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SanDisk Cruzer Blade USB2.0 Flash Drive 32GB $3.90, 16GB $3.49 + Shipping / Pickup @ Officeworks


32 GB Price: $3.90
16 GB Price: $3.49

This SanDisk Cruzer Blade USB Flash Drive has an ultra-compact design so you can easily keep it handy on your lanyard or keychain, in your laptop bag, or even just in your pocket. There are a variety of different capacities available so you'll be able to find one to suit your needs.

You can use the drive to store, transfer and backup your photos, videos, documents and other files.

It uses USB 2.0 technology.
You can use SanDisk SecureAccess software to lock your drive with password protection and encryption, helping you keep your data private.
There's a loop where you can connect the drive to a lanyard or keychain.
This drive comes with a 5 year warranty for your peace of mind.
This drive has an ultra compact design in black and red.

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  • +3

    Cheap as chips !

    • +13

      Yes, but USB 2.0 so dog slow

      • +4

        But so cheap!

        • +3

          I picked up 64gb Samsung bar (USB 3.1) for $9 at Bing Lee back in April so not that great a deal.

          • @Ben Kenobi: Although that Samsung "bar" heats up a lot, imo it's still a much better deal

            • @Zackeroo: I agree, they do run warm to hot but maybe it is dissipating the heat rather than holding it in?

              • @Ben Kenobi: Hmm maybe. I'm not really sure and I honestly wouldn't mind that as long as it doesn't kill the USB quicker than a normal USB should last

      • +2

        USB2 can sustain 40MB/s. But these drives are slower, especially for write, under 10 MB/s.

  • +2

    Still have some left over back when they were $2 during Black Friday 2019

  • +3

    Yeah they're slow but still good for storage of school documents and small files, etc.

    • Best for use on the PlayStation Classic.

  • +23

    5 years warranty

    that's how long it takes to transfer 16gb of data to the thing

  • The one my dad had broke, he's a teacher so was using it often. Connector is plastic vs metal like most. Probably have to be more careful with it.

    • It still works even if the plastic usb end breaks.

  • 2.0 is slow but fine for those back ups you seldomly need.

  • +8

    Perfect for if you need to hand in something on a USB and not expecting it back.

    • Every one of my teachers did this, only the IT one remembered. i guess they were not used to returning things in 2006

  • +2

    Good for having one spare to reinstall windows or run recovery software

  • -2

    These work great for using this new feature on my Tesla called light show,

    You need a separate USB Drive with specific files on it but even at USB 2.0 it's perfect ^_^

    • +1

      This looks like a great way to piss people off in traffic.

      • Can only be activated while it's in Park :)

        • So stick it in park at the lights

    • +7

      A USB 2.0 just jailbroke my PS4. Lol to you.

  • Found these color coded ones to be cheaper than buying them individually. Best for uses as OS recovery and BIOS flashing drives.

    • BIOS flashing would be a good use for one of these sticks but would not recommend for OS recoveries, get at least a USB 3.0 drive for that. Will make the recovery go much faster.

  • Seemed good till saw was only USB 2. Still good price. The cheapie in me says get one just as back up to the other 3 backups I already have

  • +2

    Great as boot disks.

  • Nahhh. Too slow

  • Good boot drive for my NAS.

  • Nice usb2. How many days would it take to fill the 32gb at that rate?

  • Useful for us nostalgic people. We still play video files via USB plugged into our BDP.

  • -1

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