The I.D. Drive™ Lanyard USB Drive
Drive InfoBored with your old I.D. card holder? Throw the I.D. Drive over your neck! This drive works great for schools and tradeshows. Available in orange and red. This drive comes with the KeyRing, but the StringRing can be purchased separately.
The I.D. Drive™ Flash Drive Specifications
Material: Cloth and Hard Plastic
Sizes: 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB
Standard Colors: Red, Blue, Black, White, Exact color matching available
Imprint size: Lanyard: 16mm x 70 mm, Clip: 19mmx 19mm
1-3 color silk screen: included 4 color silk screen available
Shipping & Packaging
Ship Weight: approx. 4.5 lbs per 100 Packaging: Plastic Sleeve or White Paper Box
These are some suggested accessories to enhance the I.D. Drive.
Looking for a flash drive pouch that's fit for royalty? Look no further than the ExquisiteSatin Pouch. Available in vivid merlot, brilliant gold and select other colors.
Everything's Better in Velour
This stylish velvet pouch can hold any one of our flash drives. Available in rich chocolate, classic black, and power red.
Creative Ways to Use Bulk Flash DrivesFlash Drives
I.D., please? Check out that I.D.!
Hands down, the I.D. Drive is the ideal flash drive for a conference or school setting. Hang it around your neck, twirl it from your fingers, string it from your ear--the possibilities are endless. Not to mention you can imprint text and/or a logo on the lanyard to show off your brand. We're all about customization, and this drive is definitely no exception.
Give your employees an extra-special feeling of corporate identity. Give your representatives a bit of bling. Give yourself an extra measure of protection from losing your flash drive. You can't go wrong with the I.D. Drive.
Consider This Scenario
Emergency Medical Technicians and paramedics often face life and death situations on a daily basis that require immediate responses based on quick thinking. They must quickly determine what type of medication or treatment to administer. Often times, paramedics and EMTs are not aware of the patient’s medical history and preexisting conditions.
However, if patients have a flash drive filled with their medical history, conditions, and medications, the EMT can quickly insert it into their laptop and make a more informed medical decision. They can even document what treatment or medication they administered. Upon arriving at the hospital, they can hand the flash drive over to the emergency room doctor, who will also benefit from the flash drive filled with pertinent information. Because medical decisions can mean the difference between life and death, having enough information to make an informed decision can be a huge benefit to the patient’s health.