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Corsair 32GB/64/128/256 Flash Voyager Slider X1 130MB/s USB 3.0 Flash Drive, from £4.99 at MyMemory (Manufacturer Refurbished)
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Corsair 32GB/64/128/256 Flash Voyager Slider X1 130MB/s USB 3.0 Flash Drive, from £4.99 at MyMemory (Manufacturer Refurbished)

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Posted 25th May

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Key features- Convenient and compact size
- Capless design
- Blue activity LED
- High-speed USB 3.0 performance with USB 2.0 compatibility
- Compatible with ALL windows platforms.

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Refurbished flash drives? No thank you
Agreed, i got a couple of 64gb of this very drive, sealed like new but classified as refurbished.... one had 59gb free and one 56gb, i couldn't format or find out why, both were incredibly slow and dropped off my system after being plugged in for 5 mins...terrible quality, hit and miss performance and mismatched capacities...

no thanks, these are horrible, they're "cheap" for a very good reason

Sorry but cold
endofdays25/05/2020 10:57

Refurbished flash drives? No thank you


I bought 2 of these last month, they came sealed in a bubble pack just like you would buy from a store, so I don't know what the refurbished means, they certainly hadn't been used.
They worked fine but both showed as 56GB which I thought a bit low for a 64GB drive, I was expecting a usable capacity of 59-60GB so maybe the "refurbished" refers to a capacity issue, maybe there was a manufacturing problem, a "bad batch".
Edited by: "Delbert.Grady" 25th May
Delbert.Grady25/05/2020 11:06

I bought 2 of these last month, they came sealed in a bubble pack just …I bought 2 of these last month, they came sealed in a bubble pack just like you would buy from a store, so I don't know what the refurbished means, they certainly hadn't been used.They worked fine but both showed as 56GB which I thought a bit low for a 64GB drive so maybe the "refurbished" refers to a capacity issue, maybe there was a problem during manufacture.


64GB quoted is "raw" capacity, which is inevitably reduced as a consequence of formatting. This applies to ALL storage devices.
quattroken25/05/2020 11:18

64GB quoted is "raw" capacity, which is inevitably reduced as a …64GB quoted is "raw" capacity, which is inevitably reduced as a consequence of formatting. This applies to ALL storage devices.


Yes I know that thanks but my point was that I wasn't expected to lose 8GB on formatting a 64Gb drive, my other 64GB drives (different makes) all show around 59GB usable capacity, which is what I was expecting from these.
Edited by: "Delbert.Grady" 25th May
I bought a few of these, the occasional one didn't work and had to go back, but no trouble replacing them (my guess is Corsair had a bad batch rather than "refurbished"). Excellent after sales, but a week+ wait is a little irritating !
Edited by: "PhilK" 25th May
philjstephenson25/05/2020 11:04

Agreed, i got a couple of 64gb of this very drive, sealed like new but …Agreed, i got a couple of 64gb of this very drive, sealed like new but classified as refurbished.... one had 59gb free and one 56gb, i couldn't format or find out why, both were incredibly slow and dropped off my system after being plugged in for 5 mins...terrible quality, hit and miss performance and mismatched capacities...no thanks, these are horrible, they're "cheap" for a very good reasonSorry but cold


I bought two of the 64gb ones when someone posted them before and mine do exactly the same thing! You done anything about it yet?
Absolutely awful product, and customer support is non existent.

Bought the 64GB last time on offer, it was corrupted upon arrival. Absolutely no response from MyMemory, stuck with a useless USB drive( yes I've tried everything).
grayhm25/05/2020 13:21

Absolutely awful product, and customer support is non existent.Bought the …Absolutely awful product, and customer support is non existent.Bought the 64GB last time on offer, it was corrupted upon arrival. Absolutely no response from MyMemory, stuck with a useless USB drive( yes I've tried everything).


I had problems with 2 of my products from Mymemory. Well, no problems, but there were a bit different than the description. I contacted them and in within 24h I've received the reply. They refunded for one of the products and told me to keep it, while for the 2nd one they sent me a label and I've posted it, received the money back once the postman scanned it as sent. I think you can also print the label from their site.
quattroken25/05/2020 11:18

64GB quoted is "raw" capacity, which is inevitably reduced as a …64GB quoted is "raw" capacity, which is inevitably reduced as a consequence of formatting. This applies to ALL storage devices.


Hence why it’s always good to keep 10-20% free at all times!
I've bought refurbished Corsair before, only USB drive to ever fail on me (and a few of mine have been through a full wash cycle and survived!). Once returned and replaced, the replacement died too, I just gave up on that one. Don't think I can trust Corsair USB Drives again. :-(
Edited by: "Taffboyo" 25th May
Bought 2 and had to send one back after formatting it it became write protected still awaiting a reply after sending it back
Can't be any worst then the awful Verbatim pinstripe, can it?
endofdays25/05/2020 10:57

Refurbished flash drives? No thank you


Last time I got refurbished corsair gt drive via here from my memory it stopped working after a month
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