off 150 75GBP off 300
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Just checked now - looks like the code has expired.


savemore seems to be not working now, can anyone else confirm. Tried to get a 10TB Red, 8TBs not in stock, code rejected.


just bagged one WD Red pro 10TB for £236.20. I just wonder why WD gold 10TB (out of stock) and Red 10TB are same price? Are they both same with different brand names or WD gold better than red pro? any ideas guys (y)


Ah, perfect - thanks!


https://www.wd.com/en-gb/products/accessories/my-passport-wireless-pro-neoprene-case.html#WDBDRF0000NBK-WASN%20 Cheapest thing I could find

20% OFF Western Digital External Drives + Free Shipping (Black Friday Offer 22/11-25/11) @WesternDigital, eg. 6TB 3.5'' External Hard Drive
Refreshed 22nd NovRefreshed 22nd NovShipping from NetherlandsShipping from Netherlands
Example: Western Digital 6TB External 3.5'' Previously £127.99, now £102.37 These are NEW, not Recertified. No Voucher Code Required. (External Housing contains a standard WD Blu… Read more
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I've always bought Reds for the warranty as much as anything. They've always been decent. I'm giving the 8TBs here a go, Can't get 4 in one go as max purchase is 3. So buying a couple today and a couple Sunday. I always get a bit nervous purchasing drives in multiples as I prefer to buy from different stores to avoid them coming from the same manufacturing batch, However, with the savings here I'm willing to ignore my 'rule'.




It's a WD Blue 6TB Standard drive 5400rpm (no Helium).


Do you know if the 6tb is helium filled? Does it really matter? Does the helium deplete in time and make the disk useless or am I just being paranoid?


They won't have retail Reds in them, i.e. red, Reds. They'll be white label with black text, WD don't make a 10TB Blue, so it will be helium filled. OK for a home/SMB NAS. In a small setup, whatever the marketing - the different types of drive (Blue, Red, Black, Gold) only really come into play when you have errors on the drive. How the drive deals with errors, the drives with the least vibration/noise are probably selected at production, to become Reds, but there is no proof of that. I don't believe Reds use different spindles/bearings/motors, say from Blues, maybe? It's mostly clever marketing to latch onto the fear of losing your data. Having a good backup/tested recovery process in place, is far more important than the colour of the drive.

Western Digital WDS120G2G0B WD 120 GB Internal SSD M.2 SATA Green @ Amazon £23.42
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
SLC (single-level cell) caching boosts write performance to quickly perform everyday tasks Ultra-low power-draw so you can use your laptop PC for longer periods of tim… Read more
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Good price on the 240gb too


Some heat from me, two of these are good for RAID setup :D




Have you seen any in the 2260 or 2242 sizes on offer as my laptops use those and I’d prefer to run a hard disk as well.


The WD 'Blue' 3D NAND M.2 SSDs are currently reduced to their lowest ever price at Amazon. If you have a laptop/AIO which uses M.2 SATA this looks like a good time to buy a bigger SSD if you need one. 250GB 3D NAND M.2 SSD £43.92 500GB 3D NAND SSD £81.66 The 500GB was only about £75 earlier this morning, so might be worth setting the three camels on it in case it drops back down.

MY CLOUD HOME (RECERTIFIED) 2TB  £79.99 direct from Western Digital
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
For those on the hunt for personal cloud storage! 3TB currently available as well for a bit more. Compatible with Windows 7 (64-bit only) or later and Mac OS X v10.10 or later. … Read more
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4TB back in stock! Just got one. Go go go...


You have to map it


BUt that's originally 2-3 months old!! The drives go in and out of stock pretty quickly...


Posted. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/my-cloud-home-nas-recertified-3tb-8499-and-2tb-7999-western-digital-3055771 3TB still available too (noticed it yesterday, posted in above thread).


Cheapest is probably a bog standard NON HOME -wd mycloud....they come up quite often in refurb (like this) and they seem to work ok..

MY PASSPORT (RECERTIFIED) Blue 3TB £59.99 (Free UPS Shipping) at Western Digital
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
MY PASSPORT (RECERTIFIED) Blue 3TB (Free UPS Shipping) Two colours available (the other one is £62.99 -yellow)
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I think the onus is upon the Manufacturer to prove that there is\was no fault with the product within the first 6 months of a Warranty, after that the onus falls upon the Buyer to prove that faults which occurred with goods after those 6 months were through no fault of their own, ie dropped or spilt some kind of liquid on it. From what I've read regarding hard drives they seem to last a hell of a lot longer than say Refurbished TV's which develop dead pixels or suffer from Colour bleeding issues. I could be wrong though, I'm just talking about Warranties as a whole, not just based on Hard Drives :)


Is this accurate? EDIT: Never mind, it's on the product page. That's disappointing and off-putting.


Plus 3 years vs 6 months of warranty


Subtle difference would be the little label at the back of the case says Recertified in 'name of country', and if you crack open the case it will have Recertified printed on the sticker. Other than those two differences, they're the same as new.


Should be no real major difference, recertified is the new common name over "Refurbished". They claim to give the goods a thorough inspection, as is the case with refurbished goods, but Recertified Goods tend to come with a Full Manufacturers Warranty. So technically there should be no visible difference or performance issues between "Recertified" and "New" goods apart from the Price.

1.5TB Western Digital Elements Portable HDD (Re-certified) £36.99 /  My Passport Ultra 1TB (Recertified) £29.99 delivered  @ Western Digital
Refreshed 20th NovRefreshed 20th Nov
We've had a few good external drive deals recently and this isn't too shabby either. The previous voucher code doesn't seem to work any more. £36.99 for 1.5TB storage looks good fo… Read more

Im holding until cyber Monday maybe some code will be live to get it down even more


I bought the 500gb elements for my raspberry pi for £22 the other day. Nice little drive. Going to get a couple more larger drives but holding out for better offers.


Ah I follow now! Thought it was a dimwit accusing someone of being a dimwit (excited)


My only error was failing to type '...' around 'bergers'. Perhaps I should have typed 'barstewards'? Do you get the drift now ElBuc? ...disguised swearing?


I had my previous response deleted because I suggested it was you need that needs re-education because of your bad spelling, that you meant 'beggars' or another word like that which rhymes with huggers which could upset some viewers. I now see you might even have meant 'burgers'. Either way it's back to school for you!

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