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danielparker

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#275834 11-Sep-2020 20:37
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Hi,

 

I have more than one. (3)

 

These are new Seagate enclosures (power supply, USB cable, case) with a used 8TB Drive (ST8000AS0002)

 

$260 + Postage. ($8 for North Island, $12 for South Island assuming not rural)

 

or

 

If you only need the bare used drive $250 + Postage. ($8 for North Island, $12 for South Island assuming not rural)

 

Regards

 

Daniel Parker


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  #2562671 11-Sep-2020 20:44
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I'll take one

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  #2562673 11-Sep-2020 20:51
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Great.. I have just repled to your PM.. 2 more still available (Pending Payment)


 
 
 
 


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  #2562692 11-Sep-2020 21:32
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Now just one left..


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  #2562694 11-Sep-2020 21:41
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All gone (Pending Payment)


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  #2565716 16-Sep-2020 10:05
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I now have two of these available again for sale. (Due to a change in the circumstances of one of the buyers, the previous sale was not completed)

 

Daniel

 

 


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  #2565946 16-Sep-2020 13:18
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I'll take one


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  #2566117 16-Sep-2020 18:03
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One left.


 
 
 
 


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  #2566258 16-Sep-2020 21:55
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danielparker:

 

One left.

 

 

 

 

how old are these? do you have some states on the last one? (hours, bad sector counts, etc.?)






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  #2566261 16-Sep-2020 22:00
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Manufactured in 2016. No reallocated sectors. I’m unsure of power on hours but they were in my Unraid server that spins the drives down after 15 mins of inactivity..

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