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18TB WD Elements USB 3.0 External Hard Drive EXPIRED

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$379.99
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Newegg has 18TB WD Elements USB 3.0 External Hard Drive (WDBWLG0180HBK-NESN) on sale for $339.99 - Extra $40 Off w/ promo code 93XSJ59 (apply in cart) = $299.99. Shipping is free.

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Note, must apply the listed promo code to receive discount in cart. Item must be sold/shipped by Newegg

About the Product
  • 18TB Capacity
  • USB 3.0/Micro-B Interface
  • Plug and play simplicity
  • Backward compatible w/ USB 3.0/2.0
  • Formatted NTFS and compatible w/ Windows; user's hardware configuration and OS may vary
Warranty
  • Includes a standard manufacturer warranty w/ purchase

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  • This price matches the same deal we've had during Nov/BF '21 in case anyone missed out
  • This WD Elements offers a compact design w/ up to 18TB capacity, making it the ideal solution for easy, add-on storage for all your files, music, video and more
  • Must apply the listed promo code to receive discount in cart
  • Limit 2 per customer only
  • Offer valid only for January 24, 2022 or while promotion/supplies last
Additional Notes
  • This product ranks 5/5 eggs w/ over 900+ customer reviews at Newegg
  • Please refer to the forum thread for additional details - Discombobulated
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The only thing "absurd" is your comment....
Id wait for bestbuy and pick it up.....don't want Fed ex to punt it to your front door.
I'm trying to wean myself off of Newegg.

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I think I'll wait for it to go on sell on Amazon.
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I think I'll wait for it to go on sell on Amazon.
Id wait for bestbuy and pick it up.....don't want Fed ex to punt it to your front door.
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Id wait for bestbuy and pick it up.....don't want Fed ex to punt it to your front door.
I'm trying to wean myself off of Newegg.
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Id wait for bestbuy and pick it up.....don't want Fed ex to punt it to your front door.
I wouldn't assume bestbuy didn't punt it to the isle
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Haha 18tb, that's absurd. So Glad hd industry hasn't tried to change things w their price structure like everyone else Is doing, they probably punched their own tickets w multiple "shortages" in past though and ssd tech now enough for the average user
The only thing "absurd" is your comment....
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Man.... 18TB is a lot of data to lose if the drive ever crashes. I had one of these drives that was smaller. They are very top heavy and easily tipped over. I accidentally tipped one over on my desk and it bricked it. Data was irretrievable. Just something to consider.
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$300 with no warranty. No thanks
Why do you say "no warranty." Doesn't it come with a 2-year warranty?
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Man.... 18TB is a lot of data to lose if the drive ever crashes. I had one of these drives that was smaller. They are very top heavy and easily tipped over. I accidentally tipped one over on my desk and it bricked it. Data was irretrievable. Just something to consider.
I am pretty sure 90% of people buying these shuck them and throw them in a desktop.
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I picked this up on the last SD. I like it so far, but it runs at 47-50 degrees all the time and it makes more noise than any drive I've ever owned. All the hd utilities and scans show it's perfect though, so I guess I'll live with the heat and the noise. 18tb is delicious.
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