The good folks over at Iomega have agreed to provide TechHead readers (UK only at this stage – watch this space for other countries) with a generous 20% discount off of their new Iomega PX series NAS devices from the 1st July until the 1st September.  I’m a big fan of both the Iomega IX and PX series storage devices as they are ideal for my VMware vSphere lab environment, of course they could also be used by SMBs and Enterprise sized businesses requiring storage at a remote office or similar.Iomega PX Discount Code

Even for home use they are a real storage swiss army knife as they can also host and serve up your family photos, videos and hook into a handful of different social media providers such as Facebook. Oh yes, and you can also provide an off-site backup service to a friend or family member also with an IX or PX NAS.

If this sounds like it could be of interest, here are the details below on the TechHead discount, remember to head to the TechHead Hot Deals section regularly as this is where I usually post any such good deals I come across that I think may be of use to TechHead readers:

Discount Code: VSPECIALPX

What it includes: 20% off PX products (excluding accessories and service plans) in UK store only, active from 1st July to 1st September.

Click here to access the Iomega store.

Ensure that you have the ‘United Kingdom’ selected from the country site drop down list.

Iomega PX Discount Code

– After selecting your model of Iomega PX from the next screen click "Add to Cart" button

– BEFORE proceeding to checkout, click on the red text “Promotion Code (Optional)” situated just above “Subtotal”

– Enter the discount code: VSPECIALPX

– The price should automatically adjust and a message should appear confirming that the discount code has been applied

– Click the “Proceed to checkout” button to complete purchase


Hope those of you who have been considering buying an Iomega PX for your home lab or similar find this discount of use.  Smile


  1. says

    Hi Simon,

    I am not too sure if this is actually working right.

    I have tried a couple of different PX units (PX6 Diskless and PX4 4TB) and when I try to use the code I get the following (see attached image)



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