By David Ponce
It’s the simple gadgets that we’re big fans of. The things that will make your life that much easier without requiring massive computational power. Not to say we don’t like us a big honking monitor, or fiery six-core chips, but design and innovation go a long way. Like this very simple household item. It’s called the Outline and
“allows you to keep clothing taut and seams aligned while ironing your favorite threads. Outline consists of a flexible steel loop with a movable handle: sliding the handle forward will condense the loop for easy insertion into a sleeve, while retracting it will cause the loop to expand, conforming perfectly to the outline of the fabric. The handle can also be separated if the full width of the loop is needed, so there’s no garment too large for this mighty little helper to tackle.
Very often these gadgets will be cheap. Quirky is making this one and expects to price it at $8. Not even a Hamilton (That’s the president on a $10 bill. Had to look that up.) Outline is in production, though we don’t know when it’ll be available for purchase.
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