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SANDISK Cruzer Edge USB Memory Stick (Black & Red) 16GB - £3.99 / 32GB - £6.99 delivered @ Currys

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This stylish Cruzer Edge USB Memory Stick from SanDisk is a low-cost, no-nonsense way of storing and transporting files. With a generous 16GB of storage space, this thumb drive is particularly suitabl… Read More
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
This stylish Cruzer Edge USB Memory Stick from SanDisk is a low-cost, no-nonsense way of storing and transporting files. With a generous 16GB of storage space, this thumb drive is particularly suitable for storing high resolution photos or HD video. Straightforward plug and play operation means that moving and sharing your multimedia files couldn't be easier!

The Cruzer Edge USB Memory Stick is intelligently designed so that the USB connector retracts into its case for protection.

- Portable, stylish design
- An efficient way to share, store and protect your music, pictures, videos and work
- So simple to use, you can be up and running in seconds
- SanDisk SecureAccess™ software protects private files with a personal password and automatic 128-bit AES encryption1
- It couldn’t be easier to use: simply drag and drop files into a private folder or "vault" and they’re safe
- USB 2.0

SANDISK 32 GB Cruzer Edge
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1 Like #1
These work perfectly, but the bit that you put on your keyring lasted less than a week. Just reached into my pocket a found it wasn't on my keyring anymore, upon closer inspection, I saw that the keyring bit was fractured...
1 Like #2
good find vassy, heat added :)
1 Like #3
Ordered one to stick in the back of my Wii U :)
1 Like #4
nice fimd op...hot
7 Likes #5
In before "not USB 3.0 - waiting for my 17 jpeg files to transfer feels like waiting for my plane to go from London to Sydney it's just such agony. Because I have better things to do with the additional 2.47772 seconds, you know?"
3 Likes #6
7p Quidco too !!! X)
Ordered and voted hot (not influenced by Quidco!)
2 Likes #7
Good bang per buck on these. I have five of the 64Gb USB3 versions of then from a deal some time ago. They were extraordinarily and mind-bogglingly slow with file transfers.....but £/Gb certainly wasn't to be sniffed at!
1 Like #9
USB 2.0 but still decent deal nonetheless
2 Likes #10
People have their own preferences, but imo for price/quality, Sandisk is king.
banned 1 Like #11
cheers mate
1 Like #12
think these are flimsy but the price is great .
#13
Get the 32gb USB3.0 version from Amazon for a couple of quid more.
#14
I wouldn't buy these if you intend to carry them around, I had a couple of 8GB ones that had bootable tools on them that I carried around with me but the plastic casing along the top fell to pieces on both of them. I've used a variety of USB drives in a similar way and not had this happen before.

John
#15
Elevation
In before "not USB 3.0 - waiting for my 17 jpeg files to transfer feels like waiting for my plane to go from London to Sydney it's just such agony. Because I have better things to do with the additional 2.47772 seconds, you know?"

Ever tried transferring 20GB worth of video files on to USB 2.0, it's slow, very slow.

USB 2.0 takes about 1min per GB (20GB 20+mins)
USB 3.0 takes about 20secs per GB (20GB 6-7mins)
1 Like #16
bulletfoss
Elevation
In before "not USB 3.0 - waiting for my 17 jpeg files to transfer feels like waiting for my plane to go from London to Sydney it's just such agony. Because I have better things to do with the additional 2.47772 seconds, you know?"
Ever tried transferring 20GB worth of video files on to USB 2.0, it's slow, very slow.
USB 2.0 takes about 1min per GB (20GB 20+mins)
USB 3.0 takes about 20secs per GB (20GB 6-7mins)

Can you do the conversion for 13MB of Word documents? Thats what I'll be using it for. Heat added.
#17
Burnz0
bulletfoss
Elevation
In before "not USB 3.0 - waiting for my 17 jpeg files to transfer feels like waiting for my plane to go from London to Sydney it's just such agony. Because I have better things to do with the additional 2.47772 seconds, you know?"
Ever tried transferring 20GB worth of video files on to USB 2.0, it's slow, very slow.
USB 2.0 takes about 1min per GB (20GB 20+mins)
USB 3.0 takes about 20secs per GB (20GB 6-7mins)
Can you do the conversion for 13MB of Word documents? Thats what I'll be using it for. Heat added.

Can't you find a smaller drive than 16GB? :)
#18
bulletfoss
Elevation
In before "not USB 3.0 - waiting for my 17 jpeg files to transfer feels like waiting for my plane to go from London to Sydney it's just such agony. Because I have better things to do with the additional 2.47772 seconds, you know?"
Ever tried transferring 20GB worth of video files on to USB 2.0, it's slow, very slow.
USB 2.0 takes about 1min per GB (20GB 20+mins)
USB 3.0 takes about 20secs per GB (20GB 6-7mins)

If your in no rush there is no point on spending more on a USB 3.0 version.
#19
No-one should be producing USB2 flash drives nowadays
#20
jasee
No-one should be producing USB2 flash drives nowadays
None of my Desktops or the Laptop have got any USB3 sockets so transfer speed is same whichever I use.
Also just checked the Android TV boxes & Blu-ray player - none of which use usb3 either & ive never had a problem with missing frames etc when playing movies via a dongle.
So I'll just buy whichever type remains best value - at least until one of the pcs needs replacing
#21
montana78
avoid these at all cost. slow as hell.
Some people work in hell and do not have a computer with USB 3.0.

Moores' law died a long time ago, for some there is little point in upgrading if they just use Office, browsing and email.
1 Like #22
With a generous 16GB of storage space
LIE
I have never seen a 16GB stick that you can put 16GB of information on.
More like 14.7GB.
#23
Burnz0
bulletfoss
Elevation
In before "not USB 3.0 - waiting for my 17 jpeg files to transfer feels like waiting for my plane to go from London to Sydney it's just such agony. Because I have better things to do with the additional 2.47772 seconds, you know?"
Ever tried transferring 20GB worth of video files on to USB 2.0, it's slow, very slow.
USB 2.0 takes about 1min per GB (20GB 20+mins)
USB 3.0 takes about 20secs per GB (20GB 6-7mins)
Can you do the conversion for 13MB of Word documents? Thats what I'll be using it for. Heat added.

Well, these drives are 'suitable for storing high resolution photos or HD video' so it sounds like they'd be no good for Word documents.
#24
Common Sense
montana78
avoid these at all cost. slow as hell.
Some people work in hell and do not have a computer with USB 3.0.
Moores' law died a long time ago, for some there is little point in upgrading if they just use Office, browsing and email.

Even then.. on usb 2.0 you'll still get 20MBs on the ultra where these will around 1-4MBs. Im just saying from experience. If you just want to copy a file and go it wont be a good experience.
1 Like #25
montana78

Even then.. on usb 2.0 you'll still get 20MBs on the ultra where these will around 1-4MBs. Im just saying from experience. If you just want to copy a file and go it wont be a good experience.

Yes, but some people do not care. It all depends on use of the device and price.
Eg I have a USB 2.0 stick where I loaded Windows 10 setup.
It was so slow. Yes, very slow. It was a once only copy and it left it to take its time whilst I did something else. But it is an occasional use in case I need to repair Windows. It could be used twice a year at most. But the USB is invaluable at those times. For everyday use, I would be frustrated. For the use and price, it is fine.


Edited By: Common Sense on Jan 19, 2017 22:37

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