8 adorable thumb drives to keep you from losing your sh*t

Thumb drives serve a multitude of purposes, so it’s no wonder they’re so handy. Whether it be for work or school, thumb drives are always a solid go-to.

But organizing and keeping track of them can be a task in itself. Generic thumb drives can be easily mixed up or lost. That’s why you ought to treat yourself to a cute and unique thumb drive that’s near impossible to lose track of.

Listed below are eight of the cutest thumb drives you can find on the internet.

1) They see me rollin’, they hatin’.

sushi thumb drive Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $9.99

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2) This necklace doubles as a USB, making it the perfect accessory for your covert op.

usb necklace Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $11.69

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3) This eye-catching pineapple thumb drive is nearly impossible to lose sight of. 

pineapple thumb drive Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $10.29

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4) Finally, a place to store all your key files. 

key shaped thumb drive Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $10.99

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5) Quickly save data with the help of your favorite extraterrestrial genetic experiment. 

stitch thumb drive Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $18.99 (regularly $39.99)

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6) Magically load all your files into one (cute) convenient place. 

unicorn thumb drive Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $15.99 (regularly $29.99)

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7) The classiest thumb drive of them all. 

usb bottle cork Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $8.99 (regularly $10.99)

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8) Help save the planet, one eco-friendly thumb drive at a time. 

eco friendly thumb drive Photo via Amazon

Price on Amazon: $12.95

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Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale specializes in NSFW culture, audio gear, and photography. A former editorial and photo director for Spoon University at SUNY New Paltz, her work has been featured in the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, Post-Trash, the New Paltz Oracle, and the Legislative Gazette.