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Twin Pack, 128GB  Lexar Professional JumpDrive S57 USB 3.0 Flash Drive Memory Stick - £22.98 at 7dayshop
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Twin Pack, 128GB Lexar Professional JumpDrive S57 USB 3.0 Flash Drive Memory Stick - £22.98 at 7dayshop

£22.98£258%7dayShop Deals
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Posted 18th Jul

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I've bought quite a few of these from 7dayshop. Just £11.49 each. Great price for this Very reliable drive. Also available in their ebay shop, but more expensive @ £25.

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lotta cheap storage! heat
Write speeds will be 14MB/s and support none existent.
Edited by: "coolfi" 19th Jul
What ever happenes or however cheap it may seem stay well clear of this crap.

Brought 2 in May and writes speeds are 90+MBs for 5 seconds then drop to 0kbs for 30-50 then back to 90MBs and so on!!!!
coolfi19/07/2019 13:23

Write speeds will be 14MB/s and support none existent.


xZEDx21/07/2019 14:35

What ever happenes or however cheap it may seem stay well clear of this …What ever happenes or however cheap it may seem stay well clear of this crap.Brought 2 in May and writes speeds are 90+MBs for 5 seconds then drop to 0kbs for 30-50 then back to 90MBs and so on!!!!



Would either of you have any recommendations for a flash drive that would be more reliable than these Lexar's? I'm still using two Play.com 16 & 32gb drives, I have no idea if they're USB 1 or 2 as they were bought in 2011. I'm happy with how long they've lasted but I'm really looking to upgrade to something that's faster, has more storage and also reliable.

Cheers for any help
PwNaGeDaN21/07/2019 15:39

Would either of you have any recommendations for a flash drive that would …Would either of you have any recommendations for a flash drive that would be more reliable than these Lexar's? I'm still using two Play.com 16 & 32gb drives, I have no idea if they're USB 1 or 2 as they were bought in 2011. I'm happy with how long they've lasted but I'm really looking to upgrade to something that's faster, has more storage and also reliable. Cheers for any help


I use the San disks extreme can't fault them one bit. Inexpensive and reliable. Got 3 of them.

Like these rover.ebay.com/rov…327
Edited by: "xZEDx" 21st Jul
PwNaGeDaN21/07/2019 15:39

Would either of you have any recommendations for a flash drive that would …Would either of you have any recommendations for a flash drive that would be more reliable than these Lexar's? I'm still using two Play.com 16 & 32gb drives, I have no idea if they're USB 1 or 2 as they were bought in 2011. I'm happy with how long they've lasted but I'm really looking to upgrade to something that's faster, has more storage and also reliable. Cheers for any help



Or you can always go for Samsung for more reliability.
xZEDx21/07/2019 18:02

I use the San disks extreme can't fault them one bit. Inexpensive and …I use the San disks extreme can't fault them one bit. Inexpensive and reliable. Got 3 of them.Like these https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F222699346327



I've purchased memory from ebay on two occasions. There won't be a third.
Toxic_Waste22/07/2019 10:24

I've purchased memory from ebay on two occasions. There won't be a third.


Sorry, didn't say purchase from eBay just for reference.
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