October 21st, 2013

Gigs 2 Go is a paper-based flash drive. When you need to share files on the go, simply tear off a tab from the pack. Because each USB is inexpensive and made from renewable materials, you can feel comfortable leaving them behind.

The molded enclosure is made from 100% post-consumer recycled paper. Not only is it renewable, biodegradable, lightweight, and cheap, but it’s also durable enough to ensure that each tab should last for many uses.

  1. 3bduo8 reblogged this from baelor
  2. kondee2524 reblogged this from utilitarianthings and added:
    seen on rebloggy.com/design
  3. giltyplesher reblogged this from danie5evar
  4. seriouslyaswagger reblogged this from utilitarianthings
  5. the-seeker-of-truth reblogged this from gaytapper
  6. nabulos reblogged this from skateanddestroynyc420
  7. skateanddestroynyc420 reblogged this from aquanectar
  8. adorablycreepy90 reblogged this from daisycruiserz
  9. aquanectar reblogged this from utilitarianthings
  10. daisycruiserz reblogged this from utilitarianthings
  11. otakumon reblogged this from hisdudeness27
  12. uh-lane-nah reblogged this from utilitarianthings
  13. cocabelilight reblogged this from knatroka
  14. phantom-gal reblogged this from smokinconduit
  15. smokinconduit reblogged this from knatroka
  16. knatroka reblogged this from ambeer6
  17. ericdanielsom-lopez reblogged this from utilitarianthings
  18. obscenereference reblogged this from utilitarianthings
  19. 201622650 reblogged this from 20162265
Loading tweets...

@Utilitari

A blog featuring good, useful industrial and product design. All posts are linked through to their original source. Submit work here.

Networks