Sandisk Cruzer Micro skin and lanyard kit 0.99p delivered @ 7dayshop.com
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Sandisk Cruzer Micro skin and lanyard kit 0.99p delivered @ 7dayshop.com

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Found 28th Oct 2009
Thought I'd post this after reading the Cruzer Micro offer threads where some people mentioned they have lost their tops.

The kit includes a red and blue complete skin / cap and a good quality lanyard.
I think they are genuine Sandisk as the lanyard has the logo and the skins / caps are exactly the same quality as the original.

The 7dayshop photo suggests no caps but I can vouch that the kit includes 2 skins 2 tops and a lanyard.

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This is bizarre as I lost my original cap, and I've been trying to find a cheap replacement! Thanks!

Much as I'd love a replacement cap for mine, I wouldn't want to pay £1 for it when a whole new flash drive is only a fiver.

I've learnt my lesson since and have tethered my USB mobile broadband dongle's cap to the dongle itself with approx 4 inches of cotton thread and two tiny dots of superglue. Do it properly and you can wind the thread around the USB connector and then pop the cap on so it's neat when packed away. I'm very proud of this, as it's a solution for a hardware problem whereas I'm usually software only.

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terriclarkfan;6714991

Much as I'd love a replacement cap for mine, I wouldn't want to pay £1 … Much as I'd love a replacement cap for mine, I wouldn't want to pay £1 for it when a whole new flash drive is only a fiver.I've learnt my lesson since and have tethered my USB mobile broadband dongle's cap to the dongle itself with approx 4 inches of cotton thread and two tiny dots of superglue. Do it properly and you can wind the thread around the USB connector and then pop the cap on so it's neat when packed away. I'm very proud of this, as it's a solution for a hardware problem whereas I'm usually software only.



lol perhaps we could start a thread on how to keep your cap on ,excuse the pun :roll:

terriclarkfan;6714991

Much as I'd love a replacement cap for mine, I wouldn't want to pay £1 … Much as I'd love a replacement cap for mine, I wouldn't want to pay £1 for it when a whole new flash drive is only a fiver.I've learnt my lesson since and have tethered my USB mobile broadband dongle's cap to the dongle itself with approx 4 inches of cotton thread and two tiny dots of superglue. Do it properly and you can wind the thread around the USB connector and then pop the cap on so it's neat when packed away. I'm very proud of this, as it's a solution for a hardware problem whereas I'm usually software only.


Try elastic?
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