11-16-2016 07:51 AM
Coated wire, 24 gauge, made in the US by Darice, available in Canada, used in crafting is small enought to go throught the loop, wind and bind the ends and attach a standard lanyard. Necessity is the mother of invention!
03-29-2017 05:45 AM
Oh Ed, if only we were all know it alls like you.
I have two of those SanDisk drives and also have not even attempted to get a lanyard through that hole. The last picture I see in this thread is not the same drive. The hole pictured is considerably larger.
I thought about it for a minute and think if I was going to do it I would try using a lanyard like the one pictured and thread it through the hole like you would thread a needle ... with one of those helpers. Let me know if it works.
10-09-2017 07:45 AM
I've had the same problem... my solution: push the cord into the "too small" opening; then fish it out the other side with a pin - straight pin, needle, safety pin - whatever pin you have handy.
05-14-2019 06:24 AM
I use a single strand of copper wire from a old cable .
1. You simply feed the strand through the hole in the usb fit.
2. Feed the lanyard loop onto the wire
3. Feed the wire strand back through the hole & pull the lanyard loop into the usb hole.