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128GB Lexar JumpDrive S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drives: 3-Pk $44, 2-Pk $30

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BuyDig.com has 128GB Lexar JumpDrive S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drives (LJDS75-128ABNL) on sale for the prices below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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  • This USB 3.0 flash drive features a retractable connector with thumb slide, and is rated for up to 150MB/s read and 60MB/s write.
  • Our research indicates that at the time of this post, the 128GB Lexar JumpDrive S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (LJDS75-128ABNL) is $5.50 lower (25% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $21.99. -Corwin

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Temping price, but seeing the high number of people reporting premature drive failures at Amazon makes me uncomfortable.
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Temping price, but seeing the high number of people reporting premature drive failures at Amazon makes me uncomfortable.
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Does anyone know if these have the cheapo plastic usb ports or metal?
I know some of the Lexars had plastic and those frequently broke.
If this is the metal-port type, it's a good deal.
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Drives are very fragile. Feel like they break anytime. I have had one for 4 years and it hasn't broken so far (barely use it)
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Unlike recently, Lexar is now all good on warranty replacement.
I just received a refund at PayPal today for a drive I sent back with an issue.
Overall, Lexar drives have performed very well for me.
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very tempting but these drives have almost a 25% one star rating on amazon, seems to be tons of failures with this model. even though they do seem to honor the RMA i dont know if they pay return shipping and frankly its just not worth the risk since it's not THAT cheap, maybe $5-6 cheaper then other similar ones
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Good price. Thank you very much.
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very tempting but these drives have almost a 25% one star rating on amazon, seems to be tons of failures with this model. even though they do seem to honor the RMA i dont know if they pay return shipping and frankly its just not worth the risk since it's not THAT cheap, maybe $5-6 cheaper then other similar ones
Had this drive crap out on me in a year. Was able to get a replacement with Lexar and I believe I paid the shipping to them.
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These drives are terrible. Computer doesn't recognize them half the time. Other times says drive is unreadable randomly.
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Temping price, but seeing the high number of people reporting premature drive failures at Amazon makes me uncomfortable.
I like how you put it, "uncomfortable" like a very precise feeling about your buying decision. 👌
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drive benchmarks?
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I still use my HP. It's been 5 years, still works well.
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nope never Lexar for me! I just had two 32gb lexar 3.0 usb flash drives fail on me within a 6 month period. NOPE will get something else like sandisk.
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I have 30+ USB flash drives, only ones that died on me were the Lexar (same model but 32 & 64 GB size). Two died within a year, getting slower and slower and finally gave up the ghost.
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