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Sandisk Cruzer Blade 16GB USB Flash Drive - £13.79 Delivered @ Play

£13.79 @ Play.Com
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 Vist… Read More
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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
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
Description

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.



Might be worth a punt:

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
Shows me £19 on the webpage!
#2
Tiny and beautiful but slow as anything.

Seems to get about a fifth of the transfer speed of my old 16gb sandisk. Still does the job though and transfer speeds are not really an issue unless you are moving large multi GB files like me.

Still voted hot because of the price.

Edited By: Ungreat on Jan 31, 2011 13:35
#3
Ungreat
Tiny and beautiful but slow as anything.

Seems to get about a fifth of the transfer speed of my old 16gb sandisk. Still does the job though and transfer speeds are not really an issue unless you are moving large multi GB files like me.

Still voted hot because of the price.


I have one too, good if you don't mind the slow speed.
#4
Ungreat
Tiny and beautiful but slow as anything.


Yup, see here for a deal I posted for the Corsair Voyager 16Gb for only another £4... it definitely shouldn't be -27degrees!
#5
This is NOT a bargain as it seems, this usb drive is sooooo slow...
#6
I ordered the 8gb one last time round, its so slow you loose the will to live (_;)
#7
I got an 8MB one of these & won't use it for anything important as they are so fragile. Could snap at any time. Have replaced with better value product from 7dayshop.
#8
I had one for Christmas, it's been great so far.

It is extremely small though.
#9
Its far to small, I've had to put a keyring onto my one so I dont loose it...
#10
Good price. I needed one urgently and got it from Tesco instore £14.58 for 8GB Cruzer USB 2 Flash Drive Sandisk and that was supposed to be £5 less than it's usual price.

So this is a bargain by comparison. Heat added.
#12
Heat added, paid same price for the 8gb. It is a tad slow but worth the cheap price. Ordered mine.
#13
Bought one of these before Xmas. Still can;t get it to work with WIndows XP. Anyone got any ideas?
#14
Bought the cheap 8gb posted just before Christmas. Painfully slow writes but reasonably pleased for the price I paid.
#15
glendin
Bought one of these before Xmas. Still can;t get it to work with WIndows XP. Anyone got any ideas?


I have two and they both work fine with XP, what do you mean by not work?
#16
Ungreat
glendin
Bought one of these before Xmas. Still can;t get it to work with WIndows XP. Anyone got any ideas?


I have two and they both work fine with XP, what do you mean by not work?


Just tried mine on an XP machine, works fine (FAT32 format).
#17
I have a couple and they are fine. I haven't noticed any speed issues but then again I haven't been transferring large files.

They are small and maybe easy to loose.
#18
this is the going price for this memory stick, it was about £10 a month or so ago on amazon but has been this price before that going as far back as october. Cold
#19
flimsy rubbish, plastic catch snaps in no time
banned#20
It's lose, not loose. Just saying.
#21
this bytestor dataferry is faster for the same price delivered on amazon, choice of colours too:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/ByteStor-Speed-Dataferry-Flash-Drive/dp/B003WE9WKK

shipping was a bit slow on my two though, as it comes from jersey (mind you so does play.com stuff).

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