Lego Style Silicone Rubber Memory Card Case

Posted: Jan 24 2006, 7:47am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:04pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Lego Style Silicone Rubber Memory Card Case
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Hong Kong based Best Rubber Product Ltd. sent us just word about their new silicone rubber SD and Sony Memory stick keychain cases. Because they are kind of neat, I decided to report about them.

The rubber cases are shaped like Lego bricks and can also be stacked together to store several SD cards or Memory sticks.
These cases are still prototypes. Best Rubber Product Ltd. is looking for customers/distributors for them. About Best Rubber Limited:

Best Rubber Product Limited, Best Technology Industry Limited, Hung Cheong Industrial Company, and Oracle Company are sister companies based in Hong Kong SAR. The group of companies is market leaders in their respective sectors, providing a broad range of high-quality manufacturing options to the electronics and gifts & premium industries. The manufacturing facilities, which cover an area of 12,000m2 in China, are ISO 9001:2000-certified.
All their silicone rubber based products are made from premium silicone rubber. They are RoHS Directives compliant and FDA / LMBG / DGCCRF approved.
More details on the Best Rubber corporate site.

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