The manufacturer calls it the Quik Fix Zipper but they obviously don't pay a copywriter to create dumb puns. So...it's the Zip-a-dee-doo-dad, a set of (3) replacement zipper tabs/sliders in graduated sizes (#3, #5, and #7) that come apart so you can slip then onto a zipper and tighten them with a little thumbscrew. Handy for busted jackets and sleeping bags. Even handier for pants. Removeable and re-usable.
So why can't you ever find one? Put a stop to that with this clear plastic storage box with (100) steel safety pins: (50) at 1-1/8"; (25) at 1-1/4"; and (25) at 1-1/2". Your grandmother would be proud of you.
Before there were kinky boots, there were these, well, kinkyish boots. We'll pick (2) different poly-resin cast models from Raine® Just the Right Shoe™ collection of historical women's boots, including the high-button boot of 1910; the Victorian ankle boot of 1862 and the side-zip Queen of Hearts boot from all the way back in 1989. All are between 2-1/4" and 4" tall and would make a lovely addition to anyone's mantel or curio cabinet.
Don't look back in anger, give everybody a mirror and let them look for themselves. You get a pack of (10) 2 1/2" x 1-7/8" hand mirrors in really thin little white plastic snap-shut cases. Front says "Check your Smile--Colgate" but at these prices, so what?
You say you're having trouble twisting off those twist-off bottle caps? You'll shout "Eureka!," or at least "Beer!," when you stick your neck into this spring-loaded bottle-cap remover. Measures an easy-to-grip 3-3/8" tall x approx 2" ID mouth and one good turn opens your beverage. We'll pick red, black or blue.
These official Circus Circus® Hotel/Casino painters' hats are in neon pink and white with the logo on the front and the Circus Circus seal on top, complete with the clown above the elephant and lion rampant. Guaranteed to look stunning with any outfit, casual or formal. (The more formal the outfit, the more stunned they'll be!) Adjustable headband to fit all noggins.
Plastic bookmarks, each about 2" sq. The center and outer rim are separated: slide it over a page so the center is on one side and the rim is on the other to hold your place. The centers have a variety of (mostly) sports logos, but some have illuminated letters from medieval manuscripts. Snap them off a strip of (6) identical (the illuminated letters are all eg: "B" but the illumination is different for each one). We'll give you (6) strips, at least (3) different.
It's just a clear-acrylic letter opener, but it has (5) functions. There is a 5/8" dia 4X magnifying lens, and a 2-1/2" x 1/2" magnifying bar that is 1.5X. Add in the ruler that measures up to 3" and up to 7cm. Plus the 7-3/4" long paper knife. All in one tool. All at your fingertips every time you open the mail. All for a pittance.
These pull chains (think ceiling fans or light fixtures) are 6-1/2" long with a 1" dia military seal halfway down and a resin figure approx 2" long to pull at the bottom. You pick the U.S. Army mule; the U.S. Navy goat; or the U.S. Air Force eagle. No lights? They make nice hanging ornaments anywhere.
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