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Using trees for USB sticks

Ever been standing at the bus stop and thought to yourself: “My word, what I would give to have a wooden USB stick for my every day data storage and memory requirements,”?

Well brothers and sisters, now you can.

Paul from Flashsticks.co.uk (that’s flashsticks.co.uk) makes and sells them from wood grown near his house.

If you’ve ever been caught short without a data stick, you’ll know how annoying it is. Now you can have a real stick on the end of it.

Paul is taking orders for Christmas – we wonder if they’ll be called…(wait for it)… Christmas USB logs.

2 Comments

  • danielle
    Posted November 12, 2008 at 4:37 pm

    this usb needs a good trim…

  • Will Plummer
    Posted November 11, 2008 at 11:47 am

    I bought 20 of these at the start of summer 2008 for our employees to use and they have been fantastic. All 20 are still working without fault, the guys love them and they always get a few positive comments when you run a presentation from them during a meeting … very happy!

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