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    Moderator nina_c79
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    External HDD Hard Drive Buffalo Ministation - 320Gb USB Portable - £24



    Lightweight portable hard drive - ideal for transporting large files.
    Transfer rates up to 64% faster. Shock-resistant chassis. Includes free back-up and security software. Plug and play storage. Compatible with Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP, Mac OS X and above.

    Usually £65 elsewhere, possible misprice?

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    That picture is the Buffalo Mini Station Lite which is £59.99 on the site.

    If you search "buffalo ministation" you will be given 4 choices - and the far right of these choices will be the £24 bargain

    Looks a little like this:


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    Or search PH6461T

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    Enthusiast 1960mackem is a jewel in the rough 1960mackem is a jewel in the rough 1960mackem is a jewel in the rough
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    Be wary of these lot - they usually cancel your first order then any decent voucher codes or sign up offers cannot be used again

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    Enthusiast tomcat
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    + £3.95 Delivery = £27.95

    Definatly a bargain at this price, they are £55 on ebuyer for the near same Lite version, which really is just more sleek.

    Ordered 4 for pennies less than £100. Postage still same for x4.

    Can easily double my money on these, as im always buying this sort of drive for customers who never back there data up and i have to get it off via cableing their drive up to my laptop.

    Good find!
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    Enthusiast tomcat
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1960mackem
    Be wary of these lot - they usually cancel your first order then any decent voucher codes or sign up offers cannot be used again
    Pay via debit card not credit. Most of the time if its a error and credit card is used they send funds back to it. With debit its not always the case and can be more of a contract.

    Its like last year when Dell had the mini 9's at £100.

    I got x4 = £400 paid with debit card and all 4 arrived.
    All the people that i knew that paid with credit didnt get theres and money got refunded.

    Im not saying its a deffinate, its just worked for me most times. Or im just lucky.
    Tomcat

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    Ordered 2 and used debit card so lets see what happens. Thanks for find, rated.
    Well why didn't ya say so!

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    I believe these should be £79, and the price is due to change tomorrow. Not sure if these orders will be honoured; we'll see...

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    just tried cant find it must have changed it

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    Quote Originally Posted by kes12345
    just tried cant find it must have changed it
    Correct. It would seem it has ended


 

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