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By combining a rubber band and a hook, Quirky has moved the world of personal organization ahead by leaps and bounds. This hybrid is a highly adaptable tool that is able to fasten phone, keys, and wallet into one vital unit or keep everything from excess cords to accumulated hotel pens tidy and in sight. Whatever kind of clutter you have, Bandits keeps it together.
2 months later I have touched them since and can't really find any use for them. Just sitting there in the box still.1
No one is actually going to use these. It takes more time to put the band around what you want it to hold than just keeping everything in a drawer.1
Since this was part of the box I'd paid to receive, I felt bad simply throwing this away but eventually I got sick of having a handful of dumb little bungee cords laying around my house and I tossed them. I get what they're supposed to be used for, but they're ridiculously useless.1
I hate these, i don't know what to do with them, its a hair tie and a piece of plastic. not strong enough to hold anything that would actually matter. i would not actually purchase this product1
This kind of product is just not something that I'm into. Not sure why there was so much of this stuff in this month's box.1
They're teeny little elastic bands with hooks. Okay. I had almost no idea what to do with these, so I just shot them at people. They didn't even do that well.1
It's like a hair tie with a clip on it. Very unnecessary and I don't even know when I would ever use it.1
Just a bunch of hooks. had no use for them, so my daughter took them to make pony tails with her dolls1
I have no idea what I would ever use this for. They are a waste of space.1
This is goofy. It serves no purpose. The picture on the front suggests that it's good for holding your credit cards and such with your phone, but the hook is bulky and won't fit well in your pocket. I just don't see the point in this.1