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Gadgets: Take over 20% off this cool (yes, cool) flash drive

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Gadgets: The iKlips flash drive can transfer and encrypt your files.
The iKlips flash drive can transfer and encrypt your files.

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TL;DR: Keep your files organized with a iKlips C Apple Lightning/USB-C flash drive for $139.99, a 21% savings as of Sept. 10. 


Transferring files and media from one device to another can be a pain. And while you can always opt for cloud storage, those $5 monthly subscriptions add up.

If you’d like to hold your files in your hands, consider the iKlips C Apple Lightning/USB-C Flash Drive. A Kickstarter hit and a 2019 German Design Award recipient, this palm-sized file manager helps keep all your valuable files safe, secure, and easy to share. 

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It doesn’t matter whether you’re on team Apple or team Android — the device lets you share files easily and in multiple formats between iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, and PC. It doesn’t connect to the Internet, so your data doesn’t pass third-party servers, and it performs automatic data and photo backups while your device is charging. It even encrypts your files with a password or Touch or Face ID for enhanced protection. 

Grab the iKlips C (128 GB of storage) on sale for over 20% off, only $139.99.

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