• USB Safety Pin
  • Posted 29 months ago by staff · Art & Design · 8666 Views
  • Russian design company Artemy Lebedev Studio are developing a tiny 4GB USB flash drive designed like a regular safety pin, allowing you to pin it to your clothing and keep it safe and easily accessible wherever you are. The device, named Bulavkus, is not yet available, but we can't see any reason why this won't be hitting the market soon.

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    • Sorry to be negative, but couldnt you just put it in that pocket?
    • Greywizard Posted 29 months ago · 7 Reply
    • Make it available for ?15 and I'll lap em up
    • Ryan Posted 29 months ago · -1 Reply
    • Meh... what is the point
    • Noob Posted 29 months ago · 15 Reply
    • Really? I can see several reasons it wouldn't: almost certainly overpriced, usb flash drive market saturated, declining need for flash drives with rise of cloud services, product is unusable when pinned to clothes, easy to leave behind, and last: who the hell wants to display their flash drive on their clothes like a brooch?
    • aaron poehler Posted 29 months ago · 19 Reply
    • nice idea, but in reality this shit would just go in the washing machine
    • ooooh Posted 29 months ago · -6 Reply
    • @aaron poehler Novelty factor alone would sell thousands. Imagine them in touristy/gifty shops.
    • RR Posted 29 months ago · 14 Reply
    • Oh please! Maybe is just me that am a design liver but this is a very cool and functional idea. 1st yes I use a lot of cloud services but still need a USB drive many times (and when I say many, I'm not over reacting), 2nd I'm always loosing my USB drives because of being so smal. I'll buy this one for sure at least I know it's attached to something, reduces the search options!
    • LAIWONDERLAND Posted 29 months ago · -3 Reply
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