SanDisk 16GB Titanium Cruzer U3 USB Flash Drive - £18.89 delivered or £17.76 with QUIDCO/TOPCASHBACK @ MYMEMORY - HotUKDeals
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SanDisk 16GB Titanium Cruzer U3 USB Flash Drive - £18.89 delivered or £17.76 with QUIDCO/TOPCASHBACK.

Price shown is £20.99. Enter code CHEAPXMAS-09 at Checkout to make it £18.89.

Also if you use TOPCASHBACK or QUIDCO you earn 6% lowering further down to just £17.76.

Awesome drive at an awesome price...
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#2
That's £20.99, mine is £18.89 or even cheaper with cashback.
#3
Very good price for an excellent usb.
#4
I work as a trainer and use flash drives a lot - in fact one of the 'best inventions of the last few years' for me! I have several, mainly Sandisk but the titaniums are very robust and reliable. It also happily streams HD movies etc. to my blue-ray usb slot. All flash drives are vulnerable to being a sideways swipe when in a usb (that reaks some!) but the Sandisk is tougher than most.
#5
Hot!hot!hot!
#6
what are the loops like on these? are they tough enough to be on a set of keys?

looking at the sandisk blade which looks like it has a very strong moulded lanyard hole, wonder which is the best option.
banned#7
JohnCena;7317733
That's £20.99, mine is £18.89 or even cheaper with cashback.

yours is £20.99 too before using the code. You can use the code on both sticks!
suspended#8
same price as usual, but op has found a voucher deal,

nice one op, but maybe should have entered this as a voucher instead of a new deal.

:thumbsup: repped

got mine the other day, and as Borat would say

IT'S NIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICEEE
#9
Thanks for the pointer, wish I had waited now.
#10
Good deal. hi guys, now i am not being dumb here, but i am new to this Quidco business. How does it work, and how do i utilise the service? I have just signed up. Thanks
#11
sod it - ordered this above the sandisk blade


heat
suspended#12
merb0786
Good deal. hi guys, now i am not being dumb here, but i am new to this Quidco business. How does it work, and how do i utilise the service? I have just signed up. Thanks


log in, and look for mymemory and click on link.

then a new page comes up, click the green button thing, where it says "visit retailer to earn cashback".

A new window opens which brings u to the mymemory website, and use that window to buy the usb stick as normal.

pay for the item, and thats it.

wait a little while, and log back into quidco and it should have tracked. If it did u just have to wait months before u get anything ^_^
#13
merb0786
Good deal. hi guys, now i am not being dumb here, but i am new to this Quidco business. How does it work, and how do i utilise the service? I have just signed up. Thanks


After you register, simply log on to your account, search for the online shop you want to buy from and click on the appropriate link.

When the new window opens, it will be opened as a referral from quidco/topcashback. You do business as usual, and the amount you paid will be tracked by Quidco/Topcashback.

In their site there you will find a percentage amount of what you would get as cashback, and after some days it will show on your account. When it reaches aq certain amount you can apply to get the cashback.

Hope this helps.
#14
Just ordered one, I have the 8gb version at the moment and they are very good.
#15
cheers, ordered myself one:thumbsup:
#16
scrumpypaul
what are the loops like on these? are they tough enough to be on a set of keys?


Yes, they are very strong.
#17
Great find , was thinkin of ordering one of these the other day for £20.99,glad i waited top deal!
thanks
#18
I have the 8gb one from the PCWorld/Currys deal earlier in the year and it's a nice solid stick that exudes quality.

Have to have one of these at this price, I think I'm addicted to titanium products.
#19
I've owned 2 of these in 4gb and 16 gb - but have a tendancy to move my laptop at work and snapping them at the weak spot which is where they are soldered onto the board . I have ordered this one hoping that the metal housing will make it a little more robust . It's a good price at just over £1 per GB . I don't like the bundled secure software and typically reformat it before using. the retracting connector is a great idea - one less thing to loose , it also has a lanyard hole .
#20
Don't need it but ordered :) Excellent piece of kit.
#21
DragonChris
Don't need it but ordered :) Excellent piece of kit.


What he said :-D
#22
******! Went for it at £20.99. Voted cold ;)


(kidding of course they are worth £20.99 easily)
#23
lIKEWISE ORDERED ON THE EARLIER POST... nICE VOUCHER THOUGH...
#24
Ordered, thanks.
#25
Entilzha
I have the 8gb one from the PCWorld/Currys deal earlier in the year and it's a nice solid stick that exudes quality.

Have to have one of these at this price, I think I'm addicted to titanium products.


I have to say, the quality is pretty fantastic in these sticks and the data transfer speed is rather excellent as well! All in all, a bargain for a quality product. I'm not very fond of the slider, but that's personal preference :)

If anyone is in the market for a usb stick, get one of these bad boys now :) I may end up buying another one for the girlfriend...
#26
Anyone knows when the discount code expires?
#27
Its advertised as 24 to 28th Dec in the website
#28
BlackCloud
I work as a trainer and use flash drives a lot - in fact one of the 'best inventions of the last few years' for me! I have several, mainly Sandisk but the titaniums are very robust and reliable. It also happily streams HD movies etc. to my blue-ray usb slot. All flash drives are vulnerable to being a sideways swipe when in a usb (that reaks some!) but the Sandisk is tougher than most.


Clearly not a spelling trainer :)
#29
I ordered a couple of these when they were posted a week or so ago. Good sticks. Someone else had noted in the previous thread - they have changed the design of these very slightly, the finish is no longer the very slightly pitted laser etched (bronze two-tone) as shown in the photo (and on previous versions) but is now nearer shiny plain silver. The LED has changed from blue to a pulsing orange one - but in all honesty, the build quality seems almost the same - i'm not totally convinced the finish will last as long as the previous ones though - they almost look like they have been 'varnished' and it might chip off. We'll see.

Have some Heat and Rep for the deal.
suspended#30
Thx to bykergrove, picture available here from previous HUKD post... http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/556478/sandisk-16gb-titanium-cruzer-u3-usb/showpost.php?p=7259089&postcount=47... varnish seems quite obvious but still nice

New design black SanDisk Cruzer 16GB available at Amazon for £17.29 delivered atm... http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sandisk-16GB-Cruzer-Flash-Drive/dp/B001XURP8G/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1261667326&sr=8-4#moreAboutThisProduct. Titanium has 15Mb/9Mb read/write speed (apparently), anyone know if the black one is better/worse for read/write, google'd new design one but cant find spec, thx in advance!
#31
Didn't need but ordered anyway !
#32
I have had one of these since July (WHSmiths deal 29 quid) just bought another for my father in law at this price. Voted hot.
#33
£26.99 now :(
#34
Price has gone up to £26.99.

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