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Cons: I bought three of these drives a while back and eventually all three of them turned up bad. Two of them were bad right off. The other one was directly to W.D. by ME and was replaced with a good drive. These are a waste of money, and Newegg should be ashamed to sell them.
Other Thoughts: Buy yourself a new drive. It will be less expensive in the long run.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: eForCity 10-Pack CR2032 CR 2032 3V Lithium Battery Bulk Lot
Pros: Inexpensive. Apparently, they are also just cheap batteries.
Cons: The first battery from the first strip had a very low charge, but it charged up.
The second battery that I removed from the first strip was dead as a door nail.
This doesn't bode well. I seem to be having some really bad luck buying things from Newegg these days.
Other Thoughts: I suppose that if you buy a 30cent battery, you are definitely going to get a 30 cent battery.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: WD WD1600AAJS 160GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive
Pros: Cheap - But apparently you get what you pay for.
Cons: This is the second of three drives from the same order (09/11/15) that is being returned. The first one was sent back to Newegg (I purchased a warranty, but buying the warranty was useless as they just gave me my money back instead of replacing the bad drive).
This one is being sent to Western Digital. It is going to cost me around $8 to send it back. According to W.D., my initial W.D. warranty runs out in three days, yet Newegg says that the drive has a 90 day warranty on it. Somebody needs to figure it out one way or the other and stop posting false information.
The last drive is still working. For how long, I have no idea. I figure that it will end up bad as well.
I would NOT recommend buying refurbished drives being sold by Newegg, or anyone else. I have already lost a lot of time with these drives and I figure that the last one is a waste of time as well.
Other Thoughts: I am disappointed in Newegg. I bought a warranty thinking that if the drives go bad, they would be replaced. The way it looks to me is that if the drive does not fail, the warranty company makes a profit. If it fails, you just get your money back. They win either way. I won't be buying drives like this again. I have purchased more than $80,000 of computer parts over the years from a few different companies. I can find someone else to buy drives from if this is the best this place can do.READ FULL REVIEW