This Instructable came about from such annoyance..
I usually have USB Flash Drives, a Micro-SDHC card reader and several different micro SD's that have various bootable linux/PE/ tools on them.
Why not have em in one clean package??
*Please feel free to comment!
Step 1: Find a Container!
you can find something like this at most pharmacies or even large grocery stores.
Make sure the length looks OK for the drives.
Step 2: Choose Your Weapons....
16GB PNY Attache
and for giggles, a Sony 1GB
Step 3: It's Time to Strip Baby!
In most cases where the drive case is sealed, I use a thin blade such as the one found in my Swiss Army wallet card.
I slide the blade into the end with the USB plug between the metal and the plastic and a twist of the blade usually does it, you may have to do from both sides of the connector.
Step 5: Check Your Fit!
Step 6: Protect Your Bits!
I used an old can of PLASTIDIP to slather the rubber onto the bare USB drives.
IDEALLY, with a new can or even a spray, you will have better results, AND remember, this stuff will peel off in case you ever change your mind.
I did this to protect them from banging together and ESD/handling.
Make sure you either avoid covering the LED lights or know where they are so you can "excavate" them later.
Put em all back in the container, screw the lid on, and be about your business!