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ICY DOCK MB877SK-B Tray-less Aluminum Body 3.5" SATA I & II Mobile Rack Removable Hard Drive Kit

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ICY DOCK MB877SK-B Aluminum Tray-less 3.5" SATA I, II & II Hard Drive Mobile Rack Enclosure
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Product Reviews

ICY DOCK MB877SK-B Tray-less Aluminum Body 3.5" SATA I & II Mobile Rack Removable Hard Drive Kit
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 7.67/10
With 12 User Reviews

Review Date: 08/18/13
Screwless set up of tough drives, key lock for security, sturdy construction, fan to circulate air One arrived broken...appears like via shipping box was broken on 1 end. These have been installed in significantly less than 5 minutes and operate good.

Review Date: 08/08/13
Caddyless and screwless design is fairly slick. Fans present sufficient airflow to maintain the drives cool devoid of producing considerably noise. Cheap. Test your case prior to you get. A five 1ǚ" DVD drive far better be almost sloppy in the case or you're going to have a challenging time acquiring this unit in. Needs further clearance inside of the case and out the front as well. Might get blocked by your motherboard in the smaller circumstances. Had to use a Dremel tool to the front bezel to get my HP to match over the lip of the front of the drive caddy. The wire holding the drive eject element popped off and had to be taken apart to place back. I was doing a small bit of shaking and abuse beyond normal installation so I'm not also surprised I had this issue. Just check be quite cautious with the mounting specifications or very good with a Dremel and you'll be fine.

Review Date: 06/18/13
A wonderful way to access drives. In the future I will be only buying SATA drives so this provides me flexibility in backing data up and also removal if I want to reduce down on the power being drawn and additional heat being generated. I like the reality that I do not have to acquire trays for the drives and that it is a full program. Just plug in a drive. None yet. The case I put this in has rapid screw-much less drive bays and the icy dock fit in fine. I guess some circumstances have greater tolerances than other folks.

Review Date: 06/03/13
Trayless, lockable, excellent price, fan included. Some of the bigger Western Digital ƑTB Black and 2TB Green) drives do not fit. The metal guides on the inside of the dock scratch the tops of most of the drives I try to use. The fan is really loud but it is straightforward to take away if you can't take the noise anymore. This dock would be great for easily swapping difficult drives because it doesn't need trays; nevertheless, it is difficult to fit a lot of high-density difficult drives. If you have a RAID that you might want straightforward access to when one particular of your drives fails then this dock is a excellent easy answer. I wouldn't want to use it to do any frequent drive swapping.

Review Date: 03/15/13
The two key advantages are 1 these are low-cost and two they accept typical SATA drives with out any variety of drive caddy. This later benefit is large if you want to use this bay to often recover information off of a variety of disks or just don't want the hassle on an occasional disk exchange. Drive activity lights are nice and work nicely while they are fairly vibrant. Fans only lasted about 6 months ahead of they got gummed up in a low-dust environment and started producing excess noise. The fans are removable but the spring mechanism that aids close the tray is connected to the back plate and could be difficult for some to deal with. Rather of replacing the fans, I removed them and use a larger case fan to pull air by means of the drives. Airflow is not restrictive by means of the caddy and I hugely advocate this option for each cooling and a slight noise reduction. At this price point, the fan issue is the only factor holding this back from finding a 5-egg rating. The hardware isn't the most strong out there, but is greater than I anticipated for the price. Door latches and trays really should be fine beneath standard use but would fail beneath moderate abuse. Odd that these are SATA docks but have Molex connectors. Either connector really should be readily available on a modern Pc, so I don't see this as necessarily a Con, but possibly not what a purchaser would count on.

Review Date: 02/20/13
Installed two on two unique machines. Both operate well.Initial pc is a test box. Gateway with Intel 1.eight duel-core. Use bay to change boot drives. Have loaded windows 7 and Linux OS on drives in bay. No issues (bay problems).Second on custom quad-core. Gigabyte AM3 with Phenom three.2. Bay utilised for how swap drives. Performs nicely. Fan noise.Wimpy lock, but it does not need to be locked to perform.

Review Date: 02/18/13
Piece of cake to set upNo screws necessary to install a the drive just open the latch and slide it in. Need to have bought a couple a lot more. I am setting up a new workstation (with a boot drive and a four drive RAID array) and wanted to use the five.25" bays for at least 1 3.5" really hard drive. Saw this and thought it would function. I didn't realize that no tools would be needed to insert the drive. Installation was speedy and effortless. The energy connection even utilised 1 of the older style connections (non SATA) so I didn't have to scramble for yet another SATA energy connection.

Review Date: 09/03/12
I seriously like the embedded fan in the rear, quiet operation and ease of insert/removal of disks. Eight of these stacked together in my server seriously looks excellent and makes working with the drives uncomplicated. 1 of the eight I bought is flaking out. The front plastic is flimsy and the manner by which it seats a disk utilizing a spring on the door is questionable.I HATE THE MOLEX Power CONNECTORS. For two of the enclosures, the drives won't power up unless I wiggle the molex connectors. I removed the connectors, swaged down the pins and reseated them but I nonetheless get the identical impact. It could be a flaky enclosure, but either way - molex connectors are also massive and bulky for just powering a drive and enclosure. I feel 1 or two revisions of this design would make a wonderful enclosure.

Review Date: 07/27/12
Affordable Rack is sized a fraction of an inch also big to install in a regular tool-much less 5.25 bay. Had to remove it from my case with a vice grip due to this issue. RMAed it to Icy Dock who took a month to get me a replacement that was, according to them "one step up." Turns out the replacement is not tray-much less and is an outdated model which has difficulty operating with the current trays they sell. So not only am I out income to buy additional trays (the point of going tray-much less to begin with), but I have to hunt down the correct tray. Poor high quality item and poor service from Icy Dock. I regret investing the income on this product, and even worse wasting the time.

Review Date: 02/05/12
Works well, installation was straightforward. Uses a molex connector in the back, I'd choose it employed a SATA for both the information and the molex but it is also powering a small fan so possibly that was an concern? Construction about typical, could be sturdier but doesn't appear flimsy either. It has issues hot swapping some of my drives. I know they are obtaining energy and that the drives work. And if I shut down and reboot it will then see the drive. But if I pull the drive and put it back in, it won't "see" the drive. Yes it is formatted and the drive itself isn't that old, it's a 1TB Hitachi Deskstar. I could see if there is a firmware update for the HD, but if not then that is one thing to take into account, assuming for some reason it's not my motherboard this unit can be touchy hotswapping some drives. (Again if I reboot it would then see the drive..until I pull it again to hotswap) It does see some of my other older drives I program to use with it, so not a Big deal. If I have to, I'll use the one particular drive (so far) it can't see as my boot drive for my HTPC construct, and use the one particular that was going to be the boot drive as my primary "swap drive" between my primary Computer and the HTPC I'm going to construct. So a minor but notable concern for me, an individual with only 1 spare drive they program to swap could have a lot more of an concern even though obviously. -1 egg for IMO not being as sturdy of a device as I'd like (but once more not too flimsy), -1 egg for the hot swap problem I'm getting with one HDD so far. If a firmware update for the HDD is out that fixes this, I'll post a second critique as an addendum to indicate that.

Review Date: 09/25/11
Extremely nicely built drive bay - I like becoming able to swap out drives on the fly with no having to worry about keeping around additional inserts. The energy connector is upside down and is composed of a extremely soft/flimsy material - which makes it extremely easy to insert the energy connector in the wrong way. Due to the nature of this design - it killed a hard drive instantaneously. Vital NOTE - make confident you install the energy correctly [upside down] and use a non-essential test drive initial to see if the device truly works [there is a warning in the instruction manual that they are not liable for the device causing difficult drive failure]. I genuinely wish the vendor would follow how other 4 pin energy connectors are generally installed on drives rather than installing it upside down.

Review Date: 06/02/11
Price to excellent this item is fantastic. Precisely what is advertised and what I would have expected to see. If your searching for easy hot swap capacity of drives between systems or the convenience of being able to swiftly replace a drive in a program that does not have hot swap bays already installed this is a good good quality just remedy. None / for this price create high quality is far superior than it ought to be.
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Specifications: Host Interface: 7 pin SATA Drive Fit: 1 x 3.5 SATA I / II Drive Bay: 1 x 5.25" Transfer Rate: up to 300 MB/sec Insert & Extract connection Via: 15 pin direct hard drive connection Structure: Aluminum body w/ plastic face panel Drive Cooling: Aluminum heat dispersion w/ 1
Features: User friendly Tray-less design just plug in the hard drive and play. Removable Design & hot swap capability offers convenient solution for multi-drive exchangeability & maintenance. Safeguard key lock function keeps data secure within the enclosure. Aluminum body construction provides superior heat dissipation. 40mm rear warm air outtake fan ensures an optimal cooling environment. Stylish
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