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Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive
168.45 AED

Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive

by  Corsair, USB Flash Drives - 1 review

168.45 AED 

+ 19.79 AED UAE Delivery
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  • Hard-anodized, aircraft-grade aluminum housing
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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    Specifications

    Brand
    Corsair
    Color
    Black
    Model Number
    CMFSS3B-128GB
    UPC-A
    843591066396
    Brand
    Corsair
    Color
    Black
    Model Number
    CMFSS3B-128GB
    UPC-A
    843591066396
    Item EAN
    2724534603565
    ASIN
    B00YHL1OKI
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    Description:

    Military-style data transport with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 compatibilityC

    Your files are important - that's why you're taking them with you. Flash Survivor Stealth® USB 3.0 flash drives help keep them safe. The anodized, aircraft-grade aluminum housing is waterproof to 200 meters, vibration-resistant,

    Military-style data transport with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 compatibilityC

    Your files are important - that's why you're taking them with you. Flash Survivor Stealth® USB 3.0 flash drives help keep them safe. The anodized, aircraft-grade aluminum housing is waterproof to 200 meters, vibration-resistant, and shock-resistant.

    USB 3.0 speedC

    If you move a lot of data, you've noticed that as convenient as USB flash drives are, they never seem to be as fast as you'd like. USB 3.0 changes the game. Flash Survivor Stealth USB 3.0 offers read speeds up to four times faster than traditional USB 2.0 drives. It's fast enough to view most videos directly from your Flash Survivor Stealth, without having to take the usual extra step of copying it to a hard drive first.

    High-performance USB 2.0 supportC

    Not only is Flash Survivor Stealth USB 3.0 backward compatible with USB 2.0 - it offers great performance, too. No matter how up-to-date your PC is, you'll be able to quickly take care of moving your files and be off on your next adventure.

    Universal compatibilityC

    It works with Microsoft® Windows®, Mac® OS X, and even Linux without drivers, and there's no software to install. Just plug it in, and go. If your computer has a USB 2.0 or 3.0 connector, you can use Flash Survivor Stealth USB 3.0.

    Proven reliabilityC

    With almost two decades of building enthusiast-grade memory and components, we've earned a reputation for quality, compatibility, and performance. Need help? We're available by phone call, email or web forum.

 

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  • Buyer Beware! Cheap construction, bad customer service.
    By Nicole Sousa on 25 January 2018

    An overpriced flash drive that certainly does not present as durable as Corsair has marketed it to be. After only a few months, the USB drive broke into pieces despite no harsh use or mistreatment. This was due to its cheap, plastic constriction. After NUMEROUS contacts with Corsair customer service, they seemingly refused to replace it, despite approving an RMA for the item and having received it in their processing department.

    TERRIBLE customer service. Poor product design. I recommend a Samsung BAR or Lacie Extremkey instead.

    19 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Survivor Nearly Died (EDITED ON JUNE 14, 2016)
    By Paul Cedar on 19 December 2015

    I'm following up with my original review (below), because I recently dropped my drive onto the floor. The sound of loose parts inside the cylinder was not reassuring. The drive would no longer come up when inserted into a computer. I carefully opened the drive and found that there was a very tiny black component which had fallen off the circuit board. It looked somewhat like those other black square components (see photos). I was panicking because I had just used this drive to back up my work before wiping my laptop. Years of family photos, important immigration documents and many other irreplaceable items were now locked inside the memory chip. To make matters worse, I'm in living in a foreign country and deciding who to trust with my important information made fixing the drive a very risky proposition, but since I was up against a deadline with one of my projects, I decided to try to fix it. Several stores wouldn't touch it, but one guy at a cellphone repair kiosk added a small blob of solder to join the leads where the component used to be. After arriving at my office, I carefully plugged it in to my computer and thankfully, the contents showed up, but the drive was very unstable. It took many attempts to download my data because the drive would frequently disconnect. I'm guessing the missing component was either a capacitor or a resistor.

    Now I'm revising my score to two stars, because a simple one meter drop to a concrete floor while still sealed in the protective cylinder shouldn't have killed my drive. I really wanted to like this drive, but the reason I bought it over other choices is because I really needed it to be strong and reliable. Now it's a brick. Perhaps if I have time, I'll send it back to Corsair so they can figure out how to improve the design.

    ============ original review below ==============
    The Corsair Flash Survivor Stealth 256GB USB 3.0 is very nicely made. I bought it to augment the 64GB version that I bought five years ago. The speed is very good and the construction is excellent. I'm an ESL teacher. The survivor that I bought five years ago gets nearly daily use in Chinese classrooms on all kinds of old clunker computers and it has never let me down. The new stealth is great, but for my application, I would prefer it to be a bright color that is harder to ignore or leave behind. I would also prefer the lanyard attachment on the shell instead (like the old one) because it's my way of reminding myself that it's in use. The preferable method is to unscrew the drive and leave the shell hanging out. I never put the shell back in the pocket or bag unless I screw the drive back inside, but the new one has the lanyard on the drive which means I have to leave the shell loose on the desk.

    Using Linux Ubuntu and Gparted partition editor, I divided to the drive to have the first partition very large and then I put a small 10GB partition on the end. In Windows, the first partition with all of my files shows up, but not the second partition. But if I interrupt the boot sequence, I can boot into Ubuntu 15.10 which has been installed on the second partition and then Ubuntu will also show the first partition with all of my files.

    Pros:
    Tough construction
    Fast performance
    Lanyard attachment
    Able to be partitioned

    Cons:
    Lanyard attached to the drive, instead of the shell
    Black color makes it easy to lose.

    Go ahead and buy this product. You won't be disappointed.

    57 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • *Years* of a abuse, and still surviving- except the original rubber o-ring.
    By Review_Ninja on 06 October 2015

    My Fiance bought this as Christmas gift in 2013, coming up on 3 years of constant use as a once Systems Administrator and now IT Manager I absolutely love this drive. This thing has gone on my keys with me for work and play in a half a dozen climate conditions across the Atlantic ocean and back. The only thing that's decayed is the rubber o-ring seal; Corsair does not carry this seal in stock but it can be remedied with a simple trip for an o-ring at the hardware store as they come in a multitude of thickness and sizes.

    The drive is still going strong after one or more accounts it being dropped, crushed, and soaked. If you're on a Windows environment you will get faster read/write access if you format this to NTFS, otherwise I find it works fine using exFAT to work across Linux/Mac/Windows without any major performance gripes on USB 3.0 (Fuse package for the *nix users) .

    80 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Do not buy! Terrible product!
    By Jeff A. on 21 September 2016

    After a second use in my law office this "rugged" sub drive came apart. I have many cheaper flash drives that are still in great shape.

    16 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • This "Survivor" got voted off in the first episode.
    By Cannington De Ness on 20 April 2017

    Well it lasted about two quarters, it never got wet, it did not get tossed, I did not work off of it, just saved to and copied from. The most wear I could say was everyday key-chain use. It lasted shorter than the free plastic USB I got years ago (that one still works, just the strap that connected to my key-chain wore-out and I decided to upgrade to a larger drive instead of getting a new strap). It no longer works in any way so all of my files are inaccessible on it. Could not return to Amazon as it was after the 30 days. I will contact the company next and change my review if I have any luck from them, but a USB that's entire point is to be durable breaking in less than two quarters at school is very bad.

    8 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

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