People sure do love to take a USB flash drive and turn it into just about anything they can think of. The Bulavkus USB Flash Drive being a perfect example.
The Bulavkus was designed by Moscow-based Art Lebedev Studio and is simply a USB flash drive that doubles as a safety pin. Perfect for those times when you’re going to be using the drive often and on-the-go. There’s no need to search around in your pockets, or underneath all the other junk in your bags.
Of course the drive may also come in handy if you ever find yourself with a broken zipper on your pants.
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