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Sharkoon Vibe-Fixer Pro Mounting Adaptor for 2.5/3.5" HDD into a 3.5/5.25" Bay

Sharkoon Vibe-Fixer Pro Mounting Adaptor for 2.5/3.5" HDD into a 3.5/5.25" Bay

Scan code: LN37626 Manufacturer code: 4044951010769 Request call
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Product Overview With the Vibe Fixer Pro we present a multifunction mounting frame which provides an adequate solution for a wide range of mounting problems. Both 2.5" hard drives and 3.5" hard drives can be used with the Vibe Fixer Pro.

The Vibe Fixer Pro can be installed into either a 3.5" or 5.25" mounting slot.

It makes no difference whether the frame is used as a quick mounting system or secured with regular screws.

The Vibe Fixer Pro lets you choose and adapts to (almost) all conditions.

Installed hard drives are decoupled and for optional cooling either a 80 mm or 120 mm can be attached.
Features • Suitable for 2.5" and 3.5" devices such as HDDs and SSDs
• Fits into standard 3.5" and standard 5.25" mounting bays
• Decoupled mounting for HDDs
• Mounting option for additional fan (80 mm or 120 mm)
• Dimensions: 156 x 98/144 x 32 mm (L x W x H)
• Weight: 154 g

Package contents:
• Mounting frame “Vibe Fixer Pro”
• 8x decouplers
• 2x fixation rails
• 4x fan screws
• 4x metal washers
• 4x rubber bolts for fan mounting
• 4x fixation screws for mounting frame (3 mm, fine thread)
• 4x mounting screws for mounting frame (15 mm, fine thread)
• 4x mounting screws for 2.5" HDDs (12.5 mm, fine thread)
• 4x mounting screws for 3.5" HDDs (13 mm, coarse thread)
• Manual

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

12 months
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DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Scan Computers International Limited
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