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Stab Your PC with a Butterfly Knife USB Drive

by Lambert Varias

USB ports will immediately surrender when you threaten them with Benchmade’s Bali-USB drive. Not only does it look like a balisong – aka butterfly knife – you can also flip and twirl it around, minus the risk of being stabbed.

balisong butterfly knife usb drive by benchmade

The drive is modeled after Benchmade’s 62 Bali-Song knife. Aside from the blade being swapped out, the USB drive is also made of plastic instead of steel, probably to make it cheaper. Here’s a demo video by YouTuber WHbluelife:

BladeOps is selling the 4GB model of the Bali-USB flash drive for the wallet-slashing price of $30 (USD).

[via DudeIWantThat]


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Comments (2):

  1. Would buy it if it was stainless steel, what’s with the plastic crap

  2. espo says:

    that’s really cool! i’m buying one! would you lower the price for me? i have a lot of children and finding money to feed them and stuff is frustrating.

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