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Sprigs Banjees Wrist Wallet: Taking ideas out of my brain

By Robin Dearing

Last week, Richie handed me a box saying we got a product to review that Margaret, my 13-year-old daughter, might like. I opened the box, took one look at the Sprigs' Banjees Wrist Wallet and said, "I already thought of this!" While I may have "thought" of it, it was the fine folks at Sprigs who created this super-cool product. Needless to say, Margaret may have wanted to try out the wallet, but this Banjees was mine!

There have been so many times when I'm riding on the back of my husband's motorcycle, skiing, watching live music, hiking, etc. when I wished I had some place to put my I.D., cash, car key and phone. Carrying a purse isn't always functional, but I still need my important things. The smart Sprigs people came up with a great solution with their functional and cute wrist wallet. 

Check it out:

That pink stripe is the opening to the fold-over phone pocket. On the back is a zipper pocket that can hold my I.D., money, etc. When I walk my dog, I can put my iPhone with the headphones connected into the zipper pocket instead of putting it into my sports bra (yeah, I used to do that). Here's a quick video that shows how easy it is to use.

Look at how many designs they come in. It's easy to use, cute and comfortable. I love this Banjees wallet. And it costs less than 20 bucks at $16.50. 

Looking through Sprigs' marketing material and web site, I want to own so many of their products. They have a Touch Mesh Banjees that allows you to use your touch smartphone while you are still wearing it. I want that. They have super cute gloves. I want a pair of their texting gloves. And for the winter, I most definitely want a Hot Collar.

I love smart products made by smart people, especially when they are not just functional, but cute and wearable at the same time. Thank you Sprigs!


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This could be one of the next successful fashion trends, if only more people would learn about it! I could wear it with some of the clothes I’ve found on http://www.trendrepublic.com/bogosse.aspx, it’s sporty enough for me to love it.

I wouldn’t have thought about creating something like that, but I can see its uses. It’s also looking pretty cool, it reminds me of the awesome Dr Martens at Angry Young and Poor items that I like so much!

This is one of the coolest and most useful accessories. It can be used in very many situations and it also looks good. When it comes to accessories, I can also recommend websites like http://www.detailking.com/ with some great automobile related products or bikesrus.com with, just as you suspect, bike related products!

Yeah.. I know the feeling of being caught off-guard with a product you have to advertize.. A couple of weeks ago, my boss from the internet advertizing company I work for just passed by my office and said I have until the next day to come with a slogan for a company that handles study skills tutoring... It wasn’t easy, but… If the boss said I have to, then It’s a pleasure to do it…

How long did it take you to come up with product review? I remember when my bass told me to come up with both a review and a slogan for a new anti-aging eye cream which was, by accident, when my wife used.. If it wouldn’t have been so, I definitely wouldn’t have made the 24 hours dead-line…

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Your daughter might also like the items on http://www.khwanpants.com/pants. Teenage kids are all about fashion these days and she would look trendy in them!

You could even wear it as a casual accessory, your daughter would definitely love it. There are some great personalized leather belts that could go with it, you should check them out and see what works for you!

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