Fall’s Back with Backpacks

Fall is here and for many of us, that means backpacks. Not just for school, work or travel, backpacks are the comfortable way to be hands-free when you’re out and about. And in the age of Covid-19, that’s more important than ever. Thankfully, crisp autumn days may mean that the virus may not stay on surfaces as long, thanks to windy, cooler, wetter days. The virus can remain in the air for 3 hours and on stainless steel up to 3 days.

A Clipa bag hanger on your backpack loop or one of its straps makes it even easier to prevent contact with germs, viruses, dirt and bacteria on campus or at the office. It hangs most anywhere in seconds, including tables, auditorium desks and counters. Amp up your protection with hand sanitizers containing at least 60% alcohol: according to the CDC, using them and washing hands often can help you stay healthy. And when you’re washing up, the Clipa can hang up to 33 lbs., in just a half an inch of space from sinks, stall walls even rails.

Just how important is it to keep your hands clean? A recent Prevention.com study found some surfaces had more germs than others, including: gas pumps (71%), mailbox handles (68%), escalator rails (43%), and ATM buttons (41%). With a change of seasons (and possibly your bag to a backpack), staying healthy is priority #1. Get your questions answered by visiting our Frequently Asked Questions page; simply click on the image.

Have Backpack, Will Travel With Clipa

Backpacks of all sizes are trending now–from runways to retail–and its easy to see why: they’re fun, comfortable and great for travel. Just as with other bags, backpacks can be easily hung off the ground (protecting them from germs while keeping them in sight) with a Clipa. This simple 1.6 oz. ring stores on sturdy, thick backpack loops for instantaneous use in airport cafes, bathroom stalls missing a hook, meeting room conference tables, and dozens of other places. Simply open either end and suspend packs up to 33 lbs from virtually any vertical or horizontal edge, ledge, opening, or rail. The exclusive design features an automatic closure system: when you’re ready to go, the Clipa slides back onto your knapsack’s loop with an audible “click” as the two ends come back together. With six finishes guaranteed not to tarnish and affordable $15.99 MSRP, it’s the go-anywhere travel accessory that truly does go anywhere. Simply click on the image or visit www.clipa.us to see our lookbook now.

 

7 Airport Uses For Clipa Purse Hanger

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‘Summer travel plans? Here are 7 ways Clipa makes travel more convenient while reducing contact with germs:

1. Use purse hanger in the airplane lavatory – hangs cosmetic travel bags with loops and purses from vertical and horizontal rails (works on the facial tissue dispenser too)

2. Hangs light items from the seatback pocket or tray table, making them easier to get to while in flight

3. In the terminal, works in the airport restrooms, bar tables and lounge areas, restaurants and WI FI stations

4. Works on the baggage travel cart: hangs purses, backpacks and business bags from the handlebar

5. Hangs handbags from the car rental counter while filling out paperwork

6. Open and hang backpacks on divider wall in workstation areas and travel kiosks

7. Use on rental car passenger seat headrest to keep the bag from spilling onto the floor when you hit the brakes

For more uses, watch our 2 minute video at www.clipa.us or click on the image above

Back to School? Clipa’s Got Your Back

Backpacks and book bags love Clipa too. Why? Because a Clipa works where traditional purse hooks can’t, like these vertical and horizontal rails. With Clipa, your backpack can be in your line of sight–instead of on the ground–and away from thieves, germs, water and dirt. Works in seconds because Clipa goes on–not in–the bag. Useful for desks, lecture halls, auditoriums, student union common areas, dining hall tables, sporting events, movie theaters and so much more, a Clipa purse hanger is a back-to-school must. Click on the photo to see the entire collection now at www.clipa.us