Came quickly. Looks good (if you like plane black -- I do). Works as expected on my CCL Computer (under both Windows 10 Pro and Ubuntu Linux MATE -- I dual boot, and both are encrypted).
Build quality of product is OK but I have a different one that feels a lot more solid. If you were to have several of these Kingston DataTraveler100, you would need to find a way to label them. There is no provision for labelling them. You would have to create a label, and stick it on, or use some paint. They do have a number that could be a serial number but it is too small for easy identification.
I "burnt" the MX-Linux 9.2 KDE iso onto one of these, and it boots up OK.
I created a Windows 10 Pro "Rescue disk" with another one. That boots up too. However, they do not boot on two very old laptops that I have. I put this down to those needing an earlier version of the USB standard. These Kingston DataTraveler100 are USB 3.1/3.0/2.0