The Pedaltothemetal™ USB Drive
Durable aluminum with a rugged rubberized coating add style and strength to this flash drive. There's no secret why this is one of our most popular drives. Throw on a keychain and you're ready to drive out the competition. Available in silver, red, purple, blue, and custom colors on request.
The Pedaltothemetal™ Flash Drive Specifications
Sizes: 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB
Standard Colors: Black, White, Red, Blue, Purple
Imprint size: Front: 45mmx 13.5mm Back: 24.5mm x 13.5mm
1-3 color silk screen/ laser etch: included 4 color silk screen, full color process 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 Pedaltothemetal flash drive.
The TightAsAMegabyte provides a cozy home for your custom flash drive. This compact translucent plastic case lets you safely and easily transport and distribute your flash drives.
The KeyRing is like the StringRing but with a few more cool-looking metallic attachments. It's great for easily hooking on and taking off.
Creative Ways to Use Bulk Flash DrivesFlash Drives
Put the pedal to the metal and take on the world! This flash drive offers sensible but classy design with plenty of options to customize for your company. Order it in any color and imprint your logo for a personal touch.
Consider This Scenario
Many students have found the convenience of taking an online or distance learning class rather beneficial. However, for some students, internet access is sometimes slow or limited. For example, soldiers fighting in Afghanistan are eligible to work on their college degrees via online courses. However, many have found that their online connection is often limited, making meeting deadlines a difficult task. However, flash drives can allow for a distance learning course to be preloaded complete with notes, lectures, spreadsheets, and assignments.
The student could work on their homework any time a computer is available, without having to depend on internet access. Later, when internet access is detected, the student can turn in their completed assignments. Rather than a CD that could malfunction and is not rewritable, the easily transportable flash drive can better withstand the elements. Colleges like Thomas Edison State University have recently incorporated flash drive versions of distance learning courses into their curriculum to better serve their students with limited internet access.