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
QualityCompare: There's a reason why sandisk formats their thumbdrives to fat 32, It's because it's ment to be also used with mac, You can only read .ntfs files on mac by default not write, And this would be a concern to "less tech savvy" people, but yes, the filesize of only 4GB is unexcaptable by this day and age.
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?