B&H Photo Video has the Lexar JumpDrive TwistTurn 32GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive, Black (LJDTT32GASBNA) for $9.99 with free shipping. Features hinged jacket and keychain hook.
$18 Retail: $90

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    markas.alan Ben's cred: 22
    Posted 9:26 am PDT 08/27/14

    Highly recommend these Lexar drives. I've got half a dozen between 8GB and 32GB and have never had one fail. Cover works well and can never get lost. If you are not looking for the slimmest or the smallest USB drive then these are solid workhorse units that can be relied upon.

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    markas.alan Ben's cred: 22
    Posted 9:28 am PDT 08/27/14

    USB 2 is more than fast enough unless you are routinely copying half the drives content or more. Reading off this drive is more than fast enbough to stream 1080p HD video. I keep movies on a few of mine and they play perfectly when plugged into POCs, tablets, Blu-Ray players or TVs.

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    kampungdude Ben's cred: 9
    Posted 11:11 am PDT 08/27/14

    Wasted my postage sending this jumpy drive for a warranty and lost all data on it as well. Get some other brand.

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    MWplus3 Ben's cred: 215
    Posted 3:04 pm PDT 08/27/14

    I've owned one of these for a couple of years and have never had an issue....I just can't do 2.0 after having 3.0 though...I mostly load video and photo files, and the difference is apparen30 spoils you.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3856
    Posted 3:20 pm PDT 08/27/14

    I'm trying to remember if I've ever had ANY USB flash drive fail. Okay, there was one time I bumped one while in the port and it broke the connector off the PCB but I soldered it back on.

    My main concern wouldn't just be USB2 vs USB3 but rather that historically Lexar drives have used the cheaper, slower controllers that can't even max out USB2.

    Per an Amazon reviewer:

    Toonfan wrote:
    Using the ChkFlsh utility, this Lexar 16GB TwistTurn flash drive has a write speed of 4.41 MB/s and read speed of 16.97 MB/s.

    This compares very badly with my OCZ 16GB flash drive with write and read speeds of 14.83 MB/s and 28.96 MB/s, respectively.

    To verify these speeds I copied a 1.4GB movie from my hard disk to each drive. The Lexar took 5.5 mins while the OCZ took 1.5 mins

    Another reviewer had 6MB/s write and 17MB/s read benchmarks. I'd accept that if there were some virtue like it being tiny enough to fit on my keychain but even my tiny Pico USB2 thumbdrive gets higher than 17MB/s reads and it's practically indestructible unless you're trying to with explosives, hammer, saw, fire, etc.

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