• SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35
  • SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35
  • SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35
  • SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35
  • SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35
  • SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35
SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35
SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35
SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35
SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35
SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35
SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35

SanDisk 32GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB 2.0 - SDCZ71-032G-B35

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  • Reliable storage for photos, videos, music and other files
  • Password protection and file privacy with included SanDisk SecureAccess software
  • Durable & sleek metal casing
  • USB 2.0 compatibility
  • Two year warranty
  • Password protection available, 128-bit AES encryption

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Insides wont come out and get lost while hanging in your key chain Smaller than normal physically, internal parts continue up around key chain hole so you won't lose the internals and your info with it.1-18-18. dead. out of the blue. thought i really had something with this. left me high and dry . all info gone again. seems i cant find a good usb stick for the last year. guess i'll have to give up on the key chain versions of usb sticks. 1Durable metal casing that has kept well while being on my work keys I bought this because of it's metal casing. I keep this on my work keys for a back up the drive that's permanently on my work desktop. I work at a school (12 mo. employee) and use my keys quite a bit. Apart from a few scratches and part of the logo being rubbed off a bit this thing is holding up like a champ. i have been using it for a little over a year and I couldn't be more pleased. i will give an update when I hit a year. 5Too small/ unwanted security features I bought this to replace a Sandisk Cruzer that I had used for years and finally ran into problems with (nonsense error message when trying to eject). Unfortunately the device barely fits the USB ports on my HP desktop. Inserting it requires a very hard push (is that why it's called Force?) which is hard to do given its size, removing it is worse as its case is slick and hard to grip so you end up wiggling it back and forth. Neither the insertion nor the removal is probably good for the port.On top of this, the device turns out to be encrypted/ password protected, which I neither need nor want. I'm sure I could find a way to reformat it and remove the security features but given I only paid a little over $5 and given the size issue it's not worth the aggravation and I'll probably just trash it. And next time read the reviews even for a $5 item ...... 1Doesn't fit a USB port. Doesn't fit! It takes enough force to jam it into a USB port that I worry about damaging my computer. It's not bent. My micrometer says it is a bit larger than the other USB plugs I have.UPDATE: After 20 minutes of live-chat and 2 emails from Sandisk they decided I need to send in the bad one and emailed me a shipping label. Then I got a phone call from Sandisk telling me to ignore the previous emails and they will be sending me a new email with yet a different shipping label for returing the bad unit. A $10 thumb drive is not worth the 30-45 minutes their process takes to get it replaced. I'm trashing it and buying a different one. 1Fantastic flash drive for everyday use This drive stands out from many other flash drives because it is simple, durable and it looks great. I have finally found a thumb drive that doesn't feel like it s made of cheap plastic! This is important because I primarily use this drive as carry-around storage, so it needs to be tough as nails.A little shorter than an average house key, it fits perfectly on my key ring without getting in the way. The sturdy aluminum housing has not only held up well to the abuse it suffers while in close proximity to my keys, but it also looks great. Whenever I take it out, people like to give it a closer look because it has great lines -- very modern and futuristic.From a utility perspective, it is top notch. Because it I always have it with me, it is loaded with files and apps that come in handy in a pinch. Here are some of the things I keep on the drive: -- I have a folder with some awesome pictures of my family. This is great when visiting relatives - I can give them school pictures and family pictures for them to print. -- I keep a kid s movie (the Lego Movie right now) on the drive at all times, 5-10 episodes of their favorite shows (Paw Patrol) and a huge folder full of music. This alone has saved my life on a number of occasions with many televisions and most cars coming with USB ports as standard connections. -- I also keep an encrypted file containing some of my passwords (managed by 1Password). While the very security conscious out there might not recommend this, I feel the risk of the drive falling into the hands of a person motivated and educated enough to decrypt this file are slim. -- There is still plenty of space for incidental file storage left on the drive 16GB is more than enough.The physical connections to the USB port seem very solid which is often an issue with tiny drives like this. If anything, it tends to be a bit tight with some ports. While I have not personally had the types of issues that some other reviewers seem to have with this drive not fitting into USB ports, I can see how that may be a problem. I would recommend your checking the fit on your laptop or other hardware before starting to use the drive.From a speed perspective, it is about average for a USB 2.0 drive at 24 MB/s (r) and 4 MB/s (w). I have rarely been inconvenienced by the speed, but for those who want to edit right off the device or use it as a network-storage disk, you may want to consider a faster drive.Overall, this drive has been an indispensable component of my EDC (every day carry) and is a solid piece of hardware for a variety of uses. 5While that is a nice security feature I picked this up under "Today's Deals" for $12.99 - a bargain a 32GB flash drive. I was surprised by how small it is. Many had stated that it did not fit well into the USB port. Mine fit perfectly, although I did add a key ring to assist in the removal from my laptop. Insertion and removal have been NO problem for me.It has a "vault" where you can store your files. This "vault" can only be opened by using a password. While that is a nice security feature, I can see where this could be a problem for people that seldom use the flash drive. Don't forget your password! You can also save files outside of the "vault," but they are available to anyone that has access to the drive - just like a normal unprotected flash drive.As a young engineer, I still remember our IT guy in 1989 telling us about our new main frame (for the entire department) that had a 1GB hard drive that "could be expanded to 2GB, " he said smugly. It's hard to believe that I can carry 32x that memory now on my key chain. 5I lost all my saved files :/ Broke apart and I lost all my information. The electronic component is lost, God knows where. Very annoying that this happened! Should be better built. 1Reliable, and a perfect size Flash drives are always in demand in my household, so I keep a variety of spares for family members to use (and oftentimes lose). This SanDisk is a favorite for several reasons: it's reliable, it's very small, and it has a hole for attaching to a keyring, lanyard, or clip. Photo below shows relative size---no worries about this drive bulging in your pocket or taking over your keychain. 5SanDisk 64GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB -- A very good looking reliable drive, Had to initialize I really like the look of this thumb drive, compact, good looking. It isn't the fastest drive but it is safe and gets the job done.I have purchased these in the past with nothing out of the ordinary, ready to go, but the drive I just received appeared to be DOA. My Linux machines would not see it when plugged in. I went to my XP pro machine, it come up in My Computer but it indicated no open disk space.I attempted to format but it would not format the drive.I ended up going into MANAGE DISKs, the same screen you have to go to when you initialize your hard drives. The thumb drive was there but indicated it needed formatting. Clicked on format, and after about 2 minutes, it was formatted and ready to go. Now the Linux machines can find the drive as well.This was a very unusual occurrance and I don't expect to find this problem very often. It was a drive that was returned so I don't know if the previous buyer did something to foul the works or if it was a manufacturing debuckle. However the fix was easy and took little time.I like the sleek look of these drives, the size is perfect for my needs, very small physical size so be careful as it can be lost easily, the storage size is good and its not the fastest drive which I was aware of when I bought it.My fast suggestion for storing such small a drive is pick up a cheap USB hub and plug the USB drive in those hubs. You can label them if needed for fast access and is a really handy way to keep the USB drives stored without losing them.The USB hubs come in many sizes where the small compact ones are great for transporting USB drives and the larger USB HUBS work well in office or home.I do, however strongly urge you to resist hanging ANY kind of USB thumb drive from a key chain. Putting any drive on a key chain, and then put said key chain into a pocket submits the drive to forces when your body is against a counter, wall, even the art of walking and chewing gum at the same time is pressing keys against the drive.We constantly see reviews about complaints that the drive electronics fall out and get lost or the drive just stops working. Those forces against the drive is pushing and bending the drive case, as metal does allow, plastic even more so, and things will break, disconnect, come loose from any glue and parts fall out.In my study it has never been a good idea to attach to a key ring and in most cases has ended up in damage or lost memory.I would recommend this drive for a good looking drive, compact and reliable memory, if high speed is not a concern.I do not know this seller and I did not receive any merchandise or payment for my independent review.180211 2347181120 1336 5It's so S-L-O-W, don't bother I bought this Cruzer Force on a great discount deal, but I didn't realize how slow it would be to write data. It will take you an eon to fill up 64GB, so unless you mainly want this for an emergency device (like I use it for), pick something else for heavy use. The USB 2.0 seems to be a much bigger bottleneck than I remember (I jumped into USB 3.0 devices several years ago.)Only buy this device if you plan to fill it up with something once, are prepared to wait an eternity to write all your data, and then never plan to write to it again. You can read slow files like music or low-res video quite easily, but for any frequent use you're gonna be super frustrated! 3
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Insides wont come out and get lost while hanging in your key chain Smaller than normal physically, internal parts continue up around key chain hole so you won't lose the internals and your info with it.1-18-18. dead. out of the blue. thought i really had something with this. left me high and dry . all info gone again. seems i cant find a good usb stick for the last year. guess i'll have to give up on the key chain versions of usb sticks. 1Durable metal casing that has kept well while being on my work keys I bought this because of it's metal casing. I keep this on my work keys for a back up the drive that's permanently on my work desktop. I work at a school (12 mo. employee) and use my keys quite a bit. Apart from a few scratches and part of the logo being rubbed off a bit this thing is holding up like a champ. i have been using it for a little over a year and I couldn't be more pleased. i will give an update when I hit a year. 5Too small/ unwanted security features I bought this to replace a Sandisk Cruzer that I had used for years and finally ran into problems with (nonsense error message when trying to eject). Unfortunately the device barely fits the USB ports on my HP desktop. Inserting it requires a very hard push (is that why it's called Force?) which is hard to do given its size, removing it is worse as its case is slick and hard to grip so you end up wiggling it back and forth. Neither the insertion nor the removal is probably good for the port.On top of this, the device turns out to be encrypted/ password protected, which I neither need nor want. I'm sure I could find a way to reformat it and remove the security features but given I only paid a little over $5 and given the size issue it's not worth the aggravation and I'll probably just trash it. And next time read the reviews even for a $5 item ...... 1Doesn't fit a USB port. Doesn't fit! It takes enough force to jam it into a USB port that I worry about damaging my computer. It's not bent. My micrometer says it is a bit larger than the other USB plugs I have.UPDATE: After 20 minutes of live-chat and 2 emails from Sandisk they decided I need to send in the bad one and emailed me a shipping label. Then I got a phone call from Sandisk telling me to ignore the previous emails and they will be sending me a new email with yet a different shipping label for returing the bad unit. A $10 thumb drive is not worth the 30-45 minutes their process takes to get it replaced. I'm trashing it and buying a different one. 1Fantastic flash drive for everyday use This drive stands out from many other flash drives because it is simple, durable and it looks great. I have finally found a thumb drive that doesn't feel like it s made of cheap plastic! This is important because I primarily use this drive as carry-around storage, so it needs to be tough as nails.A little shorter than an average house key, it fits perfectly on my key ring without getting in the way. The sturdy aluminum housing has not only held up well to the abuse it suffers while in close proximity to my keys, but it also looks great. Whenever I take it out, people like to give it a closer look because it has great lines -- very modern and futuristic.From a utility perspective, it is top notch. Because it I always have it with me, it is loaded with files and apps that come in handy in a pinch. Here are some of the things I keep on the drive: -- I have a folder with some awesome pictures of my family. This is great when visiting relatives - I can give them school pictures and family pictures for them to print. -- I keep a kid s movie (the Lego Movie right now) on the drive at all times, 5-10 episodes of their favorite shows (Paw Patrol) and a huge folder full of music. This alone has saved my life on a number of occasions with many televisions and most cars coming with USB ports as standard connections. -- I also keep an encrypted file containing some of my passwords (managed by 1Password). While the very security conscious out there might not recommend this, I feel the risk of the drive falling into the hands of a person motivated and educated enough to decrypt this file are slim. -- There is still plenty of space for incidental file storage left on the drive 16GB is more than enough.The physical connections to the USB port seem very solid which is often an issue with tiny drives like this. If anything, it tends to be a bit tight with some ports. While I have not personally had the types of issues that some other reviewers seem to have with this drive not fitting into USB ports, I can see how that may be a problem. I would recommend your checking the fit on your laptop or other hardware before starting to use the drive.From a speed perspective, it is about average for a USB 2.0 drive at 24 MB/s (r) and 4 MB/s (w). I have rarely been inconvenienced by the speed, but for those who want to edit right off the device or use it as a network-storage disk, you may want to consider a faster drive.Overall, this drive has been an indispensable component of my EDC (every day carry) and is a solid piece of hardware for a variety of uses. 5While that is a nice security feature I picked this up under "Today's Deals" for $12.99 - a bargain a 32GB flash drive. I was surprised by how small it is. Many had stated that it did not fit well into the USB port. Mine fit perfectly, although I did add a key ring to assist in the removal from my laptop. Insertion and removal have been NO problem for me.It has a "vault" where you can store your files. This "vault" can only be opened by using a password. While that is a nice security feature, I can see where this could be a problem for people that seldom use the flash drive. Don't forget your password! You can also save files outside of the "vault," but they are available to anyone that has access to the drive - just like a normal unprotected flash drive.As a young engineer, I still remember our IT guy in 1989 telling us about our new main frame (for the entire department) that had a 1GB hard drive that "could be expanded to 2GB, " he said smugly. It's hard to believe that I can carry 32x that memory now on my key chain. 5I lost all my saved files :/ Broke apart and I lost all my information. The electronic component is lost, God knows where. Very annoying that this happened! Should be better built. 1Reliable, and a perfect size Flash drives are always in demand in my household, so I keep a variety of spares for family members to use (and oftentimes lose). This SanDisk is a favorite for several reasons: it's reliable, it's very small, and it has a hole for attaching to a keyring, lanyard, or clip. Photo below shows relative size---no worries about this drive bulging in your pocket or taking over your keychain. 5SanDisk 64GB Cruzer Force Flash Drive - USB -- A very good looking reliable drive, Had to initialize I really like the look of this thumb drive, compact, good looking. It isn't the fastest drive but it is safe and gets the job done.I have purchased these in the past with nothing out of the ordinary, ready to go, but the drive I just received appeared to be DOA. My Linux machines would not see it when plugged in. I went to my XP pro machine, it come up in My Computer but it indicated no open disk space.I attempted to format but it would not format the drive.I ended up going into MANAGE DISKs, the same screen you have to go to when you initialize your hard drives. The thumb drive was there but indicated it needed formatting. Clicked on format, and after about 2 minutes, it was formatted and ready to go. Now the Linux machines can find the drive as well.This was a very unusual occurrance and I don't expect to find this problem very often. It was a drive that was returned so I don't know if the previous buyer did something to foul the works or if it was a manufacturing debuckle. However the fix was easy and took little time.I like the sleek look of these drives, the size is perfect for my needs, very small physical size so be careful as it can be lost easily, the storage size is good and its not the fastest drive which I was aware of when I bought it.My fast suggestion for storing such small a drive is pick up a cheap USB hub and plug the USB drive in those hubs. You can label them if needed for fast access and is a really handy way to keep the USB drives stored without losing them.The USB hubs come in many sizes where the small compact ones are great for transporting USB drives and the larger USB HUBS work well in office or home.I do, however strongly urge you to resist hanging ANY kind of USB thumb drive from a key chain. Putting any drive on a key chain, and then put said key chain into a pocket submits the drive to forces when your body is against a counter, wall, even the art of walking and chewing gum at the same time is pressing keys against the drive.We constantly see reviews about complaints that the drive electronics fall out and get lost or the drive just stops working. Those forces against the drive is pushing and bending the drive case, as metal does allow, plastic even more so, and things will break, disconnect, come loose from any glue and parts fall out.In my study it has never been a good idea to attach to a key ring and in most cases has ended up in damage or lost memory.I would recommend this drive for a good looking drive, compact and reliable memory, if high speed is not a concern.I do not know this seller and I did not receive any merchandise or payment for my independent review.180211 2347181120 1336 5It's so S-L-O-W, don't bother I bought this Cruzer Force on a great discount deal, but I didn't realize how slow it would be to write data. It will take you an eon to fill up 64GB, so unless you mainly want this for an emergency device (like I use it for), pick something else for heavy use. The USB 2.0 seems to be a much bigger bottleneck than I remember (I jumped into USB 3.0 devices several years ago.)Only buy this device if you plan to fill it up with something once, are prepared to wait an eternity to write all your data, and then never plan to write to it again. You can read slow files like music or low-res video quite easily, but for any frequent use you're gonna be super frustrated! 3
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