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Does this have a bagel setting?
At quick glance, I thought it some kind of futuristic toaster.
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This is a bad ass looking toaster, but will it toast a bagel?
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weird that I can't get this to ship to me..anyone running into this issue?
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Shows up as $34.99 in my cart.

Edit: Got it to work after several tries.
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Deal is dead.
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Deal is dead.
Try again, it finally worked for me.
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I wasn't sure why anyone would need this, but I realize I have a couple of old 3.5" drives with data on them that I don't want to open up my case to access.
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I love these types of devices.

For devices like this, I tend to stay with Anker or Plugable brands. All the others usually disappoint on lifetime period. Both Anker and Plugable have support that is helpful and cares about our results. At least that has been my experience.

Over the years, I've had 3. 2 have failed. One is still working, sadly it is the one that is USB2+eSATA. The dual-Dock that still works was made by ThermalTake with the "BlacX" name. Sadly, it is only USB2, which can be painful today. I've been using it about 10 yrs, perhaps 15 yrs. Really wish it was USB3.

USB3 = good.
Dock = good.
Finding one that lasts over a year, is hard.

These dual docks that support disk cloning are great. They are really stupid, so just like the Unix command 'dd'. Just be 100% certain you get the source and target disks into the correct slots. It is a byte-for-byte copy. Most of the time, these cloned disks cannot be used in the exact same machine at the same time because partition IDs are the same - which can be bad. But if you have a need to clone a drive byte-for-byte, these are handy. Personally, I avoid that sort of cloning and prefer to use file system based mirrors like rsync, but everyone has different needs.
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These are great... if you need it.
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Thought this was a toaster at first.
A bit disappointed, actually.
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And now the deal is back. Whatever!
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I love these types of devices.

For devices like this, I tend to stay with Anker or Plugable brands. All the others usually disappoint on lifetime period. Both Anker and Plugable have support that is helpful and cares about our results. At least that has been my experience.

Over the years, I've had 3. 2 have failed. One is still working, sadly it is the one that is USB2+eSATA. The dual-Dock that still works was made by ThermalTake with the "BlacX" name. Sadly, it is only USB2, which can be painful today. I've been using it about 10 yrs, perhaps 15 yrs. Really wish it was USB3.

USB3 = good.
Dock = good.
Finding one that lasts over a year, is hard.

These dual docks that support disk cloning are great. They are really stupid, so just like the Unix command 'dd'. Just be 100% certain you get the source and target disks into the correct slots. It is a byte-for-byte copy. Most of the time, these cloned disks cannot be used in the exact same machine at the same time because partition IDs are the same - which can be bad. But if you have a need to clone a drive byte-for-byte, these are handy. Personally, I avoid that sort of cloning and prefer to use file system based mirrors like rsync, but everyone has different needs.
Startech is another good one.
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I paid $34.98 for one of these back in June and although I've only used it a few times, it's served it's purpose well enough that I don't regret pulling the trigger or missing this deal.

I've cloned a few drives:
1. an upgrade to SSD for a laptop
2. a backup of another laptop with a borked OS.
3. an initial "test" from a 2.5" laptop drive to a 3.5" of a larger capacity
In all cases, the resulting duplicate was usable and no issues were found.

You can sort of see the "progress" when cloning with the "percentage" style indicators, but there are no details or time estimates or anything. It takes as long as it takes. But since it's unattended, I'm not really out the use of a machine or anything. Time to complete seems similar to using Clonezilla and the typical limitation of using an equal-or-larger destination drive is still very much applicable.

Be careful if cloning between drives of different brands labeled the same size... 500 GB != 500 GB in all cases... even a few bytes smaller due to advertising/rounding can waste your afternoon ;-) Cloning to the same model or a larger size is always preferable.
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This is a great toaster. I recommend to anyone who wants to add to their modern/space age modeled kitchen!
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