Wendy Williams Summer Essentials January 16 2017
It is a problem 007 may one day face, where to store his valuables and gadgets while at the beach. Well now one company claims to have the answer, designing a sandal with a secret compartment that it claims is worthy of James Bond's tech-savvy assistant Q. SlotFlops have been cleverly designed to conceal up to six credits cards, a room key or cash in each foot.
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With the beach comes the eternal questions where do I put this and that other thing? ...The smaller things are, the harder they are to carry. House key, cash and credit card for snowcones and bottled water from the snack counter? I almost fell over when I heard of the genius behind SlotFlops.
Figuring out where to stash your cash and credit cards for a visit to the beach can be a puzzler.A bag is a clear option – but on the downside, thieves are attracted to backpacks and handbags.
Ditch cumbersome wallets, bags and backpacks this summer on trips to the beach or the pool and take one step closer to ultimate, hands free fun and relaxation.
ArchPort®’s new innovative product, Slotflops, are definitely one of the most creative and multi-functional travel products we’ve seen. They’re basically flip-flops with a slot (and protective card sleeve) that allows you to stash cash, credit cards or keys. To test them out, we brought them with us on our month-long journey in the Balkans where we spent most of our time wandering through the sun-kissed towns, and swimming in the Adriatic Sea.- Wild Junket: Travel Light, Travel Far
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"Your clients will love not having to bother with a cumbersome wallet or purse when they are enjoying time by the water this summer."