• out of stock

WD Black SN750 500GB NVMe M.2 PCIe 4 3DNAND SSD $73.90 + Free Delivery @ Bourne Electronics via Kogan Marketplace

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One of the cheapest 500gb nvme ssd I have ever seen.

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  • +3

    Price error? Grabbed one anyway… See what happens. Thanks OP :)

    This might be the link correct price?
    https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/jw-computers-wd-black-sn750-500...

  • Welp that's not a bad deal, paid $119.36 through Amazon other week

    • You're not alone. :(

  • +3

    Try it anyway and expect the refund.

  • +11

    The seller is Bourne Electronics,
    they have it even cheaper on their ebay store, its like $63
    link below
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Western-Digital-WD-Black-SN750-5...

  • Bruh.

  • Bought it!

  • Checked one out hopefully they follow through

  • "Someone in Mandurah bought a Western Digital WD Black SN750 500GB NVMe M.2 PCIe 4 3DNAND SSD Without Heatsink

    24 seconds ago."

    That's being spammed every few seconds for someone in X area lolol

    • An army from the Ozbargan area lol

  • +1

    Nice find! Straight bought

    • -2

      As opposed to queer bought?

  • Bought, was going for Western Digital Blue 250GB ssd until I saw this.

  • Can I put one of these in a 2012 MacBook Pro ? (pre ssd days)

    • +1

      It won't fit in the traditional slot without buying adaptors, or you could remove the CD and install an M.2 tray into there

  • Sold out for me now

  • Says it can't ship to my address, wtf?

  • +1

    sigh….. i missed it

  • +1

    Yet another OzB flood has cleaned out the seller

  • Damn, missed it. I just got Ozbargain'ed again!

  • Good luck everyone. Hope they honour it. Missed out myself.

  • restocked

    • How? When click add into cart it showed out of stock

  • gone

  • +4

    I wonder if these are as fake as the Kogan 1050Tis for $50. Probably.

    • Were they confirmed to be fake, I know a lot of people here bought them with the risk.

      • +2

        Everyone's order for the 1050ti was cancelled and money refunded 🙂

  • +2

    Price error.

    • probably, lets see

  • eBay order, already refunded

    • I bought one off Kogan as soon as this was deal was posted and haven't been refunded yet. We'll see what happens

  • +1

    Checking the Western Digital website it shows the SN750 as PCIe Gen 3 (not 4 as listed in the post title).

  • +9

    Refund process started

    A Kogan.com Marketplace Seller has advised that they are are unable to supply your Western Digital WD Black SN750 500GB NVMe M.2 PCIe 4 3DNAND SSD Without Heatsink as originally expected.

    We understand that this is disappointing news and we are sorry that you've been inconvenienced by this cancellation.

    Your refund will be issued within 2 business days.
    If you paid by PayPal Instant Payment, funds will reach your PayPal account within 3 business days.
    If you paid by credit card or other payment means, funds will reach your account within 5 business days, although often sooner than this.

  • +5

    Kogan needed to get their visitor numbers up for 30th June annual reporting.

  • And she gone, refund processing

  • I wonder if Kogan still has to pay the PayPal merchant fees even though the order got cancelled.

    • +1

      Usually they still have to pay 30c but there is a way around it

      • +1

        PayPal updated their refund policy last year. They now keep all the fees.

        Earlier this year, we notified you that we were updating our User Agreement to change our refund policy. We want to let you know that the policy change is going into effect beginning on 11 October 2019.

        In line with industry practice, and according to our updated policy, we will not charge a fee to process refunds, but the fees from the original transaction will not be returned. This policy will not apply to duplicate transactions, voids and most disputed transactions.

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