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Samsung FIT Plus USB 3.1 Drive 64GB $22.69 + Delivery (Free with Prime & $49 Spend) @ Amazon US via AU


Looking around for some small usb drives for some emulation projects and stumbled upon this. Maximum of 3 units per order.

Redefine everyday file transfers with speeds up to 200MB/s
Exceptionally compact USB flash drive for an unnoticeable, seamless fit, designed with a key ring to prevent loss
Reliable and secure storage for your photos, videos, music, and files
Safeguard your data backed by a 5 year limited warranty (Water proof, shock proof, magnet proof, temperature proof, x ray proof)
USB 3.1 flash drive with backwards compatibility (USB 3.0, USB 2.0)

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  • Price

    • Think someone fixed it. Totally forgot about the price sorry.
      Still trying figure out why I need 3.

  • This was a better deal a little back if you dont mind the physical size


    • Thanks for pointing that out. I just needed a small drive for this project however wouldn't mind buying some bigger ones just in case (bought 2 of these)

      • I ordered both of this and the drives I’m from Binglee at the same time. The amazon US drives are here, Binglee haven’t even started posting the USB from Their Sydney warehouse yet 😖

  • I have owned 2 of these (128gb version) and both have died within 12 months of purchase. Maybe its just bad luck, but I normally never have an issue. Advise if you buy this is make sure you have a backup. I didn't lose any data,l but was surprised 2 failed. In saying this Amazon gave a full refund around 11 months after purchase as a credit and told me to chuck them. Now back on sandisk USB.

    • Its for emulation stuff and temporary transfer so its ok. Never store anything important on USB drives as I always lose them.

      You're right, I always normally buy Sandisk USB drives and never had an issue. I have lots of Samsung SDXC cards and they are ok. I do have the Small Samsung 256GB fit for teh past few years and its been rock solid.

    • Fast speed usually mean poor durability.

      • most of these things usb thumb drives and SD cards aren’t built for write durability, more frequent writes as same tech as flash cards, if you need durability for write cycles then you need a portable SSD which has a proper controller, and flash cell management, etc.

  • Any deals with both USB-C and USB-A connectors?