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32GB High-speed USB 3.0 small, ultra-low-profile flash drive for Tesla Model S - No Longer Available

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by Phil Gorski, Sep 26, 2014.

  1. Phil Gorski

    Phil Gorski Member

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    32GB High-speed USB 3.0 small, ultra-low-profile flash drive for Tesla Model S

    I figured since the Tesla Model S has 2 USB ports - why not get a Mini Thumb drive and load up all my favorite tunes. I got a bunch of these and decided to share the info with the group...

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    The Mini thumb drive is so small it won't stick out and get in the way and it practically unnoticeable
    FREE SHIPPING

    USB Flash Drive
    Supports lossless file formats for best quality
    Supports low-compression for better quality
    Always available
    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 3.0, Backed by a 2-year limited warranty

    This USB drive is NEW and has a capacity of 32GB

    How many songs with this 32GB drive hold?
    IT varies depending on: recording quality, length of song, etc. On average a 32GB can hold AROUND 5000 to 7000.
    You can hold more or less depending on the size of the songs but thats a safe range

    Shipping shown is for US only!
    Canadian & European buyers - email first for a shipping quote


    A 64GB version is also available for $25.95
    Email me if interested in 64gb version:
    [email protected]

    List Date: 9/27/2014

    For more info, click here to view the original listing: 32GB High-speed USB 3.0 small, ultra-low-profile flash drive for Tesla Model S
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  2. CHG-ON

    CHG-ON Still in love after all these miles

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    i don't appreciate ads in the guise of a post on this site.
     
  3. JPP

    JPP Active Member

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    Also available on Amazon, and in 64GB size too (same packaging).
     
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  5. brianman

    brianman Burrito Founder

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    I'm pretty sure this doesn't qualify as a "Tesla part". If it does, then a large percentage of amazon.com could be advertised here as the same.
     
  6. TexasEV

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    I reported this yesterday. Why is this post still here?
     
  7. Phil Gorski

    Phil Gorski Member

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    #7 Phil Gorski, Sep 27, 2014
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    Listed in "Classified"

    I listed this in the Classified section of the site - I did not create a post - if that was done it must be auto-generated. I also listed it under "Miscellaneous" not "Parts"
    So please don't assume that it's a "ads in the guise of a post" when you don't fully understand how the classified work.
    You know what they say when you ASSume...
     
  8. bonnie

    bonnie Oil is for sissies.

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    The post is still here because it is correctly in the 'for sale' section of the forum.

    Yes, it is advertising. All posts in this section of the forum are advertising. Is it a 'Tesla part'? Well, it's definitely not manufactured by Tesla, but we're not going to run interference on that. Overpriced? Not our mission here.

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    It doesn't take much to get sent over to snippiness.
     
  9. brianman

    brianman Burrito Founder

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    Ok, then a recommendation:

    Can we have another sub-forum for "other random crap that has no real relation to the cars produced by Tesla"? Also, how do I ignore just that sub-forum when reading through New Posts? /grumble
     
  10. TexasEV

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    I too read the forums by clicking "new posts" so that's why it seemed out of place. Didn't know classifieds showed up this way.
     
  11. dsm363

    dsm363 Roadster + Sig Model S

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    I guess ordering from Amazon would work too so not sure the point of selling it here either.
     
  12. wiztecy

    wiztecy Active Member

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    I agree, its a good idea to have non-Tesla specific sale section. It would would out better for the Site since TMC makes money to run the site by taking a commission from Pango. More things that sell on the site the better off the site will be in terms of keeping operating costs down. I also agree and would have a restriction on this section so it doesn't pop up on the "new posts" highlight.

    Still wish there was a "Roadster" sale item section, gets frustrating seeing "Wheels for your Tesla..." or "Tesla Carbon Fiber Spoiler for Sale..." all to find out after reading the post its for a Model-S which they don't even mention. EeeGads!
     
  13. brianman

    brianman Burrito Founder

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    +1 on splitting into Roadster/S/X[/M3] sub-forums.
     

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