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SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive USB Type-C: 16GB $11, 128GB $27, 32GB $11.50 (Expired) + Post ($0/Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU


16GB is almost at the lowest price, 32GB is at the lowest price and 64GB
Decent Price for Dual drives (USB-A and USB-C)

SanDisk Ultra 16GB Dual Drive USB Type-C $11.00 Increased to $12.62
SanDisk 32GB Ultra Dual Drive USB Type-C $11.50
SanDisk 64GB Ultra Dual Drive USB Type-C $17.87 Increased to $17.99 Now $17.50
SanDisk Ultra 128GB Dual Drive USB Type-C $27.00 Increased to $32.00

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  • +14 votes

    The Previous deals were much cheaper for larger capacity.


    • -14 votes

      So should we just ignore this deal if someone doesn’t need the huge one? No… exactly

      • POWER1 was simply informing the community and not attempting to shoot down the deal. Therfore no need to shoot his post down. Personally I prefer to be fulling informed & his post saved me doing further research into larger capacities that I'm interested in.

    • +3 votes

      size does not always matter

    • Thanks for the info, I consider it very helpful.

    • Well, that deal expired. $1.23 more expensive on the 16GB and I wrote that the 128gb and 256gb are sitting at standing pricing. Can buy something for those prices if they don't exist at present. Even at current prices, they are still very cheap for a dual usb

    • I thought you were meaning this deal which is much more recent and cheaper prices
      Just expired actually

  • Thanks. Picked up the 64GB - partner just got a new laptop with no USB A, and mine doesn’t have USB C. Should be useful.

  • Do these run hot or get warm quickly?

  • I'm seeing $12.55 for the 32GB, am I doing something wrong?

  • This drive has painfully slow write speed and heats up a lot. Only good for small amount of data transfer at a time, IMO.

  • Hey OP, why didn't you include the 128GB? At $27, it's a great buy. Has been as low as $20 in the past though according to camelcamelcamel.

    64GB was briefly $9 last year, wow.

    • It's normally around that price every 2 weeks. I cannot include it now as there is an IT bug with the listen (already informed mods), but the 128gb is the one I personally have. It's a decent little stick.

  • The usb-c end seems to be a bit faster. Though the USB A end is incredibly annoying to insert into the computer, it doesn't seem to lock in place well

    • You may have a faulty one. Mine is the same as a normal USB-A (Dell SFF and the 128gb stick). I notice it clicks into place. Maybe check your is doing such and if not contact amazon

      • It clicks, but it's terribly weak

        • Maybe worth just contact support if you purchased from amazon and do a replacement. They are honestly so helpful. The last USB I had that failed, they just gave me a refund and told me to chuck it out. They tend not to want things back that are low cost and items that could contain sensitive data (that what i was told by the rep anyways).

  • I used to have the 128GB one, stopped working after 11 months and returned it to Amaxon for a refund.
    I could never get the USB-C side to work.
    Also feels flimsy, would not buy this model again.

    • I have one floating around somewhere… The click mechanism was never strong enough to prevent it from collapsing when plugging it in. A bit annoying.

    • Might've got a dud, my son has been flogging his for school for two years now, never had a prob with it, ordered the 64gb one last night through this deal for son number two