Corsair 32GB Flash Voyager USB Flash Drive with 2 Years Warranty (Refurb) - £21.99 @ My Memory - HotUKDeals
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The Corsair Flash Voyager family of USB drives are rugged, stylish, compact, and reliable, making them ideal for transporting MP3s, digital images, presentations and more. Flash Voyager drives are fully Plug and Play with most operating systems and are backward compatible with USB 1.1.
The Corsair Flash Voyager family is comprised of two outstanding products. The Flash Voyager GT is designed from the ground up for speed, optimizing transfer rates of both reads and writes, while Flash Voyager provides a durable USB drive in large capacities.

The Flash Voyager and Flash Voyager GT are enclosed in the Corsair proprietary all-rubber housing. Boasting water-resistant properties, these drives allow users to carry more valuable data and applications without compromise. Several reviews of the Flash Voyager products have demonstrated the ruggedness, durability, and reliability of the Flash Voyager family. The Flash Voyager has been shown laundered, baked, frozen, boiled, dropped, and even run over by a SUV in many third party reviews. After all the punishment it receives, the drive continues to work.
Specification

- Plug & Play functionality in Windows Vista, XP, 2000, ME, Linux 2.4 and later, Mac OS 9, X and later
- Lanyard, USB cable
- Limited 10-year warranty
- Flash Voyager GT provides fast data transfer using performance IC-paired memory and controllers
- Up to 3x faster than avergae usb flash transfer rates
Warranty

2 Years
Tags

Colour: Black
Write Speed: 19MB/s
Read Speed: 25MB/s
Featureses: Shock-Resistant, Water-Resistant, Refurbished
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2 Likes #1
I have a very large collection of wild badger photos and need to know if this device would be able to store them. In total i have 17,455 photos and i need a safe way to store them, especially after my computer crashed last Tuesday and i lost over 300,000 turtle photos! (although i did manage to recover the majority of this particular album)
#2
thrillhouse
I have a very large collection of wild badger photos and need to know if this device would be able to store them. In total i have 17,455 photos and i need a safe way to store them, especially after my computer crashed last Tuesday and i lost over 300,000 turtle photos! (although i did manage to recover the majority of this particular album)


if something is important to you as that i personally would make several backups on seperate devices
#3
I have the 16Gb version of this and its worked like a charm for the last 6 months....dont know if i trust a 'refurbished' model though...not with importamt data
#4
The description about product on my memory website is wrong one, its for Voyager GT model.This one is not GT and is much slower. The only right in the description is the product code CMFUSB2.0-32GB/RF stands for Corsair 32GB Flash Voyager USB Flash Drive
#5
thrillhouse
I have a very large collection of wild badger photos and need to know if this device would be able to store them. In total i have 17,455 photos and i need a safe way to store them, especially after my computer crashed last Tuesday and i lost over 300,000 turtle photos! (although i did manage to recover the majority of this particular album)


Sounds like you are a pro photographer, or at least a pretty enthusiastic amateur to take that many photos!

If you are not overly techie, and don't want to set up a redundant network attached storage device, I suggest as the simplest option to get two external USB harddisks.

Back everything up on to one of them (lets call it USB Drive A). Then, maybe every months or so, plug them both in to you PC and copy everything from USB Drive A to USB Drive B. I'd suggest using a free piece of software called Teracopy for that. Then you have two copies of everything. You'd be spectacularly unluck to have both drives die at the same time!
#6
Bought one of these last time and it's excellent - huge capacity, could find something faster for more of course but personally speed isn't important to me. I just go do something else when it's writing. Much more sturdy than that 7dayshop swivel one I bought and promptly returned. It felt like it was about to fall apart the minute I used it. And it's speed claims were a joke. Don't know what refurbished means really - it was sealed in a blister pack. I ran hw2test on it and it passed fine - again unlike the 7dayshop one. Surely with flash memory, if it works then it'll probably keep working?
#7
thrillhouse
I have a very large collection of wild badger photos and need to know if this device would be able to store them. In total i have 17,455 photos and i need a safe way to store them, especially after my computer crashed last Tuesday and i lost over 300,000 turtle photos! (although i did manage to recover the majority of this particular album)


Sound slike you need cloud based backup. Accessable from anywhere, secure, imune to hardware crashes, no worry about loosing a USB key etc. Google cloud based backup or online backup. Google and Amazon among others have solutions starting from 5GB. Depending on the size and format of your pictures you could need 5-50GB.
A portable drikve might also be an option as you can get 320GB for around £30.
#8
Good price but the Corsair Forums do not paint a great picture of the refurb drives.
#9
Good price but the speed on these probably isn't great (only got the 8gb one to go on) and it's far too easy to lose the cap!
1 Like #10
Guarantees on refurbs of memory sticks are pointless. The stick is easily replaced, but the data is priceless, and no guarantee can cover that. Several backups is the only way to be sure your data is safe.

What does 'refurb' mean on a device with no moving parts? It suggests to me the device has failed or malfunctioned once already. Once is the limit for me - I'm not trusting new data that I haven't had a chance to back up yet to a drive that might have failed once before, for the sake of saving a few quid...
#11
I have the 16GB Refurb version and it works just like any other USB.
If you are looking for a cheap 32GB drive I would definitely go for it.
If you are wondering about how reliable this USB drive is, may be you should learn about backups first. NEVER store important data on a single medium.
#12
maybe the entire internal board is replaced with a new one but still uses the same outer shell - still a refurb but new internals...

who knows...

still i wouldnt take a chance lol

get the dataferry deal instead
#13
I wish I needed this
#14
bargain just ordered 3 of them
thanks
#15
Good price but mine 16gb version doesn`t have stated speeds...
#16
profet
thrillhouse
I have a very large collection of wild badger photos and need to know if this device would be able to store them. In total i have 17,455 photos and i need a safe way to store them, especially after my computer crashed last Tuesday and i lost over 300,000 turtle photos! (although i did manage to recover the majority of this particular album)


Sounds like you are a pro photographer, or at least a pretty enthusiastic amateur to take that many photos!

If you are not overly techie, and don't want to set up a redundant network attached storage device, I suggest as the simplest option to get two external USB harddisks.

Back everything up on to one of them (lets call it USB Drive A). Then, maybe every months or so, plug them both in to you PC and copy everything from USB Drive A to USB Drive B. I'd suggest using a free piece of software called Teracopy for that. Then you have two copies of everything. You'd be spectacularly unluck to have both drives die at the same time!


Also worth mentioning that some unfortunate people have also lost critical data by having the PC (or laptop) in the same place as the backup(s), so when you backup your data, take 1 copy to a different location (eg family member). Then should the worst happen back at home eg fire / flood / theft etc, your precious data is still safe. Computers can be replaced but data cannot.

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