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USB Flash Drive Heroes

Very flash drives, indeed

USB Flash Drive Heroes

Very flash drives, indeed

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  • Choose from three fantastical characters
  • Flash drive stays protected, Pez dispenser style
  • 8GB of serious storage capacity
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description

The USB Flash Drive Heroes are some very flash drives indeed. Disguised as some of your favourite fantastical characters, select from a Mummy, an Alien or a Ninja.

Packing some serious storage capacity, each 8GB flash drive is fashioned from tactile, water resistant silicone. And although we don’t recommend chucking yours in the bath, a few raindrops shouldn’t do any harm. They can even be attached to keyrings, handbags and…er, nose rings.

Unlike many novelty USB sticks, you won’t lose the protective cap of your flash little friend and the techy section is always protected, Pez dispenser style. Popping things in your port has never been so entertaining!

more info

Dimensions:
  • Approximately 2.3cm (W) x 4.3cm (H) x 2.2cm (D)
System requirements:
  • USB 2.0 / USB 1.1 compatible
  • Windows 98 / 98SE / Me / 2000 / XP / Vista
  • Mac OS 9.0 / 10.0 or later
  • Linux: Kernel 2.4 or later

Customer Reviews

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Can someone tell me what an 'oojamiflip' is? I'd like to add it to my vocabulary and need to know what this unbelievably awesome word means. Oojamiflip. :).
Jessica Savage, Cheltenham - 27th May 2011
Are they all waterproof? I have the Penguin one but don't want to run the risk of trying it out.
Pete Smith, Manchester - 5th April 2011
Firebox says: Unfortunately not Pete, the top half of each figure serves as a cover, but the seal isn't sufficient for waterproofing.
On the website of the makers of these cute little USB sticks I've seen a dragon version, just wondering if you stock them or if you could start selling them?
Sarah, West Yorkshire - 21st March 2011
Firebox says: Not at the moment Sarah, although our Buying team are always on the lookout.
OMG! I accidentally washed the ninja and dried it and didn't realise until I went to do my work and panicked! BUUUUT it had survived! All my work was safe and still usable! That's some serious waterproofing! :D best USB stick ever!
Liz, Liverpool - 13th March 2011
Bought the ninja and its totally awesome...but who the heck sticks magnets on a usb pen. Isn't that like dangerous to whatever your inserting the thing into.... Lucky enough I managed to squeeze them out... but still....
Jade, Middlesbrough - 14th February 2011
Got the Ninja one for Christmas off the folks. T'is a really good product and is so much better than a boring plastic oblong shaped 'normal' USB stick. I would recommend it to everyone!
Ben, Stoke-on-Trent - 27th December 2010