A Lifesaver at the Pool: Clipa for Your Bag

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Pool decks can be wet and messy — not great for handbags and swim totes. Most purse hooks wouldn’t be up to the task of hanging a good sized purse, let alone a swim bag with a wet, heavy towel in it. And so many just won’t work on benches or rails. But of course, nothing else is a Clipa. Not only does it hold up to 45 lbs but patented Clipa will actually work on a variety benches, rails, stands, chaise lounge backs, tables, counters, shelves, pass through windows and many other spots. And because each one is made with meticulous care here in the USA, Clipa won’t tarnish, even in high humidity areas like swimming pools. This summer, bring cool to the pool with Clipa purse hangers.

Our Customers Say It Best

1101onshoulderWhen you really love something, you want everyone to know. Customer Cathy Harrington recently emailed us about discovering Clipa purse hangers: “I chose it over the cheaper brand right next to it. What drew me to it? Sleek, color choice, and it looked sturdy. What I don’t like about competitors is the flat disk that goes on the table. I had those and my handbag slipped off the table top and it didn’t support the weight of my handbag. So I bought the Clipa. Then the inevitable happened. My friends saw it, I passed it around and went back and bought 4 more. I will buy more as gifts, in fact, just bought more today.” Considering that your handbag will be you throughout your entire day, a well designed, reliable hanger for your most-loved accessory just makes sense. See the line–including our lowest-ever priced new models–at www.clipa.us

 

 

Casual Family Style Dining with Clipa

At Shabu restaurants, up to 7 diners sit at a table or a bar to enjoy tasty hot pot meals. Each diner, couple or family adds items to the pot of boiling water in front of them, creating delicious broths filled with vegetables, meats and seafood. Popular and crowded, there’s often little room for a handbag but even in packed spaces, a Clipa hanger can hold purses, umbrellas and scarves in just a half inch of space.

Imported Lead Tainted Jewelry: A Toxic Problem

California’s State Attorney General has filed suit against 16 jewelry stores and distributors, saying the levels of toxic lead and cadmium found in imported items was excessive. According to a story in today’s Los Angeles Times, investigators confiscated adult and juvenile jewelry from every business they visited; large retailers have stopped carrying products with high levels of toxic metals. Just one more reason purchasing accessories Made in America from certified sources is the way to go. To read the full article, click on the photo.

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