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Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD (MZ-75E500) - $199 Delivered @ Dick Smith / Kogan


Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD (MZ-75E500) at $199 delivered.

Dick smith is offering free shipping offer at the moment.

Samsung 850 EVO MZ-75E500B 500GB SSD
R/W(Max) 540MB/s/520MB/s
97K/88K IOPS

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Dick Smith / Kogan
Dick Smith / Kogan

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  • +17 votes

    Pay $8 more and get extra 4yrs warranty from SE.


    Shopping Express:

    5 Year Manufacture Warranty


    1 Year Australian Warranty (included)

  • +1 vote

    Kogan does not mention GST. I assume that he is not charging GST.

    Which means that this deal is much better: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/246617 if you can get the GST back.

    This highlights the unfair advantage Kogan has over Australian suppliers. Local suppliers have no choice, they must charge GST.


      No different if you buy from an overseas retailer. They don't charge GST either.


      Remember when the store down town was the only store of that name in the country. You know, a small business, the ones that were pushed out by the chains. The chains had advantages too, and acted on them ruthlessly, which is why the small stores are gone, now it comes back to bite them. Im really not sad.


      Last time I checked, Target, KMart, Big W, Woolworths etc don't mention GST on their websites either. Probably because they are not a wholesale supplier, but in saying that, I can verify that Kogan has GST on the receipt they issue on goods they sell and I have claimed it through taxation.


    $8 AUD for an extra 4 YEARS warranty?

    No brainer.

    Ta, Spaceback.

    FYI: you can send it: Aus Post, Couriers + Insurance Cover ($24.95) & it's still free ship.



      False information, Samsung give a 5 Year warranty on 850 series drives internationally.

      Better to read and make your own decision.

      The one year is a warranty from Dick Smith, so instead of sending it back to Samsung, they handle it for the first year if you wish to do it that way.

      Bottom line is that Shopping Express want nothing to do with any warranty claims once they sell it… now which place is better to buy from again?