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1TB WD Blue™ SN550 NVMe™ PCIe Gen 3 M.2 SSD - 2400/1950MB/s R/W - 5-Year Warranty - £99.89 With Newsletter Discount @ Western Digital Shop
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Sign up for their Newsletter, then you will be emailed with 10% Discount voucher. Also, it's £94.34 With Youth Discount, (15% Discount) :D Check if you're eligible (LINK) … Read more

This doesn't come with the screw required, anyone want post me a screw ? Will send 75p via PayPal for the trouble


Not anymore


That's what it shows for me.


Anyone know does it work with MacBook Air 2014 model?


Is the over 55's code still available? Heat OP, I may just have to get one of these over the weekend...

Western Digital WD 5 TB My Passport Portable Hard Drive - Black - £102.99 @ Amazon
Posted 5th JulPosted 5th Jul
Western Digital 5 TB My Passport Portable Hard Drive with Password Protection and Auto Backup Software - Black - Sold by Amazon
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These are SMR drives as well :(


Went for the 2TB at £58 so I can install some games back on my PS4, thanks Warzone!


Ahah same... I did grabbed 2 when they were £70 for a test but now need another 2 but not biting yet


Looked at these earlier today but was put off by the reported slow transfer speed. Decided to go for these Seagate 5TB from Currys for £94.99.


I'd be wary of them. My 4tb white drive had failed after less than 500h. Another one 1tb had failed after 1200h

Western Digital_Black SN750 1TB NVMe Internal Gaming SSD with Heatsink at Amazon for £153.99
Posted 5th JulPosted 5th Jul
Western Digital_Black SN750 1TB NVMe Internal Gaming SSD with Heatsink - Generation 3 PCIe, M.2 2280, 3D NAND Features & details Transfer speeds up to 3470MB/s for improved lo… Read more
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Installed one yesterday and it's ridiculously fast and really easy to install.




That'ts true for now, but with next gen, and MS implementing velocity dx12 ultimate etc, that may not be true for much longer


You are much better off with a 2TB sata drive if its for gaming. Look at the numerous vids on youtube showing you the real world difference between HDD, SATA ssd and NVME. The gap between ssd is not large at all. NVME are for large continuous file transfers.


Weird, I see it as £142 from amazon, sold and dispatched by. But when I copied the link in above it’s reverting to £170. Just select the buying options.

Western Digital my cloud EX2 Ultra 4TB £219 @ Amazon Germany
Posted 4th JulPosted 4th JulShipping from GermanyShipping from Germany
From Amazon Germany with 2x2TB WD Red drives. Showed as £219 delivered in my basket with Amazon's own exchange rate so may be cheaper with fee free cards. Been cheaper before, but … Read more
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it really isnt. Got my wd cloud 2TB NAS for about £60 2 years ago


Decent price for a nas drive


I have this but with two 6tb drives. It is very good and just works.


Can't see the point of this, why no buy it without drives for about £140 unless you want to sell the 2*2TByte drives. And it's only (poo) two drive my cloud anyway


Ah, so no then. Pity. Built a lot of things with Pi's (plex servers, nas, smart heating control), but it's never as stable as an out of the box solution, which I need in this case.

SanDisk Ultra 3D 500GB SSD Drive (up to 560MB/s) - £57.99 / £52.19 delivered with newsletter discount @ Western Digital
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Posted 2nd JulPosted 2nd Jul
Quality SSD drive available for £52.19 with the newsletter signup code. Free delivery for all customers. There's also 15% off for Students, Teachers and Senior discounts if eligib… Read more

Offer is gone.


Of course - the hardest part with be finding a suitably fast enclosure


To what end?


not working


Can I use this as an external drive for an iMac late 2013? Hoping to boot MacOS from an external hard drive.

Western Digital SN550 High Performance M2 PCIe NVME 1TB - SSD - Blue, black blue - £102.30 Delivered @ Amazon Germany
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Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
Bit of savings over the UK price at £109 with discount : (y) You can use your Amazon UK credentials to order this and will be bit cheaper if you use fee free card and pay in Eu… Read more

Yes looks like, the voucher is gone... :( Have to expire it.


Don't seem to be getting these offers though: Is it Prime only or something?


Thanks Thanks will give that a go!


Search for HyperX, couple of deals with them.


Lots of 1Tb offers, when 2TB ones? 8)

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Western Digital My Book Desktop 8TB External Hard Drive for £117.60 delivered @ Amazon Germany
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Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
Great offer for this high capacity and quality drive (y) Price includes shipping and will be slightly cheaper using a fee free card. The My Book desktop hard drive is des… Read more
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Yeah it says all that in the video


Cut a little bit of regular selotape over the third pin. No longer annoying. Alternatively use a USB3 docking station. I don't recommend using a molex-sata cable. I've had a drive fail due to the power being intermittent through one of those cheap things.


Looks like the original voucher must've been €40 off


May have been a glitch ? As voucher showing this now ...


That video is from 2018 and is talking about the PWDIS feature added to SATA v3.3 in 2016. Shouldn't be a problem with a supply made since then. https://www.tomshardware.com/uk/news/hdd-sata-power-disable-feature,36146.html If you are worried your power supply is older than 2016 then you could buy the MyBook Elements 8TB which doesn't have a EZ model code and thus does not have PWDIS but there are air and helium versions that makes it a tricky decision. MyBook 8 TB WD80EZAZ-11TDBA0 helium My Book Elements 8 TB WD80EMAZ-00M9AA0 air filled runs hot My Book Elements 8 TB WD80EMAZ-00WJTA0 helium filled, runs cool but has extremely loud seek It's possible the EZ drive also has SED (hardware encryption) which if it does will be very beneficial in the future once it becomes the norm for everyone to be encrypting all their hard drives.

Western Digital WD My Passport 512Gb portable SSD for £67.99 delivered using code @ Western Digital
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Posted 30th JunPosted 30th Jun
Lowest price around for one of these at the moment, with quick transfer speeds and all that. £72.99 delivered from Western Digital itself. It is tiny too! "Blazing Fast My Passp… Read more

Code has expired now.


Ha, the HDD has miraculously sprang, or tottered, back to life, like Marley's ghost! I had one last go at starting it up, only this time I did a factory reset, and after much fiddling, voilà! Currently d/l 164 updates (annoyed) I'll bung some more RAM in it, too, just for a laugh. I only need it until November, as I'll be buying a new laptop before Xmas. Thanks for your advice, much appreciated :D Cheers!


No you'd need an internal drive to replace the broken one although it would be technically possible to use a USB drive as a boot drive at USB 2.0 speeds using a SSD would be a waste of time as even a basic hard drive would be faster than the USB 2.0 interface could handle. I would say that if your laptop only has USB 2.0 it must now be quite old and impressive you've kept using it up until now. As the value is not great I'd look for a 120-240gb SATA drive to replace the broken drive if you feel you must keep it running, but make sure that this is the correct connection, I doubt it'd be an PATA drive but who knows :) Of course after fitting the drive you'll have to reinstall windows.. The drives usually go for £15-£25 for 120gb and £25-£35 for 240gb Something like this @ £16.14 would probably work https://www.amazon.co.uk/KingDian-Original-Internal-Desktop-Laptop/dp/B019W9C0AW not the greatest drive but will be more than enough for old hardware. If it were me and it was my only machine I think I'd decide that this is a good reason to buy a new or even refurbished laptop, itzoo can do some good deals on refurbished Thinkpads which seem well rated by Hotuk members.


The hdd in my old laptop has failed, would this work as a replacement? Only has usb 2.0.


Yeah it is very strange that website. I could get the deal above for £65 without the code. Not sure how it works.

SanDisk Ultra 400GB microSDXC A1 Memory Card + 10 year warranty - £44.99 delivered with code @ Western Digital
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Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
400GB Sandisk memory card for £44.99 delivered with code 5OFF1UK - can also be used with Nintendo Switch. May also be possible to purchase for £42.50 using 15% Student disco… Read more

Code expired


oooh.. a 1.6tb iPod...


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says The coupon code entered is no longer valid. bugger and when using student code it wipes off the £10 discount and uses student to take £9 off leaving it at £51 missed my chance lol


I wouldn't recommend it. The fancy photo options in that phone would overwhelm the write buffer in a few seconds and suddenly everything would slow down. It might be better matched with a ridiculously cheap chinese phone such as a Cubot or a Ulefone or something, but I would be really surprised that someone would want to put a 400GB card in one of those...

200GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC Memory Card, up to 100MB/s - £22.49 delivered [with newsletter code] @ Western Digital Shop
Posted 28th JunPosted 28th Jun
Good price for this 200GB Sandisk memory card - £22.49 using the newsletter signup code or £21.25 with 15% student discount The SanDisk Ultra® microSDXC™ UHS-I card is p… Read more

Unless you love waiting a long time for things, no.


Question guys.... Would this be a viable option to keep in my laptop as a storage boost? Space is very low. Thanking you kindly in advance (y)


The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase You are the chosen one?


Thanks for posting; we have added this to the Highlights pages (highfive)


Blimey the price of memory these days is nuts

SanDisk Extreme Pro® Portable SSD 2TB £260.99 @ Western Digital Shop
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Posted 26th JunPosted 26th Jun
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Worked.Registering account was a key.Thanks.



Software is poor. Looks outdated. Upgrading to a premium costs £ 15 although the premium version often shows an error.


I’m literally getting it at the op price i added it to the cart, then signed up went back to the cart then went to check out and it applied the discount


OP it’s just applying 10% off to your order once you’ve signed up

WD Elements 4TB Portable External Hard Drive - recertified for £65.69 (new account) / £67.99 (with code) @ Western Digital Shop
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Posted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
Looks like this is back in stock and as a new account holder you can get it for £65.69 or £67.99 with code 5OFF1UK. Should be other student discount here as well : https://sho… Read more



USB soldered on


Can’t get this deal now I don’t think. Bit confusing their site.


No stock at Currys...anywhere


Are these a normal drive inside or do they have the USB soldered on?

SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD 1TB £119.99 or £101.99 with Teacher/Student/Over 55 discount @ Western digital
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Posted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
You can also get 15% off if you are a teacher/student or over 55 years old. Which brought it down to £101.99 https://shop.westerndigital.com/promotions/education-and-senior-discou… Read more



You can. i got it for £101


You cant have both


Yeah tried both, it takes the original promotion price off when I put in the student discount code


Should be 15% off Try a different t browser and clear cache maybe

SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 1TB for £103.49 with newsletter code @ Western Digital Store
22/07/2020Expires on 22/07/2020Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
Was looking for a 1TB SSD for my Thinkpad upgrade. If you register with Western digital you get 10% off your first order so £114.99 dropped to £103.49 delivered. Register - confirm… Read more

Cheers. I used macrium reflect in the end. Great program. About to change the drive over and found it was one of the newer PCI types and I bought a sata-doh


Yes, that's true and something I assumed people would realise as it's free from Crucial for migrating onto their SSDs (y) but apologies I didn't make that clear. Acronis True image (the full suite and not the free 'lite' version given free by Crucial) can be bought for about £30


Saying that the souce disk needs to be a crucial.


Isn't the western digital blue 3d just as good as the sandisk? Can get that for c£91 with same code.


Thanks Op and for all the advise givers for cloning software, much appriciated.

WD 14TB Elements Desktop External Hard Drive - £194.99 with code / 179.99 for new customers [12TB - £167.39] @ Western Digital
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Great price for this 14TB External Desktop Drive - works out around £13.92 per TB. Use code 5OFF1UK at checkout. Free delivery. To grab the hard drive for £179.99 - add the … Read more

Id keep an eye on you bank account for a PayPal refund. i haven’t got one yet but you never know. im hoping it’s just a technical glitch on their site ...


Mine too, did it say that the other day also or has it changed? I don't recall. Paid via PayPal too so money was taken weeks ago. It would sting a bit if some people got theirs and others didn't.


Yup, payed via paypal !


Did you order via PayPal? I ordered via card and the total cost is fine although I haven't been charged yet.


This is a bit worrying, i checked the order page on the WD sites and it says the following:- Delivery - FREE Total - FREE I'm hoping its not a case of being given a forced refund :( status still says:- In Process though

Western Digital 10TB Elements Desktop External Hard Drive USB3.0, £165.29 at Amazon Germany
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Posted 21st JunPosted 21st Jun
Good offer, cheaper with a fee free card. USB 3.0 AC adapter Transfer Speed 5 Gb/s 3.5inch External Hard Drive Compatibility Windows/Mac Technical Specifications Depth 5… Read more

Expired now anyway.


That's a very valid point. Pay In euro and save on the exchange charge.


Why would you pay in £ if you have a fee free card or post office credit card? especially when Amazon are charging a fee ?


Got the 14 for about £185 not too long ago


Got the 12TB version just before Christmas for 153. Waiting for these prices to return. Hopefully not be too long a wait.

WD My Book 3TB Desktop Hard Drive USB 3.0 (Recertified) - £44.99 with code @ Western Digital
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Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
Good price for this WD desktop hard drive, with 3TB capacity, USB 3.0 and local/cloud backup. It is recertified by Western Digital themselves, practically brand new, with free ship… Read more

Order cancelled for me


Probably, assuming you have software looking for them. I've never had windows report an issue to me! Longest usage drive is at over 40k hours usage. Most drive companies suggest 20k hours is a good lifespan. So I have done ok.


I see, I've got drives I bought almost a decade ago that haven't yet shown signs of failure, perhaps I don't use it as much then. Never seen a SMART error before... guess that's good news then?


I have 3 drives showing smart errors. Nothing absolutely critical, but they are showing the kind of errors that would lead you to consider replacement sooner rather than later.


How do you know they're failing? SMART readout? Slow read/write?

WD Blue 3D NAND SATA m.2 2280/2.5" SSD- 500GB - 560/530MB/s R/W -5 Year Warranty - £52.99 With Code Delivered @ Western Digital Shop
Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
Also, other discount available as : making it £49.29 15% off Student, Teacher & Senior Discount at Western Digital A New Dimension Of Storage Ready for your high performanc… Read more

Yes pls.. If still available


Cheers. Will keep hunting a deal for an nvme m2.


What i said isn't 100% correct "There is m2 sata and m2 nvme. Nvme type is 3 times faster at least even 10 times faster sata 3 is sdd which has around 560 mb per second nvme has 3000-4000mb per second" Since this is m2 sata and standard sata this is y they have the same speed. If it was NVME m2 then it would say a faster speed.


Sorry for a stupid question. I have opened the link but there isn't any options to purchase. Is it out of stock?


It's faster than the mechanical drive that comes with the console but it isn't running at nearly the speed it is capable of due to bottlenecks elsewhere in the PS4 hardware (pro or base). Not saying it's not worth a buy but just a heads up for anyone who thinks this might push their PS4 speed even further than other SSDs; it won't.

WD My Passport 3TB Portable Hard Drive [Various Colours] + 3 Year Warranty - £59.99 with code @ Western Digital
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Back in stock - 26/06
WD 3TB portable drive for £59.99 delivered using promo code 5OFF1UK or 15% off with student discount. Brand new and also includes a 3 year warranty. Available in Red, Blue, Yell… Read more

Code expired. Anyone got a working code please?




Can anyone provide me with a student code, please?


can this be used as a replacement for a regular internal HD? just for files, but I want to leave it in it all the time basically


This isn’t working with my PS4 slim!!!!!

WD Blue 1TB 3D NAND Internal SSD M.2 SATA + 5 Year Warranty - £90.89 with newsletter discount / £85.85 students @ Western Digital
Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
Good price for this WD 1TB DRAM SSD - comes with a 5 year warranty. 2.5" also available for same price too if anyone prefers this. Sign up to the WD Store newsletter which gives y… Read more

Thank you it’s for a gaming pc I’m building


The SN550 is a budget NVME Drive it does not have any cache ram so it’s speeds can drop drastically at times. The WD Blue is a Sata Drive so is limited to sata speeds. If it’s for general usage you would be hard pressed to tell the difference tbh.


how does this drive compare to https://shop.westerndigital.com/en-gb/products/internal-drives/wd-blue-sn550-nvme-ssd#WDS100T2B0C is it worth the extra £25


Great price for a great drive.


Cheers @Diamond_Studd (highfive)

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