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Style is all about the details, so even though those plastic stays that come with your dress shirts may get the job done most of the time, why risk the dreaded collar curl? These revolutionary stays use magnets to firmly keep you looking sharp, no matter what the day may bring.
It is a good product, but other non plastic collar stays do the job just as well. And I am not a fan of switching out collar stays on every new shirt. So me buying 40 of these would be absurd.3
While this is a great concept and I can see the potential, I send my shirts to the cleaning so often that I will more likely than not forget about these and end of losing them...3
This is good to have, however, I don't really ever have to makes sure my collar is straight for work.3
I really like the idea of this but the strong magnet seemed to be heavy and weigh the collar down. I really like heavy starched high collared shirts and i felt like this almost contradicted itself.3
The metal collar stays are truly brilliant! But Ive alreadfy lost 3 magnaets that have fallen off during the day. You can order replacements directly from Wurkin Stiff...I just wish the magnets were a little bigger so as not to fall off! I have now resorted to wearing the stays with out the magnets for a few of my shirts!3
I don't need magnetic collar stays. Current plastic or thin metal technology works fine for me. These are too heavy with the addition of the magnets.3
I have a bunch of different collar stays and I think it is in very poor taste to have an unformed collar, with or without stays, unless you have a button down collar (which I don't personally like). That being said, these are a little over the top, and unnecessary to get that sharp collar look. I also found them a little heavy.3
I don't own that many dressy shirts, but I was able to use these to help re-form a few messed up collars. My only complaint about these is that the magnets are kind of weak. I moved around a lot and they came undone on me twice.3
I don't get it...are errant collars really such an issue that we need rare earth magnets to stop the crisis? They certainly work well, I just don't see the need for the overkill product.3
The design of the Power Stays is relatively basic, but contributes well to your overall look. However, after my second day of use one of the magnets broke in half.3