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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 December 2017
The speed of this drive is excellent. Unfortunately I have two issues with the build quality.
1.) The USB 3.0 connector is very tight and I have had a real struggle fitting it in to several of my devices.
2.) Because of the tightness of the connector the slider/catch that holds the USB head forward is almost
useless and occasionally gives way and allows the head to be pushed back inside the body when being inserted.
So I now have to hold the slider forward with my thumb whenever I'm trying to insert it just in case it's pushed back.
Of course the USB connectors on some devices are upside down so I have to do this from underneath the drive.
It's ironic since some of my older USB drives had sliders that were way too stiff to move back and forth frequently.
So I'm now looking for USB thumb drives that don't have any sliders. They never work well!
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