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Our Top 3 Summer Promotional Items

Posted by USB2U on 20th April 2017 | Permalink

With summer right around the corner we thought we’d put together our top three summer promotional items that your customers will love!

Stay Cool With the Rainbow USB Fan

Temperatures are starting to rise and we’ve got you covered! Keep your customer’s cool this summer with the Rainbow USB fan. Our exclusive desk fans are powerful as well as silent, and have loads of great features. Each fan comes with a two-speed setting, tilting action, metal blades, and they’re made from a sturdy high quality metal.
There’s also an integrated USB port, so you can easily plug in a USB stick or power bank without losing any ports from your PC or Mac.

Available in either black or white, each fan also has rubber feet to keep them secure on your desk, and our Rainbow Range is completely exclusive to USB2U!

Keep Active This Sumer With Our Activity Tracker

activity tracker makes a great gift for your customers as it tracks steps, distance travelled and stairs climbed. It even calculates the number of calories burned in a day!
The stylish piece of kit comes with a free phone app to view your activity, and packs in some other useful features like sleep tracking and an alarm clock.

Create A Summer Soundtrack

Customers will love these tiny speakers. They may look small, but they’re big on performance! At only 4cm and weighing in at 47.5g, they’re the perfect size to fit in any pocket and a full charge will pay your favourite summer music for a whole four hours.
Compatible with all Bluetooth enabled devices up to an impressive 10 meter range, the mini speaker also has a remote camera control making it great for capturing selfies too!

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Identity crisis – Is it a Promotional Pen or is it a Promotional USB Flash Drive

Posted by USB2U on 28th September 2011 | Permalink

The cheap and cheerful promotional pen has long been one of the most popular products for companies looking to source giveaways for trade shows, trade fairs and seminars. Will the new hybrid USB pen challenge its dominance?

Promotional pens are popular because they’re cheap. Prices for printed pens start at below 20p per pen for the more basic versions (assuming your buys around 10-20,000) but you can go spend up to several £’s per pen if you choose some branded and more “up-market” versions.

Promotional USB Pens

Promotional USB Pens

Arguably everyone needs a pen albeit the growing use of products like Smart Phones, iPads, super lightweight PC’s and chip and pin cards is gradually reducing our reliance on the pen but realistically pens are going to be here for the foreseeable future. But, will people given a cheap promotional pen keep it and use it or will it just end up in the nearest bin?

If the objective of any promotional item you buy is not only to attract people to your stand or booth at a trade show but also to give them a product that they will value, they will use and will encourage them to do business with you then a cheap printed biro is unlikely to do it for you.

If you really want to give our Pens then better to consider a USB Pen. This is a standard pen (biro, rollerball or fountain pen) with a USB flash stick built into the body of the pen. The barrel of the body discretely hides the USB connector and the USB flash memory giving the user not only the ability to write with the pen but also to store thousands of documents on the built in flash memory.

Promotional USB Pen

Promotional USB Pen

Although the USB pens will cost more, pre-loading your sales brochures and sale material onto the flash drive rather than paying to get them printed can offset much of the increased cost and by giving your customers (and prospective customers) something with a high perceived value they are far more likely to keep it and use it.

The USB pens are available in a range of styles, colours and memory sizes, they look fabulous and they can be supplied in complimentary presentation tins or gift boxes.

So, next time you want promotional pens for an event you might want to consider USB writing pens rather than standard pens.

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