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USB sticks are a handy way of storing and carrying your images, documents and other files. USB memory sticks can quickly and easily connect to any system with a USB port and transfer files. By using flash memory, USB pendrives offer maximum durability.

Modern USB sticks also offer a huge range of storage options. At CCL we stock USB memory sticks that have capacities from 4GB all the way through to an enormous 512GB!  

Our range of USB sticks includes incredibly small, low-profile designs, as well as more robust designs that will withstand plenty of abuse. You’ll also find USB sticks with modern interface types such as USB C and even lightning connectors.

Shop USB memory sticks at CCL now.

Featured USB Memory Sticks

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Verbatim Keypad Secure 32GB USB 3.0 Type-C Drive

  • 32GB Memory
  • USB 3.0 Type-C

£29.52 inc VAT


Kingston DataTraveler 100 G3 64GB USB 3.0 Drive

  • 64GB Memory
  • USB 3.0

An affordable transition to USB 3.0

was £18.79, save £1.5

£17.30 inc VAT


SanDisk Ultra Flair 16GB USB 3.0 Drive (Silver)

  • 16GB Memory
  • USB 3.0

Speed Meets Style

£5.54 inc VAT


Kingston IronKey S1000 Basic 16GB USB 3.0 Drive

  • 16GB Memory
  • USB 3.0

was £280.34, save £22.8

£257.55 inc VAT


Kingston IronKey D300S 4GB USB 3.0 Drive (Black)

  • 4GB Memory
  • USB 3.0

£65.44 inc VAT


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