• Silicon Power 16GB Jewel J80 USB3.0 Flash Drive - Titanium Edition
  • Silicon Power 16GB Jewel J80 USB3.0 Flash Drive - Titanium Edition
  • Silicon Power 16GB Jewel J80 USB3.0 Flash Drive - Titanium Edition
  • Silicon Power 16GB Jewel J80 USB3.0 Flash Drive - Titanium Edition
Silicon Power 16GB Jewel J80 USB3.0 Flash Drive - Titanium Edition
Silicon Power 16GB Jewel J80 USB3.0 Flash Drive - Titanium Edition
Silicon Power 16GB Jewel J80 USB3.0 Flash Drive - Titanium Edition
Silicon Power 16GB Jewel J80 USB3.0 Flash Drive - Titanium Edition

Silicon Power 16GB Jewel J80 USB3.0 Flash Drive - Titanium Edition

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  • Titanium Edition Super-fast USB3.0 Flash Drive
  • Durable metallic casing protects your important data
  • Circular shape design - expresses your style and fits easily on a keyring
  • COB (Chip On Board) technology is resistant to water, dust, vibration
  • Backed by a lifetime manufacturers warranty

Customer Reviews

Very good overall. Bought a few of those, 16GB and 32GB version, a while back and they are excellent. I bought another one now from amazon while they are still available. I can write at 6.5 MB/s on this 16 GB version. While not stellar performance wise it is not bad either for an USB 2.0 flash drive. Excellent metal case with an unique and artistic pleasing design. It does not stick too much out when they are plugged in and I like this cause I use mine for various IoT devices. 5I ve been using these for years I think these are the best flash drives out there. They are very reliable, I have several (I fill em up and just get a new one). I plug these into many different computers dozens of times every week. Takes me maybe a year to fill one up. I work with software so I m always transferring some sort of file to/from my laptop. I have never had one fail, I ve never lost any data. By the time I fill it up and move onto the next, easily been plugged in over 1000 times.The swivel is one of my favorite features, it solidly snaps into 4 different positions. Never seems to wear out. Sometimes when I m standing around waiting on something/someone I just continuously swivel the guard around and around in circles, never worn one out yet.The plastic body has a nice texture to it, feels strong and of good quality. 5Slow transfer speeds I like the capacity and price. Also like having a full hard drive in a usb stick. Helpful for transferring files from an old computer to a new one.The transfer speeds were quite slow ~4Mbps - 12Mbps on USB 3.0. Not sure how to achieve the higher theoretical maximum transfer speeds. 3Incredibly Slow Very slow--not USB3.0 speeds, gets VERY hot, super cheaply built--incredibly cheap plastic shell, and honestly I was expecting it to die pretty quick after using it for a week so I gave it away...not risking my data with this. 3Great Performance, unexpectedly. For the price it doesn't get much better than this. I was quite impressed with the read and write performance for such an inexpensive USB flash drive. The average was about 95MB/sec read and 80MB/sec write while transferring large single files. When performing sequential read/write operations it was even faster, obviously. In the future I might write a more in-depth detailed review. 5Has capacity but this one overheats I had a lot of issues moving large amounts of data at a time to this device. It would constantly overheat and go offline. I tried three different computers with the same result. I had to move over 100GB of data to this unit. I started moving smaller amounts at a time and also waited a few minutes between each less than 5GB copy blast. I'm not sure if my particular unit is defective or just what this model type tend to do. I finally did get 119GB of data on this device and it seems to work. I've had it for several weeks without any other issues. I won't buy this model again. 3Best USB on the Market! By far this is one of the best products I've ever owned. I purchased the 64GB version a few years back and it has been beat to every corner and hole backwards and forwards and still works great. It's survived countless full washing machine cycles and in the dryer as well. I've left it in my pants so many times and it would disappear for awhile only to reappear and work as intended when needed. It still looks new too. I went ahead and just got this one (the 128GB) just because of the price special. Do yourself a favor and definitely get this. One of the best deals and brands Amazon has going right now (as of this writing). 5Fast for me - YOU MUST BACK UP YOUR WORK! I bought this to back up files from my computer. I had a 97 G file that included my band's shows, photos, music, Photoshop files - point is, you never know when your computer could take a dive, break etc, so I ALWAYS back-up my work. In terms of speed - it took about an hour and 20 min. I also bought a 64 G (2.0) flash drive to back up a 48 G file....that took over 5 hours! SO, there is a HUGE difference in speed. If you're not already, you should back up your work and files, and these are a great tool to have. I will buy the 3.0 versions. I only gave it 4 stars as it's new, and I don't know how durable it will be - ONLY REASON I didn't give a 5 star 4Be leery! At first this feels better made than the similar PNY version I've always used. But, it's very possibly an illusion created by the added heft of the rather robust steel guard. The device itself has already caused me some concern, as I've seen several files on it seemingly disappear. All of the sample image and/or video files that it came with disappeared the first time I saved anything to the drive. Only the warranty registration file remained. Take note: if you actually want to look at their sample files, do so before doing anything with this drive, as they may be coded to disappear upon first use. I also had one of my files disappear. I was moving a file into a folder, there was a sort of loading freeze before I could drag it to the folder, and next thing I knew the file was gone. I couldn't find it anywhere. I presume it was some sort of lag from moving another file just moments before and have been careful not to move them too fast since then, with no repeat of the incidence, that I can tell (I don't always check the folder I'm moving a file into to make sure it actually made it).Another oddity is how this drive shows a maximum capacity of 115gb, where my 128gb PNYs show 125gb of usable space. So, it seems you lose a lot of space from the factory formatting, which it comes formatted via FAT32, so that was convenient. I'm guessing those factory sample files are still on there, just hidden - though 10gb is a LOT of sample files - wonder what was on it.The connector does feel warmer to the touch than my PNY's. It's especially odd to feel how warm it is upon ejecting the drive, after a long period of not being used. That, combined with write speeds that are slower than even my older USB 2.0 drives, makes me ponder if I should scan the device for spyware from the factory.While this is still being advertised as USB 3.0, the drive amazon sent me (same Blaze B30 product name) says on the device and packaging that it's USB 3.1 instead. So, they're apparently doing a running upgrade to 3.1, rather than creating a separate product. It still works with both my USB 3.0 and 2.0 devices, but, again, even my older USB 2.0 thumb drives from PNY and Sony seem to work faster, at least when using USB 3.0 and 2.0 devices. Maybe if I actually had a USB 3.1 device I'd see some improvement in speeds. But so far this thing has even been slow to move files around on the drive itself, compared to others. And actually writing files to the drive itself, it seems to write in spurts and then pause for a bit, before resuming - rinse and repeat, rinse and repeat, depending on the file size being saved.Personally, I don't care about the slower speeds, but there's no excuse for vanishing files. Reliability is prerequisite. So I'm disinclined to gamble on this company again. 2Read and Write Speeds are abysmal Shamefully terrible performance! Check out my disk tests. I'm beginning to believe that those who found it performing so much faster are actually not being honest. With this kind of performance? Something's bogus. 1
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Very good overall. Bought a few of those, 16GB and 32GB version, a while back and they are excellent. I bought another one now from amazon while they are still available. I can write at 6.5 MB/s on this 16 GB version. While not stellar performance wise it is not bad either for an USB 2.0 flash drive. Excellent metal case with an unique and artistic pleasing design. It does not stick too much out when they are plugged in and I like this cause I use mine for various IoT devices. 5I ve been using these for years I think these are the best flash drives out there. They are very reliable, I have several (I fill em up and just get a new one). I plug these into many different computers dozens of times every week. Takes me maybe a year to fill one up. I work with software so I m always transferring some sort of file to/from my laptop. I have never had one fail, I ve never lost any data. By the time I fill it up and move onto the next, easily been plugged in over 1000 times.The swivel is one of my favorite features, it solidly snaps into 4 different positions. Never seems to wear out. Sometimes when I m standing around waiting on something/someone I just continuously swivel the guard around and around in circles, never worn one out yet.The plastic body has a nice texture to it, feels strong and of good quality. 5Slow transfer speeds I like the capacity and price. Also like having a full hard drive in a usb stick. Helpful for transferring files from an old computer to a new one.The transfer speeds were quite slow ~4Mbps - 12Mbps on USB 3.0. Not sure how to achieve the higher theoretical maximum transfer speeds. 3Incredibly Slow Very slow--not USB3.0 speeds, gets VERY hot, super cheaply built--incredibly cheap plastic shell, and honestly I was expecting it to die pretty quick after using it for a week so I gave it away...not risking my data with this. 3Great Performance, unexpectedly. For the price it doesn't get much better than this. I was quite impressed with the read and write performance for such an inexpensive USB flash drive. The average was about 95MB/sec read and 80MB/sec write while transferring large single files. When performing sequential read/write operations it was even faster, obviously. In the future I might write a more in-depth detailed review. 5Has capacity but this one overheats I had a lot of issues moving large amounts of data at a time to this device. It would constantly overheat and go offline. I tried three different computers with the same result. I had to move over 100GB of data to this unit. I started moving smaller amounts at a time and also waited a few minutes between each less than 5GB copy blast. I'm not sure if my particular unit is defective or just what this model type tend to do. I finally did get 119GB of data on this device and it seems to work. I've had it for several weeks without any other issues. I won't buy this model again. 3Best USB on the Market! By far this is one of the best products I've ever owned. I purchased the 64GB version a few years back and it has been beat to every corner and hole backwards and forwards and still works great. It's survived countless full washing machine cycles and in the dryer as well. I've left it in my pants so many times and it would disappear for awhile only to reappear and work as intended when needed. It still looks new too. I went ahead and just got this one (the 128GB) just because of the price special. Do yourself a favor and definitely get this. One of the best deals and brands Amazon has going right now (as of this writing). 5Fast for me - YOU MUST BACK UP YOUR WORK! I bought this to back up files from my computer. I had a 97 G file that included my band's shows, photos, music, Photoshop files - point is, you never know when your computer could take a dive, break etc, so I ALWAYS back-up my work. In terms of speed - it took about an hour and 20 min. I also bought a 64 G (2.0) flash drive to back up a 48 G file....that took over 5 hours! SO, there is a HUGE difference in speed. If you're not already, you should back up your work and files, and these are a great tool to have. I will buy the 3.0 versions. I only gave it 4 stars as it's new, and I don't know how durable it will be - ONLY REASON I didn't give a 5 star 4Be leery! At first this feels better made than the similar PNY version I've always used. But, it's very possibly an illusion created by the added heft of the rather robust steel guard. The device itself has already caused me some concern, as I've seen several files on it seemingly disappear. All of the sample image and/or video files that it came with disappeared the first time I saved anything to the drive. Only the warranty registration file remained. Take note: if you actually want to look at their sample files, do so before doing anything with this drive, as they may be coded to disappear upon first use. I also had one of my files disappear. I was moving a file into a folder, there was a sort of loading freeze before I could drag it to the folder, and next thing I knew the file was gone. I couldn't find it anywhere. I presume it was some sort of lag from moving another file just moments before and have been careful not to move them too fast since then, with no repeat of the incidence, that I can tell (I don't always check the folder I'm moving a file into to make sure it actually made it).Another oddity is how this drive shows a maximum capacity of 115gb, where my 128gb PNYs show 125gb of usable space. So, it seems you lose a lot of space from the factory formatting, which it comes formatted via FAT32, so that was convenient. I'm guessing those factory sample files are still on there, just hidden - though 10gb is a LOT of sample files - wonder what was on it.The connector does feel warmer to the touch than my PNY's. It's especially odd to feel how warm it is upon ejecting the drive, after a long period of not being used. That, combined with write speeds that are slower than even my older USB 2.0 drives, makes me ponder if I should scan the device for spyware from the factory.While this is still being advertised as USB 3.0, the drive amazon sent me (same Blaze B30 product name) says on the device and packaging that it's USB 3.1 instead. So, they're apparently doing a running upgrade to 3.1, rather than creating a separate product. It still works with both my USB 3.0 and 2.0 devices, but, again, even my older USB 2.0 thumb drives from PNY and Sony seem to work faster, at least when using USB 3.0 and 2.0 devices. Maybe if I actually had a USB 3.1 device I'd see some improvement in speeds. But so far this thing has even been slow to move files around on the drive itself, compared to others. And actually writing files to the drive itself, it seems to write in spurts and then pause for a bit, before resuming - rinse and repeat, rinse and repeat, depending on the file size being saved.Personally, I don't care about the slower speeds, but there's no excuse for vanishing files. Reliability is prerequisite. So I'm disinclined to gamble on this company again. 2Read and Write Speeds are abysmal Shamefully terrible performance! Check out my disk tests. I'm beginning to believe that those who found it performing so much faster are actually not being honest. With this kind of performance? Something's bogus. 1
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