7 Unique and Limited Edition USB Drives

I like stuff that is not mass fabricated. Considering that thousands, even millions of people have the same phone, shoes, computer, etc. that I have, I like owning stuff almost no one has. With this thought in mind I searched for USB drives that are not mass fabricated and are truly unique in their design. They might be pricey but they sure look a lot better then your old boring standard USB stick.

DeLorean USB Hard Drive

For $250 this 500GB Seagate USB harddrive is yours.

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Steampunk USB Flash Drive

A steampunk 8GB USB drive made out of brass, copper, glass, and antique watch parts. $225 for this unique, handmade USB stick.

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Transfomers USB Drive

2GB USB stick, $44.99 for it and currently sold out.

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Mechanical Memory Key

The key is made out of purple heart & has approximately 26 Ruby’s which look great when the key catches the light, & when the Keys plugged into a USB, it glows green from underneath the gears giving the key a good sense of movement.

Sadly this drive was sold last year and the maker doesn’t has any for sale currently

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USB Flash Memory Drive in an original LEGO 2×2 Brick

One of my favorite on the list. This USB drive is built in a original Lego brick. You can order any color you want plus get some extras to like a key chain for it. This small stick contains 16GB and sells for $129,95.

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Limited Canon miniature EOS 5D Mark II 4GB USB Drive

Currently going for $122 on eBay.

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Black Ops Limited Edition 1GB Dog Tag USB memory stick.

Only available with Call of Duty Black Ops Stealth Gaming Mouse for $91.05.

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