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Kingwin Inner Tray for KF-813-BK SATA Aluminum Mobile Rack KF-813-T-BK

by Kingwin
4.4 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Extra inner tray for KF-811/812/812-BK
  • Special shock absorber system
  • For standard 1" or 1.6" height, 3.5" HDD
  • Supports all brands of 3.5" Serial ATA HDD
  • Easy transport and secure valuable data
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Product Description

Inner tray for SATA KF-813-BK, KF-812-BK, KF-811-BK with shock absorber system

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 5.1 x 2 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002MT4K7G
  • Item model number: KF-813-T-BK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 2, 2004

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXPRESSION OF MY OPINION: The function provided for the price is ok. But if you can afford to pay more, look at CRU's "dataport" products.

You can purchase the Kingwin Rack Insert with 1,2, or 3 fans. But the fans are noisy. If you have a quiet computer, you probably will not like this product - perhaps with only one fan. My biggest gripe is that neither of the two front panel lights (red & green) blink when the enclosed H.D. is accessed (CRU's do blink).

After you install a H.D., you slide the top panel back onto the Rack Insert. This design is convenient. BUT be very careful - as you begin sliding the top panel back onto the enclosure (Rack Insert), BE SURE you are sliding into the CORRECT CHANNEL/GROOVE on the sides of the enclosure! It's too easy to slide the top panel back-on DIRECTLY ABOVE the correct channel/groove.

After you've installed a H.D. and replaced the top panel, THE Rack Insert SLIDES INTO ITS RACK (mounted in a computer bay) WITH VERY LITTLE EFFORT. If not, DO NOT FORCE IT! Chances are one of the two sides of the top panel of the Rack Insert was not reinstalled into the correct channel/groove, but instead, above it.

Be sure to keep the Rack Insert's handle UP until it's completely pushed to the back the Rack. Then lower the handle to lock it in-place.

Hope this is helpful. :)
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This is not my first purchase of the KF-813-BK. I bought this item about four years ago and it has always operated very well. I use this wiith two trays. I am using Acronis to backup my main HDD with two partitions, C and D. I do this backup once a week and change hard drives at that time. This new purchase is in anticipation of doing the same with another computer. I rccommed buying the model with three fans because that is what I use and never have any cooling problems. Some reviews in the past griped about the release lever on the tray, saying it was too flimsy; but if you use this product as designed that is irelevant, because you are not swapping out the physical hard drives every day, or even every year. The only time I have had to place a different hard drive in the enclosure was because the drive failed or I chose to replace a drive with one of greater capacity.
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I have six of these and use them to house the hard drives I use for my daily server backups at work. One is the primary backup, and five are for daily offsite rotations. I've been using them for a while now, and they work very well, but I have two small complaints. At least one fan in a couple of them is making a little bit of noise, and the small tabs on the plastic handles that actually lock the drive into the rack can break off fairly easily if they bump into anything when not inserted into the rack. It still locks in without the tab, but it would be nice if the handle was made of aluminum so maybe they wouldn't break off so easily. I'd recommend them if you're looking for decently made, not too expensive mobile racks.
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I love this drive kit and of course you need a few of these drive trays to go with the kit. I use them for my back up and when new operating systems come out like windows 10. When I do a back up I use a clone drive. I use to be a computer tech and a clone is better than a backup since it's an exact copy and you are up and running as fast as you can turn on the computer. I also back up small stuff so I can keep up with it all my small files and don't have to clone my drive every day.
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