Promotional USB flash drives are a popular gift item in both the private and public sectors. Choosing the right one for your business requires consideration of factors including memory size and style. You will also need to check the price of a few versions against your budget.
Before you start comparing options, you should decide how the promotional USB flash drives fit your business.
These items may have an undeniable appeal, but they may not be the best choice for you, especially if your business falls under the niche of an auto repair shop or hair salon.
In these cases, you can choose an item that will remind your business uses every time they see it – even if they don’t read your name on it – such as a pressure gauge or a unique hairbrush.
From the moment you chose that promotional USB flash drives are available now, it makes sense to browse several vendors’ websites or catalogs to find out about your options.
Keep in mind, your number 1 priority is memory size. Jump drives, gigabyte drives, memory sticks, or USB drives are commonly available in preset memory sizes, including 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB. The less memory a device has, the cheaper the price will be.
The style factor is also important. While the internal parts of each drive are more or less the same, promotional USB flash drives come in a wide variety of external components.
They can open up; have removable caps; or hanging from key rings, lanyards, or carabiners. They can also be made of plastic, metal, or wood. The discs also come in many different shapes, and some of them can be placed in a specially formed body that looks like anything from a heart to a robot to a company logo.
When looking at the styles, it is worth paying attention to how they are personalized. Custom molded promotional USB flash drives can be made into a logo, banner, or another style.
Other materials like Plastic bodies are usually printed, while wooden and metal bodies can be printed or etched. In any of these cases, you may have a limited number of colors and design complexity.
Experts always recommend getting price quotes from at least three vendors to ensure you get the best deal. Also consider facts such as the supplier’s credit terms, delivery timescales, return policies, and reputation.
Whenever you have time, ask for physical samples of your best selections, at least flash drive bodies, so you can see exactly what you are getting.