Several months ago, I bought a Lexar JumpDrive FireFly USB flash drive. I have several flash drives, but I really gravitated to this one. It became my go-to flash drive for storing my Web tools, personal writings, and music. I loved the way the drive clicked into its cover, snug and tight. Little did I know how valuable that cover would prove to be.
I came home last week, and picked my JumpDrive FireFly up off the desk. As I took it from its cover, my wife said, "I'm so sorry. When I got your pants out of the dryer, that flash drive fell out."
I was silent for a moment, letting her words process. "If this was in my pants, and my pants were in the dryer...that means they went through the washer first. Am I right?" Her head nodded in painful admission.
Without saying a word, I leaned down and plugged my JumpDrive FireFly into the USB port. The light lit up and a window opened asking me what I wanted to do. I opened it with Windows Explorer (as is my usual practice) and ALL MY DATA was accessible -- unscathed and undamaged.
Bravo, Lexar! What a WONDERFUL little flash drive. You've won me, and I'll be buying more JumpDrive FireFly flash drives because I don't believe anybody else's flash drive cover would have kept the water out.