Summary: The bamboo caps don't have much friction with the metal USB plug, so prepare to lose the caps. That having been said, the sticks are pretty unique so other than the burden I place on others when I loan these out, they pretty much always remember it isn't theirs and remember who to give the stick back to. They're USB 2.0 so they're not exceedingly speedy, but they're adequate.
Summary: Its ok. Does what it is supposed to do. I would rate it more at 3.5. My main disappointment is that It does not actually give 8 GB of storage space. Actually about 6 or so. Havent been able to very that its really a SanDisk product. As I have seen Amazon sellers trying to pass off Products as SanDisk that are actually generic with SanDisk written on it.
Summary: Very nicely constructed, smoothly sanded. I purchased this for a gift. My only complaint is the green label that is seen in the photo is actually painted across the item so it looks kind of cheesy.
Summary: Its exactly what I wanted but I didn't realize that the Green sticker/icon was going to be on it, thought it was just a banner over the picture to show what brand it was. I received the item and it is nonremovable from the actual flash drive.
Summary: Years back Sandisk came out with the "Titanium" series of flash drives which had the case made of the patented "liquidmetal" titanium alloy. Then later they stopped making titanium cases, but kept the "Titanium" name. You can still get the 1GB and 2GB "liquidmetal" real titanium versions, but nothing larger.
Summary: If looks are your main consideration, then go for it. Performance is poor. Files transfers to and from and very slow, way slower than the Kingstons I have. Not sure why that is since they're both advertised as usb 2.0. Pros: Looks great. Cons: performance not great.