Let your lightsaber glow with 19% off this 2TB Star Wars SSD 

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Seagate FireCuda Lightsaber Legends Star Wars SSD has a great Dark Side deal on Amazon.
Seagate FireCuda Lightsaber Legends Star Wars SSD against a white background.

Seagate FireCuda Lightsaber Legends

“With three distinct faceplates, this NVMe SSD lets you celebrate your favourite Star Wars icons using a blend of RGB lighting and a bespoke heatsink.”

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RGB lighting is a divisive topic here at Club386. Some of us embrace the colourful chaos with showcase builds proudly displayed for all to see. Others prefer an opaque mesh panel on a PC stashed under the desk. No matter which side you’re on, though, lighting has never made as much sense as it does on this SSD.

Officially licensed from Disney, Seagate’s FireCuda Lightsaber Legends is a special edition NVMe with a splash of Star Wars. Packing three swappable faceplates, you can show your love for Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, or Darth Vader by brandishing their signature weapon. It’s still a full RGB strip you can customise, but it looks far better shining blue or red.

It’s not all form over function, however. The faceplates sit on top of a heatsink that’s designed to keep the PCIe 4.0 drive cool. After all, reaching up to 7,300MB/s read speeds on the 2TB model heats things up a bit.

Holding the power of The Force in your hands is surprisingly cheap right now. With a 19% discount on Amazon US, the SSD falls to $189.99. Across the Atlantic, 8% off the same device puts it to £158.82 in the UK. I’d hurry, though, as there don’t seem to be many left in stock. Plus, SSD prices aren’t too reliable at the moment, so it’s worth snapping up drives when you see them cheaper.

If anything goes wrong, Seagate covers its FireCuda devices with a five-year warranty and a three-year Rescue Data Recovery Service. It should last quite a while, though, as the brand rates the drive for up to 5,100TBW. To put this in perspective, that’s rewriting 70% of your storage every single day for five years straight. Of course, there’s no way we can test this to verify the claim.

I recommend that you try it out for yourself to see if it suits your system. Amazon provides a 30-day return window from the moment you purchase. If you’re not happy, you can return the SSD at any point within the first month of buying it for a full refund. Just remember to wipe its data if you plan on taking that route.

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