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Corsair Flash Voyager® Slider X1 USB 3.0 64GB USB Drive (Manufacturer Refurbished) - £6.95 Delivered @ Mymemory
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Corsair Flash Voyager® Slider X1 USB 3.0 64GB USB Drive (Manufacturer Refurbished) - £6.95 Delivered @ Mymemory

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Posted 14th Mar

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Seems like a good price comparing to other retailers for a new around £14.99. It's manufacturer refurbished and comes with #####6 months warranty.#####
Description
3422400.jpgUsable with virtually any desktop or notebook, Flash Voyager Slider X1 is a compact USB 3.0 drive with bold styling and performance that packs a punch. Supports high-speed USB 3.0 transfers along with full USB 2.0 compatibility.

  • 64GB Capacity
  • Universally compatible
  • Retractable connector

Flash Voyager Slider X1 is a compact USB 3.0 drive with bold styling and performance to match its looks. It has a smart design, with a USB connector that retracts for protection when you're not using it. A blue activity LED tells you at a glance if it's transferring data. It's also universally compatible with Windows, Mac OS X and even Linux, with no driver necessary. It supports high-speed USB 3.0 transfers along with full USB 2.0 compatibility, so you can use it with virtually any desktop or notebook.

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.

Additional Information
  • Capacity 64GB
  • Brand Corsair
  • Read Speed130MB/s
  • Write Speed Unspecified
  • Connection Speed USB 3.0
  • Connection Type USB
  • Warranty 6 Months
  • Barcode 0843591066761
  • Product Code CMFSL3X1-64GB/RF
  • SKU 352939

*Please note that this is a Refurbished by Corsair product

Box Contents
  • 1 x Corsair 64GB Flash Voyager Slider X1 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (Manufacturer Refurbished)

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Have 128GB refurbished- not reliable. Using it to transfer movies from pc to TV...constantly freezing at transfer, need to try several times to copy files. Then, not always they have copied correctly. Need to run “check for errors” for it to work properly, but not for long....I have several usb’s 128GB, only with this one having that kind of problems, so it’s not computer....
Recall200015/03/2020 07:25

Refurbished? No thanks. I'm not sure what there is to refurbish on a USB …Refurbished? No thanks. I'm not sure what there is to refurbish on a USB stick, but I wouldn't store any critical data on these. Decent price, but not for me.


Manufacturer refurb, so i would of expected it to pass same tests as a new one. In terms of critical data regardless if you spend £6.95 or £695 good practice is to have the data duplicated on more than one form of storage.
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Are these pens any good? Usb pens seem to be a bit of a lottery
Chuck Norris called, he wants his USB back lol
Bought one - Thanks Brutes
Refurbished? No thanks. I'm not sure what there is to refurbish on a USB stick, but I wouldn't store any critical data on these. Decent price, but not for me.
Recall200015/03/2020 07:25

Refurbished? No thanks. I'm not sure what there is to refurbish on a USB …Refurbished? No thanks. I'm not sure what there is to refurbish on a USB stick, but I wouldn't store any critical data on these. Decent price, but not for me.


Manufacturer refurb, so i would of expected it to pass same tests as a new one. In terms of critical data regardless if you spend £6.95 or £695 good practice is to have the data duplicated on more than one form of storage.
Have 128GB refurbished- not reliable. Using it to transfer movies from pc to TV...constantly freezing at transfer, need to try several times to copy files. Then, not always they have copied correctly. Need to run “check for errors” for it to work properly, but not for long....I have several usb’s 128GB, only with this one having that kind of problems, so it’s not computer....
benjefreys15/03/2020 11:28

Manufacturer refurb, so i would of expected it to pass same tests as a new …Manufacturer refurb, so i would of expected it to pass same tests as a new one. In terms of critical data regardless if you spend £6.95 or £695 good practice is to have the data duplicated on more than one form of storage.


Imo it's not worth it. I've lost countless USB sticks over the years, and none have been refurbs. I guess if it's non-essential data then go for it; the price is right But I would not use these for storing anything I didn't have backed up elsewhere. Maybe another one of these USB sticks
Mine came in sealed factory packaging and did state refurb, ive run some tools full cycles no errors. 120mb read and 50mb write speeds.
benjefreys20/03/2020 10:13

Mine came in sealed factory packaging and did state refurb, ive run some …Mine came in sealed factory packaging and did state refurb, ive run some tools full cycles no errors. 120mb read and 50mb write speeds.


Brand new sealed, not a fingerprint on it, fresh plastic smell,

falls out of port ??
benjefreys15/03/2020 11:28

Manufacturer refurb, so i would of expected it to pass same tests as a new …Manufacturer refurb, so i would of expected it to pass same tests as a new one. In terms of critical data regardless if you spend £6.95 or £695 good practice is to have the data duplicated on more than one form of storage.

Edited by: "Daniel42" 20th Mar
karlis.zarovskis15/03/2020 15:01

Have 128GB refurbished- not reliable. Using it to transfer movies from pc …Have 128GB refurbished- not reliable. Using it to transfer movies from pc to TV...constantly freezing at transfer, need to try several times to copy files. Then, not always they have copied correctly. Need to run “check for errors” for it to work properly, but not for long....I have several usb’s 128GB, only with this one having that kind of problems, so it’s not computer....


Is it due to it being a terrible fit in the port? Can't even use mine, just falls out!. Have an upward facing USB 2.0 port it works in, but...

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Daniel4220/03/2020 13:03

Is it due to it being a terrible fit in the port? Can't even use mine, …Is it due to it being a terrible fit in the port? Can't even use mine, just falls out!. Have an upward facing USB 2.0 port it works in, but...[Image]


No, I have enough space for it to fit, but you are right- it is too wide
benjefreys20/03/2020 10:13

Mine came in sealed factory packaging and did state refurb, ive run some …Mine came in sealed factory packaging and did state refurb, ive run some tools full cycles no errors. 120mb read and 50mb write speeds.


Looks like exactly what I need for OS installers and the price is top notch
ishybon01/04/2020 19:08

Looks like exactly what I need for OS installers and the price is top …Looks like exactly what I need for OS installers and the price is top notch


Exactly that mate
Recall200015/03/2020 19:15

Imo it's not worth it. I've lost countless USB sticks over the years, and …Imo it's not worth it. I've lost countless USB sticks over the years, and none have been refurbs. I guess if it's non-essential data then go for it; the price is right But I would not use these for storing anything I didn't have backed up elsewhere. Maybe another one of these USB sticks


Its just a chuck in the bag or draw usb for temp files. Crazy how i have some 10yr plus usb china sticks from a teen in a draw too that still work lol
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