Retro-storage with the floppy disk post it note
Ah, the 3.5-inch floppy disk. The corner stone of home and business data storage in the 80s and 90s, before the advent of the evil USB flash drives and memory cards - boo.
So as a reminder of days of old Suck UK has developed its own take on the 3.5-incher by producing its likeness in the form of a post it note; meaning you can now leave all those reminders and suggestions for people in the home and office, but look rather cool whilst doing it.
They don't look massively practical, as unlike a traditional sticky note there looks to be a slightly smaller space in which to write unless you want to ruin the retro-aesthetic, but they are pretty funky all the same.
A pack of three will set you back £7.50.
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