Monday, July 11, 2011

REVIEW: Gripole: The Fantastic Elastic Sidekick

Gripole: The Fantastic Elastic Sidekick!
Where to Find: Gripole.com

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I recently received a set of Gripole magnetic elastics for review.  Dubbed as "The Fantastic Elastic Sidekick," Gripoles are comprised of two high powered neodymium magnetic beads joined by an extremely strong elastic cord.  And best of all, they're Made in the USA!  

Paul Montone, creator of Gripole, is driven by passion and love for inventing products that can make a difference in people's lives.  So just how can Gripole make a difference in your life?  The possibilities are as diverse as all of you!  Simply create a "Gripole Moment" from any metal surface or thread it through any open loop and join the magnetic ends to create a strong elastic hanger. Perhaps your moment is hanging your purse from the restaurant table... or tying your hair back... or hanging your towel from the machine at the gym... or wrangling up objects on your fridge... or hiding your bra strap... or hanging a baggy of puppy treats from your belt loop... or corralling that ball of yarn in your knitting bag.  Wear a Gripole on your wrist or belt loop and you'll always have one handy!

Check out the video below for loads of ideas on how to use Gripoles...

 

Genuine patent-pending Gripoles are lovingly hand made in the USA from the highest quality materials.  Right now the only place to purchase a set is online at Gripole.com - grab one for yourself and one for a gift.


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2 comments:

SissySees said...

Interesting... I haven't seen them anywhere before.

Sue said...

Hmm, I'll have to think how I would use those. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.