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SanDisk Extreme Pro 500gb nvme - £60.69 @ Amazon
Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
SanDisk Extreme PRO M.2 NVMe 3D SSD Upgrade your PC with a SanDisk Extreme PRO M.2 NVMe SSD for uncompromising performance to enjoy phenomenally fast OS boot, application and game … Read more

Down to £58.30 ;)


Hi, thanks for your comments,yes I put the price in and for some reason it put a line thought it and said free lol . Then I received an onslaught of its not free! There always someone to rub nose in it when you make a simple mistake ,hope it made there day better. Thanks for your comment :) (y)


I think your deal was quite good, I think it is only cold due to the pricing mistake. Now that it's cold, herd mentality will probably just keep clicking cold regardly of your efforts.



Hi,I have to of these nvme and I think they are at a reasonable price point for performance.

SANDISK Ultra USB Type-C (10Gbps) AND USB 3.1 16GB Memory Stick -£4.97 delivered @ Currys PC World
Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
USB 3.1 / USB Type-C Up to 10 Gbps Password protected Mobile app available Top features: - Dual connectors so you can have versatile storage options - 16 GB of storage for… Read more

Does anyone know, do these things get red hot when transferring a decent amount of data in one go?


Same price on Amazon


Will these work with an iPad Pro (2020 or 2021 version)?


I have three of these for moving files between devices. Highly recommend it.


Why would anyone need 10gbps on a 16gb drive? Do you need a F1 to complete a race with total distance of 2m?

SANDISK Ultra USB 3.1 Type-C Memory Stick - 32 GB, Black (Free C&C in Selected Stores) @ Currys
Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
Top features: - Up to 32 GB of storage on-the-go - Thin and portable to take anywhere - Plug it in any way thanks to a reversible design Up to 32 GB of storage on-the-go … Read more

These are very very slow


64gb Kingston USB-C Stick£6.51

SanDisk Ultra Fit Flash Drive, 512 GB USB 3.1 Speed Up to 130 MB / s, Traditional, Black, 512 GB £62.39 at Amazon
Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
The simple way to add extra, high-speed storage to your device! The SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive delivers performance that lets you move a full-length movie up to 15x fast… Read more
gillj now have it for £58.99


Looks good. Thanks for this @sam.watt


anyone recommend something similar wit h same form factor but with 100mb write speed ?


According to the below review of the 256GB version of this flash drive the write speed is between 64MB/sec and 72MB/sec. “The SanDisk Ultra Fit definitely isn't the fastest USB 3.1 drive available, but it is speedy in its own right. Running a synthetic benchmark, I saw speeds top out at 142 MB/s read and 72 MB/s write, which is slightly above what SanDisk advertises. In a real-world test transferring a 5GB video file, write speeds capped at around 64 MB/s.” Source: Windows Central Review Other sources quote 23MB/sec which would be very slow if transferring large amounts of data.


Seeing the price of this makes me even happier with my decision to instead purchase a Crucial P5 500GB NVMe m.2 drive for £35.99 yesterday. Miles faster performance for both read and write speeds and nearly half the cost. Yes, mine will be bigger than this but it is still very portable inside my Plugable enclosure.

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2TB - Sandisk Ultra 2.5" 3D SSD up to 560MB/s Read / up to 530MB/s Write with nCACHE™ 2.0 - £155.04 Delivered @ Amazon Germany
Posted 26th AprPosted 26th AprShipping from GermanyShipping from Germany
Good price for this SATA SSD with dram cache. You can use UK Amazon account to sign in and order. It would be around £150.47 if you use fee-free card and pay in Euros. Also, ther… Read more

Manufacturer quoted endurance (TBW) is more related to warranty rather than actual NAND endurance, usually it's X amount of years or up to X TBW. That being said the Sandisk Ultra drive uses TLC NAND while the Samsung 870 QVO uses QLC, so the lifetime of the latter will be lower and once you exhaust the uSLC cache the QVO will slow down to HDD-level write speeds, while the Ultra will most likely hold 500MB/s. Having tried a few QLC drives so far, I'd highly recommend against them. They're okay if you don't write often, but there will inevitably be times where the much slower QLC writes will become annoying.


There is samsung 870 Qvo which has much better endurance than this one and slightly cheaper, only downside is 3 years warranty


Unfortunately, it's not.


Is an Amazon credit card fee free?