Corsair 256GB Flash Voyager GTX USB 3.0 Flash Drive (Manufacturer Refurbished) £64.99 @ Mymemory
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Corsair 256GB Flash Voyager GTX USB 3.0 Flash Drive (Manufacturer Refurbished) £64.99 @ Mymemory

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Found 14th Aug 2017Edited by:"nosherfj"
Got email from MyMemory this morning spotted this deal 256GB for £65. At checkout it gives you further £5 off so get it for £60 Op price Edited since posting.

Yes it's a refurb but I paid £66 for my Sandisk USB 3.0 Pro 128GB (now
worth more as prices gone up) so had tio snap this deal up as means i
don't loose when I sell the sandisk to pay for it and gain double my
memory.Nice. Save £85 as these usualy retail for £150.

Unlike some devices, Flash Voyager GTX delivers amazingly fast performance
with large files, small files, and everything in between. It works with
USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports on Windows, OS X and Linux systems, with no
driver installation necessary. Why settle for anything less.

Description:

Most USB drives are fast… until it's time to copy a large file and you're
looking at a progress bar that lingers around too long. The solution?
Integrate an SSD controller into a drive. Flash Voyager GTX gives you
transfer speed that rivals your PC's solid-state drive. And, unlike some
devices, Flash Voyager GTX delivers amazingly fast performance with
large files, small files, and everything in between. It works with USB
2.0 and USB 3.0 ports on Windows, OS X and Linux systems, with no driver
installation necessary. And, all this technology is contained in a
premium zinc alloy body with aluminum accents and an integrated keyring.

Key Features - 256GB Powered by an SSD controller
- Read speed up to 450MB/s and write speed up to 360MB/s
- USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 compatible
- A zinc alloy casing with aluminum accents protects your data in style
- Works on Windows, OS X and Linux with no driver installation necessary

Box Contains 1 x 256GB Flash Voyager GTX
Additional Information
Capacity 256GB
Brand Corsair
Memory Type USB Flash Drives
Read Speed 450MB/s
Write Speed 360MB/s
Connection Speed USB 3.0 Connection Type USB
Warranty 90 days
Barcode 843591067140
Product Code CMFVYGTX3B-256GB/RF
SKU 345219
Community Updates
Giving an automatic £5 discount, so £59.99:

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9 Comments
£59.99
Fantastic deal, £5 off when you checkout.
pavel7615 m ago

£59.99


Yeah, it's giving me an automatic £5 discount, so £59.99 (included a screenshot for others in the main post above).
Edited by: "Crossbow" 14th Aug 2017
Good price but I don't like the idea of a 90 day warranty on a memory stick this expensive, it's kind of ok if we're talking £10 or so. I've had a few of these Corsair refurb flash drives go bad without warning. I was only using them to move films and TV shows though so it wasn't critical, just annoying.
haha cheers guys just checked my papypal and indeed they only charged me £59.99 sweet deal than advertised will try to update the op.

To above poster you seen prices of flash media lately? £290 for 1TB Samsung Evo 850 (a year ago they were £230) or
64gb Sandisk usb 3.0 exreme pro = £80+
128gb Sandisk usb 3.0 exreme pro =£80

Personally myself I've never had a usb flash drive fail on me but I only use them to watch .x264 720p video files on xbox one so perfect for my needs and laptop has SSD. If this flash drive beats 190MB/s write speeds like i get on my 128gb sandisjk exreme usb 3.0 pro then I'll post back comparisons.

Or buy it new for £159.99 lol from same place -
mymemory.co.uk/cor…tml

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Edited by: "nosherfj" 14th Aug 2017
nosherfj33 m ago

£159.99 lol from same place …£159.99 lol from same place -https://www.mymemory.co.uk/corsair-256gb-voyager-gtx-usb-3-0-flash-drive-450mb-s.html


They're overcharging for a new one, as ~£140 in some stores.
dunno why my post score - minus 35 already peeps don't like refurbs on here or what?lol.

these will be customer changed mind refunded drives as says it's factory refurb so still with box what more could you ask for in todays day of over priced flash media, brexit ,note 7 exploding batteries/samsung recoup loss of failure with flash media price increases.
nosherfj30 m ago

dunno why my post score - minus 35 already peeps don't like refurbs on …dunno why my post score - minus 35 already peeps don't like refurbs on here or what?


May help a little if you edit it to the correct 59.99.

Also put something like 'These are £140 brand new' in bold as the 1st line in your description, & add 'Superfast' to the thread title.
nosherfj8 h, 0 m ago

haha cheers guys just checked my papypal and indeed they only charged me …haha cheers guys just checked my papypal and indeed they only charged me £59.99 sweet deal than advertised will try to update the op. To above poster you seen prices of flash media lately? £290 for 1TB Samsung Evo 850 (a year ago they were £230) or 64gb Sandisk usb 3.0 exreme pro = £80+128gb Sandisk usb 3.0 exreme pro =£80Personally myself I've never had a usb flash drive fail on me but I only use them to watch .x264 720p video files on xbox one so perfect for my needs and laptop has SSD. If this flash drive beats 190MB/s write speeds like i get on my 128gb sandisjk exreme usb 3.0 pro then I'll post back comparisons.Or buy it new for £159.99 lol from same place -https://www.mymemory.co.uk/corsair-256gb-voyager-gtx-usb-3-0-flash-drive-450mb-s.html[Image]




Yes, I have seen the price of flash lately, thanks. But I don't want a 256GB flash drive anyway and wouldn't pay £160 either. If I want 'mass storage' I use a hard disk, I rarely want to move that amount of physical data in one go so 16-64GB sticks are fine. Also I paid £95 for a brand new SanDisk Extreme 500 480GB USB3 SSD which actually does me just fine for the times I need to move or carry data.

If the refurbs were that good they would warrant them for 1-2 years but 90 days is just too risky IMO. Still, I suppose it beats when Corsair used to do 30 day warranties.
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