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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.
... I only wish I had a use for them. I ordered these thinking they'd be so handy, but now they're just sitting there.4
Awesome. I've used this before and was delighted to see it in my monthly box. More Gadgets like this make Birchbox an awesome service. #TellingEVERYONE.5
I was a bit confused by these when they came in my box, but since then I have found many uses for them. I found that I quickly ran out and need more!4
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
I understand the concept of these bands but I don't really understand the purpose of using them. The large hook makes it uncomfortable to wrap it around my phone and keep it in my pocket.4
I am a gadget nuts nd constantly have cords, Chargers, batteries floating around in a bag. Finally, BirchBox delivered the ultimate box for me full of Quirky brand products. Finally, my bag is organized and no more digging through tangled cords and accessories.5
Useful. Colorful. Love all the different sizes. Way easier to use than trying to get a regular old hair band wrapped around something. Way sturdier than a rubber band.4
This concept us super useful. And I love the company it's got an amazing concept geared towards empowerment.
Gifting for my dad who is all about gizmos n gadgets.
These are so neat and I love the versatility in these and the fact that there are different sizes and shapes to choose from.5
I've been using these to keep various sets of playing cards together, and I have to say...they're harder to wrap around and secure than I'd prefer. They don't slip off, it's true, but the finger dexterity needed may surpass the abilities of some.3