Grixx USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 128GB for £33.98 delivered @ 7dayShop - HotUKDeals
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Sleek aluminium housing

128GB storage, high performance, quality and value for money.
It features rapid USB 3.0 transfer speeds.

The flash drive is finished in a smooth aluminium housing, complemented with a black cap to protect the USB end.

It's easy to use thanks to its plug n play technology. With this USB memory stick, it's also easy to carry around all your important data.

Cashback around 2%-3% at quidco & tcb
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sean316
2 x 64gb usb sticks would be better, less chance of losing all the data.

voted cold.

Yes, but twice as much chance of losing half of it.
19 Likes
Is that 128gb in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me?
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PhilV
At the moment the going rate for USB memory stick storage is £15 per 64GB. This is a standard price. There's nothing wrong with it but it's not a 'deal' so I'm voting cold only because it's not that impressive. Nowt wrong with it through, if you want one get one.

If you're going to spend £30+ on pocket storage though, consider this;

Right now eBuyer are doing a Portable (2.5", self-powered) USB 3.0 disk by Seagate, 1.5TB for £56. That's less than £20 per 500GB.

These drives are almost as portable as a USB stick, and a very worth option to consider as an alternative.

Hardly comparable. DIfferent technology, completely different physical sizes. And if £15 for 64GB is the going rate for a USB 3.0 flash drive, where are all the other £30 128GB ones? I've looked and I can't find them.

Just because 2 x 64GB drives may be cheaper doesn't mean that's better. I don't want to carry two around. I want one. So if I want a 128GB USB 3.0 drive, is there anything out there that is as cheap is this? If not, this is a deal, and is the best deal available. I've looked for others, couldn't find anything equal or better, so for that reason, this is hot.

Edited By: kriswoj on Jun 30, 2014 13:27

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#1
Has been posted before, at a higher price.
Gets good reviews.

Price is £31.99, plus postage £1.99


£35.98 thread 2 months ago

£35.98 thread 1 month ago
#2
That's a pretty good price, assuming it reaches the advertised speeds.
2 Likes #3
TomStockport
That's a pretty good price, assuming it reaches the advertised speeds.

Own one, it definitely does. Cracking USB stick.
19 Likes #4
Is that 128gb in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me?
#5
The read speed isn't very high but the write speed is decent.
#6
bailey87
Is that 128gb in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me?


this guy ha
#7
Waiting for 1tb instead
#8
that is some serious storage. :3
1 Like #9
martinelsen
Waiting for 1tb instead
mutley1
that is some serious storage. :3

Your wish is my command, and dude this is some serious storage >

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hyperx-datatraveler-hyperx-predator-1tb-usb-3-0-flash-drive-749-00-amazon-1941789

Sorry to spam my deal in this thread, but I had to answer :)
#10
Hot, tempted but encryption is a must 4me especially @ 128GB
1 Like #11
2 x 64gb usb sticks would be better, less chance of losing all the data.

voted cold.
40 Likes #12
sean316
2 x 64gb usb sticks would be better, less chance of losing all the data.

voted cold.

Yes, but twice as much chance of losing half of it.
#13
sean316
2 x 64gb usb sticks would be better, less chance of losing all the data.

voted cold.
so wheres the linky to a USB3 64Gb stick at £18 then?
#14
Wow
banned#15
wow .128GB great!
#16
They probs mean 128mb :p
#17
Grixx? Never heard of them, just worried about quality to be honest

All1
1 Like #18
sean316
2 x 64gb usb sticks would be better, less chance of losing all the data.

voted cold.

Misread post, removed pointless rant.

Edited By: TomStockport on Jun 30, 2014 10:12: misread
#19
Pattersons21
Hot, tempted but encryption is a must 4me especially @ 128GB

Can't you use any encryption on a USB stick? Ultimately it's the software which encrypts, not the stick, unless you use something like an Iron Key, which is expensive.
#20
TomStockport
Can't you use any encryption on a USB stick? Ultimately it's the software which encrypts, not the stick, unless you use something like an Iron Key, which is expensive.

For a software option you could use truecrypt (defunct?) I suppose but requires admin rights so usually won't work (read/write access) on your office computer. Bitlocker ok on windows but afaik not compatible with other OSs.

Best hardware alternative imo is the Kingston DataTraveler Locker G3 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, but more expensive than this deal and half the capacity.
#21
Pattersons21
Hot, tempted but encryption is a must 4me especially @ 128GB

just use bitlocker, or Truecrypt (yes it is safe) and encypt the drive. both free.
#22
HOT
1 Like #23
Bought this last month.

Was dubious about the brand and I have only bought a few items from 7dayshop before.

Anyeay, I took the plunge and have no regrets, this baby is F.A.S.T! (no official tests but for 10GB+ files, it achieves close to the headline figures).

The only negative is the cap - it doesn't slot anywhere when you take it off, so you'll lose it before long.
#24
sean316
2 x 64gb usb sticks would be better, less chance of losing all the data.

voted cold.

I'd rather have 2 x 128GB sticks
#25
At the moment the going rate for USB memory stick storage is £15 per 64GB. This is a standard price. There's nothing wrong with it but it's not a 'deal' so I'm voting cold only because it's not that impressive. Nowt wrong with it through, if you want one get one.

If you're going to spend £30+ on pocket storage though, consider this;

Right now eBuyer are doing a Portable (2.5", self-powered) USB 3.0 disk by Seagate, 1.5TB for £56. That's less than £20 per 500GB.

These drives are almost as portable as a USB stick, and a very worth option to consider as an alternative.
#26
Thanks. Voted HOT!
Should be ideal to use as a media storage solution for my Raspberry Pi. Although you don't really benefit from USB 3.0 on rPi...
#27
Excellent Write Speed on this drive. I bought it last month after seeing it on the previous thread on here. Reaches 60-65mbps on 1gb+ files.
6 Likes #28
PhilV
At the moment the going rate for USB memory stick storage is £15 per 64GB. This is a standard price. There's nothing wrong with it but it's not a 'deal' so I'm voting cold only because it's not that impressive. Nowt wrong with it through, if you want one get one.

If you're going to spend £30+ on pocket storage though, consider this;

Right now eBuyer are doing a Portable (2.5", self-powered) USB 3.0 disk by Seagate, 1.5TB for £56. That's less than £20 per 500GB.

These drives are almost as portable as a USB stick, and a very worth option to consider as an alternative.

Hardly comparable. DIfferent technology, completely different physical sizes. And if £15 for 64GB is the going rate for a USB 3.0 flash drive, where are all the other £30 128GB ones? I've looked and I can't find them.

Just because 2 x 64GB drives may be cheaper doesn't mean that's better. I don't want to carry two around. I want one. So if I want a 128GB USB 3.0 drive, is there anything out there that is as cheap is this? If not, this is a deal, and is the best deal available. I've looked for others, couldn't find anything equal or better, so for that reason, this is hot.

Edited By: kriswoj on Jun 30, 2014 13:27
#29
Does anyone know what the formatted capacity would be of one of these please? I'm trying to prune my music collection to fit on one.
2 Likes #30
Pattersons21

Best hardware alternative imo is the Kingston DataTraveler Locker G3 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, but more expensive than this deal and half the capacity.

If you're wanting hardware encryption on a USB stick, surely you don't require much data as most of it will be documents anyway or the odd naked picture of your wifes friend.
#31
BarGin
Does anyone know what the formatted capacity would be of one of these please? I'm trying to prune my music collection to fit on one.

Looks like 119gb (source)
#32
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BarGin
Does anyone know what the formatted capacity would be of one of these please? I'm trying to prune my music collection to fit on one.

Looks like 119gb (source)
Thank you.
#33
looks like prices are dropping
#34
PhilV
At the moment the going rate for USB memory stick storage is £15 per 64GB. This is a standard price.
Can you please link me to a 64Gb one for £15 with comparable write speeds as I'd like to buy one.
1 Like #35
Crossbow
PhilV
At the moment the going rate for USB memory stick storage is £15 per 64GB. This is a standard price.
Can you please link me to a 64Gb one for £15 with comparable write speeds as I'd like to buy one.

Not only that, but the more GB you have on one stick usually costs a hell of a lot more than a smaller version.

10 x 128gb sticks = £340
1 x 1tb stick = £750

The best option I can find is a 64gb stick for £18 with 100mb read, 55mb write. This is a very very good deal for £33.98.

Edited By: titchyyyyy on Jun 30, 2014 16:36
#36
This is definitely a fantastic deal, so I would take a moment to consider what you plan to use it for. Not many people are needing to store up movies for a months long trip in the wilderness. Most people just want fast transfer between computers.

Also with flash drives, it is normally pretty important that they don't break. I went for a Kingston drive with half the write speeds but water proof and built rugged. This cost me £27 for 64 GB I knew about the above offer before I bought this but I just got to a psychological barrier I thought damn over 30 quid and I could buy an external hard drive.
#37
titchyyyyy
The best option I can find is a 64gb stick for £18 with 100mb read, 55mb write.
That's not bad.

Link please, thanks.

Edited By: Crossbow on Jun 30, 2014 18:43
1 Like #38
Crossbow
titchyyyyy
The best option I can find is a 64gb stick for £18 with 100mb read, 55mb write.
That's not bad.

Link please, thanks.

Lexar @ 14,99 inc delivery

YVW
1 Like #39
Pattersons21
TomStockport
Can't you use any encryption on a USB stick? Ultimately it's the software which encrypts, not the stick, unless you use something like an Iron Key, which is expensive.

For a software option you could use truecrypt (defunct?) I suppose but requires admin rights so usually won't work (read/write access) on your office computer. Bitlocker ok on windows but afaik not compatible with other OSs.

Best hardware alternative imo is the Kingston DataTraveler Locker G3 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, but more expensive than this deal and half the capacity.

For usb key encryption from experience I don't use software anymore (admin rights, OS problems etc)...

So I use hardware encryption.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/iStorage-IS-FL-DA-256-32-datAshur-256-Bit-Flash/dp/B00ALIM7BQ/ref=sr_1_2?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1404374388&sr=1-2&keywords=datAshur

The only issue is it is expensive.

But for the deal, when it was first posted I got one tested it out, now I have just ordered another two.

Great Deal :)
1 Like #40
Just been using mine for the past 2 days. Its seriously quick, I'm very impressed. I had a Corsair Voyager 128GB before this which cost double the price and its conked out after just 6 months. Fair enough I got a 5 year warranty with it, but this Grixx drive is offering better performance

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