Created by product designer Kurt Rampton, the thumb drives are housed in recycled paper pulp and recycled plastic. In fact, the first prototypes were concocted in a kitchen blender, where Kurt pulverized paper and water together to mold the packaging. Perforated for easy release, these little drives hold big caches of music, movies, and power point presentations. Each tab can be labeled with a Sharpie and has a COB (chip on board) flash stick, which is much more rugged than traditional USB memory. Waterproof and shockproof, they don't even need a cap for protection.
In 8 and 16 GB sizes, CustomUSB offers inexpensive flash drives and a fast way to take your files with you anytime, anywhere.