Gripole

This is one of the fun uses for Gripole that my son, Jakobi, has come up with. You can see tons of more everyday uses on You Tube. The video is worth the 2 minutes of your time. Once I watched it, I was like WOW! I never thought of using Gripole like that, and now, I use Gripole everywhere. Gripole is the string looking thing in the above picture. It is a piece of plastic cord with two powerful magnets on the end. When I say powerful, I mean POWERFUL. I can put one on one side of my nose and the other on the other side and it hold like I have some kind of new-age bull ring on my nose. Can you tell I have toddlers?

I also use Gripole to wrap around opened bread. You just twist the plastic cord around the opening and seal it with the magnets. Then I pop it on the side of the fridge, and it holds! You can use it to hold anything and clip it to metal. Gripole is even strong enough to hold a towel to an exercise machine.

For such a small item, it sure packs a multi-useful punch! I do not know how I ever lived with out Gripole. It has become one of the main sources of entertainment when I leave my home for my younger ones. They are fascinated with the power of the magnets.  They are easy to bring with me, and I often wear one as a ring or a bracelet just so I can have it on hand. I even had a compliment on my unique ring!

Thank goodness gripole comes in multi-packs of 6 for $19.99 so their are enough to share with the family. When my husband came back from on the road, he found the Gripole and snagged one for his use.  He said it would be great to loop his hats on and hold them off the ground in his truck. I guess the tight quarters of an over-the-road truck do not have a designated hat compartment, and his hats were getting dirty and smashed.

I honestly have to say Gripole is one of the coolest, most unique and useful tools in my mommy repertoire!

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