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Australia's Favourite Promotional Flash Drives

Updated: Aug 31, 2023

The beauty of technology is that it keeps on changing and evolving for better. Just when we had come to understand the use and need of USBs fully, the cloud and other wireless storage systems came in at full force. The good news though, is that promotional flash drives are still in use, and they are not going to be phased out anytime soon. For the hardworking Aussie, having a USB flash drive is a sure way of backing up and sharing important files in the long run. Here is a look at some of Australia’s favourite promotional USB styles in no particular order:


Swivel Flash Drives

Available in various sizes ranging from as little as 512MB to as big as 64GB (and higher on request!), these classic promotional USBs are here to stay. Manufactured out of high-quality metal and plastic metal, this swivel USB is a perfect fusion of light and strong. Owners of these drives can hang them around the neck or keep them close by attaching the stick part to their keys.

Full-Colour Credit Card Flash Drives

Just when you thought that creativity had finally reached the climax, here comes the perfectly disguised flash drives. Reaching out to the elite market has never been easier. Made to resemble an ordinary credit card, these full-colour flash drives are an excellent marketing strategy. Since they are the size of a credit card, they can easily fit into purses and wallets.

Branded Rectangular Wood USBs

Subtle but unique this USB is extremely popular with photographers and eco-friendly organisations. Available in 3 earthy wooden shades, this USB is made to fit right in with nature. It is an excellent accessory of choice for environmental projects, drives, and initiatives.

There are a whole lot more USB styles to select from. The variety caters to the expansive industry in Australia. You have the liberty to select your desired style and colour; we will customise it to suit your requirements. Contact our sales team for more information.


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