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$25.00 - LaCie MosKeyto 16GB (Free Shipping) - Limited Five Per Person

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  • Ultra-small USB key - extends only 6 mm out of your laptop
  • 16GB storage
  • Complete software suite included
  • Compatible with your car's audio system

The LaCie MosKeyto measures less than 20mm and weighs just 10 grams, making it one of the smallest USB keys on the market. It offers capacities up to 16GB, and becomes nearly invisible when plugged into your computer, and can even travel alongside it in a protective sleeve or briefcase - just plug it, and forget it. Since it lies flush against your device, you'll never lose it, and there is no risk of damage to the USB port, computer or key if the drive is knocked or bumped.

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    Any questions, comments guys - fire away!

    We only have 150 available, so get in fast.

  • +5 votes

    Is it free? I'll have 5 thanks.

    • +20 votes

      0_0

  • +5 votes

    PUT THE PRICE IN THE HEADING!

    You should know that by now…

    • +2 votes

      Sorted.

  • -1 vote

    Yay, its free, I'll take all 150 thx.

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    $25 for those that don't want to click the link……

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    $25; free shipping.

    Cheapest is $28ish on Staticice.

    • +7 votes

      Shipping costs us about $5-$8 bucks, but we're absorbing it. :)

      •  

        Nice one. Just ordered one.

        MSRP at Lacie is US$44!

  • +2 votes

    Is this site reliable? Very tempted at that price.

    • +13 votes

      We've been around 10 years, not planning on going any where.

      You can read about us here:

      About Us: http://bit.ly/zvjtYt
      Blog: http://bit.ly/dEnQEZ
      Forum: http://bit.ly/dEnQEZ

      etc!

      • +2 votes

        Sold.

    •  

      Yea they have been around for ages and Ive personally purchased from them on numerous occasions, all been hassle free.

      • +1 vote

        Warcom Says OzzyMozzy needs a MosKeyto key!

        Thanks for the reference too :) Appreciated.

  • +1 vote
  • +16 votes

    will it come with plastic mosquitos as per picture?

    • +1 vote

      no…. The pictures a play on words.

      ZZZZZZ.

  • +1 vote

    Nice, ordered 2. Hope to get some lollies too!

  • +1 vote

    Ordered one thanks Warcom!

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    that's really cool, for a moment there i thought it was a gammick a "fly usb"

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    Specs? Read/Write MB/s?

    Hmm, review on newegg says it's only 5MB/s. :(
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820154...
    (click feedback)

    I'd prefer something like this:
    http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&c...
    Bigger yes, but 5-6x faster.

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      I agree, but I think the buying point here is for its size…if I was after speed I would get somethng like Cosair Voyager GT…

      http://www.spotit.com.au/buy/106353_Corsair_16GB_Flash_Voyag...

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        I just bought that coasir voyager GT 3.0 32GB

        ITs blazing fast on usb2.0 (maxs my USb port at 30 -50megabytes) dunno about 3.0 (im too cheap)

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      That is a tough comparison to make when size is pretty much the entire selling point of this USB drive.

      • +3 votes

        Well if I was trying to smuggle 16GB of data into prison internally, I'd definitely get the MosKeyto. :D

        But from using USB drives to move data from place to place, I always wish they'd go faster.

  • +7 votes

    This would go really well with the Raspberry Pi!

    WARCOM is well known throughout the OCAU community, and has done good for us. I'm sure their presence in OzB will like wise be similar, if not better since its a retail based website.

    • +1 vote

      Thanks for the kind words. :)

  •  

    Anyone know which one is better/faster, this Lacie MosKeyTo or Sandisk Cruzer Fit?

  •  

    I always pay using PayPal when available.

    But not today.

    Damn free candy!

    •  

      Paypal was available when I bought it.

      •  

        It was when I bought it too. No candy for PayPal though.

  • +1 vote

    The photo is mis-leading

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      Yes the usb key doesn't come with a mosquito.

      • +2 votes

        I actually thought it was one of those novelty USB drives, just with a plastic mosquito on the back of it.

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          ……. Really? heh.

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          thats what i tought - see my above query.seriously.

  •  

    You think that's a real mosquito!? LOL!!

    You're easily misled

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    ordered, thank you

    •  

      very welcome.

  •  

    ordered too! was looking for something this small!!! and the storage size is also pretty good!

  • +1 vote

    Bought one.

  • +2 votes

    What is that mosquito actually doing to the USB drive?

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      We were wondering that very thing this afternoon.

    • +4 votes

      implanting a live virus into the USB? obviously this is where virus originated from…..

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      yeah it looks like it's mounting it

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    Awesome, just grabbed one!

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    Why would u want a mozzie? And it ain't misleading 

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    Cheers, ordered one too

    •  

      Man this really sucks, I ordered when they were still in stock!

      from Wacom:
      Unfortunately we have run into a small delay whilst attempting to process your order.

      The reason your order has been placed on hold is: Many thanks for your order. Unfortunately we sold out of the Lacie MosKey prior to processing your order. We are however happy to offer you the Lacie IAMAKEY 16GB drive (plus 4gb free online storage) for the same price and with free delivery. Please let us know if we can organise this for you. Thanks

      •  

        Cancelled my order, what a joke!
        Wish i could change my vote to a neg

        Wont be buying from Wacom again

      •  

        I got the same email. Took my money and no stock. :(

        •  

          Same here. Got a reply message along the lines of "that's why we say first in first served".
          Well fair enough, but DON'T TAKE MY MONEY THEN!!! That's one less customer for life Warcom.

      •  

        Also got the "bait and switch" email. Although a good deal, a company should not take your money if they are sold out. I hope the company refunds me in full, and PayPal fees are not deducted for money being put into my account!

  • +1 vote

    This will do great with my $199 netbook.

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      Also great for expanding storage on the 64Gb or 128GB Macbook Airs/Ultrabooks! Small enough to leave attached to the lappy!

  • +1 vote

    Sold out, apparently.

    •  

      Here's a replacement: http://bit.ly/A97pFH

      Hope this helps out!

      We'll let you all know if we can source more stock of the other ones though.

  • +4 votes

    Yup - sold out for now guys!

    One of the boys published this deal and I left work, went out for dinner, by the time I arrived at my destination, they'd all been sold.

    Amazing stuff by the ozbargain community.

    We'll keep these hot deals coming.

    • Paul. (Founder & CEO).

    (We'll be doing another bargain in the coming days for those who missed out).

    If you want to get wind of these deals, before even OzBargain do; subscribe to our Newsletter at:
    http://www.warcom.com.au/shop/newsletter

  •  

    Rep… I ordered 2 MosKeytos. is it at all possible to swap that for one MosKeyto and one iamakey…?

    • +1 vote

      Shouldn't be a drama.

      Please send an email with the order number and the request.

      Just ask them to modify the order.

      • +1 vote

        Easier still - what's your order number? :)

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          Order Number is WC052260. Thanks a ton.

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    darn missed out.

  • +1 vote

    I saw this deal a few hours ago, went away and thought about it, came back and bam! it's sold out =[

    Here's hoping for the next batch to come soon.

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    Great deal and communication. thanks Paul!

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    Thanks. Bought the key, paid by cc for the lollies!

  •  

    What speeds?

    Length of its Warranty?

  • +2 votes

    For those who missed out - look for Sandisk Cruzer Fit..it's 1mm shorter and it's cheaper.

    Could be easily get one under $20 AUD at ebay.

    •  

      Make sure you're not getting a fake product though. Do your research and make sure what you're paying for is what you're going to get.

      •  

        This is a relatively new line so I do not think fake have released yet.

        http://www.sandisk.co.uk/products/usb-flash-drives/cruzer-fi...

        I ordered one for $17.55 USD which turns out to be $16.83 AUD

        It will be easy to find one on ebay so I wouldn't post a ebay link = just to avoid accusation of advertising.

  • +1 vote

    +1 for Warcom - didn't need one but an excellent deal for those who got in
    Great stuff and I look forward to future ones

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    How is http://bit.ly/A97pFH a replacement? Much bigger and kinda ugly.

    • +2 votes

      replacement in term of price (same) and maybe more durable and you maybe some think it has cool shape (key).
      if you cant buy key editions of tiffany jewelery then maybe this key can be a replacement

  • +1 vote

    Bought one :)

    No lollie love for the PayPal users? :(

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    Sold out

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      The other iamakey is still available. :)

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    Would I also be able to change from the MosKeyto to a iamakey?

    Thanks Rep!

  • +1 vote

    Hey, Warcom! Can I make a suggestion? I bought an ADSL modem and couple of wireless cards from you years ago. I recently came back to your site, to try and choose a new ADSL2+ modem. But there are just too many choices. After a few hours of reading and comparing, I had my choices down to two models. A Draytek and a Billion. I then went to Whirlpool, only to read some pretty serious problems with BOTH the models I was considering. I forget now what those faults were, but one was a pretty big negative - so in that particular case - the modem shouldn't have even been stocked (in my opinion).

    Anyway… As it turned out, we didn't move house as was planned. So I don't need it at the moment. But my suggestion is, how about some way on the site to filter the number of choices people have to read through.

    For example:

    Q1: Choose what type of modem you need:
    ADSL
    ADSL2+
    NBN (whatever they call the protocol for that)

    Q2: Do you want wireless?
    Yes
    No
    Undecided

    Q3: Would you like your modem to have VoIP?
    Yes
    No
    Undecided

    Q4: How many ports?
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5

    … You get the idea. Something to help cut down the number of choices - if people want to use it. i.e. Have it as a separate feature, so people can still browse through them if that's what they choose to do.

    Obviously this would take some time to set up initially, but surely only a minute or two after that, when a new modem comes out.

    It would also be good for people that want to build a complete system. Trying to figure out (for example) if a video card works with a particular motherboard (etc) is nearly impossible if you only buy a new computer every few years - and don't constantly keep up with the terminology.

    I decided when the time comes to buy a new system, it's easier to go to a computer store, look at their offered systems, and just upgrade a couple of things you want to - instead of doing it from scratch, then finding out X isn't compatible with Y, and you have to start over again.

  •  

    Sold out! This has expired.

  •  

    Just received. Product is fine, only downside is I paid by CC and didn't get lollies.
    I know that's a silly thing to complain about, but I purposefully chose CC over Paypal because of the lollies, and if they weren't going to come they should not have advertised as such.

  •  

    Mine was shipped 3 Feb to Vic but no sign of it?

    Anyone else in Victoria received theirs yet?

    •  

      Still no sign of mine. Emailed Warcom who said they will refund if it doesn't arrive by the 17th Feb. Ridiculous because stuff I've ordered from the UK and Hong Kong AFTER this order has arrived BEFORE this!

      •  

        Warcom issued a refund. Claims it was lost in the post.