Jeffrey Phillip
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The 9th Day of Neatness… – 12 Days of Neat Products for Holiday Giving

Published December 9, 2013 Convenience,Fashion,Favorite Item,Gifts,Holiday,Problem Solver No Comments

ON THE NINTH DAY OF NEATNESS…

So you bought a fancy looking pair of sunglasses. Whether you shelled a pretty penny at a designer store or bargained down to an actual penny at a street fair, you may have ended up with an equally fancy carrying case that’s more bulky than its worth. Nowadays, sunglasses are bigger and more audacious than in decades past, so naturally their cases have been designed to match. I can probably guarantee you that if the sunglasses case is hard covered, it probably takes up more than its fair share of real estate in your bag or briefcase.

Fortunately, I’ve got a fun solution to take back your tote and free up some space while still keeping those gorgeous sun-shielders protected. Meet the Flipcase™, an incredibly simple, smart design from Alison Wong at Integral Design based in San Francisco, California. The Flipcase™ goes from sturdy protective case to flattened space saver in seconds. It slides smoothly back in your bag or even in your back pocket. Manufactured using the same quality materials that protect your tablets and other digital devices, this little space-saver is beyond reliable. Flipcase™ is designed to fit 99% of sunglasses on the market, and the microfiber interior makes sure the lenses stay scratch free. It’s simple, fashionable and brilliant…and the kind of stocking stuffer that will barely take up any space!


 

Strikey: Key & Accessory Holder

Published August 2, 2012 Convenience,Gifts,Problem Solver No Comments

Do you often find yourself looking for a place to drop your keys and sunglasses when you get home?  Do you struggle to find your keys before you leave your home?  Or do you just completely forget to grab them on the way out the door?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Strikey from 2ND Shift Design Studio in Cleveland, OH is the very handy solution that will put an end to any or all of these everyday problems.  A redesign to the standard strike plate found on most standard door frames, the Strikey is a simple solution and a fast install.  Simply remove your current strike plate and replace it with this newer, more functional version and you’ll be good to go. 😎

Strikey is made in America and available at www.objeti.com