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Men’s Crystal Encrusted Bracelet Hides a Flash Drive

by Shane McGlaun
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A lot of people are wearing the stretchy rubber bracelets to identify their support for a various causes these days. Swarovski has a new bracelet uses that appears to be the same stretchy material, but adorned with black crystals and a stainless steel case that conceals a hidden flash drive.

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The bracelet is made from black rubber and has 10 jet hematite crystals on the stainless steel centerpiece. There are some details on this will bracelet that are left the imagination, though. Notably there’s no photograph of exactly how you access the flash drive.¬†We can assume that the stainless steel midsection somehow opens to reveal the usb connector.

What we do know is that the flash drive has just 16 GB of storage. The bracelet is available now for $175(USD) making it one of the more expensive flash drives are likely to find.

[via EverythingUSB]




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