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Lexar 128GB JumpDrive S45 USB 3.0 Flash Drive 150MB/s £19.94 Mymemory with code

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3 Likes #1
I'm using one of these at the moment, I used black sticky tape at the end to stop it flashing blue all the time.
http://i68.tinypic.com/s4cnls.jpg
Lexar vs Sandisk

Edited By: RiverDragon8 on Sep 21, 2016 16:21: edit
1 Like #2
This looks perfect for my Wii U, thanks OP :)
#3
Good price.

This same jumpdrive got to 571 degrees a month ago on here via Amazon and that was only £1 cheaper for Prime members.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lexar-jumpdrive-s45-128gb-usb3-low-profile-size-18-99-prime-22-98-non-prime-amazon-2495959

Does this one get hot like the SanDisk jump drives ?
#4
RiverDragon8
I'm using one of these at the moment, I used black sticky tape at the end to stop it flashing blue all the time.http://i68.tinypic.com/s4cnls.jpg
Lexar vs Sandisk

Haha! Well that convinced me not to buy thIs
1 Like #5
robodan918
RiverDragon8
I'm using one of these at the moment, I used black sticky tape at the end to stop it flashing blue all the time.http://i68.tinypic.com/s4cnls.jpg
Lexar vs Sandisk
Haha! Well that convinced me not to buy thIs
Why? This drive is better than the Samsung and Sandisk equivalent.
1 Like #6
KongDonkey
Good price.
This same jumpdrive got to 571 degrees a month ago on here via Amazon and that was only £1 cheaper for Prime members.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lexar-jumpdrive-s45-128gb-usb3-low-profile-size-18-99-prime-22-98-non-prime-amazon-2495959
Does this one get hot like the SanDisk jump drives ?
Gets warmish, brilliant drives.
#7
RiverDragon8
robodan918
RiverDragon8
I'm using one of these at the moment, I used black sticky tape at the end to stop it flashing blue all the time.http://i68.tinypic.com/s4cnls.jpg
Lexar vs Sandisk
Haha! Well that convinced me not to buy thIs
Why? This drive is better than the Samsung and Sandisk equivalent.

What makes it better than the Samsung equivalent? Was looking to buy the Samsung one!
#8
Meh, usual price for these.
#9
Thanks for the post. Just ordered one of these as I've recently lost a 128GB Sandisk one... (Luckily there's nothing on it of relevance apart from some files to flash my Galaxy Tab 1)
3 Likes #10
ajavaid92
RiverDragon8
robodan918
RiverDragon8
I'm using one of these at the moment, I used black sticky tape at the end to stop it flashing blue all the time.http://i68.tinypic.com/s4cnls.jpg
Lexar vs Sandisk
Haha! Well that convinced me not to buy thIs
Why? This drive is better than the Samsung and Sandisk equivalent.
What makes it better than the Samsung equivalent? Was looking to buy the Samsung one!
http://www.everythingusb.com/mini-drives.html
2 Likes #11
Have some heat - ordered.8)

Don't forget topcashback offer 4% as well
#12
Sooo much better a product than the Sandisk one. Nice price, may have to buy some more :)
#13
RiverDragon8
robodan918
RiverDragon8
I'm using one of these at the moment, I used black sticky tape at the end to stop it flashing blue all the time.http://i68.tinypic.com/s4cnls.jpg
Lexar vs Sandisk
Haha! Well that convinced me not to buy thIs
Why? This drive is better than the Samsung and Sandisk equivalent.

Blue light = distracting af
#14
I used black sticky tape to cover the end (2 min job).
http://i63.tinypic.com/2m2sx14.jpg
#15
Bought as cheap expansion storage for a Lenovo 100s IdeaPad - hopefully that will be enough to keep it ticking over! :D
1 Like #16
These are perfect for cars that take USB memory sticks. Don't stick out at all so no chance of knocking them.
#17
KongDonkey
Good price.
This same jumpdrive got to 571 degrees a month ago on here via Amazon and that was only £1 cheaper for Prime members.

The equivalent Sandisk drive got to 2500 degrees but that was just the operating temperature of the drive rather than the rating on here X)

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