Summary: Amazon Verified Purchase ( What's this? ) Its been washed (also I don't recomend it), used in the dirt, dropped, and ran over by an office chair; still works. Did not care for the U3 service and turnned it off, maybe it will be better away from Windows 2K. Previously used the 512MB cruzer and over the years I have lost all of the caps and the male end is bent out of alignment. The lack of caps on the titanium unit has been nice.
Summary: Amazon Verified Purchase ( What's this? ) My wife has wanted to make her own liquid soaap for a long time (I do not know why). The book was both interesting and informative and got her deeply involved in making her first batch..
Summary: This is the most unreliable USB-drive I have ever used. It loses data all the time. And yes, I do always use secure remove function in XP and Vista. It has lost all data in it for atleast ten times for no any particular reason. I always have to reformat it after data loss. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone because of my bad experiences with it. I have used different manufacturers different size USB-drives and this is the only I have problems with. So good bye Cruzer.
Pros: Easy To Setup, Easy To Use, Fast, High Capacity, Portable
Best USB drive I've ever bought, and tough as hell!
Robert Bishop "[hack.the.gibson]", Amazon
23 August 2009
Summary: I've put this thing through hell. I wear it on a carabiner attached to a beltloop that is constantly crashing it against countertops, tables, desks, my keys, you name it. I've dropped it, stepped on it, had someone throw it at the ground and even DRIVE OVER IT (granted it was a stock little Honda Civic,) but this thing still keeps on going. The part I love most about it is the fact that you can retract the usb adapter itself into the metal housing of the flash drive.
Summary: Although I would reccomend this product, since I have purchased these cruzer titaniums since the 512mb came out, I definately notice a decrease in density of the metal. It just seems to be made cheaper. It still works great and would reccomend.
Great little device, annoying but easy to delete U3 software
Todd Spitz, Amazon
2 August 2009
Summary: Sturdy design. Retractable USB function works well with the metal frame (I often had trouble with the mechanism on my old, plastic one b/c it would retract as I tried to plug the device in, making it extremely difficult and frustrating to use). The thing really feels like it could take a bullet and still work. The one real annoyance is the U3 software, but it's really easy to delete if desired, and I suppose someone out there might want some of the software it includes.
Summary: Amazon Verified Purchase ( What's this? ) Whether this flash drive is plugged directly into my (Dell) computer or my monitor, whatever light comes on is not visible. Even if it were, would I care? No. Want to see a "cheap" plastic case, check out the Kingston Data Traveler (which I recently purchased). This SanDisk Ultra Cruzer Titanium flash drive is clearly a superior product. You have the option of not installing any extra programs that are offered.
Summary: I was looking to consolidate all my different flash drives into one so that I didn't have to keep all the different ones that I had. I bought the 2G version at Walmart. I was at first very pumped at the idea of not losing the cap since I am absent-minded and do good to remember the flash drive itself. On my first attempt to use this I had trouble getting it into the USB port. The thing kept retracting into its sleeve when I pushed it in.