Summary: Longtime fan of the Corsair flash drives, I am finally in possession of one I won't accidentally destroy! Sturdy with a screw-on cover, the extra bulk is worth it and helps me keep track of it whether in my pocket, laptop case or backpack.
Summary: This is my second Corsair Survivor. The build quality of these drives is nice. Feels very solid, the large size does not bother me even though I carry it around everyday. Where I am very disappointed is with the write speed.
Summary: If you're looking for a business flash drive that can take pain this one is a great price. It's sturdy! My only complaint is that the rubber on the ends catches your cloth in your pocket. You COULD just remove the rubber things since they aren't that hard to remove, but I've left them on anyway.
Pros: Well protected USB flash drive. Only giving it a 4/5 stars because the speed is slower that other 3.0 flash drives I use. Fair price for this size drive, you can pay a lot more and get a lot less.
Cons: Speed tends to be slower than other 3.0 USB flash drives.
Summary: This flashdrive is absolutely amazing! Watertight , shock/drop resistant, and with enough space to hold everything important to me and more. Was the perfect investment and couldn't be happier!
Summary: I ran my car over one of these one time and has no issues.
Pros: I was so tired of walking by my workstation and hitting the thumb drive sticking up, and bending the metal ever so slightly. What good is it to buy something that's fast, and a good price, if it breaks easily?
Cons: It's not as strong as the silver, black, and blue Survivor USB 3.0 model they once made. But it's still a very strong drive.
Summary: As I said before, I've not had a Survivor drive fail me yet, and with the care with which I treat them, I doubt I ever will. They might not be the fastest, but I can wait an extra few seconds for the knowledge that what I'm putting on it will be safe and secure (at least structurally).
Pros: This is my sixth Corsair Survivor series flash drive, starting at 4GB and leading up to 256GB now. None of them have failed me yet, and I've yet to even lose a rubber washer off any of them. I bought this one because my last two USB3 64GB Survivors were filling up and my GTR 32GB was starting to ...
Cons: The main 'con' I can find is actually one of the 'pros.' There are two versions of this drive - the CMFSS3, and the CMFSS3B. The main difference I could find between them is the non-'B' model is slightly larger and weighs more, which makes me wonder if the 'B' model was made more cheaply. The les...