Sandisk Cruzer Blade 16GB USB Flash Drive £15.99 @Play.com, also amazon - HotUKDeals
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Easy on the eye, and small. Good price for this particular one.

* Product Type: USB flash drive
* Storage Capacity: 16 GB
* Interface Type: Hi-Speed USB
* Enclosure Colour: Black / Red
* OS Required: Microsoft Windows XP, Apple MacOS X 10.1.2, Microsoft Windows Vista / 7
* Manufacturers warranty: 2 Years

Simply pop your pictures, tunes and other fun files onto the SanDisk Cruzer Blade and start sharing with your family and friends. It's easy as can be, all on SanDisk's smallest flash drive made to keep in your pocket.

Keep your favourite files with you on the small and very portable SanDisk Cruzer Blade USB flash drive. Sleek in style and great in value, the SanDisk Cruzer Blade USB flash drive is the small, swift way to save, transfer and download your digital content from computer to computer, or take it on-the-go.
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#1
Just a note, these aren't the fastest of usb sticks. They are good for the size, but not the speed.
#2
whats a better recomendation for a similar price please?
#3
Had my eye on this flash drive for a while now, great product, great price!!
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memnoch1976
whats a better recomendation for a similar price please?

ByteStor 16GB USB High Speed "Dataferry" Flash Drive:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/ByteStor-Speed-Dataferry-Flash-Drive/dp/B003WE9WKK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1286834378&sr=8-1

It's twice as fast apparently.
#5
its a great price i paid about £17 about 3 months ago but the only thing for me is that the size of it Is far too small! but still good product :)
#6
perfect size for a keyring, read/write speeds are fine as i use a portable hdd for larger files

Hot!
#7
I have this. The plastic where the keyring broke within a couple of days! :(
#8
csmith
memnoch1976
whats a better recomendation for a similar price please?


ByteStor 16GB USB High Speed "Dataferry" Flash Drive:


http://www.amazon.co.uk/ByteStor-Speed-Dataferry-Flash-Drive/dp/B003WE9WKK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1286834378&sr=8-1


It's twice as fast apparently.


Cold because this post offers a MUCH better USB.
#9
i have one, it is painfully slow
#10
willdev
I have this. The plastic where the keyring broke within a couple of days! :(

Mine too! Plus it is really slow.
#11
Im pretty sure Aldi are have some in on Thursay £11.99 16gb
#12
dianetheartist
Im pretty sure Aldi are have some in on Thursay £11.99 16gb
8gb - kind of easy to check before posting
#13
ive got this and its not really fast at all

do not buy for speed
#14
bought one for my head unit in the car, works well and nice and small
#15
MUFCristiano
csmith
memnoch1976
whats a better recomendation for a similar price please?


ByteStor 16GB USB High Speed "Dataferry" Flash Drive:


http://www.amazon.co.uk/ByteStor-Speed-Dataferry-Flash-Drive/dp/B003WE9WKK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1286834378&sr=8-1
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http://www.amazon.co.uk/ByteStor-Speed-Dataferry-Flash-Drive/dp/B003WE9WKK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1286834378&sr=8-1


It's twice as fast apparently.


Cold because this post offers a MUCH better USB.


In what sense, build, speed, good looks or goes dutch on a date?
#16
southwell65
MUFCristiano
In what sense, build, speed, good looks or goes dutch on a date?
well as it was posted as a faster drive id be guessing...speed
#17
I've had one on my keyring for a while now, its well built compared to other USB sticks. The plastic is moulded in one piece making it very strong. The only disadvantage is the speed but its only a minor nuisance.
banned#18
I have one boutht from some where, it is cheaper then this>>>>>>>>>>>>
#19
i have one of these too.. does the job.. tiny little thing weighing next to nothing but thankfully havent lost it yet.
#20
Through experience, I wouldn't go near any of the plastic ones or ones with lids. If you want to carry one in your pocket and you value your data you need one a bit robust that won't break straight away. They're not the cheapest, but ive been using a Sandisk 8GB Titanium for the last couple of years and it seems almost indestructible...and it's pretty fast.
#21
I've just worked it out and that's less than a pound a Gig. Good value!
#22
TheProcrastinator
I've just worked it out and that's less than a pound a Gig. Good value!
just checked your working with some complex routines and yep! less than a pound a gig - well found out
#23
RedOnRed
Through experience, I wouldn't go near any of the plastic ones or ones with lids. If you want to carry one in your pocket and you value your data you need one a bit robust that won't break straight away. They're not the cheapest, but ive been using a Sandisk 8GB Titanium for the last couple of years and it seems almost indestructible...and it's pretty fast.


this particular one is very strong, and no lid... soooo... yeh. BUY IT
#24
mugglesquop
RedOnRed
Through experience, I wouldn't go near any of the plastic ones or ones with lids. If you want to carry one in your pocket and you value your data you need one a bit robust that won't break straight away. They're not the cheapest, but ive been using a Sandisk 8GB Titanium for the last couple of years and it seems almost indestructible...and it's pretty fast.


this particular one is very strong, and no lid... soooo... yeh. BUY IT


They're plastic, so, no, they're not very strong at all and prone to break. If you want a very strong one you'd have to go for the Titanium models.

Anyway, I know quite a few people that have this exact model that got them for next to nothing. They're happy because they were almost free.
#25
RedOnRed
mugglesquop
RedOnRed
Through experience, I wouldn't go near any of the plastic ones or ones with lids. If you want to carry one in your pocket and you value your data you need one a bit robust that won't break straight away. They're not the cheapest, but ive been using a Sandisk 8GB Titanium for the last couple of years and it seems almost indestructible...and it's pretty fast.


this particular one is very strong, and no lid... soooo... yeh. BUY IT


They're plastic, so, no, they're not very strong at all and prone to break. If you want a very strong one you'd have to go for the Titanium models.

Anyway, I know quite a few people that have this exact model that got them for next to nothing. They're happy because they were almost free.


they are a single mould in ABS. not gonna break under fairly heavy use.

Titanium is a little OTT and expensive for most people.

Edited By: mugglesquop on Oct 14, 2010 11:09: fu
#26
they are not fragile, most people saying that have never owned one i bet?? they do seem fragile on first impressions but mine is intact after 8 months or so. And ive never noticed a problem with speed transferring lots of high res photos.

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