The new Verbatim ToughMAX USB 2.0 Drive has been made with KyronMAX compounds, a metal replacement thermoplastic material which is able to withstand punishing conditions.
KyronMAX compounds are manufactured by Piper Plastics which, like Verbatim, is a group company of Mitsubishi Chemical. This material has been adopted by many industries including aerospace, medical, industrial and automotive, and has a tensile strength to weight ratio that is higher than steel.
In creating the ToughMAX USB Drive enclosed in KryonMAX structural compounds, it can withstand:
- Crush forces up to 2,250kg
- Water immersion to 30m depth
- Extreme temperatures from -25°C to 150°C
The ToughMAX USB Drive has a recommended retail price of &EURO;24,99 for the 64GB version (PN 49332), &EURO;11,99 for 32GB (PN 49331) and &EURO;9,99 for 16GB (PN 49330).