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Tancel 2TB Desktop External Hard Drive (USB 3.0) - $69

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Highlights:

Get your hands on the Tancel 2TB Desktop External Hard Drive for just $69 and back up your files (before it’s too late) Valued at $150!
2TB (2,000GB) will give you loads of space for your music, movies, photos and other files!
A small, light, high-quality aluminium design means it won’t take up much room and dissipate heat, protecting your files
Super speed 5GBPS and 1-GBPS will make file transfers a breeze
The Tancel 2TB Hard Drive is compatible with Microsoft Windows – happy days!
A USB 3.0 interface with backwards compatibility to USB 2.0 and 1.1 means you’ll be able to get just about all files from just about all devices securely onto your hard drive!
Impressive 2.5 SATA drive!
Available in black, red, blue or white!
PLUS delivery is included!
Buy as many vouchers as you like!
Keep your files safe forever!

The Fine Print:

Can buy unlimited vouchers per person; can buy multiples as gifts
Please provide your delivery address when purchasing the deal, Karno will ship your order automatically
Delivery is made by registered post from Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm only. Please ensure there is someone present at the delivery address to sign for receipt of the product
Please provide a valid street address, strictly no PO Boxes
If there is no one present at the delivery address to accept the product when it is delivered or a PO Box is provided at check out, a re-delivery fee may apply and you will be solely responsible for paying any such fee
No further redemption required
Please make your selection carefully. No changes or cancellations can be made once you have purchased a voucher as products are automatically dispatched
Not available with any other offer; not redeemable for cash
Expect delivery within 28 working days
For queries contact Karno via www.karno.com.au

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  • +1 vote

    i've never heard of tancel

    this reminds me of some other cheap hdd group buy deal that went sour

  • +1 vote

    I never heard of this hard drive.
    I would pay $30 more just for well known brand

  • +2 votes

    cough Ourdeal cough

    • +1 vote

      whats retarded is that these coupon websites are greedy enough not to fact check the suppliers. One look at that karno website and all you can say is dodgy. Yet spreets/ourdeal still goes "hey we're making 50% if it ends up going through, and 150k cashflow for a week if it doesnt — WIN / WIN"

      • +1 vote

        WIN/LOSE actually. It would have been a logistical and financial nightmare for Ourdeal to refund all that money, compared to the stuff-all advantage of having $150k for a week in real terms, unless (in the unlikely event) they used it for a drug or weapons smuggling deal! :p

        You are absolutely right though, it is unforgiveably stupid for a company not to check out the goods they're brokering. I hope they've learned from the mistake & pay a little more attention to supplier bonafides in future! That or word themselves a nasty trap clause for suppliers who fraudulently or stupidly misrepresent the goods or services they're hawking! ;)

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        Yeah their transaction costs on processing each payment and then refund would definately offset the interest they get on the funds for the breif period netting them a loss on this venture. Good riddance maybe next time they'll spend TEN SECONDS checking the authenticity of a supplier before partnering with them. Such an obvious scam given that the product DOES NOT EVEN EXIST. Next thing they'll be selling is time travel machines.

  • +3 votes

    Also never heard of this brand, I'm also not comfortable from buying from sites like that after the bungled HDD "bargain" from not too long ago (http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/61321)

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      ah, that's the one. thanks

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    No details of warranty!

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    Get your hands on the Tancel 2TB Desktop External Hard Drive

    No I won't

  • +1 vote

    There is no way a 2TB 2.5 inch drive at this price point as 2TB 2.5 inch does not exist!

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      yer I thought that too.

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      Ohh, I thought it was 3.5 inch.
      and yeah even 320GB 2.5" is about $100. No way this is $69

    • +3 votes

      There is no way a 2TB 2.5 inch drive at this price point as 2TB 2.5 inch does not exist!

      you've never seen one of these? http://blog.jitbit.com/2011/04/chinese-magic-drive.html

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        lol this is gold.

        I only knew about the 256GB and 512GB USB stick…

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          Same here. I thought this was only large capacity USB sticks

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          Same here. I thought this was only large capacity USB sticks

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    the only place tancel appears in google search is on the group buy site.

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      Which is highly suspect. This is smelling more and more like a bit of a scam..
      Hope you didn't buy one, op.

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    Hilarious! This mob saw how easy it was for the last mob to scam Ozbargainers out of $300,000+ but unfortunately this deal is a little too good to believe.

  • +2 votes

    i just bought 2000 drives hahah

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    Wow… 2TB external yet it says portable and is clearly not an external in the photo.. Looks honest and trustworthy for sure. A 2TB 2.5 would be amazing.

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      with a fan

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    I'm guessing these are the same guys who were trying to sell on ourdeal.
    And these are the seagate drives that they conveniently forgot weren't actually seagate.

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    http://karno.myshopify.com/

    Does not have ABN mentioned on their website. Please be careful before u buy, Infact i would advice to stay away from this deal. Sorry mate

    P

  • +1 vote

    Just kill it with fire already.

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    fake abn is fake

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    This is good for laugh. Particularly after the recent Ourdeal ordeal. Keep 'em coming.
    "Get your hands on the …" don't think so.

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    Where we are

    Karno's head office is in Canberra. You can rest assured that you are dealing with a 100% owned Australian business.

    karno office hours

    9am - 5pm Monday to Friday

    Location - Pinjarra HIlls, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

    Phone - (61) 07 3118 5572

    ok?

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      not really as the ABN says they are in NSW.

      ACT 2612 from 30 Jun 2010 to 16 Jun 2011

    • +1 vote

      Seems legit.

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    I didn't think the OurDeal/Axeze deal was implausible enough not to have a go…but this is waaay too obvious. 2TB 2.5" for a price never seen even pre-flood, in a no-brand from an unknown, non-computer company flogging cheap Chinese stuff sounds to me like a company that got taken in by one of the Chinese companies flogging dodgy drives.

    It really shows how little vetting these group buying sites apply to the merchants…

    That said, if anybody does buy it I wish you the best of luck.

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      …but this is waaay too obvious.

      Some said that last time, but greed trumps common sense.

      • +3 votes

        There's a difference between taking a chance and being greedy. There have been some exceptional (legit) deals posted on OzBargain over the years, some of which have had people jumping up and down shrilly screeching 'scam'. I even got a 1TB USB 3.0 drive last year for $30.

        The OurDeal/Axeze failure was not completely implausible given that it was around the price of pre-flood stock, prices were starting to come back down slowly, drive production is ramping up, Seagate production was never directly affected, it was a branded product (risky for an Aussie business to deal in fakies) and in the event it was a screwup it was backed by a large site that would refund (which they did) and with the option of a chargeback. I also made the incorrect assumption that OurDeal would've done due diligence.

        This deal is not possible. It's for a drive type that doesn't exist at a price point that it won't hit for a couple of years even when it does exist. When these drives are first brought to market, it'll be done by Seagate or Western Digital at a press event, not on an Aussie site by a merchant nobody's heard of selling a brand nobody's heard of. It's also coloured by the knowledge that there are dodgy drives hitting these voucher deal sites and that they quite clearly don't do any sort of checking whatsoever. On the plus side, all the same refund options exist here.

        TL;DR: I can understand why someone would have a go at a $65 2TB 3.5" (I did, even though I wasn't sure on it). I can't see why someone would bother with a $69 2TB 2.5".

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      I tried to edit this in but apparently I was too slow: I was wrong - not only haven't the drives ever existed at this price, they've never existed at all. 2TB 2.5" drives haven't made it to market yet (and when they eventually do, it won't be in a no-name enclosure).

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    google brings up no results for 'tancel' and the images are all generic

    spreets is normally genuine so how did this get past their internal audit (if such a thing exists)

    • +5 votes

      spreets is normally genuine so how did this get past their internal audit (if such a thing exists)

      They paid the submission fee.

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    Haha.

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    The other red flag is that:
    "If there is no one present at the delivery address to accept the product when it is delivered or a PO Box is provided at check out, a re-delivery fee may apply and you will be solely responsible for paying any such fee."

    Even IF the product was legit (which is unlikely), I'm not happy with this delivery policy.

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    Smells more fishy than Billingsgate Market.

    Perhaps at best you will get a 2Tb drive (250GB)… But I doubt even that.

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    2TB 2.5" drive? I doubt it, highest capacity on the market for a 2.5" portable is 1.5TB

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    Deal is over.

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      Perhaps somebody kind pointed out a few facts to them… Either way somebody has enough sense there to not let this deal continue.

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      LOLz, can't think why?!

      Deal is over
      18 bought
      2 more needed to get the deal

      The strawberry cheesecake contains…… NO NUTS!

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    This has apparently made its way to groupon and the price has even gone up to $79. Deal has only gone live for less than 12 hours and the site is showing 749 sold!! Makes me wonder if:

    a) groupon has more users than spreets, OR
    b) groupon has more morons/risk takers/greedy buggers than spreets

    http://www.groupon.com.au/deals/national-deal/-karno-/715952...

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    1439 Bought, this one is gonna hit the news…….lol