DIY: Wallet With USB Pocket
Not everyone keeps their flash drive on a key-chain or in their pocket.Â For many, using a ultra slim USB flashdrive and sticking it into your wallet is your form of portability.Â For those who do this, read on for a good DIY to insure the stick doesn’t get lost.
First off, if you are using something like the Kingmax Super Stick, the drive is so small you’re more likely to lose it pulling keys out of your pocket then forgetting in the computer USB port.Â For this reason, the USB wallet is a DIY project to stitch the drive into your wallet.
In addition, this method of storing your drive will provide extra protection from the slim stick getting damaged.
In short, you’re going to use the lanyard loop of the stick and some thread to stitch it a piece of Velcro which is then put into the wallet.Â This design allows the drive to be some-what permanent, yet you can pull it out completely when needed.
For the complete tutorial, please visit the Instructables page.
- tiny USB flash drive
- piece of Velcro
- thread, needle and a thimble
Tags: diy, usb, wallet
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