Swiss Army Knife With USB Flash Drive

Posted: May 25 2004, 3:09pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:59am CDT, in Shopping Tips


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Swiss Army Knife with USB Flash Drive

The Swiss Army USB Knife is now available for $64.99 at ThinkGeek.

We reported about the Swiss Army USB Knife in March where it was presented at the CeBit in Hannover.

ThinkGeek offers the regular an the travel version. The travel version of the Swiss Memory USB Knife is suitable for carrying through airport security, because it only has the USB memory, LED and ballpoint pen. No knife and scissors. Funny enough the travel version costs a couple dollars more.

Buy the Swiss Army USB Knife at for $64.99.

Swiss USB Knife Specifications:

  • The ultimate geek multi-tool
  • USB storage in a beautiful Swiss Army knife design
  • Integrated 64MB Flash Drive (detachable)
  • Includes: Red LED light, ballpoint pen, knife, scissors, file with screwdriver, keyring
  • USB powered, no external power supply required
  • LED blinks to indicate read/write activity
  • Works with Windows 98/SE/2000/ME/XP, MAC OS 9.x or above, Linux 2.4 or above
  • Legendary Swiss Army quality construction and materials
  • Also available: Swiss Memory USB Travel Version
  • Comes with USB cable (1 meter length)
  • Size: 2.4" length x .75" wide x .6" height
  • Weight: 1.2 oz (33 g)

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