• SanDisk Cruzer Blade 8GB (5 pack) USB 2.0 Flash Drive Jump Drive Pen Drive SDCZ50 - Five Pack w/ (2) Everything But Stromboli (TM) Lanyard
SanDisk Cruzer Blade 8GB (5 pack) USB 2.0 Flash Drive Jump Drive Pen Drive SDCZ50 - Five Pack w/ (2) Everything But Stromboli (TM) Lanyard

SanDisk Cruzer Blade 8GB (5 pack) USB 2.0 Flash Drive Jump Drive Pen Drive SDCZ50 - Five Pack w/ (2) Everything But Stromboli (TM) Lanyard

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  • (Five Pack) USB 2.0
  • Transfer with confidence - when moving images and other files from computer to computer or other consumer electronic devices
  • Comes with (2) Everything But Stromboli Lanyards
  • Ideal for video - the easy way to store, share and play your favorite video files
  • Trust the minds behind flash memory to keep your files safe and secure with a two-year limited** warranty

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Good performance and low cost These SanDisk Cruzer Blade 8gb USB flash drives are everything you would want in a low cost, bare bones thumb drive for temporary storage and file transfers. I've also used them to make bootable USB drives for various LInux distros. They are super light and cheap feeling, so I would not recommend this product for extended and repeated use of critical files. They are only USB 2.0, but they still provide decent speed and are very handy to have around the office. I would buy more of these flash drives in the future. 5Perfect size for a special one time use. What's not to love about a thumb drive that is so small it takes up almost no room. I like the little 8G size as it is just perfect to store a copy of the download of the latest OS. I'm a Mac user and I want to have a bootable wee drive for each OS that has come out since I bought my machine. They seem to vanish from the App Store after a while. I can label one of these and put it into a little plastic bag and toss that into the file box that holds everything installable for my iMac. 4GOOD INEXPENSIVE MEMORY STICKS I have been burned by SanDisk Cruzer drives in the past, some have a little partition that can't be removed and it's filled with some PC crapware. Fortunately these drives don't have that problem and they work great. I use them to give band members recordings of songs to learn, such a nice departure from making CD's.Love the price on these, band members rarely return USB sticks so low cost is much appreciated. I'll be ordering more if they're still available at this price. 5Small, lightweight and cheap These items came just as described...five USB drives and two lanyards. I'm not sure why they didn't just include five lanyards or none at all, but I don't plan on using them anyway, so no loss to me.The drives are very light and are made with plastic shells so they don't appear to be very durable if used heavily. I purchased these to have a few boot devices on hand for IT work at my job. Since they will be stored in a case at all times and only used when working on computers, I needed something cheap, small and lightweight. These fit the bill perfectly.As I mentioned, I wouldn't recommend these drives for heavy use and I probably wouldn't want to carry this in my pocket all day, everyday. It wouldn't take much to snap this drive in half. Functionally speaking, they work perfectly and I've had no issues reading or writing from/to them. I have included a photo to show just how small they are compared to a half dollar. 5SanDisk 8GB USB drive. I bought a two-pack of the 4GB version the other day to use for live boot Linux. They worked well, so I bought these 8GB drives for the same purpose. I have used them all for "persistent" Linux live boots, and they all are doing the job. I note that another reviewer reported problems using them to live boot Kaspersky Rescue CD. I installed Kaspersky as well as some other rescue tools as a multi-boot setup on one of the 4GB drives and it seems to be working fine for me. I formatted the drive before use, then used YUMI to install the programs to the drive. I will report back if anything comes up. 5Hopefully for the last time. Hopefully I will not be needing anymore SanDisk Cruzer Blades. I have started using them like individual folders. They work so well, why not? I must have 18 or more for home use. Not only do I have all my personal laptop files on a single 32 GB, but I have one for music albums, pictures, music removed from albums (to play in the wife's car and on our home stereo. From past experience with older memory devices, I have multiple copies of most. I have been using SanDisk now for maybe 8 or 9 years. they have never failed me. My wife has her share for the same uses. We don't hesitate to share with kids and grandkids. They are all we buy and have been using since the very first 4, 6 or 8 GB way back thee. I believe they are the best buy for my money. 5Mid sized (physically) decent flash drives I bought the 8GB 5-pack so that I could have separate flash drives for bootable OS installers and drive recovery. These work acceptably for this purpose. They're made entirely of plastic (no metal to be seen anywhere on them) and are extremely light weight as a result of that. This makes them feel pretty cheap, but they do seem sturdy enough for around-the-house use. I definitely wouldn't want to attach these to a keychain to be carried around and I can just about guarantee that if you step on one, it's a gonner. I Still feel that these are a good deal for the price. 4Had a 6.5 GB movie so needed the right size thumb drive - this little 8 GB fit the bill I was happy to find these little drives at this value for a movie I needed to share with 5 people. The movie didn't need a lot of room but enough to function well on a variety of devices. I've loaded the Mp4 movie onto these and they are working well. Being on an iMac, I had to reformat the drives to receive even the mp4 content but that was easily done thru my Disk Utility. The drives are tiny. They do have a large hole at the end so I put a tag in for drive content identification. That's the main issue with drives is labeling. I hope the paper card labels on ribbons stay long enough for the viewer to see the movie.The USB end does not retract so it's out in the environment. A case top or some protection would be nice. I included a small plastic bag for protection as I distributed the media. But, the price, space, and physical size will make this a good solution for this job distribution. Will buy these drives again if I need more copies. 5Dependable brand, adequate capacity, simple use The SanDisk Cruzer Blade, especially in this 5-pack, is a more dependable alternative to no-name flash drives.Although these are USB2, that matters very little for the short transfer time to fill the modest 16GB capacity.SanDisk has been a great, reliable brand, and the Blade's mechanical simplicity suggests no mechanical failures in function due to retraction, lost caps, and so on.This seller tosses in a couple short lanyards as well, if you like that sort of thing... best used to lark's head around a cable of your keyboard so you can find it; don't use it to put on a key ring, the plastic case likely isn't strong enough. 5USB 2.0 only with poor transfer rates Liked: packaging, size, lanyardDisliked: poor transfer rates, about 25% of the expected speed.I wanted 5 of them to use for audio books on CD, transfer the mpg3files to flashdisk and then use the DVD player to play several hoursof audio book content. The transfer rate is too slow for my nervous system.It would take 2 hours to copy 3 audio DVDs onto flash disk.Computer: Lenovo x220 laptop running Linux Mate Ubuntu.The copy was Samsung SSD ==> flashdisk.Positive review: The flash drives are excellent archives for 3-5 years. Yes, they are slow to transfer, but that is a non-issue for archives. Likely not useful as install disks for operating systems. 2
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Good performance and low cost These SanDisk Cruzer Blade 8gb USB flash drives are everything you would want in a low cost, bare bones thumb drive for temporary storage and file transfers. I've also used them to make bootable USB drives for various LInux distros. They are super light and cheap feeling, so I would not recommend this product for extended and repeated use of critical files. They are only USB 2.0, but they still provide decent speed and are very handy to have around the office. I would buy more of these flash drives in the future. 5Perfect size for a special one time use. What's not to love about a thumb drive that is so small it takes up almost no room. I like the little 8G size as it is just perfect to store a copy of the download of the latest OS. I'm a Mac user and I want to have a bootable wee drive for each OS that has come out since I bought my machine. They seem to vanish from the App Store after a while. I can label one of these and put it into a little plastic bag and toss that into the file box that holds everything installable for my iMac. 4GOOD INEXPENSIVE MEMORY STICKS I have been burned by SanDisk Cruzer drives in the past, some have a little partition that can't be removed and it's filled with some PC crapware. Fortunately these drives don't have that problem and they work great. I use them to give band members recordings of songs to learn, such a nice departure from making CD's.Love the price on these, band members rarely return USB sticks so low cost is much appreciated. I'll be ordering more if they're still available at this price. 5Small, lightweight and cheap These items came just as described...five USB drives and two lanyards. I'm not sure why they didn't just include five lanyards or none at all, but I don't plan on using them anyway, so no loss to me.The drives are very light and are made with plastic shells so they don't appear to be very durable if used heavily. I purchased these to have a few boot devices on hand for IT work at my job. Since they will be stored in a case at all times and only used when working on computers, I needed something cheap, small and lightweight. These fit the bill perfectly.As I mentioned, I wouldn't recommend these drives for heavy use and I probably wouldn't want to carry this in my pocket all day, everyday. It wouldn't take much to snap this drive in half. Functionally speaking, they work perfectly and I've had no issues reading or writing from/to them. I have included a photo to show just how small they are compared to a half dollar. 5SanDisk 8GB USB drive. I bought a two-pack of the 4GB version the other day to use for live boot Linux. They worked well, so I bought these 8GB drives for the same purpose. I have used them all for "persistent" Linux live boots, and they all are doing the job. I note that another reviewer reported problems using them to live boot Kaspersky Rescue CD. I installed Kaspersky as well as some other rescue tools as a multi-boot setup on one of the 4GB drives and it seems to be working fine for me. I formatted the drive before use, then used YUMI to install the programs to the drive. I will report back if anything comes up. 5Hopefully for the last time. Hopefully I will not be needing anymore SanDisk Cruzer Blades. I have started using them like individual folders. They work so well, why not? I must have 18 or more for home use. Not only do I have all my personal laptop files on a single 32 GB, but I have one for music albums, pictures, music removed from albums (to play in the wife's car and on our home stereo. From past experience with older memory devices, I have multiple copies of most. I have been using SanDisk now for maybe 8 or 9 years. they have never failed me. My wife has her share for the same uses. We don't hesitate to share with kids and grandkids. They are all we buy and have been using since the very first 4, 6 or 8 GB way back thee. I believe they are the best buy for my money. 5Mid sized (physically) decent flash drives I bought the 8GB 5-pack so that I could have separate flash drives for bootable OS installers and drive recovery. These work acceptably for this purpose. They're made entirely of plastic (no metal to be seen anywhere on them) and are extremely light weight as a result of that. This makes them feel pretty cheap, but they do seem sturdy enough for around-the-house use. I definitely wouldn't want to attach these to a keychain to be carried around and I can just about guarantee that if you step on one, it's a gonner. I Still feel that these are a good deal for the price. 4Had a 6.5 GB movie so needed the right size thumb drive - this little 8 GB fit the bill I was happy to find these little drives at this value for a movie I needed to share with 5 people. The movie didn't need a lot of room but enough to function well on a variety of devices. I've loaded the Mp4 movie onto these and they are working well. Being on an iMac, I had to reformat the drives to receive even the mp4 content but that was easily done thru my Disk Utility. The drives are tiny. They do have a large hole at the end so I put a tag in for drive content identification. That's the main issue with drives is labeling. I hope the paper card labels on ribbons stay long enough for the viewer to see the movie.The USB end does not retract so it's out in the environment. A case top or some protection would be nice. I included a small plastic bag for protection as I distributed the media. But, the price, space, and physical size will make this a good solution for this job distribution. Will buy these drives again if I need more copies. 5Dependable brand, adequate capacity, simple use The SanDisk Cruzer Blade, especially in this 5-pack, is a more dependable alternative to no-name flash drives.Although these are USB2, that matters very little for the short transfer time to fill the modest 16GB capacity.SanDisk has been a great, reliable brand, and the Blade's mechanical simplicity suggests no mechanical failures in function due to retraction, lost caps, and so on.This seller tosses in a couple short lanyards as well, if you like that sort of thing... best used to lark's head around a cable of your keyboard so you can find it; don't use it to put on a key ring, the plastic case likely isn't strong enough. 5USB 2.0 only with poor transfer rates Liked: packaging, size, lanyardDisliked: poor transfer rates, about 25% of the expected speed.I wanted 5 of them to use for audio books on CD, transfer the mpg3files to flashdisk and then use the DVD player to play several hoursof audio book content. The transfer rate is too slow for my nervous system.It would take 2 hours to copy 3 audio DVDs onto flash disk.Computer: Lenovo x220 laptop running Linux Mate Ubuntu.The copy was Samsung SSD ==> flashdisk.Positive review: The flash drives are excellent archives for 3-5 years. Yes, they are slow to transfer, but that is a non-issue for archives. Likely not useful as install disks for operating systems. 2
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