Step 1: Get Your Erasers and Flash Drive
The flash drive I got at an office supply store. I got a 1 gig since I barely ever use that much as I use flash drives for moving small files around. I don't need anything bigger for now. This is also pretty cheap.
Bonus points for the pink cap on it. It was like this flash drive wanted to be in an eraser from the beginning.
Step 2: Cut the Erasers
Step 3: Free Up the Flash Drive
Once it's open you can behold just how tiny the real flash drive is.
Step 4: Hollow Out the Pieces
Step 5: Put It All Together and Start Putting Some Files on It
Step 6: Watch It Get Copied
Sure, you could buy one for $18, but why would you want to? Here are a few reasons not to be a sucker and just make it yourself:
- The case is plastic which means that it doesn't look or feel right at all.
- You only get 1GB for $18. You can get 4GB for under $13.
- The case says Dane-Elec on it