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SanDisk Cruzer Blade USB 2.0 32GB Flash Drive $4 @ Harvey Norman, Joyce Mayne & Domayne

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Similar to this popular deal 16GB for $2 but this time 32GB. Enjoy :)

Also,
$4 @ Joycemayne
$4 @Domayne

ONE DAY ONLY!

Back up, share, and transfer files even when you’re on the move with the SanDisk Cruzer Blade USB 2.0 Flash Drive. Featuring a sleek and compact design, it fits easily inside your bag or purse.

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  • +1 vote

    bought 16gb for $2 week ago.
    now waiting for 64gb for $8 ;)

  • +2 votes

    Organised for click and collect, will cancel if a higher storage like 64GB for $8 is offered. Thanks OP!

  • +8 votes

    These are pretty darn slow.. 4-6Mbps write speeds VS 29mbps for the Sandisk Ultra USB's..

    The 3 for $15 deal on at the moment would be a better option even though you have to buy 3 :) ( discount code expired )

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/503348

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      Yep. Would take all day to fill up. Too slow for the size.

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      Thanks. I ended up getting the Kingston DataTraveler 100 G3 32GB USB Flash Drive (DT100G3) which has the same buy 1, get 2 free deal and free shipping with ebayplus.

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      Yes, but they are perfect for AutoBleem on Playstation Classic. A lot of USB Sticks draw too much current.

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      Not going to buy from one of these deals again.
      Delivered to a click and collect location, I get there and they've only sent one out of three things (it was a buy one get two free promotion - ended up the same price as this).
      eBay won't investigate because a tracking number was given.
      Shopping Square refuses to respond.
      In all that feedback, 1 negative is nothing.

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        Sounds like you didn't add three to cart…

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          I added 2 SD cards and 1 USB. I got the USB but not the SD cards. And I checked the order I definitely ordered three things. They were definitely compatible with each other. They confirmed this. Unfortunately, not much I can do when they say they put all three in the one shipment yet only one is in there.

  • +2 votes

    The write speed is only a 1 to 4 MB/S. On the same PC I get 170 MB/S on a Sandisk Extreme Pro Plus 3.0. Only good for use on a Playstation Classic with Autobleem and even then grab the 128GB version (still painfully slow).

    Spend a bit more and get a decent speed stick.

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      What stick would you recommend for the PS Classic? I know there is a list but have heard that can be hit and miss

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        These work perfectly without having to the current mod (requires soldering) Non of USB sticks worked straight up other than the Cruzer Blade.

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        For the PC Classic I have tried Toshiba, Sandisk Extreme Pro Plus 3.0, cheap 64GB no name, another no name and they do not work.
        So far the only type I have got working successfully is the "SanDisk Cruzer Blade USB 2.0" branded sticks. I bought the 32GB to try and then bought 2 x 128GB at OW.
        Why 2? So when Autobleem updated come out I can use one of the sticks to test the new version without touching the working one.

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          Cool, should be $3.80 each at Officeworks with PBG then

          Is 32gb sufficient size for around 10-20 PS games and maybe Dreamcast, Saturn emulators too?

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            @theoldbladerunner: Too late on PBG as OW have now dropped the price to $4.

            Still interested to hear experience on best capacity for PS Classic

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              @theoldbladerunner: Capacity depends on how many PS Games you want plus how many RetroArch systems you want to put on the one USB stick.
              If you can get a 128GB stick then you can get allot of games on it and you can use the one stick. You will need an externally powered USB hub as well ( I use a USB 3.0 hub as its the only one I have with power).
              If you can find them then they should be about $25 to $30 each.

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    Thanks op, perfect for nas os.

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    Limit of three per customer/purchase.

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    My experience of click and collect here in Canberra was pretty poor. Not only did they sell me items which weren't in stock (meaning that I had to go back for the rest of the order) but the pickup process was tedious for both me and the staff. They could learn from pretty much anyone else in the 'click and collect' space…

  • +3 votes

    Same price at OfficeWorks

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    What was the best price for 16GB or 32GB USB 3.0 flash drive?

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    Amazingly slow. Spend a little more perhaps and get something better.

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    Only good for car mp3 players.

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    I have a few of these. They're slower than Paris Hilton.

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    Ordered earlier this morning showing up as in stock. Email saying in backorder. Gerry you've done it again…

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      Cancel and click and collect at office works… Unless you are a professional lol

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    I see it at $10, was I too slow?