- Brand Name: BOZI9
- Model Number: CMFUSBSRVR-8GB
- Memory Storage Capacity: 8192 MB
- Form Factor: USB 2.0 FLASH DRIVE
Corsair 8GB Flash Survivor USB 2.0 Flash Drive CMFUSBSRVR-8GB
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Top Customer Reviews
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It is larger than most drives however its about the same length as my trucks key. It is TOUGH. I've had it quite some time now and ever part of it is just as tough as ever. Be aware that "aircraft aluminum" will be very suceptible to cosmetic damage hower i find that i really just gives it a more convicing arugment for its design. It's water proof design allows me also to do my laundry with my keys in my poket witch is also quite a frequent occurance. All of this and it's backed up by a 10 YEAR warrenty. You really can't go wrong with this drive.
The coolness of this corsair drive is not in its speed but in its durability. I do not know what drive some of these reviewers git hold of but, the Corsair 32 gig drives of this type that I have are so much more sturdy than the fragile plastic wrapped crap, most notably the Kingston Traveler series of drives. These drives are like steel trash cans that protect your drive. I have a 370 pound 6 foot 8 inch friend. I gave him one of my Corsair 32 bit drives.
My big biker friend puts USB drives in his back pocket sits down without thinking. I lost 2 cheap plastic 4 gig Kingston Travelers and a 256KB LEXAR drives broken in my big friends back pocket. He is a nice guy, he just forgets. Unknown to me at the time he put my Corsair 32 gig drive in his back pocket and we rode on a motorcycle from Baltimore to Washington DC. I give speeches on autism to parents, doctors and interested people often with the help of PowerPoint Presentations.
My Power Point Presentation was on that 32 gig USB drive in my big friends back pants pocket. I had no spare copy of the presentation. When he reached to take the Corsair drive out of his back jeans pocket, my heart sank. I realized suddenly, I had no power point the drive was dead as the others he can squashed into uselessness.Read more ›
The manufacturer made this improvement after numerous published complaints which pointed out that if the cover were to become dislodged from the Memory, it was the memory, and your precious data which you'd want tethered to your body, key ring, backpack etc. Not the empty cover.
Apparently Amazon has some old stock, and whether by design or neglect these can be the ones you get if you are unlucky.
Check it out before you open the blister package.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love it where it around my neck and use it when I need to look up files for work. tough and durable will buy again if I loose it or it goes badPublished 9 months ago by Theodore F. Beck III
ran over it with the car and no problems at all - i would not repeat the process but i was impressed. still running as well.Published 12 months ago by greyfaction
It didn't seem so strong to me. and I exchanged or just returned it - forget which one. I thought it was rather expensive for what you get considering what I paid for it. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Theodora d'Concord
Thumb drives are always useful. I have used it many times over and still use it today. Happy, Happy, Happy.Published 22 months ago by Peyton
Good gift for my dad - I do all his computer "work" so this was a must. Now to get a larger one to back up more files.Published on November 24, 2013 by L. Head
This is very good usb flash drive memory than sandisk flash drive memory. I very like it. It downloads very fast.Published on July 17, 2013 by T. NGUYEN
This was given to me as a birthday present and I'm now buying a new one because I need one for my non-profit Los Angeles Costume Swap. I love it. Read morePublished on May 16, 2012 by Female of the species
I love this thing! I have had it for almost three years without a single problem. It has also been through three field seasons camping in tents in 100 degree + heat. Read morePublished on September 2, 2011 by Jim Duncan