Memory on Hand is the USB flash drive that goes everywhere you go. The founder, Andrew Kitzenberg was attending Babson College and kept losing his flash drives that contained important term papers and projects and he realized other students were having the same problem and invented Memory on Hand. The MoH Band™ is available in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB sizes and designs range from camo to glow in the dark to one made for medical professionals.
I was recently given the opportunity to review a Memory on Hand Band and it is an awesome idea. My 13 year old is in middle school and around this age they start getting assigned a lot of projects that require electronic media; papers, PowerPoint presentations and she was always borrowing a flash drive from my husband and would either lose it before she made it to class or before she made it back home. The silicone material is one size fits all and is very comfortable. The silicone clasp fits over the end of the USB connector and provides an easy, safe and snug connection, with Memory on Hand she just fastens it to her wrist and it is with her whenever she needs it.
Memory on Hand can fulfill special orders with text or a logo in a variety of colors which would be great for your website, school, business or any other event. The MoH Band™ was recently featured on the Today Show as a great back to school item, see the video below and don’t forget to check them out on facebook and twitter.
Memory on Hand has also provided me with a 4GB Rainforest Memory on Hand Band to giveaway to one of my lucky readers.
Just enter using the PromoSimple widget below and a winner will be chosen on 1/14. Good luck!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.