Predicas: hi there what is the name of the thing you used on minute 2:00? can I get that on ebay......ta!
Kyle Agronick: you didnt attach a keychain. you attached a string. that you clipped into something else that attached to the keychain. no ones saying its improssible to attach a string. its impossible to attach a keychain of any size and its a really stupid design.
2cool0: where did you get that clock in the background?
Movie Gourmet: Enfain Hand Wrist Strap Lanyard for USB Flash Drive, 10 Pack (10 Colors)
danielboone72: No crap! I wouldn't think HE would have a solution. I hope Sandisk is watching this!
Richard Reich: These idiots have needlessly created a problem for (at least some of) their customers. I now have one flash drive manufacturer on my NEVER BUY AGAIN list -- Sandisk.
Ed Cubillan: Look for cell phone strap, lanyard, etc. There are various types that will fit on a USB flash drive.
Linda McDonald: I am very happy to find this video! I will be placing a lanyard on mine. Great idea! Thanks so much
A Light: Going to use it to mod a Hot Wheels car
Gary Quiring: Never took it apart. Why would you want to?
A Light: Any clue how tough it is it take the thing apart?
professorai: Guy, 5 minutes of video on this topic is way too long! I just picked up a 16g cruzer for $12 at Staples and was upset to learn that it didn't have a keyring, nor could one even fit on the metal bar. While a micro lanyard used for digital camera would work, plastic and thread is no secure way to attach 16g of private files to a set of keys. I used a metal twist tie to connect a 1/4" keyring to the metal post, and will eventually replace it with a soldered bit of metal.
Ahmed Betancourt: This looks like the only solution. Where can I find this string?