USB & lighter combination

A worldwide novelty on the USB market – the memlite USB lighter – was presented at the end of May 2007. memlite is the eye-catcher in the office and at home. The USB lighter has everyone’s attention and everybody wants to know what this idea is all about. memlite is a great opportunity for your customers to place their logo where they will get highest attention. Now you have the chance to list the memlite USB lighter to your product range and become our distribution partner. Give your customers the opportunity for something extraordinary.

Memlite – USB LighterDuring a yearlong development period the distinctive design was created. The product is available in different types and is CE, ROHS as well as ISO9994 certified. Colour and other specifications can be customised. Fancy and individual customer requirements can be realised as well. memlite is offered for sale now, visit our website Colours: red, blue, orange, green, grey, blackStorage capacity: 128MB – 4GB (USB 2.0 only)Silk printing/laser engraving, gift packaging, etc..Be part of it, and contact our PR department. We would be pleased to send you more information...
Patent Status: Patented
Invention Status: product available

Keywords: UBS, lighter
Sep 14, 2007
by Anonymous (not verified)

Does the USB part fit inside

Does the USB part fit inside the lighter somehow or are they seperate as shown in the pictures?

Dec 8, 2007
by Fazlul Haque Surja (not verified)

USB Memlite Development

Hello Sir,

Is it possible to fix a key chain on this memlite, please advise

Nov 18, 2009
by devvon

cool lighter

i would buy one but is it child resistant?? plz write me and let me know

Jul 10, 2010
by Anonymous


Can the lighter be refilled with lighter fluid (I certainly hope so). Agreed on needing a keychain. And how safe is it to pull out the USB, have the flame heat up the metal, and then stick the drive right back into the lighter? I don't know, I just don't like the idea of having combustible materials that close to my computer stuff. It certainly is a neat idea, though.