Inventor Tam Lang, an engineer, has designed a simple way to keep your sleeves in place when pulling on longer sleeve suit jackets and tops. The “Ribbon Sleeve Keeper” is a simple design that acts like an extra finger or hand to hold the sleeve snugly in place while you pull on the outer layer.
In a matter of seconds you can clip the Ribbon to the shirt you are wearing and put the loop over your finger and, voila, pull any suit jacket or sweatshirt over in a matter of seconds without struggling to keep the sleeves of your first shirt from bunching or riding up underneath. The product is made from high-quality leather in the USA. The simple single, double or magnetic clips attach easily and quickly to your cuff providing that extra leverage to keep your sleeve from being “pushed” up into your jacket. The clips have no harsh edges and will not damage your clothing.
Tam has taken to Kickstarter crowd sourced funding to build awareness and to gather much-needed funding to get this idea off the ground. There are perks for different levels of donation and every bit helps. There’s also a ‘how it works’ video online. Donations of any amount are welcome and even if you can’t donate just spread the word. Make dressing for the occasion less frustrating! This product may also be useful for those with limited dexterity in their fingers/hands (such as arthritis) since ribbon comes with clips or magnetic attachments which are easy to put on and off. The Ribbon Sleeve Keeper acts, as the campaign site says, as “the extra hand you wish you had getting dressed.” Every dollar helps and there are great Ribbon Sleeve Keeper rewards at low price-points – including a magnetic ‘thank you’ ribbon with your name on it. Check out the video to see how it works and get all the reward details on Ribbon Sleeve Keeper’s Kickstarter campaign site. Take advantage today and get your own special Ribbon Sleeve Keeper first. Can’t donate? Just help spread the word to your friends and family by sharing the links.
Company Name: Ribbon Sleeve Keeper
Contact Person: Tam Lang
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Country: United States