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16TB Seagate Exos X18 Enterprise 3.5" 7200 RPM 6Gb/s Hard Drive (Recertified) Expired

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Server Part Deals has 16TB Seagate Exos X18 Enterprise 3.5" 7200 RPM 6Gb/s Hard Drive (Recertified, ST16000NM000J) on sale for $149.99. Shipping is free.

Thanks to Community Member iMoGENz for sharing this deal.

About this product (specs):
  • 16TB Capacity
  • 7200 RPM Spindle Speed
  • 3.5" Form Factor
  • Max. Sustained Transfer Rate OD (MB/s, MiB/s): 261/249
  • Random Read/Write 4K QD16 WCD (IOPS): 170/550
  • Rotation Vibration @ 20-1500 Hz (rad/sec²): 12.5
  • Manufacturer Recertified: 2 Year Limited Period Warranty

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    • Shipping note from vendor: Drives ship in 225lb per sq inch pressure-rated boxes, specifically tested for impact. Inside the box you'll find suspension brackets, foam inserts, or air filled pockets that secure the drive in place and prevent any possible impact from movement in the shipping process. The drive itself is sealed in an anti-static bag that protects the drive from any electromagnetic interference.
  • Additional Information:
    • This offer matches our previous front page deal from April 2023 which earned 40 thumbs up.
    • Refer to the forum thread for additional details and community discussion.
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Think they've had this deal before, and I missed it.
  • Manufacturer Recertified
  • 2-year seller warranty
  • Reputable seller ServerPartDeals
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Featured Comments

Anyone running a nas that can handle multiple drives failing, insert a new drive and rebuild it. Big difference in quality/working hours of enterprise drives vs the commercial ones general users purchase.
I work in data storage and hard disks fail all the time, old or new. If your data is really critical, it should already be backed up and the disks in a mirror or RAID configuration. The failure rates follow a classic bathtub curve and refurbs already survived the infant mortality phase, so I'm not too concerned about buying refurbs.
I have them all. In the last decade, a single 5tb Seagate failed. No one can possibly know which models will fail at any point.
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