dealscorsair flash voyager 32gb usb 3.0 flash drive…

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there are so many consistently negative feedback on this item. I was tempted, but the reviews are scary.

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With reviews like that and not a single response from corsair means stay away. Now you know why they are giving them away.

If you look at other Corsair products, they usually comment on people stuff saying they will RMA the item. Not this.

TL;DR: Stay away.

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I am not sure why there are negative reviews for this, but I have a 16GB version of this and I have NEVER had any issues. It's actually a really great product. Maybe increasing the size of the removable drive caused major issues?

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I have one of these and it's GREAT! That doesn't mean I'm suggesting that you buy this...

This company makes it practically impossible to get one of their mail-in-rebates! You have to jump through several hoops just to apply for the rebate, then they don't give it to you ANYWAY!

Wait til you find one at a lower price, and forget about rebates with this company. It IS a nice drive, though...

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@univave: I've done 2 corsair rebates, and never had any issues. They've both been fast and easy... They send you a debit card with the money on it, then you just use it next time you fill up at the gas station

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Price at the website is $36.99 - $16 rebate = $20.99

Price has GONE UP!

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@univave: Please read the description. Use the promo code, once the item is in the cart

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@univave: First, learn to read. Second, use the promo code. The code expires 4/4 btw

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I have the 16gb version, got it approximately ~$15 without a rebate. Love it so far-6 months. The main complaints against this model stem from the casing being flexible and allowing the USB connector to break free from the board inside. In that event, you can supposedly cut it open a re-solder the pin to get your data off. Don't flex the drive and always plug it in and remove it perpendicular to the port and you'll not have an issue. This applies to any flash drive with a flexible housing.

That said, these are cheap drives. If you're doing quick file transfers, it's great. If you need something to be very reliable and durable, you might want to look at the Corsair Survivor or a Lacie 'XtremKey'.

Corsair is notably unreliable regarding their rebates on these types of products. As always, assume the price sans rebate to ensure satisfaction.

Pick two of three: Price, size, reliability.

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THANK YOU!!! In for 1!!!

We have bought and used Corsairs forever; they are rugged, reliable, never a problem for us! Love the rubberized casing.

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The USB 2.0 version got much better reviews. I think there is also a rebate on that. I'll probably go for that one.

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MIR = No thank you. Practically impossible to redeem.

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The USB 2.0 version of this drive has treated me well.

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This is a very good deal! I bought the 32 G 3.0 from newegg. OMG it was really fast!!! i mean both read and write.