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WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station w/ Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP $18.99

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Good price for a tool that I use alot myself at home and at work. It also works well for getting data off a drive that is failing. Handy tool for any tech or home computer enthusiast to have.
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Never heard of this brand before. How reliable are these?
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How robust is the offline copy/duplicate mode? Is it sensitive to drive formats, bad blocks, etc....?
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How robust is the offline copy/duplicate mode? Is it sensitive to drive formats, bad blocks, etc....?
I would like to know this also. Want to use it for Linux.
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Thanks OP,

If I just want to clone my Windows 7 OS drive, is there any advantage using this over say Macrium?
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I snatched one. It shows good reviews at amazon.
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Thanks OP,

If I just want to clone my Windows 7 OS drive, is there any advantage using this over say Macrium?
Still use Win7?
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Not sure how reliable fakespot is anymore, but they give the company an f and this product rating a c.

https://www.fakespot.com/product/...-tool-free
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A dude on linux said he's not getting good speeds. https://www.amazon.com/gp/custome...B00PTUQE4M

I've always personally have opted for better made sata docking stations just because some can be so shoddily made for the lowest price. I own this one:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...=UTF8&th=1

I get good transfer speeds usually at 115-140 mb/s, sometimes depending on the file type or sheer of files being transferred, it'll drop down to 70-90 mb/s. I use it to mirror off my main backupdrive using freefilesync. Never once had an issue with it, I've tested it with unplugging it and turning off the power switch with a drive plugged in (not mid transfer or anything though) and it's never once affected my drives. I'd highly recommend. Plus it's got some extra ports too which is nice.
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How good are these to use full time?
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I wish this coupon worked with the USB C, so that I won't have to get an adapter.
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FakeSpot is definitely a unreliable website but trying to convince people otherwise is a lost cause.
You can have a item with a Fakespot rating of an A and when you pick a different color of the same product if may have a D rating. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)

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Not sure how reliable fakespot is but they give the company an f and this product rating a c.

https://www.fakespot.com/product/...-tool-free
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Didn't Newegg put up a sale for a better brand, at a lower price, including an aluminum body, recently?
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Still use Win7?
Old habits die hard. I love Win 7.

So my game plan is to clone the Win 7 drive, then put the cloned drive in the PC and upgrade that drive to Win10. That way if something goes wrong, I have a fallback. Macrium is a crowd favorite here on SD, so I'll probably just use that.
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