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SanDisk 126905 Ultra Flair 32 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, Upto 150MB/s read - silver/Black £6.30 @ Amazon Prime / £10.79 Non Prime
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SanDisk 126905 Ultra Flair 32 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, Upto 150MB/s read - silver/Black £6.30 @ Amazon Prime / £10.79 Non Prime

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Posted 24th MayEdited by:"H0TDEALER"

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SanDisk Ultra Flair USB 3.0 Flash Drive[32GB - 512GB] Offering transfer speeds of up to 15X faster than standard USB 2.0 drives (1), the SanDisk Ultra Flair USB 3.0 Flash Drive is designed to move your files fast, so you spend less time waiting. For example, you can transfer a full-length movie in less than 30 seconds (3). The drive’s durable and stylish metal casing keeps your important files safe, while the included SanDisk SecureAccess software lets you password-protect and encrypt your sensitive files (4).
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Fyi, the write speed is slow, had this one for years and the write cache is quick and then it slows down. But these are excellent for bootable OS like memtest86 or TailsOS
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What's the write speed on these like?
rav4cas24/05/2020 12:16

What's the write speed on these like?


I get around 27MB/s
£4.49 for delivery
Brutes24/05/2020 12:42

You can get it delivered from PICSTOP - £6.29 but delivery can be slower. …You can get it delivered from PICSTOP - £6.29 but delivery can be slower. Prime can get next day delivery from Amazon. Heated the Deal OP.


Could do with going on a date, meeting a nice woman.
Fyi, the write speed is slow, had this one for years and the write cache is quick and then it slows down. But these are excellent for bootable OS like memtest86 or TailsOS
Thank you H0TDEALER
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I've got one of these and they do get very very hot!

It works fine but blimey I've never had a memory stick that gets that warm
Got this for £4.02 last January
nigelbutler24/05/2020 22:07

I've got one of these and they do get very very hot!It works fine but …I've got one of these and they do get very very hot!It works fine but blimey I've never had a memory stick that gets that warm


This is very true
TimeZ0ne24/05/2020 15:30

Fyi, the write speed is slow, had this one for years and the write cache …Fyi, the write speed is slow, had this one for years and the write cache is quick and then it slows down. But these are excellent for bootable OS like memtest86 or TailsOS


Also great for windows installs
Neostar24/05/2020 23:15

Also great for windows installs


The geek in me still misses the days of the 999 million floppy disk installs, progressing to the boot up floppy so you could run the CD setup, then the million questions during setup followed by the inevitable driver hunt afterwards (after which there would always without fail still end up being one 'unknown device'!)

Now you load Windows 10 on to a USB drive and it is up and running in around 10 minutes!
johncas25/05/2020 01:55

The geek in me still misses the days of the 999 million floppy disk …The geek in me still misses the days of the 999 million floppy disk installs, progressing to the boot up floppy so you could run the CD setup, then the million questions during setup followed by the inevitable driver hunt afterwards (after which there would always without fail still end up being one 'unknown device'!)Now you load Windows 10 on to a USB drive and it is up and running in around 10 minutes!


i remember doing installs like that, Win 95 was 29 discs

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I use one the 128gb of this as one of my music back-ups. Good little drive.
johncas25/05/2020 01:55

The geek in me still misses the days of the 999 million floppy disk …The geek in me still misses the days of the 999 million floppy disk installs, progressing to the boot up floppy so you could run the CD setup, then the million questions during setup followed by the inevitable driver hunt afterwards (after which there would always without fail still end up being one 'unknown device'!)Now you load Windows 10 on to a USB drive and it is up and running in around 10 minutes!


Same!!
Great speeds for the price but they do run a little warm

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It's worth noting that the price is normally around £6.10-£7. I use an app called Keepa, it tracks product prices and this hasn't been outsize the £6.10-£7 range since August of last year (having a cost of £6.09)40896921-fhj40.jpg
Edited by: "KynanR" 28th May
KynanR28/05/2020 09:44

It's worth noting that the price is normally around £6.10-£7. I use an app …It's worth noting that the price is normally around £6.10-£7. I use an app called Keepa, it tracks product prices and this hasn't been outsize the £6.10-£7 range since August of last year (having a cost of £6.09)[Image]


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