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Spinacz – A Clothespin Repurposed As A USB Flash Drive

Spinacz – A Clothespin Repurposed As A USB Flash Drive

Spinacz USB Flash Drive (Images courtesy Poor Design)
By Andrew Liszewski

Just like Alexander the Great wept when he realized there were no more worlds to conquer, someday mankind is going to come to the startling conclusion that he’s run out of things to cram a USB flash drive into. But that day hasn’t come yet, so today I bring you a flash drive that’s been integrated into a wooden clothespin. This particular design does have some merit though. For one, I like the natural look of the wood clothespin in contrast to the shiny metal of the USB connection. The other more obvious benefit is that it can be easily attached to anything like a shirt pocket, making it harder to lose when it’s not in use. Oh and ‘Spinacz’, that’s actually Polish for ‘clip’, which expands my Polish vocabulary from 6 to 7 words. In another 1,200 years I should be fluent!

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  • MadMad

    Actually, it’s “Klamerka” for clothespin, or “Klamerka do bielizny”. “Spinacz” means in Poland “Paper clip”.

  • mcman

    The drive should be on the other end so that you can keep it plugged in and freely change the little card that tells you what’s on it.

  • xXx

    Damn dude, I thought u are Polish. After all you have Polish lastname πŸ™‚