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SanDisk Cruzer Fit CZ33 32GB USB 2.0 Low-Profile Flash Drive- SDCZ33-032G-B35
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  • Low-profile drive for notebooks, tablets, TV's and car audio systems
  • 32GB of Capacity in a tiny portable USB Drive
  • Guard your data with SanDisk Secure Access software
  • Built-in LED light to monitor drive's activity
  • USB Specification: USB 2.0,Backed by a 2-year limited warranty
Height0.27 Inches
Length0.69 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateNovember 2018
Size32 GB
Weight0.015 Pounds
Width0.5 Inches

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Found 57 comments on SanDisk Cruzer Fit CZ33 32GB USB 2.0 Low-Profile Flash Drive- SDCZ33-032G-B35:

u/AngryKae · 56 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

I have a 32GB usb like that and everyone is all like "is that a bluetooth receiver? It's a usb stick? Woah how big? WHAT, 32GB, How much was it? Huh, $20."

EDIT: Just thought I would leave a link to the USB, it is pretty good and has fast file speed transfer(sometimes 15mb\s)

EDIT2: Oh, and they are a total cunt to get out.

u/onsit · 8 pointsr/subaru

I originally did this install back in the day when these were first popping up and down, major credit goes to /u/zedix as I'm pretty sure he was the first one on Nasioc to start this whole trend for Subarus.

My first installation used a head unit that was tucked away behind everything. However the weak pre-amp, and the constant loss of settings (disconnecting battery), and lack on Steering Wheel controls really got annoying. So I set out on this Version 2 project.

*96svx.dc - David was an amazing resource with getting the required harnesses for an 08+, as my car came with a 24pin + 12pin adapter (premium nav) it was very hard to find 2 reverse harnesses that would make this install doable.**

  • 2012 Nexus 7 - 1st gen
  • Timur's USB ROM - in FI mode
  • Typical Apps...

  • Joycon CPJexr(CarPc Joycon Exr), converts steering wheel input into Keyboard strokes recognizable by the tablet. LINK
  • Rockford Fosgate PBR300X4 - 300watt amp with Molex input/output LINK
  • USB Dual 80mm Fans with protective grill - LINK
  • 3.5mm inline to RCA (dual channel) - LINK
  • Amazon USB hubs, cheap and easy to hack into - LINK
  • Monoprice USB Extension Cables - LINK
  • SanDisk Cruzer Fit 32GB - Stores Music - LINK
  • Monoprice Micro USB OTG Adapter - LINK
  • USB Y-Power adapter
  • JDM 2-tone AV panel
  • 12v to 5v DC/DC converters (You will need a couple of these, as they are from China they might be DoA)
  • Other various adapters, and 14 ga wire for all of this to work..

    I created a double din sized Acrylic box from 1/4" sheets cut to size by a local shop... Here are the outer dimensions if you are interested in making a similar box to hold all of this.

  • [OD] - 4" x 7" x 5.75"
  • [x 1] - 4" x 7"
  • [x 2] - 6.5" x 5.5"
  • [x 2] - 4" x 5.5"

    Hardest part out of the whole install was coming up with the wiring scheme, as all of this is fed off of 12v ignition. The tablet needed to be able to charge, and the USB hub needed to receive power separate from the OTG y-splitter. I simply spliced into the cheap-o USB hubs and made my own DIY 5v USB hubs.

u/easycheessy · 8 pointsr/EDC

Incase anybody was wondering here is what I am carrying:

Speck Iphone case/wallet holds 4 cards + 1 bill.

32gb Sandisk USB Drive

Leatherman Style CS

u/GhettoKid · 7 pointsr/battlefield3

I use these. Fucking. Amazing. Sits almost flush and I have 40+ gigs (a 32gb and a 16gb). They would be PERFECT for your xbox as well, Buy 2 - $40 - extra 64 gb of HDD space. You put all your music in folders I just name the folder the CD or artist. I can then search by spelling. Technology is amazing.

u/something224 · 6 pointsr/ouya

Check this out on AMZN: SanDisk Cruzer Fit CZ33 32GB USB Flash Drive (SDCZ33-032G-B35)

u/McSqueeb · 6 pointsr/technology

I was in the market for a Chromebook a few months ago, but was holding off to see what came out in Q4. Then I saw the HP Stream and got excited, but it wasn't available in any local stores yet. (I didn't want to just order it online because I like to touch laptops before buying them.)

Then I saw the X205 at Best Buy last weekend, played with it for a bit, and snatched it up hella-fast. My wife has a Lenovo Yoga 2 and (minus the touchscreen) they are quite comparable.

Speakers on the X205 are super loud and sound great for the size of the laptop. Off to Windows is about 12-15sec. I bought one of those nano USB keys in 32GB to increase my storage of files too.

u/fortean · 5 pointsr/classic4chan

USB sticks are hardly protruding nowadays.

People love creating problems where there's none.

u/1new_username · 3 pointsr/Hyundai

I have this 32 gb drive:


It is formatted fat32, but I honestly don't know what the file allocation size is, whatever it is in the package.

I also have a 2013 sonata (mine is a se). Mine resumes where I left off, reads tons of files/folders. It does lose the random setting if you turn the car off, but I think that is the car, not the drive. The cd player loses random settings as well when you turn off the car.

Anyway, if you can spring for it, I'd just buy the drive I linked above, leave it formatted as is when you get it and call it a day. I like that drive because it is so small you can almost close that cover over the USB port back down so it doesn't look like you have anything in there at all.

u/liquidinsects · 3 pointsr/CarAV

The read speed doesn't really matter much. Most head units do have a limitation on size though and it's usually measured in some arcane unit like number of folders or files. You can usually find that in the specs section of the manual. Also, may I suggest this USB drive instead? I have one and it's so much nicer than having something big sticking out of your dash ready to be broken off.

u/ryokku · 3 pointsr/Surface

I've been using this in my truck for listening to MP3s. Sits snug and out of the way. A quick google search turned up this guy.

u/PaintDrinkingPete · 3 pointsr/chromeos

I have one of these, which seems to work quite well...

Doesn't stick out very far at all and can be kept in pretty much all the time. Of course, a drawback is that it uses one of your USB ports, which you may need for other purposes.

u/flying_elephant_ · 3 pointsr/chromeos

You might want to consider one of the low profile usb sticks. They are about the size of a wireless mouse receiver, so you could probably get by with leaving it plugged in all the time.

Something like this,

SanDisk Cruzer Fit CZ33 32GB USB 2.0 Low-Profile Flash Drive- SDCZ33-032G-B35 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00812F7O8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_BWY5xb0Z56JSE

u/hardwarequestions · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

I'm planning on using one of these... http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00812F7O8/ref=mp_s_a_1?qid=1348404036&sr=8-2 ...with a cable like the one linked above. Because of that, I'm also thinking of going for just the 8 GB model. Can't decide...

u/muirthemne · 2 pointsr/GPDPocket

I saw your other comment about chargers, and I have found it IS a little finicky there, with not all chargers working properly, or sometimes not getting enough voltage. Here are the other accessories I bought for it that have been compatible:

USB-C car charger

Anker power brick

flexible USB-C cable

tiny flash drive

u/ocram101 · 2 pointsr/PlaystationClassic

I hate having the USB sticking out of the console all the time as well. I ended up buying one of these. It is very small and hard to notice. It almost looks like an empty controller port.

u/ErisianRationalist · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

I don't know about movies but I'm at around 400 comic books (maybe more) 50 books and 20 or so text books plus 2-3 gigs of music and I've just about hit my limit.

I'm gonna buy another one of these to sit in my USBOTG http://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-Cruzer-Fit-32GB-SDCZ33-032G-B35/dp/B00812F7O8

I already have a 16gb and love it.

u/NecroFriedChicken · 2 pointsr/cordcutters

I would recommend using this OTA DVR between your Cable box and tv (or xbox one) and a USB stick or USB hard drive, Any type of USB storage is needed for the DVR function. (it can hold up to 2TB max per drive)

Once your cable is gone, you can attach an antenna to it and continue to use the DVR with your xbox one for Over the Air channels with the xbox one guide.

Or you can get something like This TV Tuner stick for your PC and connect your Cable box to it and record shows on to your PC.

u/Thyrias · 2 pointsr/civic


The best way, in my opinion, is to pick up an inexpensive and small USB thumb drive (as opposed to using a phone or ipod) and simply load it up with .wma or .mp3 files. Those are the only two I know for certain it will support.

The advantages to this method are that it is cheap, it minimizes wires and devices in the vehicle, and USB flash drives are extremely hardy devices that can be left in the car year round.

While the car is off plug in the flash drive. After the flash drive is inserted, turn the car on and keep pressing the Source button on the steering wheel until the USB icon is shown on the iMID. The music should begin playing automatically.

The following is primarily intended towards vehicles equipped with the factory navigation & premium audio system and requires a fundamental understanding of Windows/Mac/Linux:
You can organize the folders, subfolders and the songs in the folders however you like, but the directory sorting on the Civic's audio system can be a bit unusual.
For example, if you put 3 files or folders on the drive named B, C and D and plug it into the Civic they will show up as B, C, and D in that order. However, if you later add a file or folder on the flash drive named A and plug it back into the Civic, you will see the files/folders sorted as B, C, D, A. This becomes problematic when you have a few hundred songs or folders and want a specific track. There is a program you can download to rewrite the directory structure on the flash drive and have them be re-sorted alphabetically but its far easier to simply put them on the Flash drive in alphabetical order in the first place. If you mass copy several hundred folders from your PC/Mac to the Flash drive it should, by default, copy them in alphabetical order preventing you from having to manually copy it all over and still have the nav screen sort the folders and/or tracks alphabetically.

u/SirNarwhal · 2 pointsr/pics

Ok, since there seems to be interest in doing this on your own so I'll give a quick run down.

  • Find a blind boxed vinyl toy of your liking that has a head that is moveable and is (obviously) wider than a USB stick. For this, I'd highly recommend Kidrobot's Dunny figures or other licensed ones such as their Futurama, Street Fighter, Simpsons, or South Park lines as they meet all of these requirements.

  • Now that you have your toy picked out, you're going to need a USB stick. Since most of these figures are 3 inches tall, you're going to want one of those smaller sticks where it's about 1.5-2 inches total and you're also going to want a USB stick that comes in the traditional two-part way where there's a cover over the USB port that's a separate piece. Most USB sticks fit this criteria in this day and age, and considering how cheap USB sticks are, it's easy to buy a new one if your existing one is too big.

  • Now for the fun parts! Take your vinyl toy and take either a heat gun (if you have one; they're pretty rare) or a hair dryer and heat up your toy until it becomes soft and malleable. Keep heating until you're able to literally just pop the head off of the figure.

  • Take an X-Acto knife and cut the connection between the body and head out on both the body and the head so that now you have access to the hollow insides of the body and head.

  • Take your USB stick and put the USB port side inside the body in the same way that the male connector was coming out of the top. Put the part that covers the USB port inside of the head.

  • There's now a few options to keep everything in place. You can either fill the insides with some sort of liquid putty that dries hard, you could take paper or something similar and stuff the insides to keep the USB parts in place and then glue everything together (this is most certainly the most ghetto method), or what would work best, is to get some Super Sculpey (super cheap and available at your local craft store) and just connect from the USB parts to where the edges of the holes you cut are. If you go the Sculpey route, finish it off by using a heat gun on it again and it will cast the material so that it hardens.

    And there you go! For much less money you can have your own unique vinyl toy that doubles as a USB drive!

    Edit: I forgot to mention a few things. Other figures can also easily be used as your base. I'd highly recommend Super7 and other similar soft vinyl companies like Gargamel and Chiba Group for more unique designs for your base. Also, if you're into anime/games at all, you can easily use a full sized Nendoroid, but the process would be a little different as you'd be cutting non-hollow hard plastic instead, but the process would be much easier as you could simply glue the USB parts in. I also found a USB stick that meets all of the criteria for this that is quite cheap as well in SanDisk's Cruzer Fit series. But go crazy people, the possibilities are endless!
u/bakageta · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I think something like this would work perfect for that. I think I may have a new project, I've got a 16gb and a 32gb laying around.

u/hbdgas · 2 pointsr/CarAV

Ah, gotcha. Personally, I would go with something like this in the front, then snake/extend the rear cable to somewhere more convenient for the phone.

u/BadVoices · 2 pointsr/homelab

Transcend and PNY used to make them, called Internal USB Flash Module. Model fro the transcend was UFM-H. They are really too small to use these days, and expensive.


Is a cheaper, better replacement (specifically, those cruzer fits are known to be very good.)

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/EDC
u/MalfeasantMarmot · 2 pointsr/vmware

You can get a low profile one if you're concerned about it sticking out. Sandisk makes a couple. I use this one. It doesn't need to be usb 3.

u/GuardiansBeer · 2 pointsr/teslamotors

Based on the feedback so far, I'm leaning toward the Sandisk Ultra Fit.

In order of importance, my decision factors...

  • The small form factor will reduce the chance of me hitting it accidentally and possibly breaking the port.

  • It is fairly cheap at $19 for 64GB version. This allows me to store at least 1 day of video and reduce the number of re-writes.

  • The write-speed is not a factor, but USB 3.0 should be more future proof if Tesla changes the system, or if i re-purpose the drive to another task. If you want the older version with 2.0, it is even less expensive.

  • Endurance doesn't seem to be a popular concern, so ignoring it for now. I am slightly concerned with operating temperature [32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C)] and storage temp [14°F to 158°F (-10°C to 70°C)], but we'll see how it goes this winter. Those more further north than me can report in if they have success or failure.

  • I also ignored the WiFi capability because if i need to unplug the device, there is no reason to use it. I'm still curious if SD based cards like the Toshiba Flash Air W-04 would have a different behavior. I bought one for my digital camera, so i'll give it a try in the Tesla too. The cost is significantly higher, but if i can access dash cam videos from my cell phone and before getting home and without unplugging, that would be a big plus. (also need to find the right SD to USB adapter.)

    Thanks for helping me think it out.
u/hkibad · 2 pointsr/teslamotors

I use this splitter and this flash drive. Just plug the splitter into the car, your phone into one side, and the flash drive into the other.

You can also partition the flash drive so that you can record off the Teslacam and play music at the same time, while charging your phone, all from 1 USB port.

Once I get the Jeda pad, I'm going to plug one of the chargers into the cigarette lighter, so then I won't need the splitter.

E: You could remove one of the ports, plug the splitter into it, and replace with one of the splits, with the other split hidden behind with the drive installed.

u/r3mus3 · 2 pointsr/paracord

Can you make the end a USB drive? the really small ones.

edit: Like this

u/ill_take_the_case · 2 pointsr/wiiu

Nintendoland sells for $25 on Amazon right now... so it seems if it is worth it to have 24GB more of onboard storage or not for $38. I would almost rather get a small flash drive like this that you can just keep plugged in:

u/richardjc · 2 pointsr/wiiu

Like others have said OP, You can use a cheap USB drive instead. I use this one and you can barely tell it's there. The Wii Us ports are only USB 2.0 just FYI. SanDisk Cruzer Fit CZ33 32GB USB 2.0 Low-Profile Flash Drive- SDCZ33-032G-B35 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00812F7O8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_vvddAbC6F561V

u/GroceryBagHead · 2 pointsr/DataHoarder

Unraid OS runs off USB key like this one . All hard drives are for data only.

Take a look at their site for details, but basically you can mix and match your drives. So you can have 8TB + 6 + 2 + 1 + 320GB drives if you want. Eventually you can toss smaller drives for bigger and grow total space you have available. It's a very simple process. Once again Unraid has a pretty good wiki on how to do all that. I want to mention that each drive has it's own filesystem and all files are always intact (no striping), so technically you can yank a drive and put it in enclosure to move/recover files.

Your parity drive needs to be as large as the largest one in the array and it's the one that provides data loss protection if one of the drives shits the bed. Parity drive is optional, but you really should provision one drive for that.

Your parts look fine. I haven't heard of Avexir RAM brand before, but RAM is RAM as long as it works. Don't bother with CPU cooler. Pretty sure that i3 comes with stock cooler, stick with that, it's fine. You can always get that SSD later, it's not required.

You only need SSD (or just a dedicated drive in general) if you want cache drive and/or want to have docker containers for things like torrent client, plex, etc. It's a pretty nifty system. It's optional too. I didn't have SSD for a couple of months until I got sata expansion card to get more SATA ports. Speaking of which, your mobo only has 6 SATA ports, so you might need to get one too if you fill case with drives and want cache drive too.

u/Redditron-2000-4 · 1 pointr/prius

I did in a previous car, but now I have entune in my Prius C 3, so I have my phone plugged in to the USB to charge and stream pandora.

If you want to go USB route it works great, and I recommend the tiny Sandisk Cruzer Fit, they barely stick out an have been very reliable for me.


u/MuncaJames · 1 pointr/linux

I usually create a USB stick with Linux Live USB Creator (http://www.linuxliveusb.com/). I download the ISO for Linux Mint 15 with the Cinnamon Desktop (http://www.linuxmint.com/download.php). I use a 32 Gig Sandisk Cruzer Fit (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00812F7O8/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER). It's only $20.49 on Amazon. I create the normal 4 gig persistence file using the Linux Live Creator, but then follow these instructions to utilize the full 32 gigs for persistence (http://www.pendrivelinux.com/create-a-larger-than-4gb-casper-partition/). The instructions are for Ubuntu, but Linux Mint is Ubuntu based, so it works fine. After than, I install any apps I use like Chrome, etc. I have run into problems before doing updates to applications. As long as you don't do updates to your apps via the software center, you should be fine. You shouldn't run updates in persistence mode. The risk (of corrupting your drive) isn't worth the reward usually. Good luck!

u/Yardsale · 1 pointr/EDC

For anyone that just wants to get them all together off Amazon, here's the links. I doubt anyone is buying a 3k watch off Amazon :)

iPhone 5 Element Case

Paul Smith leather billfold

32GB keychain flash drive

Fisher space pen

Field Notes

Fenix L1P flashlight

Omega Seamaster watch

u/Sata-Man · 1 pointr/freenas

Following up here a few hours later - I installed FreeNAS on another USB stick (same brand and size as previous) and ran Rufus to make the USB drive non-bootable. It completed making the drive non-bootable and now I plug the USB drive back in to use it and it's also dead and not detected by device manager.

Another data point - I used Rufus to install FreeNAS on a 3rd USB stick (old 4GB junk drive, unknown brand) and successfully made it non-bootable again using Rufus and I am able to use it again.

This is leading me to believe that it was an issue with the USB drives themselves.

For anyone who comes across this thread in the future, these are the USB drives I have and are no longer recognized by Windows, so I'd recommend staying away from them. I already have 2 more USB drives on their way, which are from a more reputable brand.

u/FryDay444 · 1 pointr/freenas

Are you sure there isn't something else going on with your system? I've used one of these for 3 years now with 0 issues.

u/borlandoflorida · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

It was this one from Amazon.

u/stakoverflo · 1 pointr/350z

I definitely love the bluetooth features for music. Driving an '03, of course this wasn't an option but when I replaced the deck with an aftermarket one I absolutely love the option of bluetooth / USB drive / AUX port.

I bought this tiny flash drive that's smaller than my thumb nail and play off that primarily.

u/HerbWaffle · 1 pointr/gaming

I bought this one awhile ago and it's working great.

u/That_Deaf_Guy · 1 pointr/EDC

It's quite small and I like it. Here's the 32GB. If you want to go even smaller, here's a 32GB and you can buy this strap to go with it. Hope this helps!

u/scarface910 · 1 pointr/WTF

Flash drives are flash memory, meaning they dont use a spinning disc drive like harddrives do. Why it has a less chance of failing is because if you were to drop a flash drive, vs a harddrive, the flash drive will win.

I remember dropping my 500gb portable harddrive just 2 feet from the ground, after that I found out that I just bought a 100 dollar brick/paperweight.

Thats why you hear people buying Solid state drives(bigger versions of flash memory) to partition their Operating systems to it, so that if the regular harddrives were to fail, they would still have an operating computer.

You can drop 20 bucks on a 32gb flash drive if you wish

EDIT: Heres a free option: Dropbox

Dropbox is "cloud" storage, meaning anything you put in dropbox can be accessed from any computer you log into. Its very similar to emails, as all your emails is on cloud storage, dropbox can be used as a direct storage device that can be used from any device(smartphone, home computer, work computer, etc.) They have a 2gb version you can sign up for, and its completely free. And seeing that you have pictures, it should take a while before you fill up that 2gb of space.

u/thumb_wrestle_my_dog · 1 pointr/4Runner

Using a 32GB Sandisk micro-cruzer drive with no issues.
Switched to a 128GB micro cruzer drive, works fine.
I did not experience what you are describing, but I also only have about 40GB of music on there, the drive was not full.

Looks like they do not offer the 128GB version any longer: https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Cruzer-Low-Profile-Drive-SDCZ33-032G-B35/dp/B00812F7O8/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1505225837

EDIT: found it: https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Ultra-128GB-Flash-SDCZ43-128G-G46/dp/B00YFI1EBC

u/spigatwork · 1 pointr/freenas

It is really easy to set up in 9.3. I think it was only implemented after they moved boot to ZFS.

I just bought another of the really small USB sticks and stuck one on the back and the other inside. You could buy one of those internal USB header adapters if you wanted to keep them both inside and had extra internal USB header.

u/zgh5002 · 1 pointr/apple

Buy one or two of these to use when you're away from your home and then transfer the photos to a larger external at home.

u/Dr_Plant · 1 pointr/gaming

Or use an external hard drive... might be easier and be more useful in the long run.

Just checked Amazon and there is a 32gb flash drive for $21.24 (down from $44.99) or get an 500gb external hard drive for $50 (down from $70). If I was you, I'd just get an external hard drive, but it's your choice

500gb external hard drive:

32gb flash drive:

u/wuuza · 1 pointr/mazda

Just get a tiny one like this. Even though mine 6's USB ports are in the armrest, they face up so something small is still nice. A bigger stick would jut upwards and could be inadvertently bonked reaching in for something.

u/dfhaan · 1 pointr/Music

get yourself one of these. They are too small/light to move once plugged in. Any brand will work (I like Samsung or Sandisk), as long as you get that form factor.

I live down a 3 mile long unpaved road and had the exact same problem you speak of until I went out and bought a tiny USB drive. Havent heard a jitter or a skip in months.

Protip: My Kenwood stereo says it only supports 32GB drives, but it's using a 128GB perfectly right now - you just have to format the drive as Fat32.

u/AltMagOnline · 1 pointr/PlaystationClassic

Yeah the Rii F1 Micro is perfect, it's better spending a little bit more to get a decent quality OTG cable IMO (the cheap angled adapters look worrying).

I also just bought this 32gb USB flash drive for my sister (I have the 64gb version): https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cruzer-Fit-Flash-Drive-SDCZ33-064G-B35/dp/B00812F7O8/ (needs to be the 2018 edition).

With that USB flash drive I could hack from the 2nd front port, before moving to the back with OTG.