LOT OF 10 500GB 2.5" Laptop SATA Hard Drives Mix Brand Seagate WD Hitachi Tested For Sale

LOT OF 10 500GB 2.5


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LOT OF 10 500GB 2.5" Laptop SATA Hard Drives Mix Brand Seagate WD Hitachi Tested:
$130

LOT OF 10 500GB 2.5" Laptop SATA Hard Drives Mix Brand Seagate WD Hitachi Tested LOT OF 10 500GB 2.5" Laptop SATA Hard Drives Mix Brand Seagate WD Hitachi Tested

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Tested for Full Functions, R2/Ready for Reuse
Operator: 8134
SKU: 10X 500G-SATA-LT

All of our hard drives are 100% tested passing both SMART and sector by sector scanning. 

SHIPPING:

Shipments are sent via USPS or FedEx. Items paid before 11:00 am SMT Monday through Friday will ship the same day.
If payment is received after 11:00 am the item will ship the following work day.

We do NOT ship on Saturday, Sunday, or Holidays.


RETURNS:

All items arecovered under our 30-Day DOA Warranty, you may return this at any time within 30 days.
The return warranty period begins from the date product is received. We will provide a full refund for the original sale price.

Any unused items purchased must be taken to a certified electronics recycler or sent back to us for recycling.
There must be no illegal export or dumping of the material, and all R2 guidelines must be followed.


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Hours: Monday - Friday 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM SMT
Closed on Holidays, and Weekends



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