Monday, March 7, 2011

Memory-on-Hand ~ a Product Review

Memory on Hand

Have you seen a Memory-on-Hand Band yet?   It's a bracelet, and it's 2 or 4 Gigs of Computer memory, ready to plug in to any USB port!  No more lost thumb drives, or scratched CDs.  These bands are perfect for carrying a powerpoint presentation, photos, video, or school work - like a term paper in progress.  For myself, it's an easy way to get an eBook to a printer if  I want to get it printed and bound.

Let me show you what they look like:

Memory on Hand

This is the one that I was sent to use and evaluate.  They come in 24 colors, from bright neon, to plain white.    You can also custom order bands for your school, club or organization with your choice of colors and logo.

The MoH Band is a fairly new product.  It was designed by Andrew Kitzenberg just about a year ago, while he was finishing up his senior year of college.   I think he's going to have college students all over the world thanking him for this great idea!

The 2GB MoH is only $14.95, and the 4GB is only $5.00 more, so they are affordable, too!   They become even more reasonably priced  if you buy now using this special code: TMSN20 .   That will get you 20% off your order.

The Memory-on-Hand company also has a Facebook Page, where they often run specials and giveaways for their fans.

Right now, the best way to get your MoH is by going to the website, There are some retail locations carrying them, too.

The custom option would be great for promotions or fundraising.  Available for orders of 50 or more, they would have your log and color choice.

For more information and prices of the custom pieces, email

I love these bands, they are absolutely brilliant.  If you plan to order some, don't forget the 20% off code, TMSN20, and the special offers you'll only find on the Facebook page!


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