Summary: There isn't much to say, but the USB's write-protect switch is an awesome way to secure your data from malware and the transfer speeds are great. Perhaps the only downside is that it gets hot sometimes, but that is understandable.
Great drive with a write protect switch and one little flaw. Its not a fan of geting wet.
Patrick Outhier, Amazon
8 March 2014
Summary: Good speed and great to keep your AV/anti malware tools on if your a bench tech. Just flip the switch and you can plug in the drive with little worries of infecting the drive. I have 4 of these drives and one is dead. At this cost I would have expected the drives to be able to handle an accidental wash. I haven't opened the bad drive to check, but I'm expecting it's not potted which is a relatively cheap way of making the drive water resistant.
Summary: For the cost of these I expected a lot more quality out of them but was very disappointed. We bought three of these. One of them failed after about a month. We got that one replaced through Kanguru. We had to pay shipping for the replacement. Since then the other two we bought as well as the replacement have failed. We just use these for daily tech work. Nothing out of the ordinary. We normally get a couple of years out of a flash drive.
Summary: This is a nice, mostly solid device. Owned one of their drives before and have been mostly pleased with it. The write protect switch is better then before but still not perfect. Doesn't appear to have a activity LED, which I wish it did.
Summary: I use it to store malware removal utilities so it gets used in a lot of infected PCs. The switch keeps that junk from getting onto the flash drive. You can use a registry entry to enable/disable writing to the drive but not until it's inserted into the PC, which may be too late to protect it. The switch is a great invention!