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Master Geek


# 261431 27-Nov-2019 14:56
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Hey guys, work bought 8 10TB IronWolf Pros on the 17th September and then promptly replaced them with 14TB drives, so they have asked me to sell them.

 

I will confirm later on tonight but I believe there are 4x ST10000NE004 and 4x ST10000NE008

 

Have 5 year warranty with 2 year Rescue Data Recovery Service. Were used for 2 months in a barely used NAS and now not being used.

 

Around $650 in stores so looking around $550 each but open to offers and can discount if you want multiple.

 

Let me know if you have any questions


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Master Geek


  # 2361649 27-Nov-2019 16:02
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8 x 550 = $4400

 

Quick question, or two, please.

 

We'd be interested in all at a fair price.

 

Images may help, 4k+ is a fair whack after-all?

 

Are they all packaged up in their original packaging etc?

 

You say you're after ~$550/Unit Used, please, and the price for all?

 

Will you provide the Original Sales Invoices for all, if so, where were all the purchases made?

 

Thanking you Sir:

 

 

 




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Master Geek


  # 2361840 27-Nov-2019 21:18
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Hi!

 

Photo below:

 

 

I will pack it in an antistatic bag in the same box that I received them in.

 

 

 

These are the NE (IronWolf Pro) models not the VN (IronWolf) - this is the cost from Amazon

 

 

At that price I think I would be happy to go down to $4200 with free shipping

 

 

 

Will provide original sales invoices and they were purchased from PB Technologies.


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