• Mukii ZIO-P010-BK ZIPO 3.5" Hard Drive Case
Mukii ZIO-P010-BK ZIPO 3.5" Hard Drive Case

Mukii ZIO-P010-BK ZIPO 3.5" Hard Drive Case

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  • Easily protect your 3.5" Hard Drive. Solid Buckle Design.
  • Space Saving Design with Unlimited Stack,
  • Classification Label Sticker for Quick Find.
  • Water, Moist, Dust ,Quake Proof and Anti-static
  • Application : SATA/IDE Hard Drive, Material : Plastic, Dimensions : 160 x 115.6 x 37.4mm

Customer Reviews

Excellent, but Use CarefullyNice design; well-made substantial plastic, except closure buckle is not as sturdy as it might be. Precise dimensions restrict disk to barest movement inside case when open. Hinged lid closes tightly; firm, springy foam pad attached to inside of lid (see photo) compresses upon disk when closed, preventing any movement and possibly absorbing some shock if ever dropped.Large male-female squares and other complementarily opposing edges on outer surfaces (see photo) enable stable stacking--within reasonable limits, of course.Be careful not to pull the closure buckle open too forcefully, or to deflect it more than necessary to clear the catch, or with any torque, or it may break off. This happened to me. Possibly it was a defective item, a few of which there can be from time to time I suppose; no problem with several others I have. I am replacing the item and will use it more gingerly, handle it more deliberately.That occurrence notwithstanding, I regard this as an excellent product. Will buy again, highly recommend. That is, with the above proviso, which in effect amounts to a user guide of a sort. 5Loving these cases!The cases are really nice, I bought several of them for storing large amounts of HD video. I like the stackable feature! Basically a plastic case with a foam insert on the top to protect it and keep it from moving around once you store the hard drive inside. I think the color is slightly different than in the picture, maybe a little lighter blue, but hey it works!Just for those out there that aren't familiar with hard drives, these are built for 3.5" hard drives, mainly used in desktops, laptop hard drives such as 2.5" and SSD will not fit in these cases! 5Dependable, Affordable SolutionWe have several of these for stored hard drives as part of a rotating backup system. I have not tried any other cases in the last several years, and now that we have these, I won't need to.Pros:* Affordable* Color selection* Great drive protection* Feel sturdy* Stack and interlock very well* Barcode stickers have easy-remove adhesive. No residue!* Labels are in logical locations and orientation* Drives don't shift around inside casesCons:* Labels can't be easily replaced or reused. They are glued or stuck on and there are no slots for inserting a new label. The labels are just smaller than standard Post-it notes.* (Possible, unverified) I am worried the snap connector may wear down after frequent use. With our usage, this isn't a concern. This style of plastic closure, however, does have a tendency to wear out on most other products.Overall, I think this is a great product for most use scenarios. If you intend to constantly use the cases (open/closing the latch frequently), I would advise caution regarding the locking mechanism. If you need to re-label multiple times (it has 5 rows), I would look at other products. Additionally, I would perform some moisture and humidity tests before risking any data in those conditions. 5false advertisingCan't say if I got a fake, or if the original manufacturer has just gotten much cheaper. Product I got is not quite as pictured. It's also not water proof, not dust proof, and not static dissipative. For these falsities, I take off 2 stars from what should be a 5 star product.That said, I will buy it again. It's pretty fantastic even without those features and with the slightly different molding than pictured. 3Excellent, but Use CarefullyNice design; well-made substantial plastic, except closure buckle is not as sturdy as it might be. Precise dimensions restrict disk to barest movement inside case when open. Hinged lid closes tightly; firm, springy foam pad attached to inside of lid (see photo) compresses upon disk when closed, preventing any movement and possibly absorbing some shock if ever dropped.Large male-female squares and other complementarily opposing edges on outer surfaces (see photo) enable stable stacking--within reasonable limits, of course.Be careful not to pull the closure buckle open too forcefully, or to deflect it more than necessary to clear the catch, or with any torque, or it may break off. This happened to me. Possibly it was a defective item, a few of which there can be from time to time I suppose; no problem with several others I have. I am replacing the item and will use it more gingerly, handle it more deliberately.That occurrence notwithstanding, I regard this as an excellent product. Will buy again, highly recommend. That is, with the above proviso, which in effect amounts to a user guide of a sort. 5For the price this is a good caseI wavered between a four or five star. This case is a hard shell and as far as I know would protect against what it claims to protect against. I am able to slip my drives into the case in the anti-static bag, though I don't know if that is necessary. However I am uneasy trusting that this would protect against a lot of vibrations, such as in a backpack with books, or riding in an RV over rough roads. I've since ordered another set of cases for travel and carrying, that are padded with memory foam, for peace of mind.These will still be good to store drives in my safety deposit box or elsewhere. Since I haven't put the drive and case in any situation other than on a stable shelf, I can't judge how much protection there is for rougher handling. It wouldn't be fair to give it less than five stars, especially considering the reasonable cost. 5Pretty much just what i needed, simple but effective bare drive storageBuying external drives doesn't make sense to me anymore, so i have docks and bare drives.Why not just store the bare drives as is?Bare drives weren't mean to be stored on the shelf, especially for long periods. They are prone to moisture, dust, bugs, spills, falling, etc... So the obvious need is a shell for them to live in.Design:-It's all one piece of plastic, the hinge being just a thing flexible plastic. That's definitely the weakest link, but i don't get the impression it will break. Inside it's just bare plastic, and inside the top of the lid is a bit of foam. I don't think that foam is there as a shock absorber, as much as it's there just to ensure the drive is held snugly in place. Keep in mind it's not expected that you're going to start throwing this thing around, you should still treat your drives with care.-Then on the outside you have labels facing in several directions, so you can easily mark what's inside.-And then there's a feature which i'm on the wall about. Each case can stack horizontally onto one another, because they put on the front of every case a lifted groove, and on the back, a recessed groove. So they kind of lock into each other. Not a bad idea if you want to store these like that. But i prefer to store them on the side, lid top facing out, and in that case, this groove makes it annoying to try and just pull one drive out. It isn't a huge annoyance, and just leaving some space between them or even a piece of paper between them solves it, but a consideration nonetheless.Quality:Feels like the good kind of plastic, not one that's going to crack for no reason. And a good thickness of it as well, i'm reassured that should an accident happen, this will protect my drive. Keeping realistic of course, if the drive drops out of a 3rd story building, i'm expecting tragedy. This isn't going to replace a pelican hard case with full inside foam.One last thing to note is that there isn't a seal around the opening, so this isn't water tight. There is however a lip, so it's very unlikely a splash of water is going to get inside. Again, these cases aren't for those wishing to abuse their drives, if you want to play waterpolo with your drives, get a pelican. 5Good, solid cases for hard drivesThese cases are getting hard to find, which is too bad, because I like the solid construction and the firm clip on the lid. They have a small block of foam in the lid which gently pushes on the drive when closed to prevent rattling around in the case. There is zero rattle. Drives will fit with the connector end toward the lid or toward the bottom. Labels are provided on the top of the lid and the side. A raised panel on one side fits into a depression where the label is on the other side, which makes them stackable without the stack falling over. Manufacturer claims that the plastic is anti-static, but I cannot vouch for that. Price is a bit high, but I am willing to pay for a case that will protect precious information contained on hard drives.Highly recommended. 5Good case, low priceThe hard disks are piling up in my office, and I'm not comfortable leaving them lying around naked with my data, so now they live in these cases. The cases fit standard 3.5" drives like a glove, stack nested flat, sit neatly on shelves oriented like books, and they also fit into a Pelican 1510 case I customized the padding within, in case I need to transport to a job site, move, or head for the hills when The Big One hits. (I can fit 15 drives into the Peli case with a modified padding system.)Only two wishes: that the little piece of foam on the lid interior which keeps the drive pressed securely into place when the lid is closed were on the bottom of the case instead, so when I slide the drive into the case it wouldn't smack the unpadded bottom; and that the hinge appeared more likely to last. I just know the thin, narrow, single layer hinge will be the first thing to break after X period of use and repeated opening/closings.Other than that, a good case. 4Fatal flaw?I bought 5 of these cases to house my most precious data in an off site backup RAID disk set consisting of five 2TB mechanisms. My backup drive is a Drobo S, and I swap the disk pack weekly, keeping one backup disk pack off site. Each of the five off site drives is stored inside a MUKii drive case, and the set of 5 drives is in turn kept inside a Pelican 1450 case with padded dividers for transport.I like the MUKii cases fine. But one major problem: the plastic tab which retains the lid is fragile. I am not hard on equipment, but the first day with my 5 MUKii 3.5" drive cases, one of the lock tabs broke off. This happened with normal pressure, simply opening the case.As anyone who has picked up a briefcase that was not properly secured knows, it is a terrible thing to dump the contents of a case all over the floor. A fragile lock tab may seem like a minor issue, but it could be terrible if it resulted in dropping and damaging a hard disk mechanism. It would ruin my day to lose one of the drives from my RAID. And considering that some of my RAIDs require matched sets of drives (identical model and firmware) and replacement issues as product lines are constantly refreshed, it could get into a great deal of time and money to replace and rebuild an entire array of drives.I immediately ordered a replacement MUKii case and discarded the one with the broken latch tab.This critical piece of the MUKii case is grossly underengineered. If I'd had time, I should have ordered samples on various products, but for sake of expediency, I am going to stick with MUKii for now. But if I have another latch tab break, I will probably throw out all the MUKii cases and go with another brand. 3
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.sg, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
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Description
  • Easily protect your 3.5" Hard Drive. Solid Buckle Design.
  • Space Saving Design with Unlimited Stack,
  • Classification Label Sticker for Quick Find.
  • Water, Moist, Dust ,Quake Proof and Anti-static
  • Application : SATA/IDE Hard Drive, Material : Plastic, Dimensions : 160 x 115.6 x 37.4mm
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Excellent, but Use CarefullyNice design; well-made substantial plastic, except closure buckle is not as sturdy as it might be. Precise dimensions restrict disk to barest movement inside case when open. Hinged lid closes tightly; firm, springy foam pad attached to inside of lid (see photo) compresses upon disk when closed, preventing any movement and possibly absorbing some shock if ever dropped.Large male-female squares and other complementarily opposing edges on outer surfaces (see photo) enable stable stacking--within reasonable limits, of course.Be careful not to pull the closure buckle open too forcefully, or to deflect it more than necessary to clear the catch, or with any torque, or it may break off. This happened to me. Possibly it was a defective item, a few of which there can be from time to time I suppose; no problem with several others I have. I am replacing the item and will use it more gingerly, handle it more deliberately.That occurrence notwithstanding, I regard this as an excellent product. Will buy again, highly recommend. That is, with the above proviso, which in effect amounts to a user guide of a sort. 5Loving these cases!The cases are really nice, I bought several of them for storing large amounts of HD video. I like the stackable feature! Basically a plastic case with a foam insert on the top to protect it and keep it from moving around once you store the hard drive inside. I think the color is slightly different than in the picture, maybe a little lighter blue, but hey it works!Just for those out there that aren't familiar with hard drives, these are built for 3.5" hard drives, mainly used in desktops, laptop hard drives such as 2.5" and SSD will not fit in these cases! 5Dependable, Affordable SolutionWe have several of these for stored hard drives as part of a rotating backup system. I have not tried any other cases in the last several years, and now that we have these, I won't need to.Pros:* Affordable* Color selection* Great drive protection* Feel sturdy* Stack and interlock very well* Barcode stickers have easy-remove adhesive. No residue!* Labels are in logical locations and orientation* Drives don't shift around inside casesCons:* Labels can't be easily replaced or reused. They are glued or stuck on and there are no slots for inserting a new label. The labels are just smaller than standard Post-it notes.* (Possible, unverified) I am worried the snap connector may wear down after frequent use. With our usage, this isn't a concern. This style of plastic closure, however, does have a tendency to wear out on most other products.Overall, I think this is a great product for most use scenarios. If you intend to constantly use the cases (open/closing the latch frequently), I would advise caution regarding the locking mechanism. If you need to re-label multiple times (it has 5 rows), I would look at other products. Additionally, I would perform some moisture and humidity tests before risking any data in those conditions. 5false advertisingCan't say if I got a fake, or if the original manufacturer has just gotten much cheaper. Product I got is not quite as pictured. It's also not water proof, not dust proof, and not static dissipative. For these falsities, I take off 2 stars from what should be a 5 star product.That said, I will buy it again. It's pretty fantastic even without those features and with the slightly different molding than pictured. 3Excellent, but Use CarefullyNice design; well-made substantial plastic, except closure buckle is not as sturdy as it might be. Precise dimensions restrict disk to barest movement inside case when open. Hinged lid closes tightly; firm, springy foam pad attached to inside of lid (see photo) compresses upon disk when closed, preventing any movement and possibly absorbing some shock if ever dropped.Large male-female squares and other complementarily opposing edges on outer surfaces (see photo) enable stable stacking--within reasonable limits, of course.Be careful not to pull the closure buckle open too forcefully, or to deflect it more than necessary to clear the catch, or with any torque, or it may break off. This happened to me. Possibly it was a defective item, a few of which there can be from time to time I suppose; no problem with several others I have. I am replacing the item and will use it more gingerly, handle it more deliberately.That occurrence notwithstanding, I regard this as an excellent product. Will buy again, highly recommend. That is, with the above proviso, which in effect amounts to a user guide of a sort. 5For the price this is a good caseI wavered between a four or five star. This case is a hard shell and as far as I know would protect against what it claims to protect against. I am able to slip my drives into the case in the anti-static bag, though I don't know if that is necessary. However I am uneasy trusting that this would protect against a lot of vibrations, such as in a backpack with books, or riding in an RV over rough roads. I've since ordered another set of cases for travel and carrying, that are padded with memory foam, for peace of mind.These will still be good to store drives in my safety deposit box or elsewhere. Since I haven't put the drive and case in any situation other than on a stable shelf, I can't judge how much protection there is for rougher handling. It wouldn't be fair to give it less than five stars, especially considering the reasonable cost. 5Pretty much just what i needed, simple but effective bare drive storageBuying external drives doesn't make sense to me anymore, so i have docks and bare drives.Why not just store the bare drives as is?Bare drives weren't mean to be stored on the shelf, especially for long periods. They are prone to moisture, dust, bugs, spills, falling, etc... So the obvious need is a shell for them to live in.Design:-It's all one piece of plastic, the hinge being just a thing flexible plastic. That's definitely the weakest link, but i don't get the impression it will break. Inside it's just bare plastic, and inside the top of the lid is a bit of foam. I don't think that foam is there as a shock absorber, as much as it's there just to ensure the drive is held snugly in place. Keep in mind it's not expected that you're going to start throwing this thing around, you should still treat your drives with care.-Then on the outside you have labels facing in several directions, so you can easily mark what's inside.-And then there's a feature which i'm on the wall about. Each case can stack horizontally onto one another, because they put on the front of every case a lifted groove, and on the back, a recessed groove. So they kind of lock into each other. Not a bad idea if you want to store these like that. But i prefer to store them on the side, lid top facing out, and in that case, this groove makes it annoying to try and just pull one drive out. It isn't a huge annoyance, and just leaving some space between them or even a piece of paper between them solves it, but a consideration nonetheless.Quality:Feels like the good kind of plastic, not one that's going to crack for no reason. And a good thickness of it as well, i'm reassured that should an accident happen, this will protect my drive. Keeping realistic of course, if the drive drops out of a 3rd story building, i'm expecting tragedy. This isn't going to replace a pelican hard case with full inside foam.One last thing to note is that there isn't a seal around the opening, so this isn't water tight. There is however a lip, so it's very unlikely a splash of water is going to get inside. Again, these cases aren't for those wishing to abuse their drives, if you want to play waterpolo with your drives, get a pelican. 5Good, solid cases for hard drivesThese cases are getting hard to find, which is too bad, because I like the solid construction and the firm clip on the lid. They have a small block of foam in the lid which gently pushes on the drive when closed to prevent rattling around in the case. There is zero rattle. Drives will fit with the connector end toward the lid or toward the bottom. Labels are provided on the top of the lid and the side. A raised panel on one side fits into a depression where the label is on the other side, which makes them stackable without the stack falling over. Manufacturer claims that the plastic is anti-static, but I cannot vouch for that. Price is a bit high, but I am willing to pay for a case that will protect precious information contained on hard drives.Highly recommended. 5Good case, low priceThe hard disks are piling up in my office, and I'm not comfortable leaving them lying around naked with my data, so now they live in these cases. The cases fit standard 3.5" drives like a glove, stack nested flat, sit neatly on shelves oriented like books, and they also fit into a Pelican 1510 case I customized the padding within, in case I need to transport to a job site, move, or head for the hills when The Big One hits. (I can fit 15 drives into the Peli case with a modified padding system.)Only two wishes: that the little piece of foam on the lid interior which keeps the drive pressed securely into place when the lid is closed were on the bottom of the case instead, so when I slide the drive into the case it wouldn't smack the unpadded bottom; and that the hinge appeared more likely to last. I just know the thin, narrow, single layer hinge will be the first thing to break after X period of use and repeated opening/closings.Other than that, a good case. 4Fatal flaw?I bought 5 of these cases to house my most precious data in an off site backup RAID disk set consisting of five 2TB mechanisms. My backup drive is a Drobo S, and I swap the disk pack weekly, keeping one backup disk pack off site. Each of the five off site drives is stored inside a MUKii drive case, and the set of 5 drives is in turn kept inside a Pelican 1450 case with padded dividers for transport.I like the MUKii cases fine. But one major problem: the plastic tab which retains the lid is fragile. I am not hard on equipment, but the first day with my 5 MUKii 3.5" drive cases, one of the lock tabs broke off. This happened with normal pressure, simply opening the case.As anyone who has picked up a briefcase that was not properly secured knows, it is a terrible thing to dump the contents of a case all over the floor. A fragile lock tab may seem like a minor issue, but it could be terrible if it resulted in dropping and damaging a hard disk mechanism. It would ruin my day to lose one of the drives from my RAID. And considering that some of my RAIDs require matched sets of drives (identical model and firmware) and replacement issues as product lines are constantly refreshed, it could get into a great deal of time and money to replace and rebuild an entire array of drives.I immediately ordered a replacement MUKii case and discarded the one with the broken latch tab.This critical piece of the MUKii case is grossly underengineered. If I'd had time, I should have ordered samples on various products, but for sake of expediency, I am going to stick with MUKii for now. But if I have another latch tab break, I will probably throw out all the MUKii cases and go with another brand. 3
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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